North Perrott

North Perrott is a hamlet / small village lying to the north of the River Parrett from which its name is derived. It has changed little in size since it was surveyed for the Domesday Book. Ham stone houses line the road, the ham stone having once been quarried in the parish. The Manor House was built in 1877 by Thomas Henry Wyatt for P.M. Hoskyns and is now a school.




bed2We offer comfortable en-suite rooms equipped with

  • Tea and coffee making facilities,
  • Radio alarms,
  • Hairdryers
  • Complimentary toiletries

Five of the eight rooms are situated in our Coach House, to the rear of the Inn, with three being on the ground floor. A further three rooms are located above the Inn.

We have a family room with a double and two singles - price on application depending on number of occupants. There are cots and high chairs available too.

We provide bed and breakfast accommodation deals.


Prices per room per night

Rooms are closed on Sunday nights and the bar is closed on Sunday evening and all day Monday.



  • Monday - Saturday  £65 per night


  • Monday - Saturday  £55 per night

Family 4 people

  • Monday - Saturday £120 per night

Family 3 people

  • Monday - Saturday £90 per night





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