The Cotley Inn

The Cotley Inn

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Lower Wambrook, Nr. Chard, TA20 3EN
Just a mile and a half from Chard, in the quiet hamlet of Lower Wambrook, the 17th-Century Cotley Inn is surrounded by the peaceful fields and orchards of the Blackdown Hills.

This traditional country pub offers two menus: a lighter selection of dishes for lunch and a more substantial evening menu. During the day you can opt for a tasty baguette, pasta dish or even a steak. The evening menu predominantly features fresh fish and grill options, with delightful specials such as slow-roast belly pork, pan-fried in honey butter and served with butternut squash risotto and Parmesan crisps. For wine connoisseurs, owner and chef Jeff Lavell has put together an appealing wine list; and for those with a sweet tooth, an array of tempting homemade desserts awaits.

The pub's lovely south-facing terrace adds a special touch to a meal at The Cotley. With a child-friendly garden and plenty of parking, this is just the place for a family day out. Jeff puts on a roast every Sunday, plus monthly quiz nights and, in summer, monthly hog roasts complete with a live jazz band. During winter, skittles players can hone their skills at the pub's skittles nights.

The Cotley is simply a lovely place to relax and savour excellent homecooked food in South Somerset's charming countryside
+2The Cotley Inn
Open: Mon-Sun noon-3pm, 6pm-midnight

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