Dunstan House Inn
If you’re exploring the seaside town of Burnham-on-Sea, you won’t want to pass up the opportunity to visit Dunstan House. Recently refurbished, this fantastic pub offers a cosy, traditional setting with all the benefits of modern comfort. Pair this with a relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff and you’re sure to feel right at home. Those dining can expect a menu of top-notch locally sourced food. Tempting starters include the likes of Brixham crab and prawn salad with Bloody Mary sauce, and devilled lamb’s kidneys on toast. Follow with Young’s ale-battered cod fillet served with rustic chips, mushy peas and homemade tartare sauce, or perhaps the sumptuous shepherd’s pie made with slow-cooked shoulder of lamb. The succulent 28-day-aged Angus beef sirloin steak is particularly delicious, and there’s always a catch of the day on the specials board. The pub also boasts six en-suite guest rooms, making it a great destination for a weekend getaway.