The Combe House Somerset is a classy property offering plush accommodation coupled with high value services and facilities that is sure to leave you in delectation.
This property features well outfitted meeting space that can accommodate up to 20 delegates for organising your business meetings. You can also drive through nearby Exmoor, with its beautiful villages, stunning countryside and picturesque Dunster with its famous Yarn Market and Dunster Castle and Gardens.
Ample free car parking
Stately resting in a peaceful wooded valley in the heart of the Quantock Hills, the Combe House Somerset has easy access to the M4 junction 24. This property is also a 20-minute drive from the picturesque Exmoor.
If coming from the north take exit 23 off the M5. If coming from the south, take exit 24. Alternatively enter Bridgwater from the A38 or A39. Drive through Bridgewater following signs for Minehead A39. Holford is then about 11 miles past Bridgewater on the A39. Passing through the village of Nether Stowey, you then reach Holford, turning left immediately in front of the Plough Inn and following the lane through the village. Bear left at the fork signed to Holford combe. Drive straight up the Combe and the hotel is near at the end of the road on the right.
Offering spectacular views, the restaurant serves delectable fare that please your healthy palate. You can also unwind at the bar with an exotic drink, after a tiring day.
Created to suit your frame of mind, this hotel offers immaculate accommodation units that ensure you a comfortable stay.
Children are welcome
Combe House Hotel Rooms
Classic Double Room
Each of the bedrooms has its own individual style, elegantly decorated to retain the character of the building while being furnished to the highest standard. All rooms have en suite bath and/or shower rooms.
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The 99 sq km Quantock Hills a place of outstanding natural beauty and a landscape of contrasts, from the many sheltered wooded valleys with sparkling streams, such as the one Combe House is situated, to the open moorland on the hilltops. The hills are a paradise for walkers and guests do not have to go far for a sensational view. Further a field; drive through nearby Exmoor, with its beautiful villages, stunning countryside and picturesque Dunster, with its famous Yarn Market and Dunster castle and Gardens. Take a train on the West Somerset Railway, which runs steam hauled trains between Minehead and Bishops Lydeard. Go fishing in the reservoirs at Durleigh, Clatworthy or Hawkridge and on Exmoor at the large and very picturesque Wimbleball reservoir where guests can also sail and picnic. There are also several golf courses nearby to suit all levels of skill.
The restaurant, recently refitted with specially commissioned handmade Cornish oak and walnut furniture, is where breakfast and dinner are served. The menu draws on recipes from all over the world, gleaned by the head chef Laurence Pratt from 15 years service in the Royal Navy, where the VIP's he served included royalty and Heads of State. Though the menu has an international flavour, most of the ingredients are from Somerset. Meat and game come from local farms and shoots, fish from Brixham trawlers, shellfish from the Bristol Channel and many of vegetables from the organic kitchen garden within the grounds. Light lunches are served in the bar as well as on the lawn in fine weather, and there is a comfortable lounge for morning and after dinner drinks.
The hotel offers a conference suite accommodating up to 50 people in lecture theatre layout with full support services plus a smaller meeting room for 10 people boardroom style.
Terms and conditions
Extra charges may apply for children. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the quoted rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.