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A chocolate box thatched pub with an outstanding reputation for food and service in a quiet village close to Yeovil. With en suite rooms, Shepherds hut, luxurious cottage, campsite and microbrewery on site as well as a pretty beer garden and wood fired pizza oven it has just about something for everyone!
Fantastic venue open to non residents during low season, refurbished in 2018 with a stage, bar, coffee shop and pub grub.
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 popular place to relax with residents and non-residents alike.
Visit the Cross Keys Inn and you’ll find a traditional, real ale, Somerset country pub. This beautiful 16th Century building is full of charm and character, including original flagstone floors, beautiful elm ceiling beams, a large inglenook fireplace and original monastery stone.
Free house local pub in Somerset between Street & Glastonbury.
At The Railway Inn, Sandford, a warm welcome awaits you. Treat yourself to a delicious meal in our restaurant, have a bar snack in our cosy bar, or simply enjoy a pint of Thatchers Somerset Cider.
Discover real ales, log burning fires and great British pub food at The Farrington Inn.
A favourite watering hole in the Bristol pub scene, The Bell is located at the bottom of Stokes Croft in central Bristol. This pub is full of character like its local area, with a graffiti mural along the outside wall, and some DJ decks in the corner for Friday and Saturday nights.
The Bower Inn is a beautiful 18th century building surrounded by a picturesque cottage garden on the outskirts of Bridgwater. Set on the edge of the Somerset Levels it’s within easy access from the M5 Motorway and offers a quality country pub, 16-room hotel and 42-seater restaurant.
This traditional inn is a little gem tucked away in the village of Almondsbury, taking its name from the shape of the land surrounding the Severn estuary, which can be seen from the inn.
To be found at the very heart of Bath’s fashionable society, No.15 Great Pulteney is elegant
Wychwood B&B provides guests with comfortable and quiet en-suite accommodation
Enjoy a traditional family holiday with us here at Riverside Holiday Village.
The Victoria Art Gallery is located in the centre of Bath.
Brean Caravan Shop sells a huge range of products.
At Burrow Hill we make traditional ciders as well as Somerset Cider Brandy. Visit the farm and see t