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The Queen Victoria

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.2 miles Pelting Drove Priddy BA5 3BA

Nestled deep in the Mendip Hills, Priddy is a small and unassuming village, yet one brimming with historical interest. With its fantastic surrounding countryside, this area is a magnet for walkers, families and cavers who visit for the famous Swildon's Hole, the longest cave in the Mendip Hills. The Queen Victoria began its life...

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The Westbury Inn

Modern British2.2 miles Westbury-sub-Mendip BA5 1HA

Situated in the picturesque Somerset countryside, only a short drive from Wells and Cheddar, The Westbury Inn is truly charming. With a sociable bar area, beer garden and superb restaurant serving extremely reasonably priced food, this inn is a great little find. On arrival, my companion and I were met with the sound of convivia...

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The Rodney Stoke Inn

Traditional2.7 miles Wells Road Rodney Stoke BS27 3XB

If you’ve spent a day exploring Cheddar Gorge, Wells or Wookey Hole Caves and are in need of refreshment, take a drive to The Rodney Stoke Inn, which boasts a campsite for those wishing to stay overnight. The à la carte and specials board offer plenty to satisfy hungry guests, including everything from tapas dishes and sandwiches ...

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Sadler's Brasserie at The White Hart

British3.4 miles Sadler Street BA5 2RR

A stone's throw from Wells Cathedral, Sadler's Brasserie at The White Hart presents British-inspired dishes made using seasonal ingredients. Head chef Matthew Briddon brings experience from some of the UK's top kitchens, including The River Caf?, and Michelin-starred Heathcotes Restaurant.

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Sadler’s Brasserie

Brasserie, British3.4 milesThe White Hart Sadler Street BA5 2RR

Nestled in England’s smallest city, The White Hart in Wells is where you’ll find Sadler’s Brasserie. The Sadler’s team greeted us with a warm welcome before we took a seat in a cosy corner and perused the wine list.
The restaurant has a comfortable ambience: the walls are adorned with beautiful art, with relaxing cl...

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Goodfellows

Modern European, British3.4 miles 5 Sadler Street BA5 2RR

Tucked away amid the medieval streets of the city of Wells, Goodfellows awaits visitors and locals alike. Adam Fellows first opened this stunning enterprise with his wife Martine in 2004. Inspired by his training in some of the most influential restaurants across Europe, Adam takes the essence of Mediterranean cuisine and cleverly...

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The Swan Hotel

Modern British3.4 miles 11 Sadler Street BA5 2RX

The four-star, independently owned Swan Hotel ticks so many boxes; it has been featured in The Michelin Guide since 1911, boasts a well-stocked bar with over 100 gins and has a fantastic view of the west front of Wells Cathedral.
The head chef and kitchen brigade are proud to support Somerset suppliers, and the quality of t...

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Rugantinos

Italian3.4 milesThe Ancient Gatehouse Hotel 20 Sadler Street BA5 2SE

Rugantinos is a fantastic Italian restaurant located within The Ancient Gatehouse Hotel. Situated right on the cathedral green, diners flock to Rugantinos to enjoy fantastic food with a backdrop of Wells’ magnificent cathedral. The clean, contemporary interior reflects the high-quality food served, and makes for a stylish and co...

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Ensemble

Cafe Bar Restaurant, Brasserie3.4 miles 12 Sadler Street BA5 2SE

Situated right in the heart of beautiful Wells is Ensemble, a stylish brasserie that’s reason enough to visit this most charming of cities. We slipped inside on a Saturday afternoon, escaping the hustle and bustle of the market for the bright and airy interior. The decor is effortlessly chic, with brushed gold details juxtaposed...

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Beah

Modern European, British3.4 miles 2 Union Street BA5 2PU

If you should find yourself in the beautiful city of Wells, might I recommend the charming Beah: a restaurant full of warmth and character. Housed in a restored church building, the restaurant retains its stand-out features, with stunning stainedglass windows. Noureddine Bzize, originally from Mohammédia near Casablanca, has ...

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The Pheasant Inn

Traditional3.4 miles Wells Road Wookey BA5 1LQ

Located just outside Wells, The Pheasant Inn is the epitome of traditional country charm. This dog-friendly pub is surrounded by beautiful walks and cycle routes, making it the perfect base from which to explore the area. Pop in to refresh yourself with a pint of real ale, or to sample the gin of the week. The menu is overfl owing...

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The Bishop's Palace

Bistro, British3.5 miles BA5 2PD

Bistro Bar & Restaurant Bar & Restaurant www.foodanddrinkguides.com Somerset Guide 2011 15 WS TD SS A unique venue for wedding receptions and banquets, The Bishop's Palace is a picturesque dream, centrally located in the historic city of Wells. These are exciting times for the palace's restaurant, the Undercroft, as preparat...

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The Bishops Table

Bistro, British3.5 miles The Bishops Palace BA5 2PD

Set in the tranquil gardens of The Bishop's Palace, The Bishop's Table is a recently opened restaurant that is memorable for all the right reasons. Head chef Jamie has devised a scrumptious menu which features locally sourced, deliciously fresh ingredients. I started with Wells rarebit while my wife chose the distinctive sweet p...

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The Sherston Inn

Traditional3.6 miles Priory Road BA5 1SU

�If you are planning a visit to the historic cathedral city of Wells then a welcome stop would be The Sherston Inn, located on the pretty outskirts of this quaint city. The former coaching inn, which once served travellers heading to London, now serves discerning locals drawn to the place by its reputation for delicious dishes c...

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Waldegrave Arms

Modern British3.9 miles The Cross BS40 6BD

A nearby castle and a grade-II-listed clock tower make the Waldegrave Arms' location in the ancient village of East Harptree as close to idyllic as possible. Enter a whimsical world - murmuring fire, exposed stonework adorned with trinkets, copper kettles, gilded mirrors, drapes and fairy lights create a quirkiness befitting a 14t...

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