Getting to Us
Situated amongst the steep hills and cobbled streets of historic market town Frome, the Archangel dates back as far as the Domesday book and was first recorded as an Inn in 1311. A view from the outside presents a modest building that was once a medieval coaching inn called The Angel. This grade II listed building was renovated in 2008.
1 King Street, Frome, Somerset
To make a booking, speak to a member of our team about an upcoming visit or to submit feedback, please use the following phone number and email address:
(+44) 01373 456 111
For any marketing or press enquiries, please get in touch with the Landlord on firstname.lastname@example.org
We are located in the centre of Frome where parking is limited. We recommend that you use the Merchants Barton Car Park located at BA11 1PT which is only a two-minute walk from The Archangel. The pay and display car park is £3.60 for 24 hours and free of charge from 6pm to 9am and all day Sunday. Please feel free to give us a call if you require further details on 01373 456111.
TRAVELLING BY CAR
If you’re using Sat Nav enter the postcode BA11 1BH. There are Pay and Display car parks within walking distance in the Town Centre which offer free parking after 6pm.
From London, Swindon M4
Leave the M4 at Jct 17 and follow the A350 south for 29 miles. At Littleton roundabout take the 3rd exit taking the A361 for Trowbridge and Hilperton. Follow the A361 for approximately six miles following signs for Frome. Finally take the B3090 into Frome. After crossing the river bridge take the next left into King Street and you’ll see Archangel on your left.
Follow the A36 south for just over 12 miles. At Warminster Road roundabout take the A361 following signs for Oldford and Frome. Finally take the B3090 into Frome. After crossing the river bridge take the next left into King Street and you’ll see Archangel on your left.
From M27 Southampton and Salisbury
Leave the M27 at Jct 2 and take the A36 for Salisbury and Romsey. Follow the A36 past Salisbury for approximately 40 miles. At Warminster take the first exit for A362 signposted for Frome. Follow for just over six miles until you reach Frome. Continue on A362 untill you reach a roundabout and take the B3090 signposted for Town Centre. Descend down the hill until you reach the centre of Frome. King Street is on your right.
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Frome station sits on the line from Cheltenham to Weymouth and provides a direct service of less than an hour from Bristol, Bath, Yeovil, Dorchester and Weymouth. Frome is just over two hours from London with a change at Bath.
Archangel is a 15 minute walk or a quick taxi ride away.
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