George and Pilgrim's Hotel: "A Pilgrim's Rest" Top 5 Page for this destination Glastonbury Restaurant Tip by hayward68
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This hotel was built in the 15th century and pilgrims from all over stayed here. Fairly wealthy, though less important, pilgrims were the ones that could afford a night's rest at this lodging.
The Pilgrim's Bar inside is very cool, with huge beams and mullioned windows. Large wooden tables are a bit cramped together and you might have to squeeze yourself past someone's chair, but the ambiance is worth it.
There are 13 ensuite rooms upstairs, including 4 poster bed rooms. Not too badly priced at £30.00 to £95.00 per person per night (I've paid more elsewhere for less historic surroundings).
Favorite Dish: I'll admit, I came for the beer ;-) A bag of crisps went along with it quite nicely ;-)
Address: 1 High St.
Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: Around the corner from the Abbey
Phone: +44 (0)1458 831146
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