Welcome to The George Inn Hotel Norton St Philip.
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"Meet, relax and log on!"
We have free WiFi access and offer a great range of teas and artisan roasted coffee (and chocolate!). Why meet in a coffee shop where you have to find parking, pay over the odds and put up with noisy overcrowding? Why not meet in a pub, relax with friends or hold a business meeting - enjoy a great coffee made by our fully trained staff and maybe even treat yourself to a sandwich. Rain or shine our warm welcome awaits!
Access Statement for George Inn
This access statement aims to describe the facilities and services that we offer all our guests/visitors.
One step into our lounge area from the main entrance. One more smaller step through our archway leading to the bar.
3 of our 7 rooms are accessible by no more than 8 steps for the balcony. 4 of our rooms can by accessed by a spiral staircase, all steps have a hand rail.
Our courtyard is cobbled leading to the dining areas, and restrooms.
Garden and Parking
Our garden is situated through the exit door of our dining rooms to the rear of the building, opening to the car park (which also includes a disabled parking bay).
We look forward to welcoming you. If you have any queries or require any assistance please phone 01373 834224 or email here
Fourteen minutes from Bath and set in scenery of rolling green
Somerset hills, this 700 year old inn has much to delight - Character bedrooms with beams and antique furniture, cosy bars, an ancient galleried courtyard.
The George, a grade one listed building is situated in an idyllic setting with beautiful views. Our garden overlooks the village church against a backdrop of un-spoilt rural scenery. In the adjoining field there is a children’s playground. Norton St Philip village is a real find as it has come through the centuries remarkably undisturbed.
Architecturally, you can see mullion windows, stone-tiled roofs and the local stone facings of the cottages. There are mediaeval buildings and a number of cottages built in 17th and 18th centuries. For explorers the national Trust Village of Lacock and the historic town of Bradford Upon Avon are a short drive away and a visit to the nearby Longleat House, one of the most magnificent stately homes and gardens in Britain together with its safari park, is not to be missed.
The local country side is intersected by footpaths and bridleways which are great for walks and discovering our local wildlife.
The George Inn, a stunning setting and a perfect location for a varied and interesting break.
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time at the bar
Mon-Sat11.30am - 11.00pm
SunMidday - 10.30pm
Mon-ThursMidday - 2.30pm
6pm - 9pm
FriMidday - 2.30pm
6pm - 9.30pm
Sat & SunAll day
what's the damage
Main coursesfrom £8.50