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Hawthorns, Glastonbury

8 Northload Street

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A large traditional town inn which still offers B and B and restaurant service. There is a small garden at the back. The bar is small and formed from two tiny rooms, open plan, wood laminate floored and has a 1960s stone fireplace in one part. There is a small selection of board games in the corner. There is a small tiled dining area at the front, slightly lower than the rest, and the main restaurant area behind. Food looked good – home made curries and a Sunday roast were listed, and prices looked reasonable for a tourist area. Two ales and two boxed ciders were on offer. The ales were both from Parkway – Who’s Ruffled Feathers and Mad Dog, both in good condition though it’s not my favourite brewery. Quite good place for lunch or a couple of beers.

On 1st November 2019 - rating: 6
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mairead Quick left this review about Hawthorns Hotel

My Husband and I stayed here in 2014 as my husband is from the area. We liked to sit outside in the beer garden for breakfast, tea or dinner no matter the weather and the staff quickly became use to this and it was never a problem. We were made very welcome. The staff were lovely and the atmosphere in keeping with Glastonbury was very relaxed. look forward to returning from Belfast Excellent

On 6th July 2016 - rating: 10
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