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Viceroy

Indian11.5 miles 4 Culme Way EX14 4JP

Viceroy prides itself on being at the cutting edge of Indian dining. The decor is sleek and minimalist, and the menu is refreshingly novel. Critics and diners alike have great things to say of this innovative Indian restaurant, and I am no exception. Stir-fried scallops with Kerala spices; chicken marinated with cream cheese, cas...

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The Prince of Wales

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.5 miles TA21 0PN

The Prince of Wales Inn is located in the charming village of Holcombe Rogus, near the eastern end of the Grand Western Canal. Occupying a 17th-Century building, the pub has recently been beautifully refurbished. Under new ownership, it is fast gaining a reputation as one of the best places in the area to enjoy traditional food and r...

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Ashill Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.7 miles Ashill EX15 3NL

A firm fixture in the Ashill community, this charming village pub is a shelter for all. On the culinary front, there's a range of traditional options to choose from, in addition to a daily changing specials board - guests could opt to begin with smoked salmon, prawn and crab roulade and follow with confit duck leg on a bed of bubble...

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The Windwhistle Inn

Traditional11.8 miles Cricket St Thomas TA20 4DQ

Dating back to the 17th century, this attractive pub was once a notorious smuggler’s haunt and still retains an air of historical, roguish charm. The original building has been extended to incorporate a peaceful restaurant, a function room and a large conservatory where the popular Sunday carvery is served. Conveniently located ...

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The George Inn

British11.8 miles Chard Street Chardstock EX13 7BX

New owner Linda and her family have recently taken over The George, a 15th-Century traditional inn nestling in the heart of the picturesque village of Chardstock, close to the Devon, Somerset and Dorset borders. The interior is full of olde-worlde charm, with linenfold panelling, large oak beams and stone mullioned windows - there's...

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The Rose and Crown

Traditional11.8 miles Silver Street East Lambrook TA13 5HF

The Rose and Crown is delightfully situated in the peaceful and historic village of East Lambrook, opposite East Lambrook Manor and Margery Fish's famous garden. This beautifully restored inn is renowned for its good food, which is always freshly prepared from ingredients supplied by only the best local producers and suppliers. He...

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The Golden Fleece

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants12 miles Perry Street TA20 4QH

This charming country restaurant has been in the capable hands of Carol and Paul Bloomfield for the past five years, and certainly lives up to its reputation for traditional home-cooked food, served in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Horse brasses decorate an enormous open fireplace, and prints by local artist Dick Sturgeon ador...

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Provender

Deli and Cafe, Cafés12.3 miles 3 Market Square South Petherton Nr. Yeovil TA13 5BT

Provender is a West Country café and deli selling local produce including farmhouse and local cheeses, smoked meat and fish, olives, local apple juice and ciders. Speciality breads are baked every day and delicious coffee and homemade lunches are served in the extremely popular 30-seater café. The team are passionate...

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The George

British12.5 miles Commercial Road EX15 3EB

Though just two miles off the M5 motorway, The George, a traditional 18th-century coaching inn and hostelry, is located at the heart of Uffculme’s Conservation Area. The George’s period character has been creatively retained to provide a relaxing ambience with diverse features that make the modern inn appea...

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The Waterloo Cross

British12.7 miles Uffculme EX15 3ES

A family-friendly pub in Cullompton, The Waterloo Cross specialises in deliciously comforting British pub classic, sharing plates and quick bites. Cask ales from Marston's breweries and world wines are offered at the bar, and guests can enjoy the lush al fresco area for both outdoor drinking and dining during warmer weather. The litt...

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New Farm Restaurant

Modern European12.7 miles TA13 5LQ

Jane and Crispin Bond, proprietors of the New Farm Restaurant, converted this Hamstone building into a restaurant over 20 years ago. Originally a farm run by Jane’s family since the late 1800s, the ethos emphasises local produce freshly prepared and served with a smile. Jane’s sister Sue will welcome you on arrival and ensure ...

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Combe House Hotel

British12.8 miles Holford TA5 1RZ

Known locally as Somerset’s best-kept secret, Combe House Hotel can be found just a stone’s throw from Bridgwater, on the edge of the picturesque Quantock Hills. This beautiful country house is home to an exquisite restaurant as well as 17 individually styled guest bedrooms. The rooms boast a tranquil setting and come with all...

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The Olive Mill

Mediterranean, British13.2 miles Bath Road Chilton Polden TA7 9AH

The A39 runs across the Polden Hills, between Street and Bridgwater, and situated just off the main road lies The Olive Mill, commanding wonderful views across the Peat Moors. From the outside, it may appear to be a typical inn, but inside you'll find a piece of the Mediterranean set in the landscape of rural Somerset. The Olive Mill...

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The Bicknoller Inn

Modern European, British13.4 miles 32 Church Lane TA4 4EL

Hidden amidst the beautiful Quantock Hills is the historic village of Bicknoller. Picture-postcard pretty, it is an idyll of thatched cottages, country churches, rambling brooks and manor houses. But what village could be truly called quintessentially English without a pub to call its own' The Bicknoller Inn is just that, complete w...

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The Red Tile

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.5 miles Cossington TA7 8LN

Dating back to the 18th Century, The Red Tile was originally an old-fashioned, thatch-roofed watering hole. Fashionably updated during the Bridgwater tile industry boom, the pub received its famous red roof and was consequently given a new name by American pilots during World War II. Already impressed by its heritage, my partner...

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