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Welcome to Best Western The Shrubbery

Address: Station Rd, Ilminster, TA19 9AR

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An elegant Victorian hotel, the Best Western Shrubbery Hotel is located in the country market town of Ilminster. It boasts rooms with countryside views and free Wi-Fi. Rooms at the Best Western Shrubbery feature traditional decor and many have views of the gardens and surrounding countryside. All rooms have satellite TV, a work desk and a bathroom with a shower. The restaurant boasts a hand-carved Victorian fireplace and offers British and international dishes. Light meals and a children’s menu are available. The Shrubbery Hotel offers a range of events throughout the year, including dancing and live music. Some events are fundraisers for local charities. The River Isle and the 15th-century Church of St Mary are 10 minutes’ walk away. The M5 motorway is 15 minutes’ drive away. Yeovil and Taunton are 25 minutes away while Lyme Regis and the Jurassic coast are 18 miles away.

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Forde Abbey - Historical Houses

Forde Abbey - Historical Houses

Distance 5.91 miles (9.46 km)
Founded in 1146, Forde Abbey was one of the most significant Cistercian monasteries in England during the four centuries that separated the reign of King Stephen from the Reformation. The buildings seen today were all in existence in the Middle Ages. They formed the Abbot's and monks' quarters, their kitchen, refectories, and their chapter house. The abbey church has gone, together with the guest wing and three sides of the cloisters. While the final years of so many English monasteries are remembered for their feebleness and decadence, Forde ended in a blaze of glory. Thomas Chard, the last of the thirty-two abbots, devoted much of his time and energy to repairing and reconstructing the fabric of the Abbey building.