The George & Pilgrim Glastonbury
RelaxInnz The George and Pilgrim in Glastonbury, built in the 1400s, is the oldest purpose built public house in the South West of England. There are 14 very distinctive en-suite bedrooms including magnificently draped four poster beds for that extra special occasion. All rooms have multichannel TV and tea & coffee making facilities. Enjoy a traditional ale and snack in The Pilgrim’s bar with its old charm and character, a home cooked meal in the superb restaurant with an a la carte menu. The Chalice Suite, licensed for Civil Ceremonies, is an excellent choice for weddings and corporate meetings catering for up to 90 guests or delegates. With an impressive panelled stone frontage, mullion windows and old oak beams this is truly a fine and historic building which caters for all the needs of todays travellers. Located near the A39 and A361, Glastonbury has much to offer from its ancient history to its world famous festival.
1 High Street Glastonbury BA6 9DP
From M5 junction for A39 follow signs for Glastonbury and Frome. From A39 join A361 after .8km turn left onto Magdalene Street. Turn right onto Market Place. Turn right onto High Street
No Parking available.
All children under 10 years of age are free of charge when using existing bedding..