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Reviewed: 14 January 2014
Reviewed: 12 January 2014
'"A real experience"'
Reviewed: 28 November 2013
Full of cosy villages, fabulous pubs and beautiful beaches, is it any wonder Somerset is so popular? Train yourself in the art of a great break and hop on board today's deal...
We're offering you a 1-night Somerset break for 2 including a bottle of wine for £29, saving you up to 58% off The Old Station Inn's price of up to £69.
Built in the 1920s, and originally commissioned for the now closed Hallatrow Railway station, The Old Station Inn is a little country gem with heaps and bounds of individual character. You and your lucky companion need not be railway connoisseurs to appreciate the inn’s nostalgic 1920s architecture, just a savouring palate for everything yesteryear. You’ll enjoy an attractively decorated en-suite double or twin room complete with flatscreen TV, plus a bottle of wine to toast the night away. Whisk yourself back in time as the inn boasts a lovingly restored old Pullman carriage as, wait for it – its onsite restaurant! Super quaint and irresistibly quirky, The Old Station Inn really has sealed its reputation as one of the very best destinations the area has to offer.
The village of High Littleton and its hamlet of Hallatrow have historical roots stretching as far back as the late 7th or 8th century, so why not enjoy its rich past with a scenic stroll to the traditional parish church? Alternatively, as The Old Station Inn is nestled between Bath, Bristol and Wells - with transport links via the A37 and A39 - you’ll be able to explore exactly what rural England has to offer. Take a trip to the famous Roman Baths or conquer the Bath Abbey Tower’s 212 steps, adding an extra splash of culture to your already fabulous country break. With all this and more, we’re strongly of the opinion that Somerset is where it’s at, so choo-choo-se to head down there today...
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