Rooms

We  have 6 rooms, all on the ground floor (although there are a few steps along the corridor) and they are situated next to the garden and away from the road, not that there is much traffic in Odcombe! Our rooms are furnished to luxury standard with oak furniture, bathrobes, free toiletries, mini fridge with complimentary water and bottled beer, ceiling fan for those long hot English summers (!) as well as a desk area with direct dial telephone and internet access. We have the following room choices:

- 1 single with ensuite
- 2 doubles with en-suite bath/shower
- 1 double with walk-in shower (suitable for people with mild disabilities)
- 1 twin with bath/shower
- 1 family room with bath/shower (double bed and a double sofa bed which is suitable for either 2 children under 12 years old or 1 adult)

We serve a fabulous breakfast of cereals, croissants, cooked breakfast using local produce and free range eggs accompanied by juice, tea and coffee. It's a meal sure to set you up for your day! Breakfast is served for residents  between 7.30am and 10am in the main restaurant area. A breakfast tray can be provided in your room if you prefer with cereals, fruit, yoghurt and juice, please just ask a member of staff the night before and they will arrange for it to be delivered ready for the morning.

Dogs Welcome:

Dogs are welcome to stay with you in our accommodation for a small charge of £10 per night (this covers up to 3 dogs per room). A Doggy Welcome Pack will be waiting for their arrival with a dog bed, blanket, water bowl, feeding mat and a guide with local information including walks from the pub. We also have an enclosed dedicated exercise area so you can allow them off lead safely. At all other times we ask that you keep your dog on lead for the safety and comfort of other dogs and guests. I am likely to have anything else you might have forgotten or need such as towels or spare leads, please just ask. Your dog can be left in your room or join you for your meals including breakfast. In the unlikely event that your beloved pooch causes any damage this would have to be paid for in full.