Somerset bed and breakfast accommodation
The Old Masonic Lodge B&B
The Old Masonic Lodge Somerset bed and breakfast b&b accommodation
B&B Accommodation in Somerset from £27 per room
The Old Masonic Lodge bed and breakfast, in the Somerset Market Town of Shepton mallet. A perfect place to stay when visiting the West Country. On route from Stonehenge to Wells Cathederal and 15 minutes from Glastonbury Tor.  Perfectly located for visiting the Royal Crescent Bath, Cheddar Gorge, the caves of Wookey and Concord at The Fleet Air Arm Museum.

The old Masonic Lodge

Somerset bed and breakfast

The old Masonic B&B is a listed building situated in a conservation area near to the centre of the historic market town of Shepton Mallet, which nestles in the beautiful Mendip Hills. Enjoy a warm and friendly welcome in our grade 2 listed Lodge. Steeped in history, once a mill, then home to an order of nuns, and later on a Masonic lodge. Enjoy the freedom of the guest kitchen for your convenience. Free WiFi

Offering clean and tidy bed and breakfast accommodation for those travelling on a budget or working in the area (the royal Bath and West Showground, Glastonbury Festival etc ) with shops, cafes and bars within a few hundred yards, making us perfectly located for exploring Somerset.


      Free WiFi.

      Free self-service breakfast.

      (Of cereal tea, coffee and toast).

      Free use of kitchen.

      Between the hours of 8 AM and 8 PM,
      (so that residents can prepare their own
      food and save on the cost of eating out)

The perfect break a bed and breakfast in Somerset

 The West Wing of the old Masonic Lodge Bed & Breakfast.
Although not the oldest part of the building. It has some of the most interesting history, having originally been constructed as a mill in the 1700s. The river Sheppey runs in a culvert, directly under the building with a side tunnel feeding the short mill leat that would have originally fed an undershot water wheel, in the far end of the building. In 1810, the Roman Catholic order of the visitation, purchased the property renaming it St. Sales Convent, and converting the former mill to a chapel with nuns cells above. Its first use as a Masonic meeting place was in 1835. During the Second World War the premises were requisitioned and used as a hospital by British and latterly American troops. The last meeting, held here by the Masonic brethren, was in May 2002. From then until the present day, It has become our family home.
Why suffer the pain of long traffic jams trying to get all the way to Cornwall, When you can stop in a Somerset bed and breakfast. Somerset the jewel of the West Country, Shepton Mallet sits in the centre of the county with all the major attractions, radiating around us
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