The Shrubbery Hotel

The Shrubbery Hotel

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
17 Commercial Road, Shepton Mallet, BA4 5BU
Not one to get lost in the foliage of mediocrity, The Shrubbery Hotel is an exemplary place to stay in the region. Standing in the ancient market town of Shepton Mallet, this hotel is an ideal base for people aiming to visit the many tourist attractions in the area. With the Mendip Hills, Cheddar Gorge and even Worthy Farm just a few of the places in close proximity, The Shrubbery Hotel serves as a cosy retreat for those visiting Somerset.

The rooms at The Shrubbery are immaculately presented and designed with comfort firmly in mind. But it's not just the location and comfy rooms that have people returning on a regular basis; once you sample the food at The Shrubbery you will soon understand why this place is so popular. The Shrubbery's food is produced to a high standard and ranges from succulent grilled dishes (I especially enjoyed the rack of back ribs in barbecue sauce) to delightful seafood dishes. And judging by the quality of my partner's grilled lobster, the latter is something that The Shrubbery really excels at. To further enliven the atmosphere at The Shrubbery, there is a wide range of real ales, local ciders, international beers and chilled wines to indulge in. Achieving the perfect balance between elegant hotel and classy gastropub, The Shrubbery Hotel wows all who visit.
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Open: Mon-Sat 10am-2pm, 6pm-9pm

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