Food & Drink


The Apple Tree Inn

The Apple Tree Inn, West Pennard, BA6 8ND, Glastonbury


The Apple Tree Inn is a large roadside pub dating back to 1674 which has retained many original features whilst adding a farm shop within the front bar area.

The Apple Tree Inn

Most of the food offerings are locally sourced with meat being provided by the pubs owner from his own livestock.
There is a back room with a dining area and a snug which is used by the locals.
The Glastonbury festival site is close to the pub and opening hours are affected during the festival.
Bus services pass the door Mon to Sat (not public holidays) every 2 hours on Shepton Mallet, Glastonbury & Street route. The last bus to Street is 16.25 and the last to Shepton Mallet is 18.10.


At least five medieval houses still survive in part, probably the earliest Old Farmhouse, East Street, which has true crucks similar to those in Bridge Farm, Baltonsborough, which date from the mid 14th century. (fn. 50) Significant alterations and additions were made to several houses in the later 16th and the earlier 17th centuries including upper floors in Higher Southtown Farm, remodelling at Pennard Farm (datestone 1640), and a new wing at Manor Farmhouse, Coxbridge. The Cottage, Higher Southtown, is a timber framed building of the early 17th century. At least four surviving houses date from the mid or late 17th century including Sticklinch Manor and the Apple Tree inn. (fn. 51) The house of a yeoman at Newtown in 1678 comprised porch, hall, parlour, two butteries, and kitchen on the ground floor and five chambers over including a cheese chamber. (fn. 52) There was significant rebuilding of farm houses in the early 19th century.

Opening Hours

Tuesday – Sunday 12:00 – 22:00


The Apple Tree Inn
The Apple Tree Inn
West Pennard
United Kingdom

T: 01749 899205


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