Priors Mead23 Rectory Road, Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, TA8 2BY
Telephone: 01278 782116
Proprietors: Peter and Fiz Alexander
Bed & Breakfast
Off Street Parking
Super Kingsize Beds
Fibre Optic WiFi
|Priors Mead - offers quality bed & breakfast or room only accommodation that has been in the family for 50 years. It is an enchanting Edwardian home set in large secluded gardens with mature trees and shrubs and located in a peaceful tree lined road. Guests are given a warm welcome not only from Peter and Fiz the owners, but also from Barney their friendly labrador. A home from home where guests can relax in the garden or enjoy a game of croquet. Fans of John Cleese will be interested to know that Priors Mead was one of the homes that John lived in during the war.|
|Road View with our dogs||Garden View|
|All the attractive spacious bedrooms are very well equipped with remote controlled TVs, super kingsize beds, hospitality trays. Cool bags available on request. |
All the rooms have a seating area with garden views.
|Guests can leave their cars in the drive and walk to town along the beach to find the pubs and restaurants or alternatively there are lots of country pubs nearby.|
|Double/Twin rooms ensuite or with private facilities|
from £55.00 - £70.00 per room
|Single From £35.00 to £55.00|
|Special rates for a three night stay|
|also excellent room only rates available|
|Burnham-on-Sea is a small Victorian seaside resort which has wonderful sands and sunsets and is renowned for the rise and fall of the tide - the second greatest in the world. Burnham has a championship Golf Course and is the centre for many other Golf Clubs.|
One of the famous Somerset carnivals takes place in the town in November. An additional attraction for the area is Tynesfield which is the exciting new National Trust Property.
The local area is flat which is ideal for walking and jogging and other facilities include tennis, swimming, fishing and horseriding.
An easy 5 minute drive from the M5, Burnham is an excellent touring base for Bath, Bristol, Cheddar, Wells, Glastonbury, Taunton, the Mendip and Quantock Hills. The M5 is in a good position for travelling to Devon, Cornwall, the Cotswolds and South Wales.
|How to Find Us|
Exit M5 at junction 22, follow main road through three roundabouts, then right into Berrow Road and second turning on right - Priors Mead is the last but one house on the left hand side of the road. There is no accommodation sign outside the house.
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