Located right in the centre of Frome, the Archangel has an excellent reputation for its vibrant, warm hospitality, top quality restaurant food and quirky but first class accommodation.
What makes a stay at Archangel unique?
First recorded as an Inn in 1311, the Archangel despite extensive renovations still reveals its medieval history with ancient beams and walls. Modern touches have been added such as suspended glass mezzanine cube, Italian-made mustard yellow chairs and zinc-topped bar.
What style cuisine is on offer at Archangel?
The Chef uses the best ingredients he can find and uses local suppliers so you can expect that the food is expertly crafted with a real passion for the British countryside. With a large selection of ales, wines and cocktails, the bar is the perfect place to enjoy a vibrant atmosphere.
What is the signature dish at Archangel?
Signature dishes include seared scallops with hogs pudding, pear & celeriac puree to start; pan roasted hake fillet, white bean & fennel cassoulet, wide garlic dumplings and pancetta for main; and chocolate nemesis with cassis compote and crème fraiche to finish.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Archangel?
The ten bedrooms are decorated in deep, rich purples and golds and include luxurious details such as sumptuous velvet curtains, zinc roll-top bathtubs and gold Florentine headboards. Facilities include high quality linen, natural bath and body products from Bramley, a flat-screen television and Wifi.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Frome area?
Experience melodic Mellow Sundays in the Archangel. On Tuesdays, you can improve your wellbeing, stance and wellness with Mairi Connolly's Pilates classes and when the craftsman Frome Independent Market takes over the town, the Archangel will be facilitating their own one of a kind exceptional festivals back at the Archangel.
The Archangel have many different events spaces and can cater for small or big events – from birthdays, dinner parties, team meetings or weddings. The Archangel are proud to be part of The Epicurean Collection, a group of boutique countryside inns dedicated to the finest in British food, comfort and culture — all set in some of England's most idyllic locations.