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Bindon Country House, Somerset
|Langford Budville, TA21 ORU, Wellington, Somerset, UNITED KINGDOM.|
Description: Bindon Country HouseSteeped in history, the core of Bindon House dates back to the 1600's. Various houses existed on the site, but the present manor was built around the time of the English Civil War. The estate has passed through a number of owners, until Mark and Lynn Jaffa purchased the house in 1996 and converted it into a country house hotel.
Amongst the seven acres of stunning formal and woodland gardens are a heated outdoor swimming pool, tennis court, croquet lawn, a rediscovered rose garden and a Victorian Orangery. The 180 acre Langford Heath Nature Reserve is five minutes walk away.
In the hotel's Wellesley Restaurant, gifted French chef, Patrick Robert, has created an integration of classical French cuisine with imaginative modern British cookery. The restaurant has already won a reputation for excellent food and wines.
Bindon is the perfect spot for a wedding reception or a business meeting. It is only a few minutes drive from the M5 and is close to Wellington and Taunton. Around and about, you can visit Wells and Exeter cathedrals, Exmoor and Dartmoor, Bath and Glastonbury.
Type of rooms: Bindon Country House10 Double/Twin rooms
1 Junior Suite
1 Master Suite
Additional information: Bindon Country House
Bindon is in the centre of some excellent sightseeing. Within a short drive you will find: Exeter, Wells, Glastonbury, Somerset Coast, Devon and Dorset Coast, Taunton - Somerset's county town, Wellington - The town from which the Iron Duke took his title, Wiveliscombe - an historic market town, Exmoor: The National Park covers 265 square miles, and offers coastal, pastoral moorland and heathland scenery. Dartmoor - England's last wilderness, Dartmoor is a National Park. Bath - Bath is the most complete and best preserved Georgian city in Britain.
Local Arts - The Brewhouse Arts Centre in Taunton, Tacci-Morris Arts Centre, Hurstone Studio, Public Arts.
Local attractions - There is a steam railway, a centre for the Willow, tours by old fashioned bus or horse drawn caravan.
Rural life - Riding, fishing, cycling and walking. Sport - a varity of sports - tennis, golf, swimming Houses and Gardens - a selection of houses and gardens to see.
This unique 17th Century house provides a superb venue where corporate entertainment and events are made easy. From dinners and conferences to training days and seminars, they are happy to advise you on how to get the best out of their facilities. Their private conference rooms, The Somerset and The Orangery seat up to 50 people theatre style and are equipped with OHP, screen, 35mm slide projector, television and video, flip chart and dry wipe board.
They offer a full range of catering options to suit your needs and your budget. For those with a busy schedule, why not consider a breakfast meeting, with a choice of light continental, hearty English or celebration Champagne breakfast.
Number of rooms: 12
Official category: 3 AAA Red stars.
Year of establishment and/or latest refurbishment: 1600's/1996.
Period of closure: Open all year.
Languages spoken: English, French.Smoking policy: Smoking is permitted in the bar only.
Credit cards accepted: All major credit cards.
GPS Coordinates: 51° 0' 33.03'' N -3° 16' 43.94'' W
Nearest airport: Exeter - 1 hr.
Rates: Bindon Country House
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|Orthes Junior Suite||179||incl.||incl.|
|Waterloo Ground Floor||179||incl.||incl.|
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|All rates quoted are priced per room per night and are inclusive of Full English Breakfast and complimentary newspaper.
Children (age 6-14 years) sharing a family room are charged at £15 per child per night.
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