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Reviewed July 16, 2013

From the outside The George is lovely in a very pretty village with views of a castle and on a river. Inside it has been modernised and lacks the same charm. Generic hotel chairs and animal skin style rugs were a disappointment. The food was good but we nearly missed out due to our request for a table being missed when we booked our room. The room itself was fine. The floors creak a little but its an old building so that should come as no surprise. The initial welcome was less than inspiring but I guess staff at the end of their shift can be a bit tired and grumpy sometimes. The evening service was good and its a nice atmosphere but it is definitely a restaurant rather than a pub these days.

Room Tip: Our room at the back could have been noisy on a sunnier evening due to the beer garden
  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank CharltonEd
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Reviewed July 16, 2013

We stayed at Ther George At Nunney last November on a weekend away. Location was great as we really wanted to go to Longleat the day after.

The hotel itself is placed on a cute, little picturesque town and looks lovely from the outside. The bar and restaurant area too are lovely. However, the rooms weren't nice at all. The decor looked very outdated. The TV looked like it was 20 years old and the bedding had a weird smell to it.

You could also hear every other person in the Inn and the walls are so thin.

Breakfast was great. You get a choice of continental or a full English fry up.

Definitely visit the castle, which is opposite. There are some lovely walks in the area and some real sights to see.

The ideal English village.

Worth a trip if you're only staying one night, but not worth the money you pay.

Room Tip: If you don't expect much, you'll be fine.
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank KGenie
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Reviewed July 14, 2013

My father in law and I popped in for a meal after a very long day out.Once inside was pleasantly surprised with the decor - very clean, modern and fresh. The staff were all very attentive and there was a varied menu on offer, including a good selection on the specials menu. The service was fast and the food arrived piping hot. Could not fault it, the food was excellent quality and value for money.
Highly recommended

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Nicky C
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Reviewed July 11, 2013

The bar and restaurant are lovely, great decor with comfy seating,clean and modern. We arrived on the hottest day of the year, was shown to our room through lovely decorated air conditioned halls, then Bam! the lady opened the door to our room , the heat was unbearable, our small bedroom had a fan provided, but unfortunately it didn't help at all ,so hot my moisturiser separated in its pot , can't understand why the owners have taken the trouble to air con the hallway and not the rooms themselves,also our room could have done with a lick of paint but thats fine as long as its clean. Overall had a nice stay in a lovely part of England.

Room Tip: Room 8 is quite small with a standard size double bed, overlooks the walled courtyard so if early to bed expect noise from people using it.
  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank theladyinglass
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Reviewed July 7, 2013

Very interesting place to be at, full of history, narrow doorways and mistery!! Our room (no. 13) was a bit tight (perhaps too much furniture crammed in the space?) but spotless, same as bathroom (no shower). Dinner at the restaurant was excellent, with very nice buzzing ambiance. Excellent breakfast, too! Nice place to be when visiting the village: wonderful and very picturesque (lovely properties & gardens), with impressive ruins of a XIV century castle with surrounding moat.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Daniel G
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