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Unicorn Inn Somerton        
West Street

This casual 17th-century inn is 7 miles from the Fleet Air Arm Museum, 8 miles from Glastonbury Abbey and 10 miles from Westhay Moor National Nature Reserve.Straightforward rooms provide free Wi-Fi and TVs, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment.The inn offers free full English breakfast.
The Mount Somerton Star Rating 2        
Mount Hey

When visiting Somerton, The Mount Somerton is a great choice to consider. You'll have free perks like WiFi and self parking..
The White Hart Somerton        
Market Place

The White Hart is a 16th-century coaching inn in the sleepy village of Somerton - a handsome grey-brick hamlet - surrounded by the serene green vales of Somerset. The inn's charmingly wonky antique frontage may betray its five-century age but its eight rooms borrow from the past and present. Each has its own quirky personality, with French antique furnishings and whimsical knick-knacks.
Cleers View Farm Star Rating 3        
Somerton Hill

Enjoy your visit to Somerton with a stay at Cleers View Farm. Free perks include WiFi and self parking. Other highlights at this upscale country house include a garden, and rooms offer DVD players and refrigerators.
Harleys Court        
The Barn At Freshfields

Located in the rural town of Somerton in Somerset, Harleys Court features self-catering accommodation with outdoor patio area, BBQ facilities, shared hot tub, free Wi-Fi and private parking. Muchelney Abbey is 4.8 miles away, while Bridgewater is 15 miles away.
Park Farm Somerton        
Park Farm, Pitney

Park Farm Somerton offers a comfortable setting when in Somerton.Park Farm Somerton offers cosy rooms, equipped to fit the requirements of any traveller.Bristol Airport is a 65-minute drive from the hotel.
Somerton Court Country House Star Rating 4        
Somerton Court

Somerton Court is a large historic country house believed to date in part from the 12th Century. It is situated at Lower Somerton on the eastern edge of Somerton, the royal town of ancient Wessex set in some 55 acres of parkland and gardens. Although believed to incorporate Roman remains or materials in its foundations, the first known record of Somerton Court dates to an 1176 purchase of land by William de Erleigh.
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Somerton is a small town and civil parish in the English county of Somerset. It gave its name to the county, and was briefly, around the start of the 14th century, the county town, and around 900 AD was possibly the capital of Wessex.