Our double en-suite rooms have Freeview, flat screen televisions, desks, alarm clock radios, tea & coffee making facilities and built in wardrobes.
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Type Pub B&B
£50 - £80 per room per night
The Malt Shovel boasts a cosy intimate bar setting, with original beams, inglenooks & fire places. Adjoining the bar is a large restaurant with views over towards the Quantock Hills.
Located just off the main A39 Bridgwater to Minehead road in the hamlet of Bradley Green, just outside the village of Cannington, and two miles from the centre of Bridgwater. This beautiful area was extremely popular with the Renaissance poets. Wordsworth, Byron, Coleridge and Shelley all resided locally.
The Malt Shovel has 8 en-suite rooms available for booking (6 doubles and 2 twins). Each room has a television, access to wireless broadband (complimentary) and tea and coffee making facilities. Children up to the age of 10 stay for free, we have a travel cot & a camp bed. only 1 child per room. Dogs welcome for £8 per dog.
We serve Fresh homemade food 7 days a week, including Carvery on a Sunday. Our talented Chefs use seasonal produce and source locally where possible. Room prices include breakfast, continental or freshly cooked including traditional full English, eggs Benedict & omelettes.
We have recently undergone some refurbishment on our old skittle alley, resulting in 8 en-suite chalets being built along the garden.
Please note: Check in is from 2pm, however pub is closed between 3-6pm Monday to Friday, guest must arrange beforehand if they wish to collect their keys during this time.
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