Luxury B&B accommodation around Yeovil
Yeovil is South Somerset's main centre and is a modern, bustling town famously the home of Westland Helicopters and Yeovil Town Football Club - the Glovers, a reference to the past glove making industry that supported the town in the 1800s. Yeovil is an old Anglo-Saxon name derived from the Celtic word for "forked river". The River Yeo flows around the east of the town, and the centre has a wide choice of high street stores, cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs.
There is a good range of accommodation available including hotels, bed and breakfasts and guest houses. Leafy suburbs on the outskirts of the town are where to find good quality bed and breakfast accommodation in beautiful period town houses. Find out about the town's history at the Yeovil Heritage and Visitor Centre which is a major tourist information point for the South Somerset region. The Heritage Centre also displays many ancient artefacts unearthed in the local area, including Roman finds dating from the Roman occupation and various industrial related items.
The Octagon Theatre hosts a packed programme of productions including comedy, music and drama. The Bar and Cafe Bar are perfect for per-theatre drinks and dining. The Swan is a smaller affair and was built when the Yeovil Dramatic Society decided to build their own theatre from an old pub. The Society put on six performances a year and The Swan is also used by visiting performers.
Yeovil Country Park Penn Hill
Just along from the Octagon Theatre you can access Yeovil Country Park which is made up of Goldenstones, Valley Garden of Ninesprings, the old Yeovil to Taunton Railway Line, Summerhouse and Wyndham Hills. This accessible green space is just five minutes from the town centre. There is also a cycleway along the old Yeovil to Taunton Railway Line. The park features wooded hillsides, wetland habitats, waterfalls and grassland. It is surprising to find that so near the town is one of Somerset's largest colonies of water vole. There are often guided walks organised by the Ranger Service - you can find out more from the Yeovil Heritage & Visitor Information Centre.
Yeovil Golf Club
Yeovil Golf Club has two golf courses: the 18 hole Old Course and the 9 hole Newton Course. It also has a twenty bay floodlit driving range with automated power tees. The courses are on the western side of Yeovil town centre. Visitors are welcome and the club offers Golf Day Packages for Societies.
Accommodation in Yeovil
(5.5 miles from the centre of Yeovil)
Per person per night B&B (2 sharing)
Rating from 98 reviews
Beautiful country house B&B West of Dorchester, South of Sherborne & 12 miles north of Bridport. Stunning rural views & garden, sensational breakfasts & 3 luxury ensuite bedrooms.
(3.7 miles from the centre of Yeovil)
Per week (seasonal), sleeps 6
Beautiful period 15th century cottage set in a medieval village square in Montacute with free parking and Wi-Fi. Ideal for families of up to 6 with pets welcome..
(1.0 miles from the centre of Yeovil)
Per week (seasonal)
Grand 17th century Dower House in Yeovil with 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, outdoor pool & lots of period features. Large garden ideal for the children & pets to play. Wi-Fi.
(2.2 miles from the centre of Yeovil)
Per week (seasonal), sleeps 4
This first floor apartment is close to Sherborne and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
(3.4 miles from the centre of Yeovil)
Per week (seasonal), sleeps 2
Rating from 10 reviews
This self contained wing of the owners’ house is in the village of Thornford in Dorset and sleeps two people.
(0.2 miles from the centre of Yeovil)
Rating from 214 reviews
The Keep’s elegantly styled boutique rooms are set within a few metres of Yeovil town centre’s shops and bars. Rooms have free Wi-Fi, whilst the hotel provides freshly cooked br...
(0.1 miles from the centre of Yeovil)
Rating from 81 reviews
Situated in the heart of Yeovil, Mermaid Hotel was formerly a 15th-century coaching inn and features a spacious open-plan bar, split-level restaurant and free on-site parking.
(1.6 miles from the centre of Yeovil)
Rating from 31 reviews
Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.
(5.7 miles from the centre of Yeovil)
Per room, per night
Rating from 239 reviews
Budget Travelodge Hotel just 9 miles from Yeovil station with parking and WiFi. Restaurant, burger takeaway and petrol station adjacent. Bristol Airport 35 miles.
(2.3 miles from the centre of Yeovil)
Rating from 219 reviews
The Rose and Crown is a friendly and cosy 17th Pub in the charming village of Bradford Abbas, run by the sensational and charismatic landlady Mary Ashby. We have a good sele...