Cricket St Thomas Hotel is a classic country house near Chard in Somerset. Famous as the place where To The Manor Born was filmed and also frequently visited by Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton.
This country house is set in magnificent parkland, with gardens, lakes, and a unique woodland area.
Providing nightly entertainment including live performances, great dining rooms, and fun outside games for all
We went to Holme lacy a while ago and loved it so tried cricket st Thomas and loved that as well food fabulous grounds outstanding and had a very relaxing time. Fed the ducks and pheasants by the small lake in front of our room people very friendly and had a wonderful time will soon be going back
Have just returned from a fabulous long weekend break at Cricket St Thomas. We were part of a large party who meet annually, and we all had such a fun time. The check in was very quick this year and very well organised. Lovely rooms as usual, and maintained to a high standard. Food is always good here, and such a great choice. We had a lovely, attentive and friendly waitress, too, very polite and always smiling. The evening entertainment was superb, especially J D Kings Elvis tribute act. Wow, what a show. Hope to see him again at Warners! We also enjoyed the quizzes and other entertainment, especially our own curling tournament. Beautiful manor house and grounds, didn't want to leave! Looking forward to returning in the future.
First time at Warner after friends recommendation and we were not disappointed. We were upgraded to a signature room in the walled garden and it was clean and comfortable and we had a visit from housekeeping checking that everything was to our liking - nice touch. Food was good with lots of choice, although a little cramped in the restaurant. Entertainment staff were brilliant, especially the pantomime, our trip to Wells and Clarke’s village was excellent due to our brilliant Portuguese driver. However, the real star of the show was the beautifully decorated old house, and the gorgeous gardens. Will certainly visit again.
we stayed two nights and it was the best two nights ever, the food was plentiful and very good, the entainment was second to none ( Michael Buble tribute and the second night The Rat Pack these acts were awsome) the staff were so friendly nothing was too much trouble, the rooms were warm and cosy, we enjoyed it so much when we got home we booked to go again early next year, well worth a visit.
Spent a mid week break here, staff were very nice. The bedrooms were great, large beds, tea and coffee facilities, they seemed to have thought of everything. Food was quite good especially considering how many people they had to feed within a two hour period. The activities were very well organised and the staff were very helpful.