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Best Western Centurion Hotel - 3 star
Beautifully set on the edge of the Mendip Hills, between Bath and Wells, this 3-star, family-run hotel provides a relaxed and friendly environment, complemented by a highly professional service. The ideal base from which to explore many of the local attractions, within easy reach of the hotel is the unique World Heritage site of Bath, including the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, the Thermae Bath Spa and the magnificent Cathedral. Also nearby is the moated Bishops Palace at Wells, mystical Glastonbury, Cheddar Gorge, Historic Maritime Bristol and the many areas of natural beauty in the Quantock and Mendip Hills. For your relaxation, you can enjoy complimentary use of the extensive leisure facilities, including a fully air conditioned gym, sauna, steam room, spa pool and indoor swimming pool. In addition, the Gallery offers comprehensive treatments and therapies (booking and charges apply) and a 9-hole parkland golf course (green fees apply).
Parking (fee required), Restaurant, Room-service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Bar, 24 hour Front Desk, Sauna, Fitness Room, Golfcourse (within 3km), Newspapers, Garden, Terrace, Non Smoking Rooms, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Rooms/Facilities for Disabled, Breakfast in the room, Ironing Service, Bridal Suite, Free Parking, Internet services, Spa & Wellness Centre, Massage, Jacuzzi, Shoe Shine, Hiking, Packed Lunches, Heating, Fax/photo-copy, Luggage storage, Wireless Lan, Swimmingpool Indoor.
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Set in an area of Somerset that benefits from fine views across the marvellous region's countryside, Fosseway Golf Club is home to a truly splendid course that will entice and tickle the fancy of keen golfers everywhere. The views to be had from most tees really are breathtaking and you will find yourself wishing you had your camera rather than clubs in your hands now and then. Not that preoccupation with the picturesque sights is a good thing, however, as the course is a real challenge no matter how experienced a golfer you are with stunning tree-lined fairways and tricky approaches to greens that are well guarded by a clutch of hazardous bunkers.
Wooded parkland course with water hazards designed by Brian Huggett. Practice range.
Undulating course in woodland with views of Cheddar Valley and Glastonbury Tor.