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Cross Lane House

Cross Lane House is a wonderfully preserved late medieval hotel and restaurant surrounded by Exmoor National Park and National Trust land and close to the Somerset coast at Bossington.

With just four individual guest bedrooms, personal service and attention to detail are paramount in this ancient and characterful country retreat. Originally built just two years before the death of King Henry VIII in 1545*, Cross Lane House is stuffed full of history from the top of its sumptuous oak-beamed rooms to its age-old graffiti etched wood panelling. Fine fabrics and furnishings grace all the rooms which mix period pieces with contemporary style to create a wonderfully peaceful and relaxing place to stay.  

The atmospheric and acclaimed restaurant  is lit by candlelight and warmed by cosy log burner in the winter and in the summer, when the weather allows, dinner is served al fresco in the courtyard linhay.


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