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The Manor Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We got a bargain (we thought) for 2 nights B&B for two. Parking ok Dinner in restaurant OK but VERY slow. Took almost 2 hours for a starter and main and we could hear lots of raised voices from the kitchen even though we were sat some way from it. It can’t have been orders being called as there were only 10-12 people eating that evening. Our room was filthy! The floors covered in bits of something, hairs in the bath plug, etc. It was also blowing a gale and raining and the badly fitting old windows in our attic room (32) banged all night. In the morning we planned to leave, but the manager said he’d change us to another room and ensure it was clean so we decided to give it a try. Breakfast was good but a little slow When we got back later in the day we had a new room which was clean, and there was a note of apology on the bed with some chocolates. Well done to the team. In the morning we tried the shower but the hot water ran brownish yellow even though we ran the tap for many minutes. Overall a bad experience which has put us off biting any other Olde English Inns at all.

A bit chaotic really. We requested a twin room with a walk-in shower because of mobility issues, and were mistakenly allocated a double room on the second floor with a shower. The stairs up to the second floor are murderous... and being an old building, there's no lift. Management relented and re-allocated us a "Superior" room on the first floor. Still no walk-in shower, but at least it was a twin. Good restaurant and an excellent breakfast, though this is a "plated" service and service was a bit slow

Our friends had their wedding party back in the hall of “The Manor”. Regards to this part of the stay I can’t really moan too much at all. The bar staff were polite and efficient and the waiter staff equally so. Our gripe became more with the “staying” part of the trip. Although we had booked quite far in advance on arrival we were greeted with a room which I can only say resembled an attic conversion, but a very dated one!!! The room was dusty and upon inspection the toilet area had also not been cleaned (I’d rather not go any further in description here). To attend this wedding and party we had been up almost 36 hours due to unlucky timing of a holiday...... therefore we asked for the late check out, “Not a problem” we were met with.......... did we get this service...... NO. We were greeted with a morning phone call advising us that we had to vacate the room. When we said about the late checkout we were met with “we don’t have it down for the room”!!! Not what we needed! No room service during the day was something we found a little odd also, but that is trivial. Although our stay was enjoyed due to the wedding party, the actual staying in a room part could do with some little tweaks of improvement.

Needed to kill time so stopped in for a coffee and was tempted to have a breakfast as so very reasonable in price. Due to this was not expecting much but wow! Best quality breakfast I have had in years and with excellent charming service.What a find!

Having decided to travel down to Yeovil on the Friday for the match on Saturday myself and 6 friends decided to book the Manor mainly on cost. Due to this we were expecting a no frills stay but we were all pleasantly surprised. On check in we were greeted by a very courteous lady ho was extremely helpful. The rooms are spacious & clean and the en-suite is the same. Beds extremely comfortable and a resident bar that's open until 01:30hrs. Breakfast was fine with 1 sausage, 2 bacon, tomato, egg & mushrooms. Just one thing to note, If you have travelled by car then please ignore the Pay & Display signs. Parking is free for patrons of the Manor.

Stayed in a superior room over Christmas 23rd to 27th 2017 room clean and tidy great Christmas eve and entertainment. Christmas day was a disaster approx 85 for lunch, we all sat down at1pm residents were all split up, our table had no salt and pepper no water waited 30 mins for starter no wine which was pre-ordered in September complained about all above only salt and pepper turned up. I then complained to Richard the manager about no wine he then went and got it. 1 hour later main meal came out our plates were cold and food was just warm, to which i said to my wife I'm not eating this and we went up to the bar area with our wine and sat drinking it. about 10mins passed Richard came up and said did we want our sweet up here i told him no we didn't want it. We went back to our room to find the beds hadn't been made this also happened on boxing day. in my opinion they cannot cope with that amount of customers and resident guess should be considered of first. I had been to this hotel before and enjoyed it but after this experience i would not go back. R and B West Sussex

My 2 sons and 1 partner stayed 2nights in superior rooms. The rooms were beautiful, four poster beds, walk in wardrobes, and huge en suites. The staff were fantastic and looked after everyone's needs. We had a lovely meal for 5 on the last evening, cooked by Dale. Faultless. Many thanks to everyone for making my sons visit one to remember!

Really pleasant staff throughout the hotel and the room was well heated and clean. The bed was comfy and the room a little small but had everything you need like kettle, tea/coffee, iron, toiletries. Food and service was very acceptable and a good choice. Very close to the town and other eating out places. Really have no complaints. Good value for money and would recommend for a short break.

I've got luxury taste when it comes to hotels so I 'umm'ed and' aah'd about staying here. It was in a perfect location for the theatre and a very decent price plus I only needed to stay one night and didn't think it was worth splashing out for a fancier place. Honestly I can say it was absolutely great. The room was comfortable and very clean. The hotel area was also very quiet. It was also great having the bar and restaurant downstairs as well as the restaurants in Yeovil a few seconds walk away. If you are looking for a simple and well priced overnight stay with everything in one place I would definitely recommend.

Plenty of areas to sit in comfort and chat with family. Room very comfortable. Restaurant food good and staff very friendly. Excellent breakfast, with wide choice available on menu. Great being only a short walk to the town. Would definately stay again.

26 Hendford Yeovil England

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

The Manor Hotel places you within a 15-minute drive of Sherborne Museum and Montacute House. This 42-room, 4-star inn has a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Global Images Gallery and Tintinhull House Garden are also within a 15-minute drive of this Yeovil inn.


Explore the inn and meet new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.


The Manor Hotel's 42 rooms provide coffee makers and ironing boards. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs. Hair dryers are also standard.

Property features

The Manor Hotel features free WiFi in public areas and a garden. If you drive, take advantage of free parking. Helpful staff is there to provide front-desk service during limited hours, as well as offer insight about the area.

Room options

Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Superior Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

65% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 591 reviews