Address: Charlton Lane, Midsomer Norton, Somerset, England, BA3 4BD, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Charlton Lane, Midsomer Norton, is near No. 1 Royal Crescent, Alexandra Park, Radstock Museum, and Somerset Levels and Moors Wetland.
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    Travel Blogs from Midsomer Norton

    Becky's Beginning...

    A travel blog entry by sarahandbecky on Sep 06, 2015

    ... really does need these possessions which we think so clearly define us. What does it say about me I wonder? The majority of the container was filled with kitchen and cooking appliances!

    So this brings me to ending number three, farewells. To say good bye. Good bye to my very good friend Gavin and wish him the best of luck on his fabulous adventures in America, despite his denial, we will meet again, maybe not in ...

    Sarah's Start...

    A travel blog entry by sarahandbecky on Sep 06, 2015

    So tomorrow we leave for our 6 month trip to South East Asia.

    There are many things we intend to do but mostly our aim is to enjoy it!

    I'm excited; not a buzzing with a smile on my face excited; nor a can't eat, can't sleep, day before the FA cup final need to scream excited; but a kind of quiet, calm and ...

    Stonehenge and Bath

    A travel blog entry by fredwfussell on Sep 05, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    Viewed the prehistoric setting of Stonehenge and later the Roman Baths in get this the city of Bath (makes sense huh). But Bath is also a Georgian city with extensive architecture built largely during the 17th and 18th century.

    Stonehenge is actually small, but it is remarkable that people without the wheel or equipment with which to hoist could have developed this place. These stones were moved over many miles before placement.


    Uncomfortable, lose control as day turned on head

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 06, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... place, everything changed. We received a call saying tonight’s accommodation in the tiny hamlet called Vobster had overbooked. There was no room for us at their Inn tonight! Being a Saturday night we knew accommodation was hard to come by and the woman who had made the mistake in Vobster had found us a room in a place called Midsomer Norton. When we explained we were walking she said she would run us there as long as we arrived in Vobster by 3pm.


    Brilliant Bath

    A travel blog entry by smtobey14 on Oct 07, 2012

    18 photos

    ... The weather was about 60 degrees and it was a full sunny day. The perfect weather to walk around and enjoy such a great town. I was in a tour group of a bout 30 for this trip, and we first arrived we headed straight to the Roman Baths. We were there for about 2 hours or so and the rest of the time we were able to go about on our own and explore the rest of this amazing town. My friend Angela and I grabbed a quick baguette sandwich ...