The Drayton Crown has three large letting rooms (either king-size or twin beds) and a family room with a king-size bed and sofa that converts into a double bed. Each room has been individually and tastefully furnished in traditional contemporary styles, with soft pastels and accent colours, with en suite facilities, flat screen televisions and tea/coffee-making facilities. For families with babies, a travel cot and microwave oven are also available. There is plentiful parking adjacent to the private access to the accommodation.
Whether you’re looking for an overnight stay or planning a short break, the Drayton Crown offers every modern convenience and comfort in a traditional country pub setting at the heart of a peaceful village.
Make the Drayton Crown your base for exploring the area. There’s so much to see and do. Whether you’re a walker, cyclist, birdwatcher, angler or just want some peace and quiet, you won’t have too far to go to find what you’re looking for.
Within the village are walking and cycling paths/trails; nearby is the River Parrett with lots of carp ponds in the surrounding area; within a ten-mile radius there are a number of historic sites of interest and stately homes and gardens (including Muchelney Abbey, Dillington House and Montacute House) and two RSPB bird sanctuaries to choose from as well as the wealth of flora and fauna to be found on the surrounding Somerset Levels; with Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole caves and Yeovilton Fleet Air Arm Museum being only slightly further away.
And if it’s a spot of ‘retail therapy’ that’s needed, the bustling market town of Langport is just 3.5 miles away; Clarks Village (bursting with bargains) in Street is only half an hour away; and the surrounding cities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter and Wells are well worth a day trip to admire the architecture as well as visiting the many shops and eateries.