Pubs in Somerset
What can be more English than walking to a village pub for a pint of the local ale or cider?
With more than 20 micro-breweries in Somerset, the chances that the ‘special’ is brewed just round the corner are quite high.
The County is fortunate in being home to a wide range of pubs.
Some are in sleepy villages, some at the heart of bustling market towns, some miles from anywhere and some just off the motorway.
There are those claiming to be among the oldest in the country and others that are brand new.
There are pubs serving top flight gourmet meals and pubs offering traditional farmhouse all-you-can-eat roasts.
We have pubs that come into their own when the nights draw in and warming log fires are a bonus or pubs that are best known for their al fresco eating on a summer evening.
We have pubs where the locals like to set the world to rights and pubs that cater for especially for families.
Whatever you’re looking for in a pub you will find a fine example in Somerset.
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Weston Super Mare
Our Feathers Bar has been elegantly designed and refurbished with comfort in mind. Open daily for morning coffee, drinks, real ales, snacks, afternoon tea and cakes proving a...
Taunton's most chic spot to catch up with friends, enjoy a meal with the family or a romantic dinner. Whether you're looking for healthy or hearty, you'll find it at Brazz. Start your day off with...
Burnham On Sea
The Beachcomber is a fantastic pub, restaurant and free entertainment venue in Brean. There is a...
At The Railway Inn, Sandford, a warm welcome awaits you. Treat yourself to a delicious meal in our...
Visit the Cross Keys Inn and you’ll find a traditional, real ale, Somerset country pub. This...
The Knatchbull Arms began life as a private house...
The Ring O’Bells is an 18th Century “free house”...