History Fine Dining and Luxury Accommodation Combine at the Holcombe Inn
A 17th century freehouse set in an historic village, The Holcombe Inn has a fine heritage; which is why the fact that it is fast becoming one of the highest regarded restaurants and hotels in Bath and Somerset would surely provide some comfort to the generations of Holcombe locals who have previously frequented the establishment.
Currently rated five star, The Holcombe Inn has become almost as well known as a restaurant in Bath, Holcombe and Somerset circles as it has as a hotel for visitors to the area. Built around the skill and experience of a Head Chef trained under popular television chef and restaurateur Rick Stein, The Holcombe Inn offers a wide ranging menu of freshly prepared food and drink that is perfectly complimented by an extensive list of wines, liquors and real ales. By offering different menus for lunch, dinner, Sundays and special occasions, The Holcombe Inn also manages to maintain that difficult balance between offering the sort of fine dining experience you would expect from a high end restaurant in Bath with the rhythms of Holcombe life; to which The Holcombe Inn has always been an integral part.
Of course, The Holcombe Inn doesn’t just offer food and drink for the locals. It also provides a perfect haven for those travellers looking at hotels in Bath but also seeking a little individuality and a bit of historic, rural charm. With five newly refurbished rooms, each in its own unique and luxurious style, The Holcombe Inn can offer something to even the most discerning of guests. With an easy to use website that outlines the theme, décor and individual features of each room, The Holcombe Inn allows guests to pick the room that is most suited to them, whether they are seeking ‘African’ exoticism, ‘French’ opulence or ‘Old English’ charm. Anyone looking for hotels in Bath would be well advised to make sure that they have a browse and choose their favourite before making their final booking.
Whether providing a new restaurant in Bath, Holcombe and the surrounding area or concentrating on providing high quality room for those seeking a hotel, the owners and staff at The Holcombe Inn have worked hard to make sure that everyone enjoys their visit as much as possible; however long or however brief!
If you’re local to the Holcombe, Bath or Somerset area and you haven’t yet discovered the gem on your doorstep, it might be time to treat yourself to some five star fine dining. If, however, you’re a stranger to these parts and are looking for a base from which to explore its natural beauty, The Holcombe Inn could provide the ideal solution. With a range of rooms overlooking the Mendip Hills and the nearby Downsize Abbey, you need only glance out of your window to realise where you are: in one of the most stunning parts of the UK and in the lap of luxury at the same time.
Glenn Farrier - About Author:
For visitors looking for hotels Somerset with top quality standards, the Holcombe Inn serves the right choice. Being a prominent pub bath, Holcombe attracts thousands of travellers every year.
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