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Traditional restaurants in South Somerset

The Bell Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.8 miles St Michael's Road Creech St Michael TA3 5DP

This village pub is an ideal stop-off for walkers and cyclists. The Bridgwater and Taunton Canal towpath is a few minutes away and there are many pleasant circular walks in the area. The welcome we received from the enthusiastic staff was warm and genuine; the bar was busy with locals and visitors enjoying the two real ales and ...

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The Golden Fleece

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.9 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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The Chetnole Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants12 miles Chetnole DT9 6NU

Set in the picturesque village of Chetnole, a ten-minute drive from Sherborne, is The Chetnole Inn. There's a snug bar with a wood-burning stove, perfect for predinner drinks or relaxing with a coffee; a cosy flag-stoned main bar; a bright and airy restaurant that's also ideal for private occasions, and a picturesque garden with...

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Crown Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants12.5 miles 1 The Nydon Catcott TA7 9HQ

The Crown Inn is a rustic old country pub just off the A39, deep in the heart of the Somerset Levels and halfway between Glastonbury and Bridgwater. Bob and Row Kingston have breathed life back into this charming traditional pub, and thanks to them it remains an integral part of village life. As you approach the pub, you'll see an ol...

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New Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants12.5 miles Stoke Abbot DT8 3JW

Hosts Kevin and Kirsty will welcome both you and your four-legged friend to The New Inn Stoke Abbott, a 16th-century, traditional, thatched pub, located in the quaint village of Stoke Abbott, just a mile and a half from Beaminster. The New Inn is usually filled with content locals, holidaymakers and walkers enjoying the local countr...

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The Acorn Inn

Traditional12.5 miles 28 Fore Street DT2 0JW

The Acorn Inn has been a fixture in the pretty village of Evershot since the 16th century. A traditional coaching inn, this welcoming pub has gone by various different names throughout its long history but most notably was described as The Sow and Acorn in Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Ubervilles. Inside The Acorn, oak...

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The Monkton

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants12.9 miles Blundells Land West Monkton TA2 8NP

When chef Gareth Street took over The Monkton, he had a clear goal in mind: to create a warm, inviting pub that people will want to travel to because they know they will leave with a smile on their face. Gareth has a passion for traditional English pubs and simple food done well, but knows he needs to move with the times. He therefo...

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The Bathpool Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13 miles 102 Bridgwater Road TA2 8BE

The Bathpool Inn is an authentic and traditional pub located just off the 'old holiday route' of the A38. This inn, which dates back to the 19th Century, has recently been taken over by new management. As I was led to my table, I passed the Bathpool's famous mouth-watering carvery, with a selection of succulent meats and West Country...

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The Merry Monk

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13 miles Monkton Heathfield TA2 8NE

A family establishment through and through, this large pub, restaurant and weddingreception venue is a place to make merry and enjoy a hearty meal in good company. Located just outside Taunton in Monkton Heathfield, The Merry Monk boasts a function room, a large car park and an award-winning garden with a play area. Their menu w...

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The Red Tile

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.3 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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Queens Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.3 miles Wraxall BA4 6RQ

Situated on the A37 near Shepton Mallet, overlooking open countryside and complete with beer garden and parking, the well-run Queens Arms offers something for everyone. A relaxing drink in the tastefully decorated Horse Race Bar, which stocks a selection of real ales, local ciders and a variety of house wines, helps you to unwin...

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The Gainsborough Arms

Traditional13.4 miles 74 Gainsborough Road DT9 5BB

The sign above the door to The Gainsborough Arms promises a warm welcome, and that’s exactly what this enchanting pub delivers. Upon entering, guests are immediately struck by the friendly ambience, and decor that blends modern comfort and traditional charm. The current owners took over in 2018 and have transformed the pub into ...

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The Howley Tavern

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.7 miles Howley TA20 3DX

Hidden away in the rolling Blackdown Hills, this 17th-Century tavern is an affable family-run pub which oozes traditional charm. The Howley offers the ideal country escape, serving rustic and wholesome food to weary travellers and locals alike. The pub is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and you can enjoy amazing vi...

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Ring of Bells

Traditional14.3 miles 16-17 St James Street TA1 1JS

The Ring of Bells is located just across the road from Taunton’s Brewhouse Theatre and a short walk from Somerset County Cricket Ground. Upon entering, my guest and I were greeted by the pleasant sound of chattering locals, the mouth-watering aroma of freshly prepared food and a polite and genuinely helpful team of staff. The co...

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The Plough Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants14.5 miles 75 Station Road TA1 1PB

The Plough is a proper pub: a wooden floorboarded, friendly freehouse selling a huge selection of local cider, scrumpy and real ales (straight from barrels behind the bar) to colourful locals and tourists alike. There are no fruit machines and no loud music here, just a gentle backdrop of blues, with live music on Sunday nights. The...

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