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Traditional restaurants in South Somerset

The Swan at Kingston

Traditional15.6 miles Taunton Road Kingston St Mary TA2 8HW

A real heart of the community, The Swan at Kingston offers a warm welcome to locals and visitors alike. Attractively decorated, with squashy armchairs by a roaring fire, painted stone walls and exposed wooden beams, this venue is bursting with traditional charm. In warmer months the verdant beer garden is also delightful, and gues...

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The Pheasant Inn

Traditional15.7 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 White Hart

Traditional15.8 miles 548 Caundle Street DT9 5FP

A classic country pub and kitchen, The White Hart is nestled in the tranquil village of Bishop’s Caundle, surrounded by open fields and thatched cottages. Having been taken over by a new team, The White Hart now boasts a tasty menu of homemade British classics as well as an exciting calendar of upcoming events, including charity...

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The York Inn

Traditional15.9 miles Honiton Road Churchinford TA3 7RF

Whether you fancy a hearty lunch after a dog walk on the rugged Blackdown Hills, or a relaxed evening meal out with friends, this delightful country pub is sure to rise to the occasion. A beautiful, rural setting invites guests in to discover the warm welcome that awaits at The York Inn. Get comfy in a leather armchair by the wood...

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The Sherston Inn

Traditional16.2 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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The Pymore Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants16.2 miles Pymore DT6 5PN

The Pymore Inn is housed in a Georgian creeper-clad building that dates back to 1760. Just a mile north of Bridport off the A3066, it's easy to reach but benefits from a rural location. The pub retains the traditional charm of inns of old with panelled walls and a beautiful fireplace and wood burner, and outside is a large walled ga...

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The Rumwell Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants16.4 miles Rumwell TA4 1EL

The Rumwell Inn is situated near the beautiful Blackdown Hills and is certainly worth seeking out. Outside, the pretty beer garden offers fantastic views of the local area, while the interior offers a maze of nooks and crannies for discreet dining, with larger areas for groups and parties. To start I enjoyed the prawn gateau - the...

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The Nog Inn

Traditional16.6 miles South Street BA9 9DL

The award-winning Nog Inn is conveniently located in Wincanton within easy reach of the A303. On the borders of Somerset, Devon, and Wiltshire, Wincanton is a central pit-stop and is a great foodie destination in its own right. Great quality, freshly prepared food is what the pub is best known for, in addition to the excellent ran...

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The Bear Inn

Traditional16.6 miles 12 Market Place BA9 9LP

The market town of Wincanton is home to The Bear Inn, a charming family-run pub serving wholesome British fare. Fans of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novels will be interested to hear that Wincanton is officially twinned with Ankh-Morpork – the premier city in the fantasy series – and The Bear Inn is the headquarters for Hogsw...

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The Loders Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants16.7 miles Loders DT6 3SA

This 17th-Century pub is located in the beautiful west Dorset village of Loders, just a short drive from Bridport and the famous Jurassic Coast. Open every day, The Loders Arms offers quality home-prepared meals using as much locally sourced produce as possible. The Loders Arms was taken over in May 2009 by Mike and Julie Webb, lon...

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Bull Terrier

Traditional16.8 miles Long Street Croscombe BA5 3QJ

�The Bull Terrier is one of the oldest licensed pubs in Somerset, with some parts of the building dating from 1612. Flagstone floors, open fires and original beams all feature in the main bar, which is cosy and inviting. Ruth and Barry Vidler have owned the pub for 12 years, and pride themselves on using local produce, with the ...

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The Cannards Well

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants16.8 miles Cannards Grave Road BA4 4LY

If you thought hospitality was a thing of the past, then visit this hostelry, where customers are really made to feel at home. Savvy travellers booking one of the 18 bedrooms will visit nearby attractions, including the cathedral cities of Wells and Bath, mystical Glastonbury and the impressive Cheddar Gorge. The rustic charm of the ...

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The George Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants16.9 miles Church Street BS28 4AB

Nestled in the Somerset countryside, the historic village of Wedmore lies between the River Axe and the River Brue. A traditional Somerset village, Wedmore takes its name from Saxon times, and means 'hunting moor' - an apt place then to savour a George boar burger, accompanied by onion marmalade and smoked Applewood Cheddar. Offeri...

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Sexeys Arms

Traditional16.9 miles Blackford BS28 4NT

The Sexeys Arms is set in the heart of the countryside on the main road from Burnham-on-Sea to Wells, not far from Cheddar and the beauty of the Mendips. The Sexeys is open to everybody; children and dogs are welcome, and a secure children’s play area opposite the pub will keep the little ones occupied while you enjoy a pint in the...

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Ilchester Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants17 miles Symondsbury DT6 6HD

Taking its name from the Earl of Ilchester, this beautiful 16th-Century thatched inn is one of the key landmarks in the village. Landlord Mike Rawles was born in the parish of Symondsbury and is a familiar face in the area, proud to be serving up great-value food, from baguettes to local fish and steaks, courtesy of chef Jane Legg....

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