The Hunters Rest Inn was built in 1750 as a hunting lodge for the Earl of Warwick and overlooks the Cam Valley to the Mendip Hills and over the Chew Valley to the port of Bristol. It's five recently created and beautifully presented ensuite rooms offer the perfect base for families holidaying in the area, couples on a romantic break or discerning business people seeking a relaxing stay in a traditional English Inn. The Inn is fully equipped for disabled access and facilities onsite include ample car parking, a spacious beer garden and a conservatory a la carte restaurant. The Inn offers the perfect base for exploring the area being convenient for both Bath & Bristol and nestles in the beautiful Wansdyke countryside. A range of rooms are available including romantic four poster rooms (one with roof terrace) a family room, standard doubles and a superior double. All have magnificent views and two have balconies.
Located just South of Bristol and South West of Bath, the Hunters Rest Inn provides a comfortable and relaxing nights sleep within easy access to the the many things to do in Somerset. Take part in the one of the many adventurous activities including climbing, abseiling, canoeing, mountain biking, gorge walking and much more. There are also plenty of attractions to keep all ages entertained including Bristol Zoo Gardens, Blue Reef Aquarium, Berkeley Castle and the Cheddar Caves & Gorge. Why not visit the world heritage site of the historical Roman Baths in the beautiful city of Bath and book yourself into a spa treatment.
We have a range of rooms available including romantic four poster rooms (one with roof terrace) a family room, standard doubles and a superior double. All have magnificent views and two have balconies. Facilities in the rooms include televisions and direct dial telephones with data links.
We are famous for our famous miniature steam railway; 1/3 of a mile long carrying passengers through our landscaped gardens, running every weekend in the season (weather permitting). We also have a children's play area at the Inn and have Fun Family Nights every Wednesday in the Summer.
From Bath Leave Bath following the signs for Bristol (A4); at 'The Globe Pub' roundabout follow the signs for Wells (A39) keep following all Wells signs through the village of Farmborough 1 mile after the village you will see a disused pub sign on the right, turn right here and continue along lane - The Hunters Rest is 1 mile on the right. From Bristol Follow the signs for Wells (A37) continue through the village of Pensford until large roundabout, turn left towards Bath and after 100 metres turn right up country lane, follow lane to the T junction, turn left to the top of the hill - The Hunters Rest is 1 mile from the main road.