Nestled in the Somerset countryside, the whitewashed Old Station Inn provides traditional accommodation within easy reach of both Bath and Bristol. Holidaymakers can take a 10-minute drive to enjoy the limestone landscape and Chew Valley lakes nestled within the Mendip Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offering plenty of outdoor activities such as walking, cycling and wildlife spotting.
Guests can unwind in bright en suite rooms which boast light wood furnishings, tea- and coffee-making facilities, hospitality trays and flat-screen TVs.
Using locally sourced meat and fish products, the on-site restaurant serves up an array of pub favourites with a contemporary twist.
Groupon’s Guide To Somerset
Bordered in the North by the Bristol Channel, Somerset is a rural county in South West England characterised by rolling hills and large flat expanses.
In the area, attractions such as the caves of the Mendip Hills and the henge monument at Stanton Drew stone circles gather visitors from far and wide. On the northern coast of the Bristol Channel, Bridgewater Bay is a National Nature Reserve consisting of large areas of mud flats, saltmarsh, sandflats and shingle ridges, some of which are vegetated and home to over 190 species of overwintering waders and wildfowl.