Woolpack Inn

Woolpack Inn

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Shepherds Way, St Georges, Weston-super-Mare, BS22 7XE
This 17th-Century coaching house sits on the old highway to the West Country, and once functioned as a wool-packing station that baled some of the West Country's wool for the clothing mills of the North. The inn is just minutes from the M5 and the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare. Having taken the reins of the Woolpack five years ago, Rose Cunningham and Steve Beasley have since turned it into a thriving enterprise.

The kitchen team at the Woolpack have a great relationship with their suppliers and as a result all ingredients are beautifully fresh and of the finest quality. To start we shared the mussels in lime and ginger - each one bursting with tangy juices - and the impressive homemade antipasto platter. And so to the mains; I ordered my Aberdeen Angus rump steak medium-rare, and it arrived exactly as I had specified. My companion had the fresh tuna loin with basil and chilli - possibly the best tuna I've ever sampled. Full to bursting, we only managed one dessert between the two of us, a deliciously light white chocolate cheesecake. The Woolpack is popular for good reason - so why not hurry along for a delicious meal, to sample the famous carvery, or simply for a refreshing pint of Butcombe ale. Open: Mon-Sat
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Open: Mon-Sat 11am-11pm; Sun noon-10.30pm Food Served: Mon-Sat noon-9.30pm; Sun noon-9pm (carvery)

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