Admiral's Table- Bed and Breakfast in Bridgwater
The Admiral's Table is conveniently located on Bristol Road less than a mile from the M5 motorway, and very near to the market town of Bridgwater in Somerset. Read more
The hotel accommodation boasts thirteen attractively refurbished rooms and is close enough to the town for you to take advantage of the attractions and facilities while still ensuring you can leave it behind when it's time for bed! Bridgwater has historically been a stopover point for invading armies as well as weary travellers, and at The Admiral’s Table we pride ourselves on our hospitality and attention to our guests' comfort. Our fantastic pub food menu offers a great choice of classics with a constantly changing selection of specials and the all day offer of two main meals for the price of one. Room rates include our fantastic free breakfast.
Our spacious inn offers pub food all day. The superb offer of two-for-one on our entire range of main courses and specials ensures you can afford to eat here every night without a worry. Read more
With a delicious food menu offering traditional pub classics, pasta, salads and vegetarian options as well as a constantly changing board of specials we challenge you to find something that doesn’t tempt your taste buds. Our excellent offer on main course meals, means you can afford to treat yourself from the selection of starters and desserts. With the high standard that you expect from all Marston’s Inns you never have to compromise on quality to enjoy our great value pub food.
Bridgwater is a lively market town based in the heart of Somerset, with a wealth of restaurants, shops and museums leaving you endless options for a break. The town itself rests on a number of canals and waterways, and the town’s buildings offer some fine examples of Georgian architecture. Read more
Bridgwater is situated between the rolling Quantock Hills, with their native population of Red Deer, and the wetlands of the Somerset Levels and Somerset Moors - two very different but equally stunning areas of natural beauty. For those of a literary leaning, the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge both lived and wrote some of his most famous works in the area and you can visit Coleridge Cottage or visit the sights that inspired his poetry. If your wanderlust takes you further from the town, the Admiral’s Table is a good base for exploring the rest of Somerset and for fans of walking then there’s also the Mendips just to the north of the town. The cathedral city of Wells, the rich nature of Exmoor, the dramatic Cheddar gorge and its extreme activities and the traditional seaside resort at Weston Super Mare are all within 30 minutes easy drive of Bridgwater and The Admiral’s Table.
Manager: Steve Hancock
Telephone: 01278 685671