Cabot Court Hotel, Weston-super-Mare
Housed in a grade II listed building, this is situated on the seafront at Weston-super-Mare. When it comes to traditional family holidays, the string of resorts running all the way down the seaboard of Somerset has everything you need. Weston-super-Mare is the biggest and also one of the oldest.
From £69 per night
Knightstone Road, Somerset, Weston-Super-Mare, England, BS23 2AH
There are 21 bedrooms, comprising double, king, twin and family rooms, many of which have spectacular views of the beach and across the Bristol Channel to Wales. All of the rooms are en suite and have Freeview television, tea- and coffee-making facilities, hairdryer, telephone to receive incoming calls and unlimited free Wi-Fi throughout. Breakfast is served 7am–noon, with our full food menu served until 11pm, seven days a week. We offer an extensive range of food and drinks in our Wetherspoon pub.
- meeting_roomAdjoining rooms
- showerBath and shower
- child_friendlyChildren welcome
- waterComplimentary water
- showerEn suite
- more_timeExpress check-out
- family_restroomFamily rooms
- live_tvFreeview TV
- ironIron and ironing board
- beach_accessSeaside breaks
- local_cafeTea and coffee facilities
- wifiUnlimited free Wi-Fi
- usbUSB ports
We are perfectly situated as a base for golfers, shoppers, walkers and for those who want to just relax on the beach. During the summer months, relax on our sun deck or beer garden overlooking the world-famous grand pier and cosy up in the winter in front of a real fire. Whether for business or for a great British getaway, our hotel is the perfect place to enjoy your time in Weston-super-Mare.
The wonderful sweep of Weston Bay, with views over to Wales and down to Exmoor, is a never-ending source of satisfaction. Miles of broad, flat sandy beach are perfect for your youngest kids, but also for all sorts of activities. It is a vast community open space which most towns just do not have. The sea goes out and comes in a long way – the second highest tidal rise in the world – and that is why Weston-super-Mare has its piers. Originally, they were deep-water steamboat jetties, but then it was found that people just liked to walk out to sea on them, take tea and visit the amusements.
We look forward to welcoming you soon.
Bus links to Wells and Glastonbury offer popular tourist destinations. Local buses also run around the town and local outskirts daily. The train station is a 15-minute walk, with trains to Bristol Temple Meads every 20 to 30 minutes daily, and there are connections to most UK destinations. Local taxis can be booked for you at reception.
There is no parking on site, but there are four car parks located within a few minutes’ walk of us. There is a drop-off point by the hotel entrance for your luggage, and we can give you further directions from here.
Contact reception for further information before arrival, if needed.
By car: Coming from the north, south or east, take exit 21 off the M5 and follow the signs for the seafront. Keep going past the pier on your left and we are just after the Winter Gardens Pavilion on the right-hand side.
By train: The train station is located a 15-minute walk from us. When walking out of the station past the ticket office, head straight over the first road, using the pedestrian crossing. When you get to the second and main road, turn left and follow it down to the seafront. When you get to the seafront, turn right and keep going along – we are just past the Winter Gardens Pavilion on the right-hand side.
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Unwind at our authentic Wetherspoon pubs
Every hotel is also attached to a Wetherspoon pub, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, including club deals (such as Curry Club® and Steak Club®) and a range of hot, soft and alcoholic drinks, all conveniently located for hotel guests to enjoy during their stay with us.