The Woolpack Inn, Beckington
Originally built in 1581, The Woolpack Inn is located in the village of Beckington, in Somerset. Home to Beckington Castle, the area also has royal connections through Seymours Court, once home to Thomas Seymour, the husband of Queen Catherine Parr, whom Thomas would marry after Henry VII’s death.
The 12 bedrooms reflect the Woolpacks history and charm.
Relax in the cosy bar with its slate – lagged floor and open fires and enjoy a traditional English menu and a great selection of real ales, premium lagers and fine wines.
The Weavers room, opening directly onto the charming Courtyard Garden, is perfect for private functions.
Food served 11am – 10pm every day
This hotel has dog friendly bedrooms
Last check in is Midnight
Double x 6
Superior x 3
Twin x 3
Longleat Safari and Adventure Park – 10.1 miles
Vobster Quay Inland diving centre – 7.1 miles
Stourhead House and Gardens – 13.5 miles
The Roman baths in Bath – 10.5 miles
Cheddar Gorge – 29.6 miles
Orchardleigh Golf Club – 5.1 miles
Frome Train Station – 4.7 miles
Post code; BA11 6SP
Exit the M4 at junction 17, following the A350 southbound. After Melksham, take the A361 westbound, continuing past Trowbridge. You will reach Beckington just before Frome. The Woolpack Inn is in the village centre.
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