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All reviewsthe pubunderfloor heatingrange of real alesales on tapcamra memberscottage piequick pintfitted bathroomlarge car parkone nightgreat ensuitebeer festivallocal ciderovernight stayfor sunday lunchan evening mealplenty of storage
Excellent meeting place halfway between Bristol and Exeter to meet with old friends. But get in early as when the doors open at mid-day there is a flood of punters to this popular Camra Award winning [2018 and previous years] watering hole. My Bridgwater friend...More
Large car park across country lane. Although B & B is part or the Crossways Inn it is run as a separate business now. Rooms remain excellent with all normal facilities and brilliant bathrooms with excellent showers. We had a small problem with a leaking...More
1 Thank Gallavanting Guy
Response from Jaime W, Owner at Crossways InnResponded 1 May 2018
Thank you for your review. We hope to see you again soon :-)
The hotel is placed right next to a pub.
I had a room on ground floor, just separated from the pub by a door, and it was just impossible to sleep before midnight because of the noise!!! It is inacceptable for the price of the...More
Thank Melanie B
Response from Jaime W, Owner at Crossways InnResponded 21 April 2018
We're sorry that you weren't aware that our accommodation is attached to a pub. We do try to make it clear on our website as we consider it a big benefit being attached to a multi award winning traditional country pub and like to advertise...More
Never been disappointed here. A great range of well kept real ales. Really good food with all the traditional choices and specials. Excellent efficient and friendly service. This place has a great atmosphere and staff are welcoming. One to pop in for a quick pint...More
Booked the B and B for one night only having to work in the area, and did not realise that the pub was a separate entity, although joined together, but not a problem. I arrived a little earlier than stated and was a little worried...More