We will be open when Covid-19 rules allow us to
Please phone or email us to make a reservation
Telephone 01984 639565 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
3 course supper available Monday – Wednesday (on other evenings by special arrangement)
We are accredited with Visit England’s ‘We’re good to go’ Covid-19 Industry Standard.
All bedrooms will be deep cleaned for the arrival of new guests giving everyone freshly professionally laundered, linen etc. Soft Furnishings & other fabrics will be steam cleaned & all hard surfaces will be sanitised so our minimum stay is now 3 nights.
Our dining room has been rearranged to host up to 8 guests at 4 tables that enable the social distancing of 2 metres but, if preferred, guests will be able to enjoy breakfast in their bedroom.
A 3 course supper will also be available on some evenings – supper reservations need to be made 24 hours in advance.
Save at least £25 a night if you book directly with us
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This secluded spacious 17th Century Somerset Country House Bed and Breakfast offers a wealth of charm and character. Nestling between the famous Quantocks and the Exmoor National Park with fantastic views of open countryside, it retains many original features including log fires and beams.
Catwell House Country House Bed & Breakfast, is owned and run by Ross & Rebecca and our aim is provide all our guests with a wonderful holiday, short stay for whatever reason in West Somerset that they will never forget. Over the years we have worked hard to ensure that our home is excellently equipped to deserve the Awards and reviews we have received.
Located within a sylvan setting on the edge of the village, Catwell Country House Bed and Breakfast is bordered by a stream and open pasture. Although secluded, all village amenities are within 5 minutes walking distance. There are several restaurants, pubs, a post office, bank and shops etc.
The West Somerset Railway has a station in the village of Williton and there is immediate access to the Quantock Hills via footpaths.