Somerset Branch pubs selling real ale
- Britannia Inn
1 Manor Road
One of the oldest free houses in the Minehead area. Public and Saloon bar and a cocktail bar in the function room. Has a skittle alley and private function room, and a secluded walled garden. There is an extensive traditional bar menu with daily specials and an a la carte or set menu. Near to Dunster, the Quantock hills and Exmoor National Park. En-suite accommodation.
- Britannia Inn 1 Manor Road Alcombe TA24 6EH ku.oc.ebmoclaainnatirb@seiriuqne(01643) 702384
- Old Pound Inn
1 High Street
The Inn stands on the ground of the old village pound. A varying selection of regional ales and a very local cider is pulled from the sprung stillage in the cellar of this large 16th-century village pub. A wonderful open Dutch fire is a feature in the centre of the bar. There is a separate restaurant/function room, public lounge and a delightful snug. Excellent food, including a Sunday carvery is served in the bar or restaurant. Quiz nights held each third Sunday of the month. Bingo nights held first Wednesday and third Saturday of the month. Band nights held on last Friday of the month. More detail on Website and Facebook. Meat Raffle every Friday 4 - 6 pm. The old Pound operates it's own Member and Happy Hour discount scheme.
- Old Pound Inn 1 High Street Aller TA10 0RA moc.nnidnuopdlo@ofni(01458) 250469
- Globe Inn
Situated in the picturesque village of Appley on the West Somerset/Devon border approximately 5.5 miles west of Wellington and within easy access of the M5 motorway via either Junction 26 or Junction 27. Grade II listed rural pub, originally 17th century rendered cob cottages with a slate roof and later extensions. Retains three characterful small rooms, one with a new bar opening, accessed by a central brick floored passage. The old central serving hatch is now hidden behind a blackboard. The two guest ales are from local breweries, such as Quantock, Exmoor and Otter.
- Globe Inn Ham Hill Appley TA21 0HJ ku.oc.ebolgyelppaeht@tcatnoc(01823) 673147
- Bell Inn
3 Main Street
The Bell is a well-run traditional village pub with a changing choice of up to four ales on handpumps and three pins of real cider. Lots of unusual belfry items adorn the walls and a tremendous inglenook open log fire makes it a cosy place for a quiet drink or a family occasion for locals or passing visitors. Well liked and supported by locals with two crib teams and nine resident skittle teams using the well-appointed alley which doubles as a function room and has its own bar. A wide menu choice of locally-sourced, home-cooked meals are served, featuring blackboard specials and a Sunday roast. Live music nights and a Sunday quiz are very popular.
- Bell Inn 3 Main Street Ash TA12 6NS ku.oc.loa@hsannillebeht(01935) 822727
- Albion Inn
14 Bath Road
Runs as a café, pub and truckstop with overnight parking. Breakfasts and wholesome food a speciality. Sunday roast available.
50 Bath Road
Excellent food is the trademark of this family friendly village pub.
- Albion Inn 14 Bath Road Ashcott TA7 9QT ku.oc.ttochsanoiblaeht@ofni(01458) 210281
- Ashill Inn
A 14th century pub of historic interest just off the old A358 between Taunton & Ilminster. This road was origionaly the main road to London on which the Duke of Monmouth was said to travel along although it is not known if he ever called in for a swift one. The pub is Free House and has been in the same family for 50 years. Betty & Brian Rust and their son offer you a warm welcome in comfortable surroundings. A pub worth seeking out.
- Flying Fish
A traditional country pub with a beamed bar and winter log fire. There's a garden with picnic-sets and a large glass-covered walled terrace. There are eight very spacious en-suite rooms in a quiet, separate stable block (6 doubles and 2 twins with one of each being equipped with grab rails to assist those with access issues). The sound-proofed barn, rural-theme in style, is popular for weddings, parties and live music events. There is an extensive menu with a caribbean influence.
- Ashill Inn Ashill TA19 9ND (01823) 480471
- Red Lion Inn
A handsome 14th century thatched country inn with two bar areas with flagstone floors and beams. There is a separate dining room which serves food which has an excellent reputation. Families are welcome and the bar is dog friendly. The pub is handy for the Fleet Air Museum at Yeovilton, the Haynes Motor Museum in Sparkford and for shopping at Clarks Village in Street.
- Red Lion Inn Babcary TA11 7ED ku.oc.yracbabnoilder@ofni(01458) 223230
- Greyhound Inn
1 Miller Cottage
Set in the centre of the village at a cross roads this listed 1700 century pub is the only one for quite some distance. Free House. Wet Sales only.
- Greyhound Inn 1 Miller Cottage Baltonsborough BA6 8QN (01458) 850485
- Barrington Boar
New licensees acquired the pub in 2018. The hamstone pub can be found in the centre of the village opposite the 13th Century church. The village is home to the National Trust property Barrington Court, noted for its famous gardens and oak panel carvings. Very much a food pub but real ale and cider available.
- Barrington Boar Barrington TA19 0JB ku.oc.raobnotgnirrab@ofni(01460) 259281
- Barton St David
- Barton Inn
Barton St David
Abandon normal attitudes as you step through the door of this eccentric establishment (the inverted pub sign on the wall should have warned you). Dogs, muddy boots and children are all welcome. There are a couple of ales on a stillage behind the bar and real cider to quench thirsts but food is restricted to, mainly, a variety of pizzas, a fish and chip van on a Saturday and a Sunday roast. The pub is a big music venue with the last Thursday of every month being open mic night and live music usually at the weekends.
- Barton Inn Main Street Barton St David TA11 6BZ (01458) 850022
- Bason Bridge
- Bason Bridge Inn
38 Church Road
You will find Bason Bridge Inn on Church Road, Bason Bridge near Highbridge. This is a traditional pub which provides meals, accommodation, a garden and pub games.
- Bason Bridge Inn 38 Church Road Bason Bridge TA9 4RL (01278) 782616
- New Mill
Dating back to 1841, the New Mill once nestled upon a meander of the River Tone. The pub has now got a contemporary feel under the ownership of Vintage Inns. In addition to the cask offerings there is also a selection of Thornbridge Brewery beers on offer in bottles. There are various themed food nights and offers as well as a Sunday roast.
- Taunton Rugby Football Club
The Taunton Rugby Football Club is open to nonmembers (show your CAMRA card for free entry to the bar area on match days). The large bar and dining area displays many rugby mementos and photographs. Two guest real ales, mainly from the south west, are served on handpump. A large covered area is provided for smokers. Lunchtime food is only served on match days.
- New Mill Bridgwater Rd Bathpool TA2 8BE (01823) 335258
- Knowle Inn
115 Bath Road
A 16th century country pub situated just a few minutes from Junction 23 of the M5 motorway in Somerset. Extensive menu of dishes ranging from pub favourites to daily specials. The award winning beer garden is famous for floral displays in the summer. It also has a fish pond as well as a large covered smoking area.
- Knowle Inn 115 Bath Road Bawdrip TA7 8PN ku.oc.nnielwonkeht@sgnikoob(01278) 683330
- Jim's Cider Shack
Whether you are a cider lover or not this is well worth finding. It is situated down a lane called Bere Road off the A372 between Othery and Langport, on a very sharp bend. You will be greeted by Jim and his wife Mary two who are most welcoming. Only if you have booked for a party of people they will do a Ploughman's lunch of Beef, Cheese or Ham followed by a Fruit Crumble for £20.00 per head including all the Cider you can drink in two Hours!! As well as being able to purchase cider you can also purchase apple juice, cider vinegar, locally produced honey, jams, chutneys and pickles, cheese, free range eggs, traditional cider pottery and seasonal vegetables and logs. Normally open to 17:00 but may be later on a Friday or Saturday evening.
- Jim's Cider Shack Woodpecker Lodge Bere TA10 0QX moc.tcennoctb@1reykcol(01458) 250166
- Bicknoller Inn
32 Church Lane
Set in the centre of a delightful village this Palmers Brewery pub has small rooms off the main bar and a restaurant at the back. There is a large courtyard outside for a pleasant summer tipple. Charity and themed nights feature on the event calendar. The pub runs two boules teams and five skittles teams. A fish and chip night is popular on a Tuesday. There is a TV for certain selected sports such as the Six Nations rugby.
- Bicknoller Inn 32 Church Lane Bicknoller TA4 4EL moc.tcennoctb@nnirellonkcibeht(01984) 656234
- Bishops Hull
- Constitutional Club
Bishops Hull Road
The Constitutional Club is a friendly, welcoming club which is open to members only.
- Old Inn
Bishops Hull Road
The Old Inn is a beautiful character village pub. There is two distinctive areas and six letting rooms. NOTE - BAR REOPENS 4th NOVEMBER 2019
- Constitutional Club Bishops Hull Road Bishops Hull TA1 5EG (01823) 272421
- Bishops Lydeard
- Bird in Hand
34 Mount Street
A family run country pub in the heart of the village at the foot of the Quantock hills and just a 10 minute walk from the West Somerset Heritage Railway. Dogs and muddy boots are welcome at this family friendly pub. Usually two local and South West brewery ales on hand pumps. Home cooked locally sourced food. The slate floor bar has a cosy log burner fire. A quiz night is held every Wednesday. There is a skittle alley which is available for functions, and a large beer garden at the rear of the pub provides an ideal setting in the summer.
- Lethbridge Arms
16th century coaching inn in an attractive village at the foot of the Quantock hills. Popular with locals and near the West Somerset Railway. The pub provides good quality, locally sourced food. Frequently used by railway enthusiasts, there are numerous photographs and paintings of maps and railway scenes.
- Quantock Brewery Tap
Westridge Way, Broadgauge Business Park
Brewery tap room normally serves four regular and two changing cask beers on handpump from the brewery. There are also upto ten Quantock key-keg beers available (Titanium, QPA and Larger Than Life) plus a monthly ‘small batch’ key-keg (subject to availability). Several guest key-keg beers always available. Quantock keg cider always available. Special thirsty Thursday (5.30 - 7pm) discount £1 pint for cask ales. A brewery shop plus online and phone line supplies for takeaway and free delivery upo 12 miles. Shop open Mon-Sat 11am - 4pm for off sales only. There is usually an annual beer festival in July and there are regular live band and comedy nights.
- Bird in Hand 34 Mount Street Bishops Lydeard TA4 3LH ku.oc.loa@43dnahnidrib(01823) 432090
- Candlelight Inn
Set in a pretty village in the heart of the Blackdown hills, this friendly country pub features flint walls, wooden floors and open fires. Lovely garden for those warm summer days. Meals use local produce where possible. Beers come mostly from west country breweries and there is usually a selection of real ciders available. There is a large dining room which is available for large parties and private functions. The pub is closed on a Monday during the winter months.
- Candlelight Inn Bishopswood TA20 3RS ku.oc.nni-thgileldnac@ofni(01460) 234476
- Sexeys Arms Inn
A 16th century pub with stone floors, beamed ceilings and open fireplaces. There is a secure children's play area opposite the pub. The restaurant is decorated in an authentic Native American Style. The opening hours are for summer. In winter weekday and Saturday lunchtime opening is 12:00 to 14:00 and Saturday evening is 19:00 to 23:00.
- Sexeys Arms Inn Sexeys Road Blackford BS28 4NT (01934) 712487
- Blagdon Hill
- Lamb & Flag
This free house originally built in 1705 had a splendid major refurbishment in 2016 but retains originality with some 16th century wooden beams, traditional furniture and a double sided fireplace. Excellent and varied menu from locally sourced suppliers. Kind, friendly and helpful staff makes this pub a popular destination and it is well worth a visit. Has an excellant garden and a large skittle alley suitable for private functions.
- Lamb & Flag Blagdon Hill Blagdon Hill TA3 7SL ku.oc.galfdnabmal@ofni(01823) 421893
- Blue Anchor
- Blue Anchor Hotel
Large rambling country pub with fantastic views across the Bristol Channel. Unfortunately, cliff erosion is reducing the size of the garden and is putting the future of the pub at risk. However the pub is very much open during the summer months when the tourist season is in full swing you are likely to find up to two ales on handpump and a choice of ciders.
- Smugglers Inn
The pub is situated across the road from the sandy beach at Blue Anchor Bay, a quiet coastal location. You can stay here as there are 3 letting rooms and there are three dining areas to enjoy a meal. The West Somerset Railway stops here.
- Blue Anchor Hotel Blue Anchor TA24 6JP (01984) 640239
- Bower Hinton
- Rose & Crown
A relaxed and friendly venue offering a bar menu of good value home cooked meals or lighter bites. Hosting a regular quiz and free live music at weekends. Live coverage for all sporting events including football and rugby from sky sports and BT sports. Handy for a stop off if travelling to and from the west country on the A303.
- Rose & Crown Bower Hinton TA12 6JY ku.oc.notnihrewobeisoreht@ycart(01935) 822393
- Bradford on Tone
- Apple Bay Bar & Restaurant
Bradford on Tone
Apple Bay Bar is a modern bar and restaurant owned by Sheppy's Cider Co and built within the complex of the much older buildings. A polypin and a range of bottled beers (Bath, Arbor, Exmoor, Wild Beer) are available alongside the entire range of Sheppy's cider which is made on the farm situated within the premises. It has a café, restaurant and an extensive deli shop as well as an interesting museum. Tours are available on request. Buses of Somerset Service 22/22A stops outside between Taunton & Wellington Daily, including public holidays. Certain services extend to Tiverton via Uffculme and Willand. Also Dartline Bus Service 20 Taunton, Wellington, Dunkerswell, Honiton and Seaton. Not Sundays or Public Holidays. No services 25th or 26th December or 1st January.
- White Horse Inn
Bradford on Tone
This friendly village pub is very much a community affair, housing the local shop run by villagers in outbuildings. A warm welcome is assured in the bar and restaurant, which are both heated by real fires in winter. The beautiful large garden hosts barbecues in summer. Excellent food is locally sourced and home-cooked, and theme food nights are held. Regular events include music jam sessions, quiz nights and tabletop sales. The skittle alley doubles as a function room. N.B. Opening hours for Autumn and Winter.
- Worlds End
Bradford on Tone
A Victorian house that has been converted into a pub and restaurant. The pub has a secluded terrace, a delightfully restored interior, ample parking and the patio has tables arranged around an open fire pit. Free function/meeting room available for private dining, parties or business meetings.
- Apple Bay Bar & Restaurant Three Bridges Bradford on Tone TA4 1ER moc.redicsyppehs@ofni(01823) 461233
- Beachcomber Inn
Food available all day. Bar in entertainment area so can be very busy and noisy at times.
- Breakers Bar
Beach Bar and Restaurant with live entertainment 4 nights a week during the holiday season.
- Brean Down Inn
The Brean Down Inn is situated only 100 yards behind the main 7 mile beach at Brean, reputed to be the second longest stretch of sand in Europe. Large pub with several rooms and a large paved area. 2 beers plus ciders from orchard pig and black rat. Food available all day. Walking distance of 21 bus.
Upstairs above shops directly opposite Pontins. Food served all day.
- Seagull Inn
Part of the Northam Farm holiday complex. Food from 11:00, covered patio smoking area, large entertainment area for shows.
- Tavern Bar
Part of the leisure park at Holiday Resort Unity.
- Beachcomber Inn Warren Road Brean TA8 2RP (01278) 751110
- Brent Knoll
- Fox & Goose Inn
A picturesque Somerset inn, parts of which are believed to date from the 18th Century, with a recently constructed adjoining lodge style hotel. Conference facilities available. 3 changing ales with customers voting for next ales on.
- Red Cow
134 Brent Street
A traditional countryside family run inn serving two good ales and a good but basic range of pub food served by friendly bar staff. From the outside it is a nice looking pub with lovely old red brickwork elevations and a front entrance leading into a large restaurant area with a much smaller locals bar area off to the left. To the rear is a skittle alley.
- Fox & Goose Inn Bristol Road Brent Knoll TA9 4HH moc.nniesoogdnaxof@noitpecer(01278) 760008
- Badgers Holt
A quaint traditional country pub dating back to the 1750’s. For many years it was used as the meeting point for Exmoor ponies to be driven to Bampton market, encaptured on old photographs in the pub. Located at Bridgetown, in the heart of Exmoor National Park, it is a delightful drive up the A396 from Tiverton on a road meandering along the banks of the river Exe. Across the road is a lovely cricket ground, featured in Wisden as the prettiest cricket ground in England. Bus route to/from Tiverton, Dulverton, Minehead. The pub has 3 real ales in summer and two in winter.
- Badgers Holt Bridgetown TA22 9JL (01643) 851204
- Admirals Landing
Situated at the old town docks next to the River Parrett and canal basin. Large pub close to the town centre. 2 real ales. Homemade food including Sunday and Wednesday carvery. Separate dining area. Pool table, darts, fruit machines. Dock side tables and bench seating.
- Bird in Hand
48-50 Bristol Road
Edge of town pub which does not serve food. Bays Topsail being served at time of visit.
- Bower Inn
The Bower Inn is an attractive 18th century building set in a picturesque cottage garden with numerous picnic tables. Emphasis is on dining and accommodation though there is a comfy non-dining area. Local produce is used including neighbours honey free range eggs. Very convenient for M5.
- Bridgwater & Albion Rugby Football Club
Club with excellent facilities both for rugby and social events. Able to cater for events such as weddings, conferences or meetings and can seat up to 250 people.
- Bridgwater Railway Club
Formerly the GWRSA club.
- British Flag
77-83 Chilton Street
Popular community pub on the edge of town. Sports TV. A carnival club is based at the pub. Numerous pub teams playing skittles, pool and darts. Live music most Saturday nights & occasional karaoke. A large rear garden is completely enclosed for the safety of children
- Carnival Inn
37-39 St Mary Street
A town centre Wetherspoon pub that is named after the famous illuminated carnival held in Bridgwater every November. There is a large bar area, with another room off to one side. At the rear there is a family area and outside a courtyard garden with a smokers area. It offers a good range of changing Somerset and Devon ales to go with the normal extensive food menu.
- Castle Club 15 Castle Street Bridgwater TA6 3DD (01278) 455776
A grade II listed pub located between the town centre and the railway station. This friendly pub has the words "Traditional Pub Alternative Values" on the pub sign. There is a courtyard garden to the rear with picnic tables and a function room which hosts live bands 3 or 4 evenings per week. Pub sports are a feature here. Four real ales on offer which are mainly sourced from local breweries and there is a strong commitment to real cider from local producers.
Owned by Stonegate pub company this pub has 2 national brewery beers and a guest from regional breweries but do not be surprised if you find all from regional breweries. Sky Sports/BT Sport shown a big screen. There is a courtyard for outside drinking. Real ciders from polypins served.
- Cross Rifles
1 Bath Road
Large edge of town pub with small car park. Live entertainment. Breakfast served from 08:00 to 14:00.
61 High Street
Lively town centre pub reopened after refurbishment early November 2019. Lots of flat screen TV's showing mainly sports. A good range of drinks, spirits, lagers and one cask ale.
- Fountain Inn
1 West Quay
Recently refurbished town centre, single room traditional pub, with wood burning stove. Freehouse next to the River Parrett and the historic town bridge. Three regular ales Butcombe Bitter, Moles Rucking Mole and Dark). There is a small outside seating area in a pedestrianized street. Frequent entertainment including acoustic bands and solo performers. Occasional food special events such as chilli nights but you need to pre book. Check the facebook page for food and events. Pub also organises social trips to local breweries such as Butcombe and Moles.
- Golden Ball
19 High Street
Lively town centre pub with a dance floor on the 1st floor. Offers quiz, karaoke and open mic nights, as well as DJs and live music.
- Great Escape
6 Clare Street
Bar/restaurant serving 1 real ale on rotation and Old Rosie cider on draught. Ales often Butcombe Bitter, Doom Bar, Hobgoblin, Deuchars IPA. Good value home cooked food. Large courtyard garden.
- King Sedgemoor Inn
A Brewer's Fayre establishment. In addition to bar opening times breakfasts are served weekdays: 6.30am-10.30am and weekends: 7am-11am.
- Lime Kiln Inn
38 Salmon Parade
Owned by Punch Taverns. Home of Lime Kiln Carnival Club. Skittle and darts teams. Quiet courtyard garden at rear with decking, seating and a fish pond.
- Malt Shovel
2 Wembdon Street
A Greene King meet and eat pub located by the Taunton & Bridgwater Canal and town centre. Has recently undergone a major refurbishment. Entertainment includes Monday Quiz Night, Tuesday OAP lunch with bingo and karaoke in the evening, Wednesday Adult games from 9pm, Thursday Adult bingo from 9pm, Friday Live entertainment, Saturday Live sport, Music theme nights and themed party nights Sunday.
- New Foresters
101 St John Street
Single room busy pub. Pool, darts, cards, skittle alley. Courtyard at rear. Happy Hour Monday to Friday 5.00pm -7.00pm. Meat draw every Sunday Live entertainment every Sunday night. All main football games shown on TV and/or the big screen projector.
95 Wembdon Road
The Quantock is situated on the edge of Bridgwater and had a refurbishment in 2010. Originally a Manor House, this is a listed building retaining many features like the beamed ceilings and open fireplaces. There is even a tower where the ladies would stand to observe the hunt! Outside there is a beer garden with tables and benches for 50 people, plus a play area.
- Tudor Hotel
21 St Mary Street
Built as a bakery in the 17th century and sympathetically extended over the years it was home to a hardware store at the turn of the 20th Century, later became tea rooms and is now a sixteen, en-suite bedroom hotel, restaurant, contemporary bar (Bar27) and function suite catering for up to 180 guests. Just off the town centre with easy access from the M5. Breakfast and coffee is available from 7:00am. There is an A La Carte menu in the restaurant and tapas is served in Bar 27. The opening times shown are for the bar with the hotel being open from 7:00 am until late.
- Vinos Ale & Wine Tavern
Formerly the Three Lions, this bar has been refurbished and re-opened as Vinos Ale and Wine Tavern.
- West India House
101 Durleigh Road
The building was constructed in 1936 but there had been a pub on the site for many years previously in various guises. The pub name is derived from the days when Bridgwater was a bustling port and the site is originally believed to have been owned by a merchant with the West India Trading Company, whose ships delivered goods to the quayside in the town centre. West India House boasts a fully-equipped skittle alley/function room complete with dedicated bar. There is also a large, attractive beer garden to the rear with scenic views over countryside. For a quiet drink in cosy surroundings there is the lounge bar complete with open log fire and for a more vibrant atmosphere then there is the saloon bar which has been extended and refurbished with modern decor. Both bars have large flatscreen televisions for screening major live sporting events. There is also a high-end jukebox in the Saloon bar packed with the perfect mix of old classics and the latest tracks. Quiz nights and curry night on a Wednesday. The guest beer is usually from Cheddar Ales where one or sometimes two can be found. This includes as an example; Potholer, Totty Pot and Crown & Glory.
- Admirals Landing The Marina Bridgwater TA6 3EX ku.oc.gnidnalslarimda@ykcin(01278) 422515
- Bell at Broadway
This is a good country inn, open plan with a bar in the centre of the pub. There is an open fireplace with comfortable seating and another food bar behind which is a pizza oven with the pub specialises in a range of pizzas that can be found on the menu. To the left of the bar is another seating area with some leather chairs and sofas and there is another fireplace with a rather splendid ornate and renovated multi fuel burner. If you continue further round to the left there is another seating/dining area which could also be described as a snug. Throughout the pub can be found some interesting items on the walls such as a factory clocking in machine and a previous pub sign. Ales are from the St Austell and Otter breweries and for the craft beer enthusiast you can purchase Beavertown cans. There is a good wine list and an assortment of gins. The real cider is made locally. N.B. Sunday dining from 3.00pm through to 9.00pm is restricted to the Pizza menu.
- Bell at Broadway Broadway TA19 9RG moc.yawdaorbllebeht@ofni(01460) 52343
- Brompton Regis
- George Inn
The George Inn is a 16th century freehouse in the pretty village of Brompton Regis and can be found in the Brendon Hills on the eastern side of Exmoor National Park. Wimbleball Lake, a water supply reservoir, is close by and is worth a visit. The garden has beautiful views over Exmoor. There is en-suite accommodation. Well behaved children are made welcome and they can stay in the accommodation for free. Food is locally sourced and cooked to order. New owners Trudi and Mark Underhill moved into the George Inn in January 2021 and look forward to being able to welcome you as soon as Goverment guidlines for Covid-19 allow,
- George Inn Brompton Regis TA22 9NL (01398) 371273
- Airfield Tavern
The Airfield Tavern is named after the nearby Westlands Aerodrome and was built in 2002. Part of the Table Table group.
- Airfield Tavern Alvington Lane Brympton BA22 8UX (01935) 476311
- Buckland St Mary
- La Campagna
Buckland St Mary
The Eagle Tavern has changed names to La Campagna and is primariliy a restuarant. Last report was that if had Doombar as the only ale. Completely refurfurbished inside as a good quality restuarant.
- La Campagna London Road Buckland St Mary TA20 3JE ku.oc.angapmac-al@drahc(01460) 234292
- Burnham On Sea
- Burnham & Berrow Golf Club
St Christophers Way
Burnham On Sea
The focal part of the clubhouse which was built in 1910 is the spacious and comfortably furnished lounge and bar area which overlooks the course, with doors opening onto a covered terrace, from where you can watch golfers completing the 18th hole. Extensive Club memorabilia adorn the walls. Please note that there is a dress code.
- Dunstan House Inn
8-10 Love Lane
Burnham On Sea
Large refurbished and detached Young's pub next to the hospital with a flagstone floor in the bar area, a raised dining area, a family room and two open log fires. Outside there is covered decking, garden and children's play equipment. Daily specials enhance the food menu which includes a children's menu and Sunday roast. Quiz night held on a Wednesday. En-suite accommodation is available.
- Lighthouse Inn
Burnham On Sea
Traditional family friendly local with live music, karaoke and sport on the TV.
- Old Pier Tavern
Burnham On Sea
The Old Pier is a town centre pub situated in the coastal resort of Burnham on Sea in Somerset. Live music every Friday & Saturday Night. There is car parking opposite the pub in the council pay car park.
- Railway Inn
Burnham On Sea
A family friendly pub in the heart of Burnham on Sea, part of the Meet and Eat chain of Greene Kings pubs.
- Reeds Arms
1 Pier Street
Burnham On Sea
A Wetherspoons pub originally built in the 1850s, the pub was originally called The Reeds Arms before its long stint as the Queen's Hotel. The arms which gave the Hotel its name are those of George Reed, once Burnham's leading citizen. The sunblinds over the front windows bear the words Reed's Arms, although a large 'Queen's Hotel' sign hangs by the entrance. There is a 20% reduction on meals (not meal deals) for CAMRA card carrying members.
- Ritz Social Club
Burnham On Sea
The Ritz Social Club is situated in the heart of Burnham-on-Sea, sharing a building with the locally famous Ritz Cinema. The bars serve an excellent range of drinks, including local beers and ciders at great prices, plus there is traditional pub games namely Pool, Darts, Skittles and Table Tennis. The club is also an extremely valuable community resource, currently providing a home to an eclectic mix of events and entertainment including: Sequence dancing, Salsa, Line dancing, Bingo, Live music, Open-mic, Charity Quizzes, Race nights, Skittle & Pool competitions, Charity events & Local club meetings. There is an annual beer festival with up to 15 cask ales and an annual cider festival.
Burnham On Sea
Close to Pontin's Holiday Camp and Caravan Parks, The Rosewood is on the coast only 10 minutes from the town of Burnham on Sea. Part of the Hungry Horse chain.
- Somerset & Dorset
1 High Street
Burnham On Sea
Traditional English pub with weekly live entertainment, quiz and karaoke. No food.
- Victoria Hotel
25 Victoria Street
Burnham On Sea
There are a lot of events that are taking place at this hotel which is a short stroll from the beach. Events include live music, quizzes, bingo and sporting events on the TV. There are rooms if you wish to stay and food special offers are a feature.
- Burnham & Berrow Golf Club St Christophers Way Burnham On Sea TA8 2PE (01278) 785760
- King Alfred Inn
A very welcoming, friendly atmosphere free house on the Somerset Levels between Taunton and Glastonbury. Positioned under Burrow Mump where allegedly King Alfred famously burnt the cakes. Perfect stopping off point for walkers on the River Parrett Trail. The three cask ales rarely change but always good quality and usually a couple of local real ciders. Real homemade food with many choices and cooked to order. Specialist burgers with many fillings. Bus stops outside the pub and car park to rear.
- King Alfred Inn Burrow Drove. Burrowbridge TA7 0RB ku.oc.derfla-gnik@snoitavreser(01823) 698379
This newly restyled country contemporary pub has history dating back to 1856 and situated out of the way on the Somerset peat moors. Reopening in 2016 as the Duck, the pub is gaining an enviable reputation for quality food and offering 3 good ales including 2 from local Butcombe brewery and St Austell’s Tribute along with Wilkins local farmhouse cider. Open 7 days a week for food and drinks from 12 till 11pm.
- Duck Station Road Burtle TA7 8NU ku.oc.eltrubtakcudeht@tnaruatser(01278) 238282
- Friendly Spirit
A family owned village inn. Large beer garden running along side a country brook which creates a beautiful setting for all the family to enjoy. The garden also consists of a children's play area. Live music most Friday's from 9:30. Sunday carvery available.
- Globe Inn
4 Church Street
Traditional village pub in the centre of Cannington. Sports TV in abundance. No food served other than for skittles and darts teams
- Kings Head Inn
12 High Street
Traditional pub with budget accommodation.
- Malt Shovel Inn
Cosy bar with original beams, inglenooks & fire places. Large 80 seated restaurant Large beer garden with wooden pirate ship for kids to play on. Good including roasts on Sunday. Old skittle alley now converted to 8 en-suite chalets.
- Rose & Crown Inn
30 High Street
Atmospheric, friendly 17th-century pub with a loyal local following. Original beams are covered with interesting objects donated by locals and there is a large collection of clocks. The single L shaped bar has a pool table and a collection of games hand made by locals. Outside is a comfortable covered smoking area in the large award-winning garden.
- Friendly Spirit Brook Street Cannington TA5 2HP moc.kooltuo@notgninnactiripsyldneirf(01278) 652215
- Butchers Arms
Built in 1638 this family friendly village pub has a tranquil yet lively atmosphere. Ideally situated close to Minehead and within easy reach of Taunton the village of Carhampton is an ideal place for exploring Exmoor national park, the Quantock hills and Blue Anchor bay. The recognisable inn sign was constructed in aluminium and other non ferrous materials by the internationally renowned sculptor and artist, Rachel Reckitt. There is an extensive children's adventure play area. The two ales may sometimes be rotated and will be from Somerset and Devon breweries.
- Butchers Arms Main Road Carhampton TA24 6LP moc.liamg@notpmahracsmrasrehctub(01643) 821333
- Crown Inn
1 The Nydon
The Crown Inn is a traditional freehold country pub in the Polden Hills village of Catcott, which lies just off the A39 between Bridgwater and Street. The original part of the pub is over 400 years old and has a log fire, original flagstone floors, cob walls and low beamed ceilings. There is a large function room/skittle alley to the rear. Often a range of up to three cask ales usually on hand pump but could be gravity.
- King William Inne
King William Road
A traditional family run Palmers village pub dating back to the 17th Century that features flagstone floors , log fires and a well. Reopened by a new Landlords Anthony and Emma from mid October under the Palmers flag with the landlords keen advocates of good ales and ciders. Please keep up-to-date on Facebook during covid-19 period for takeaway food etc.
- Crown Inn 1 The Nydon Catcott TA7 9HQ moc.loa@ninworcttoctac(01278) 722288
49 - 51 Fore Street
A Wetherspoons pub that used to be a cinema of the same name before it closed in the 60's. The guest beers are normally sourced locally and you may find a bigger selection at weekends than during the week due to turnover. In a town that provides such a meagre choice of real ales it is normally the first stop for CAMRA members, particularly as the ales are very well kept. In addition there are usually six real ciders. The pub is situated on one floor but there are steps down to a conservatory which acts as the family area. A pleasant rear garden has been added and this closes at 21:30 each evening. A public car park is available at the rear or across the road.
- Chard Conservative Club
6 High Street
A members club that is also open to non members. Can be found in the centre of the town. There is a comfortable bar with a dance floor for functions/live music. At the rear can be found snooker tables and a skittle alley.
- Chard Football Club
Open on matchdays generally on a Saturday but maybe also midweek when matches are played. Basic club interior with a bar at the far end.
Old and traditional town pub which is said to be haunted and is believed to date back to at least 1644, as the huge fireplace bears this date. There is a room at the rear for skittles and darts which also serves as a function room. There is a garden at the rear together with some play equipment for children. You may find real ale or you may not although there are three handpumps.
- Happy Return
Pub previously known as The Railway Hotel & The Red Lion. Although lunchtime meals not served there is a exception on Sundays when a Sunday Roast is available.
- Kings Head
A traditional and friendly one roomed pub that is free of beer tie. Normally two Exmoor Brewery real ales available and a real cider. A popular pub for skittles, darts, pool and some sports TV. There is a delightful real fire that is at one end of the pub and a juke box provides the music.
- Lordleaze Hotel
Henderson Drive, Forton Rd
The Lordleaze Hotel, once an 18th century farmhouse, is a country hotel in an unusual setting within pastureland. The only 3 star Hotel in Chard and ideal base for exploring the south coast. There are 25 en suite bedrooms.
- Cerdic 49 - 51 Fore Street Chard TA20 1PT ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@7332p(01460) 260070
- Charlton Adam
- Fox & Hounds
Friendly pub on the east side of the village, and can be easily be found just off the A37. The single bar has a large collection of tankards hanging from the ceiling as well as a former pub sign. Popular with locals and always busy with darts and skittles. The smart skittle alley doubles as a function room and has a small stage at the far end. Good food is served in the bar and conservatory, with steak on Thursday and special offers on Monday. Three handpumps serve mainly West Country beers. An accredited camping site is at the rear. The clean and tidy garden has a wooden 'Pirate Ship' which is a popular attraction with children.
- Fox & Hounds Broadway Road Charlton Adam TA11 7AU moc.ebmoctub@sdnuohdnaxof(01458) 223466
- Chilthorne Domer
- Carpenters Arms
A Butcombe Brewery tenanted house, the Carpenters Arms is a traditional stone built pub that has been sympathetically restored and modernised. There is also a conservatory. Whilst drinkers are welcomed the pub now is a real 'Foodie' establishment with the layout much in the style of a restaurant, and the food prices reflect this although the single Butcombe beer (original) is still reasonably priced. The skittle alley no longer exists and no pub games are played.
- Halfway House Hotel
A hotel halfway between Yeovil and Ilchester. A main menu, snack menu and children's menu provided. Beer garden with views over the fishing lake. There is a Sunday Carvery.
- Carpenters Arms Vagg Lane Chilthorne Domer BA21 3PX (01935) 840770
- Cat Head Inn
The Cat Head Inn is in the centre of Chiselborough in South Somerset, 4 miles north of Crewkerne and just under 5 minutes drive from the A303. A friendly welcome is assured at this character 15th century hamstone gastropub with a bar and two dining areas, flagstones, mullioned windows and two woodburners, with one in a fine inglenook. Dogs are welcome on a lead. Closed on Mondays except Bank Holidays.
- Cat Head Inn Chiselborough TA14 6TT (01935) 881231
- York Inn
The York Inn situated in the Blackdown Hills is a traditional hostelry dating back, in some parts to the 16th century, with an open fireplace and oak beams but at the same time offering contemporary facilities and a good range of four cask ales and one real cider. Also good traditional home cooked food which includes a specialist range of pies.
- York Inn Honiton Road Churchinford TA3 7RF moc.liamg@drofnihcruhcnnikroy(01823) 601333
- Combe Florey
- Farmers Arms
A beautiful thatched 14th Century Grade 2 pub with cob walls, medieval chimney and fireplace and a restored staircase. The bar serves three cask ales and one real cider plus some unusual keg beers, bottled beers and a large selection of gin and malt whisky. There is also a large pizza oven in the very attractive garden with covered seating and heating lamps overhead when required. If travelling by car access is on the south side of second bridge from Taunton under West Somerset Railway; beware the tricky turn.
- Farmers Arms Combe Florey TA4 3HZ ten.smrasremraf@ofni(01823) 432267
- Anchor Inn
Village pub close to the town of Bridgwater. Spectacular views from the edge of the tidal River Parrett and close to the Steart Wetlands site and Hinkley Point. This is the first and last inn along the River Parrett Trail and it is popular with walkers and cyclists.
- Anchor Inn 39 Riverside Combwich TA5 2RA (01278) 653612
- Compton Dundon
- Castlebrook Inn
Recently refurbished pub and restaurant on the main road between Somerton & Street. There is a large conservatory restaurant towards the rear of the pub. There is a grassed beer garden to the rear and seating at the front beside the main road.
- Castlebrook Inn Castlebrook Compton Dundon TA11 6PR ku.oc.nnikoorbeltsac@ofni(01458) 448902
- Taunton & Pickeridge Golf Club
Large bar and dining room that caters for members, guests and visiting golf societies. The outside terrace has wonderful views of the Somerset countryside. Visitors are welcome but check that there are no private functions taking place and also check opening hours during the winter months as the club tends to close about an hour or so after sunset.
- White Hart Inn
A traditional country pub in the village of Corfe nestling on the edge of the Blackdown Hills on the B3170. Traditional home cooked food. Three ales mainly from the West Country which may vary from time to time.
- Taunton & Pickeridge Golf Club Corfe TA3 7BY (01823) 421537
- Corton Denham
- Queens Arms
A really cosy old style traditional country inn with real fires in a pretty rural setting overlooking rolling countryside. Some food is sourced from the pub's own smallholding and nearby gardens and whilst the quality of the food is excellent, portions are not large and prices are top end. A good selection of 4 regularly changing real ales from breweries such as Dark Star, Quantock, Church End, Exmore, Bath Ales and Cheddar ales along with ciders. The pub opens for breakfast at 8am, but not the bar.
- Queens Arms Corton Denham DT9 4LR moc.smrasneeuqeht@xaler(01963) 220317
- Red Tile Inn
A traditional country pub situated in the village of Cossington which is 5 minutes from the M5 Motorway (junction 23). The hours shown are winter hours (November to April) and these may be extended in summer. A food takeaway service is available Wednesday to Saturday 6pm till 9pm and Sunday 12pm till 3pm. Reasonably priced snacks or main meals available and a children's menu as well.
- Red Tile Inn Middle Road Cossington TA7 8LN ku.oc.nnielitdereht@ofni(01278) 22333
- Cotford St Luke
Cotford St Luke
This former hospital chapel is a Grade II listed building built in the 1890s. It was converted into a bar/restaurant and opened in July 2008, after being derelict for 18 years. The period features have been retained and provides delightful surroundings to have a beer or enjoy a meal in the Thai restaurant. Pizza Oven serves food from 18.00 when restaurant open.
- Chapel Graham Way Cotford St Luke TA4 1HX (01823) 432426
- Creech St Michael
- Bell Inn
St Michaels Road
Creech St Michael
First licensed in 1823 this pub is situated in a large village close to Taunton and the M5. Two real ales presently on. The Bridgwater to Taunton canal is situated within a short distance from the pub.
- Bell Inn St Michaels Road Creech St Michael TA3 5DP (01823) 444566
- Bar 5
5 Market Street
Previously a delicatessen this new micro bar serves cask ales from local breweries and local ciders. Wine and gin is also available. A place to gather to enjoy a few drinks and chat with friends. On a Friday, a pizza may be available from the cafe next door which is under the same ownership.
- Crooked Swan
4 Church Street
Chic town centre pub just re-opened after extensive refurbishment and serves a variety of cask ales on 4 hand pumps usually from Otter, Sharp's and Bristol Beer Factory. With a brand new kitchen and a good menu this is an excellent venue for food.
- George Hotel
An inn has stood at the centre of Crewkerne since at least 1541. The present building dates from 1832. The facade of its neo-classical structure is built in traditional dressed hamstone. Its noble architectural features include a central open-pediment of brackets and a fine elliptical rustic archway, leading to what was once the Inn's Royal Mail-warranted stable yard. On entering the yard the hotel bar is on the left and a new bar called the "Alehouse" can be found on the right. Both bars have the same ale selection.
- King William Inn
A short walk from the town centre towards Chard takes you to this well hidden traditional pub where there are three changing and often interesting cask ales and the array of pump clips adorning the beams shows the huge range of beers that have been served. There is a happy hour every Monday & Wednesday between 4 pm - 7 pm. Beer festivals held in May and the end of September. For music lovers there is live music every other week and an acoustic night the last Wednesday of each month.
- Oscars Wine Bar
13 Market Square
Olde world wine bar in the centre of Crewkerne. Serves local fresh fish and steaks. The cellars are 12th century and the internal bar ceiling dates from about 1450. The bar can be found on the right as you enter and seating which extends to the left includes some high back settles. There is a function room at the rear.
- White Hart Inn
Regarded as the oldest surviving pub in Crewkerne dating back to circa 1500. Seating is arranged around a U-shaped bar with a magnificent fireplace with a wood burning stove and a second fireplace and stove in a snug area near the entrance. Internal brickwork, hamstone mullion windows and a wealth of beams inside leaves you in no doubt about the age of the building. There is an upstairs skittle alley that can double up as a function room.
- Bar 5 5 Market Street Crewkerne TA18 7JP (01460) 76293
- Cricket St Thomas
- Cricket St Thomas Golf Club
Cricket St Thomas
Cricket St Thomas Golf Club is located off the A30 near Chard. The club has over 80 years of history and provides members and visitors alike the chance to play on a beautiful parkland course with outstanding views across the surrounding countryside. There is a recently refurbished bar and restaurant area. The opening hours shown are for the summer months. During the winter the bar closes at 6:00pm.
- Windwhistle Inn
Cricket St Thomas
The inn dates from the 17th Century and was once a notorious haunt of smugglers, highwaymen, and cut-throats. The building has been extended to include a separate restaurant area for quiet dining, a large bright & airy conservatory and a function room ideal for weddings and other large parties. There are stunning views from the large beer garden. Sunday carvery is a speciality. Caravans and camper vans are able to stay overnight.
- Cricket St Thomas Golf Club Cricket St Thomas TA20 4DG ku.oc.bulcflogsamohttstekcirc@ofni(01460) 30231
- Trotter Inn
An unspoilt country pub, somewhat off the beaten track although actually quite close to main the Cheddar to Wedmore road. Internally it consists of three rooms, with the “smoking room” and bar counter off to the right as you go in. A massive stone fire-place was off to the right. All sorts of knick-knacks are dotted around the walls, many of them farming related implements and also a couple of old rifles, pewter plates and an aerial photograph of the pub as well as a few horse brasses. A smaller snug to the rear with an old wooden pew providing the seating, a stuffed bird in a glass case and a few shelves in a corner crammed full of earthenware jugs and such like. The “Public Bar” off to the left includes a pool table and darts board. There is pretty cottage style beer garden for fine weather leisure time.
- Trotter Inn Crickham BS28 4JU (01934) 712530
- Carew Arms
A classic 17th Century rural pub in the village at the foot of the beautiful Quantock Hills. The flagstone public bar has a historic inglenook, and the large garden looking towards the Brendon Hills makes this popular with locals, walkers and dogs. The bar/restaurant serves locally sourced food with some restaurant tables set within the old stables area and is quite unique. The skittle alley doubles as a function room. Staff very welcoming and a pub not to be missed. Upto to four real ales including two changing guest ales and two real ciders.
- Carew Arms Crowcombe TA4 4AD ku.oc.smraweraceht@tcatnoc(01984) 618631
- Holman Clavel Inn
The only pub in England with this name – a clavel is a beam across the fireplace made from holm oak. This is a real country pub set in the Blackdown Hills area of outstanding natural beauty, with good ales, cider, wine, food and company. No TV or machines but children, dogs, walkers, cyclists and muddy boots are very welcome. Food is sourced from local farmers, suppliers and local businesses and gluten free diners and vegetarians are catered for. Local musicians play (Irish style sessions) every first Thursday of the month.
- Holman Clavel Inn Culmhead TA3 7EA (01823) 421070
- Curry Mallet
- Bell Inn
Pleasant, remote pub with a friendly welcome. Although essentially one room, a large fireplace effectively divides the pub into two spaces. There is a regular quiz night. Guest ales are from the south west and much of the food is also locally produced. There are meal deals at the lunchtime and evening sessions on weekdays. This pub plays a full part in the life of the village.
- Bell Inn Higher Street Curry Mallet TA3 6SY (01823) 480310
- Curry Rivel
This enticing village hostelry has been beautifully restored with a modern twist and yet is also packed with traditional charm. On entering a welcome awaits you in front of the pizza oven that turns out many pizza's available from the menu. There are other choices from the interesting menu as well as daily specials using the finest locally sourced ingredients. On the left is the house bar where you will find up to 4 real ales with 1 changing choice ale. Leading from the bar are 5 further sitting/dining areas arranged over 3 floors with wood burning stoves in abundance. There is also 3 private dining rooms one of which can cater for a small function. Well worth a visit to this pub set in the centre of the pretty village of Curry Rivel. Note - Happy Hour from four-six pm every day with 50p off a pint of real ales.
- Firehouse Church Street Curry Rivel TA10 0HE ku.oc.tesremosesuoherifeht@olleh(01458) 887447
- Dinnington Docks Inn
A quirky gem, this traditional Somerset country pub has beautiful views from the large garden. A pub that wears its heart on its sleeve and supports the local community and offers a very warm welcome to locals and visitors alike. It has a good selection of two permanent and three guest ales to suit all tastes along with a good selection of wines and spirits and this combined with its renowned hearty meal menu makes this a must visit pub. Function room available. Regular live music.
- Dinnington Docks Inn Dinnington TA17 8SX moc.skcodnotgninnid@ofni(01460) 52397
- George Inn
The George Inn is on the A358 in the centre of the village. Good reputation for food.
- George Inn Donyatt TA19 0RW ku.oc.ttaynodtaegroeg@ofni(01460) 57518
- Dowlish Wake
- New Inn
The New Inn is situated in the beautiful unspoilt village of Dowlish Wake. This 350 year old stone built pub is situated just 200 yards from the ever popular Perry's Cider Mill and Museum. There is two separate bar areas both with wood burning stoves.
- New Inn Dowlish Wake TA19 0NZ moc.tcennoctb@retsnimli-nniwen(01460) 52413
- Drayton Crown
This pub has undergone a modern refurbishment but has retained character with flagstone floors and beams. Food is provided from a modern kitchen and there is a skittle alley/function room. Normally serves 3/4 ales from regional and national breweries. Outside there is lots of seating, plenty of car parking and a lawn area. There are four en-suite quality B and B rooms if you want to stay.
- Drayton Crown Church Street Drayton TA10 0JY ku.oc.nworcnotyardeht@ofni(01458) 250712
- Bridge Inn
20 Bridge Street
A warm, welcoming pub dating from 1845. As the name implies it is close to a bridge crossing the River Barle upstream from its confluence with the River Exe. Situated in the delightful small town of Dulverton, the pub has a cosy single-room bar with a wood-burning stove and an extended restaurant area. There is always an interesting selection of National cask ales and bottled beers including a Belgian selection. Check on the website for restricted opening hours in Winter.
- Lion Hotel
2 Bank Square
The Lion Hotel was built in 1822 in the heart of Dulverton. The Hotel offers customers a warm and friendly welcome where you can relax and unwind. You will find the service friendly and the hospitality second to none. There is a Lounge Bar providing a relaxing informal area to enjoy some local ales and ciders and a dining room. Lunches and suppers can be served in the dining room or the lounge bar where there is a variety of homemade pies, home cooked hams and local specialities served at affordable prices.
4 Bank Square
Popular and friendly bar serving both beer-loving locals and visitors wanting to dine in the adjoining open-plan restaurant, where award-winning locally-produced food is served. The rustic interior features a wood-burning stove in winter, wooden floors, breweriana and rural-themed paraphernalia. Woods aims to give locals and visitors a frequently changing variety of West country ales served straight from the wood
- Bridge Inn 20 Bridge Street Dulverton TA22 9HJ moc.notrevludnniegdirbeht@ofni(01398) 324130
- Admirals Table
The Admiral’s Table is conveniently located on the A38 Bristol Road, less than a mile from the Junction 23 of the M5 motorway, and close to the town of Bridgwater. Ales are from the Marstons range. Pub food menu offers a choice of classics with a constantly changing selection of specials and the all day offer of two main meals for the price of one. The hotel accommodation boasts 13 attractively refurbished rooms.
- Admirals Table Bristol Road Dunball TA6 4TN (01278) 685671
- Dunster Castle Hotel
5 High Street
The Dunster Castle Hotel lies at the foot of the medieval, cobbled High Street and Dunster Castle with the medieval Yarn Market at the top of the road. The building itself dates back to about 1750 and was once the home of the Luttrell family and various managers who worked on the estate. You can walk directly from the Hotel to Dunster Castle and the Gardens, the ancient Dunster Water Mill and Gallox Bridge. Although a hotel and restaurant there is a small comfortable bar at the back of the restaurant on the ground floor - frequented by locals and visitors. There is an outside drinking area. Beer is dispensed from plastic barrels behind the bar and further reports on quality are welcomed.
- Foresters Arms
33 West Street
Pub on the edge of Dunster. The Foresters Arms is just a few minutes on foot from Dunster High Street, the Castle and the Flower Mill. It serves Somerset and Devon beers (Otter ales are very popular), and Somerset cider. Its 12 rooms range from family to single rooms. It has a skittle alley, beer garden, games room and, unusually, a mischievous and sometimes noisy pub parrot. There is live music on Saturday evenings.
- Luttrell Arms Hotel
36 High Street
The Hotel with its 29 bedrooms is on the site of three ancient houses dating back to 1443. The back bar has an open log fire and features some of the oldest glass windows in Somerset. You can dine in the fine restaurant or if you prefer order just a bar snack. The view of Dunster Castle from the back garden is spectacular. Mini beer and cider festivals are held. Whilst having a drink check the fine plaster work to the lounge ceiling.
- Stags Head Inn
10 West Street
Grade II listed building because of its early 19th century frontage. The fabric is much older. Very much part of the picturesque village of Dunster. Comfortable and welcoming pub with emphasis on good food - including gold award winning pies. The Beers are mostly from Somerset and Devon. Open all day during the summer. There is a folk night on the second Wednesday of the month. Thursday night is quiz night - the local team are the 'Flying Oscars'. The village cricket team meets in the Stags Head.
- Village Shop & Deli
11 High Street
Established nearly 15 years ago David and Jane Cook have been proprietors of this establishment for 3 years. A very large range of Real Ales and Real Cider is stocked and is complimented in the rest of the Deli by fine food, Cheese, Meats, Pasties, Pastry's and general Deli items etc. Take away food available for snacks or lunches. Mostly locally sourced worth a visit any day when in Dunster; you will not leave empty handed!! Members Discounts on all Real Ale and Real Cider sales of 10% - must show CAMRA membership card. In the summer closing time is extended to 18:00 except on Sundays.
- Yarn Market Hotel
This delightful family run Hotel in this historic Village is next to the famous Yarn Market. The Licence only allows the sale of Real Ale in Bottles to Residents and Non-Residents eating in the warm and friendly Restaurant at food times shown or during private functions. Mostly Cotleigh & Quantock Beers are normally available but can vary on special occasions to include Pins and Real Cider. Easily accessed by Public Transport from Taunton Bus and Rail Stations on service 28. Daily service except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day. Alight Dunster Steep Hotel and then it is just a 10min walk into Village. Service 398 Minehead, Dulverton, Tiverton passes door and stops nearby Mon To Sat only not Public Holidays. West Somerset Railway Dunster Station is approx a 25min walk. This 200 year old Hotel is a real gem and is worth visiting.
- Dunster Castle Hotel 5 High Street Dunster TA24 6SF ku.oc.letoheltsacretsnudeht@ofni(01643) 823030
- East Brent
- Brent House
Brent House was established by Max & Anna Nicolaides in 1965, Max with two of his sons Andrew & Matthew still run this family business today. Brent House is situated at the foot of the Knoll between the two villages of Brent Knoll & East Brent. Daily carvery a speciality.
- Brent Knoll Inn
Large two-roomed traditional pub with one room with a skittle alley, dartboard and TV. The other room is a lounge with a dining area. There is a large garden to the rear and a side garden that overlooks Brent Knoll, a hill that juts out of the Somerset levels. Homemade cooking freshly prepared and cooked on the day. No food on Sunday evening. Membership discount on ales.
- Brent House East Brent TA9 4HL (01278) 760246
- East Chinnock
- Wooden Top Inn High Street East Chinnock BA22 9DP
- East Coker
- Helyar Arms
15th century inn set in the picturesque village of East Coker. Beamed bar and open fireplace with locally sourced home-cooked food, prepared to order. In the warmer months you can also enjoy a drink in the pleasant garden.
- Helyar Arms Moor Lane East Coker BA22 9JR moc.smrarayleheht@ofni(01935) 862332
- East Huntspill
- Crown Inn
10 Church Road
The Crown Inn is a family-run free house. Dating back to the 16th century, where it was once used as a coaching house, the Crown offers a cosy restaurant, beer garden, function room with skittle alley, two Bars, and lots of regular entertainment. Families and dogs are always welcome. Skittles played most weekdays in the winter, Darts on a Friday and a weekly Poker Night on a Saturday.
- Crown Inn 10 Church Road East Huntspill TA9 3PG (01278) 783721
- East Lambrook
- Rose & Crown
17th Century Ham stone village pub, serving a range of three Palmers cask ales. Meals prepared and cooked on the premises, using finest local produce. Seasonal menus based on traditional British recipes.
- Rose & Crown Silver Street East Lambrook TA13 5HF moc.koorbmaltsaenworcdnaesor@ofni(01460) 240433
- Hornsbury Mill
Hornsbury Mill is a converted example of an early 19th Century Somerset corn mill, built of local flint stone, elm wood beams and timbers with hamstone mullion windows. The mill dates from 1327 with the oldest part of the existing building dating back to 1835. The main waterwheel is located in the centre of the mill building and can be viewed from the exterior of the property as well as through a glass partition from the hotel’s restaurant. The Hotel specialises in weddings. There is a selection of bottle conditioned ales.
- Hornsbury Mill Eleighwater TA20 3AQ ku.oc.llimyrubsnroh@ofni(01460) 63317
- Minehead Rugby Club
Home of Minehead Barbarians Rugby Club. Generally only open at weekends for matches and training. Open to all, although a social membership is available.
- Minehead Rugby Club Ellicombe TA24 6TR (01643) 707155
- Enmore Park Golf Club
A typical Golf Club bar. Although a members club visiting golfers are welcome. Additional info: The bar has two handpumps. The clubhouse closes at 6:00pm in the winter months.
- Tynte Arms
The Tynte Arms Inn is a traditional village pub on the edge of the Quantock Hills close to the town of Bridgwater in the village on Enmore. The pub itself dates back to 1848 and was originally 3 farmer's cottages. The name ‘Tynte’ has been rooted in local history for many years. One of the legends surrounding the birth of the name 'Tynte' is of a young knight of the Arundel family who went on crusade with King Richard the Lionheart. The pub has an adjoining restaurant and a pleasant courtyard garden. There is a cosy bar with its original beams, leather sofas and a real fire. Also offers en-suite accommodation with 4 rooms. Dogs not allowed inside.
- Enmore Park Golf Club Enmore TA5 2AN (01278) 672100
- Crown Hotel
Old 17th century coaching inn in the heart of Exmoor National Park.
- White Horse Inn
Set right in the heart of Exmoor, it offers twenty en-suite rooms, some with four poster beds, also a honeymoon suite. In its long bar with large benches, two hundred malt whiskys are available. There are also tables outside set on the bank of the river Exe. An Exmoor safari in there own eight seater Land Rover is also available. The restaurant offers local trout and salmon and lobster, also game dishes. This pub/hotel is a real gem. Member of Exmoor Tourist Association (ETA) for accommodation requirements.
- Crown Hotel Park Street Exford TA24 7PP ku.oc.roomxeletohnworc@ofni(01643) 831554
- Crown Inn
The Crown Inn is a 16th-Century traditional family pub at the very heart of village life. The pub also operates as a shop where you can purchase essential groceries and newspapers. The pub has flagstone flooring, exposed oak beams and various trinkets adorning the walls. There are 2 bar areas one with a splendid fireplace and a tropical fish tank in the other. There is a skittle alley at the rear which can also be used as a function room. There is a comprehensive food menu of popular pub favourites with a large proportion being homemade. There is also a fish-and-chip takeaway. There is a popular quiz on a Wednesday & Sunday.
- Crown Inn Fivehead TA3 6PQ moc.tcennoctb@nni_nworceht(01460) 281322
- Orchard Inn
Refurbished in 2015 by chef Matthew Haggett and now has an excellent reputation for fine ales and food. The friendly licensees always make visitors and locals most welcome. The pub is comfortable, with log-burning stoves and traditional oak tables. It supports many local groups who often book most of the rear dining area which is an attractive conservatory overlooking the garden but there is always room for visitors and the service is prompt.
- Orchard Inn High Road Galhampton BA22 7BA (01963) 440751
- Avalon Club
50, High Street
A friendly local social club in the centre of Glastonbury. With bar, snooker room, pool, skittle alley with fully equipped function room for hire. The opening hours for functions on Fri and Sat can be extended past 11 pm.
- Beckets Inn
43 High Street
A traditional town centre pub named after Thomas Becket, with a pool room and three separate bar areas including a private snug. It is situated in the main high street, with the Butt Close public car park to rear. No food available, but customers are welcome to bring takeaways (plates & cutlery provided) to eat in or have a picnic in the garden! A family friendly pub that, due to having a pub dog “Buster”, means that only access can be given to disability dogs. Children welcome until 5pm. A juke box provides the music. Marston's cask ales available, and 1 real cider.
Housed in a former sheepskin tannery and is a part of the Red Brick Building which is an arts, education & enterprise community project. In addition to the permanent guest ale there is an interesting changing guest ale, craft keg and a bottled beer selection. Breakfast available from Monday-Saturday, 9.30-11.30am and Sundays, 10-11.30am.
- Brewers Fayre
A Brewers Fayre that opened in 2013. Next to a Premier Inn.
4 Market Place
Reopened and refurbished to a Pub and Boutique Hotel after a period of 5 years closed. This former 16th century coaching inn is situated in the heart of Glastonbury at the foot of the high street by the famous monument and is a welcome addition to the thriving Glastonbury pub and hotel trade.
- George & Pilgrims
1 High Street
This three storied grade I listed stone built gatehouse inn boasts a panelled embattled frontage with mullion windows. Walking through the stout doorway there is a flagstone corridor leading to the dining room and rear patio with several tabled alcoves on the right. The Pilgrims Bar on the left oozes old world charm including medieval artefacts. There are up to four well kept real ales and a choice of ciders. Municipal car park to the rear.
- King Arthur
31-33 Benedict Street
Lively free house hidden in a street just off the High Street. The pub concentrates on beer, a good range of ciders and music. An interesting mix of people support the pub. There is a garden and music venue room with regular live music most nights. Parking available in the street only or the town car parks and bus routes are within easy walking distance.
- King William Inn
19 Market Place
Warm and friendly Town Centre pub, with hanging baskets. A long bar with a raised dining area to the left and pool and skittles to the right. Dog friendly and tolerant of well behaved children. A well stoked stove in winter to warm you on a wet winters evening, and stonking music weekends and occasional other days. See facebook page for dates.
- Market House Inn
12-14 Magdalene Street
Situated in the heart of the town, the Market House Inn stands opposite Glastonbury’s picturesque Abbey and within walking distance of all amenities. The inn has six bedrooms with some overlook the Abbey and Tor.
- Mitre Inn
27 Benedict Street
Located next to St Benedict's Church the Mitre Inn was built in 1680 although local legend has it that a tavern has been sited here since the sixth century. There are weekly events, such as live folk music and there is 6 skittles teams which play regularly throughout the week.
- Queen of Cups
10-12 Northload Street
Formely The Hawthorns town pub now a quality restuarant serving upto two cask ales as a freehouse and drinkers only are made very welcome.
- Riflemans Arms
4 Chilkwell Street
With a well-worn 16th-century facade and great views from the rear terrace and sun-trap patio, this tavern spans centuries and generations. The wide, low front doorway leads to the traditional bar where the more mature clientele gather. A portholed archway leads to the modern building where younger drinkers congregate. Real log fires warm both bars. There is a pool room and function room for twice-weekly live music. Guest beers remain constant for around three months at a time and come from south-west breweries.
- Tor Sports & Leisure Centre
A leisure centre bar. Café attached.
- Waggon & Horses Inn
Large roadside inn, with a large garden. Small public bar and a large lounge area. A regular meeting place for local groups. Rolls available throughout the day.
- Who'd a Thought It
17 Northload Street
Quirky traditional pub filled with oddments and memorabilia including enamel signs and old photographs, even a red phone box (complete with mannequin) and bicycle chained to the ceiling.
- Avalon Club 50, High Street Glastonbury BA6 9DX (01458) 831159
- New Inn
Reopened after buy out and refurbishment by the Halse Community. Nestling between the Quantock Hills and Exmoor National Park the New Inn is an 18th century former coaching inn situated in the quaint village of Halse, seven miles from the Somerset county town of Taunton on the B3227 at Heathfield or A358 at Bishops Lydeard and only forty minutes walk from the famous West Somerset Railway. Annual beer festival held late May early June. Ales from Quantock, Exmoor and one from various local brewers are normally available.Facilities include B and B rooms, quiz, folk music, themed menu evenings. A wonderful rear garden is very welcoming in fine weather. A splendid Cafe is open in the rear ammenity/skittle alley serving coffee, teas and various cakes and sandwiches etc. and open Wednesday to Saturday during the day from 10.30am to 3.00pm
- New Inn Halse TA4 3AF moc.eslahnniwen@noitpeceR(01823) 432352
- Lamb & Lion
A splendidly refurbished 17th century village inn with some parts dating from the 16th century. The pub has hamstone mullion windows and flagstone floors and a wealth of beams throughout. A fireplace sits at each end of the pub which has a bar area for drinkers and a restaurant area for diners. There is a splendid upstairs terrace with lovely views of the surrounding countryside. Unusually there is a Port and Cheese Room for private dining.
- Lamb & Lion The Green Hambridge TA10 0AT (01460) 281774
- Hardington Moor
- Royal Oak
Uniquely situated on a dairy farm, ‘Sonny’s’, as it is locally known after a previous landlord, is a superb community country pub in the centre of Hardington. The small dining room has scrubbed wooden tables to support a fine menu, which accompanies the cider from a local farm and the West Country beers. There are themed food nights (including take away Fish & Chips on a Friday) and various discounts on drinks apply during the week. Check the website for details. The pool table is in a room apart and skittles is very popular. Beer festivals are held in May and October.
- Royal Oak Moor Lane Hardington Moor BA22 9NW ku.oc.liamtoh@bupehtsynnos(01935) 862354
- Haselbury Plucknett
- Haselbury Mill
A rustic 17th century medieval bar called "Windy Millers" nestles in the depths of the old mill. Windy Millers has a range of home made pies, wood fire cooked pizza and gourmet burgers.
- White Horse
A family run 17th century coaching inn, situated in the pretty rural Somerset village of Haselbury Plucknett. Cosy roaring fire in the winter and a pretty rose garden in the summer. The menu combines fine dining with simple classic pub food.
- Haselbury Mill Haselbury Plucknett TA18 7NY (01460) 77095
- Hatch Beauchamp
- Hatch Inn
The Hatch Inn dates from 1750 and is a splendid cosy village inn with an abundance of rustic charm. It has won awards for the overnight accommodation and has an excellent reputation for the locally sourced food menu's. The pub has a house beer called Stag & Barrell and has one changing beer from regional breweries. There is also real cider available. Skittles and darts are still played here and there are music and quiz nights.
- Hatch Inn Village Road Hatch Beauchamp TA3 6SG ku.oc.nnihctaheht@ofni(01823) 480245
- High Ham
- Kings Head
Old fashioned village hostelry in this charming village. The villagers state that the opening hours can vary.
- Kings Head High Ham TA10 9DE (01458) 250628
- Bristol Bridge Inn
2 Bristol Road
Traditional main road pub on the A38.
- Coopers Arms
24 Market Street
The Coopers Arms is a traditional family run pub. The pub is conveniently situated at the centre of the bustling market town of Highbridge, close to the railway station. Skittle competitions and regular Weekend Quizzes.
- Globe Inn
17 Newtown Road
A warm welcome is available at this traditional local. There is a strong emphasis on pub games and the pub is entered in local leagues for skittles and pool.
- Highbridge Social Club
95 Church Street
Highbridge Social Club was built in 1914. It is an active club with an ever increasing group of members. New members are always welcome. They have regular events throughout the year including live bands, quizzes, BBQs, Fun days, children's parties and lots more. There are three main function rooms: the Sports Bar, the Lounge and the Tyler Room which is suitable for all functions and parties.
- Bristol Bridge Inn 2 Bristol Road Highbridge TA9 4EX (01278) 787269
- Orchard Inn
Village pub set on the main road, frequented by drinkers and diners. The large open-plan bar is set for diners but there is always seating available for drinkers, with ales mainly from the West Country. A beautiful garden is at the rear of the pub. Food is locally sourced, with a carvery on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday lunchtimes (booking advised). There is a skittle alley and a traditional fire in the winter. Live music is on the last Friday of the month. Mon to Sat Bus 25 from Taunton Bus/Rail Station to Dulverton stops outside.
- Orchard Inn Hillcommon TA4 1DS zib.nnidrahcro@ofni(01823) 401552
- Anchor Inn
Large 300 old village, family run free house that has 4 cask ales on hand pump in a cosy bar but is more renowned for diners in the large restaurant. A two sided log burner separates the bar from a smaller dining area. There is also a large function room. Food is locally produced and home cooked and that includes a Sunday carvery. Accommodation is also available in five en-suite rooms. Outside is a large car park and garden with a children's play area.
- Anchor Inn Hillfarrance TA4 1AW ten.nnirohcnaeht@ofni(01823) 461334
- Hinton St George
- Lord Poulett Arms
Hinton St George
A bar-mounted gravity stillage is a welcome sight on entering this 17th-century village pub with a delightful interior featuring stone-flagged floors and ancient wood furniture. The bar is well stocked with magazines and books, while outside is a Mediterranean garden for quiet enjoyment, complete with a petanque court, leading to a secluded beer garden and a pelotta wall dating from Napoleonic times. Cider is served in summer. The pub has won many food awards for its excellent cuisine.
- Lord Poulett Arms High Street Hinton St George TA17 8SE moc.smratteluopdrol@ofni(01460) 73149
- Plough Inn
This 16th Century country Inn is situated at the foot of the Quantock Hills. Walkers & Mountain Bikers always welcome. Starting or end point for many excellent walks. Large welcoming open fire in the colder season. Many beams decorated with brasses. Families are welcome. Virginia Woolf and husband stayed two days during their honeymoon in 1912. Exmoor Ale is sometimes replaced by other local beers. A takeaway menu is available. A new orangery has been opened.
- Plough Inn Holford TA5 1RY ku.oc.liamtoh@droflohnnihguolpeht(01278) 741624
- Holywell Lake
- Holywell Inn
Charming fifteenth-century quiet village pub open weekends only in a village not far from the A38. Redesigned during lock down to add 3 en-suite accomadaion options and shift of empasis away from food to drinks and conversation. It lies on one of the Land's End to John O'Groats walking routes. The Holy Well is opposite the pub entrance.
- Holywell Inn Holywell Lake TA21 0EJ moc.yks@llewyloheht(01823) 672770
- Five Dials Inn
Old coaching inn given a contemporary face-lift. Three real ales and traditional local ciders from Perry's and Burrow Hill including the famous Somerset Cider Brandy. Fresh seasonal food with daily changing specials board. The Inn offers six guest rooms with en-suite shower rooms. Awarded four stars by Enjoy England. There is also a self-contained studio apartment which includes kitchen and dining facilities.
- Five Dials Inn Goose Lane Horton TA19 9QQ (01460) 55359
- Boat & Anchor Inn
Large family friendly pub situated next to the Bridgwater to Taunton canal and close to J24 of the M5 and the Bristol to Exeter railway line. Outside tables and benches. Accommodation, home cooked food and function room. Pub complete with large pub dog and parrot.
- Boat & Anchor Inn Huntworth TA7 0AQ (01278) 662473
- Dolphin Inn
32 High Street
A listed Georgian traditional pub with a small main bar. There are two fireplaces at the front with woodburners, and there is an open chimney at the back in what is used as a games area which has a pool table and dartboard. Live football matches are shown on the TVs. There is a collection of ten wooden barrels forming a canopy over the counter, each barrel fronted by the crest of a Navy unit as a befits a pub close to the nearby Fleet Air Arm base.
- Ilchester Arms
The hotel is situated in the picturesque village of Ilchester close to the A303 & between RNAS Yeovilton & Yeovil. This listed building was built in the late 18th century with later extensions. First licensed in 1786 the hotel was originally known as The George Tavern and was the favourite haunt of Llewellen Powys, the writer. In 1894 The George became a drapers shop run by Eli Wilson & Son until 1925 when a fire destroyed the drapery stock & shop fittings. The building then became The Ivelchester Hotel until 1995 when it became The Ilchester Arms. From 1962-1985 Mr Ken Seaton owned the hotel & in the cellars is where he first started experimenting with combining cheese with chives, beer & a blend of spices. This & other blended cheeses are to this day manufactured & distributed by the Ilchester Cheese Company (now known as Norseland). There are 10 bedrooms each with flat screen free view televisions. There is WiFi for all hotel guests. There is conference & private dining facilities. The Bar is open daily for hot & cold beverages and real ale & the Bistro is open every day for Lunch(12 – 2.30pm) & Dinner (7 – 9PM) (except Sunday). Of note - The Bull opposite is owned by same owners.
- Dolphin Inn 32 High Street Ilchester BA22 8NH moc.tcennoctb@nni-nihplodeht(01935) 841222
22 Silver Street
Traditional 16th century pub next to the Minster for which the pub was built. Homecooked food with the meat from Bonners butchers.
Long, narrow pub with bar at the front and dining area to the rear. Food is cafe style with the 3 P's ( pizza, pasta and panini).
- Royal Oak
Friendly community pub and TV sports venue.
Modern Marston's pub on the outer fringes of the town.
- Dolphin 22 Silver Street Ilminster TA19 0DR (01460) 57904
- Wyndham Arms
Closed all day on Bank Holiday Mondays
- Wyndham Arms Ilton TA19 9EY (01460) 52164
- Keinton Mandeville
- Quarry Inn
The Quarry Inn in is a family run freehouse owned by Dave and Sue Moir since 1997. Situated just a mile west of the A37, this village inn offers traditional home cooked food, a bar serving a large range of drinks, bed and breakfast and a large function room/skittle alley. There is a terrace for outdoor dining and a large enclosed garden with play area and Wendy house.
- Quarry Inn High Street Keinton Mandeville TA11 6DZ ku.oc.ellivednamnotniek-nniyrrauqeht@ofni(01458) 223367
- Hood Arms
Former 17th-century coaching inn set beside the main road, near a beach frequented by fossil hunters. It has oak beams and an open fireplace, a comfortable bar and separate restaurant. Outside is a walled garden where boules is played in the summer. There are nine en-suite rooms and is an ideal base for walkers with easy access to the Quantock hills and the Coleridge Way. It offers good food and wines and welcomes dogs.
- Hood Arms Kilve TA5 1EA (01278) 741114
- Kingsdon Inn
The Kingsdon Inn is a 300 year old thatched pub set in the picturesque village of Kingsdon, close to the Somerset levels. Originally a cider house serving cider from the front door. The Inn is full of original features including beams, fireplaces and a bread oven. In winter the candlelit rooms and open fires provide an intimate atmosphere for lunch or dinner. In summer, visitors can enjoy a drink in the delightful garden with views across the village green. Well-behaved children and dogs are most welcome.
- Kingsdon Inn Kingsdon TA11 7LG (01935) 840543
- Kingston St Mary
Kingston St Mary
A village pub, complete with log fires and wooden beams. Home-cooked food utilising local produce. Sunday roasts and occasional live music.
- Swan Kingston St Mary TA2 8HW moc.liamg@notsgnikbupnaws(01823) 451383
- Rising Sun
The Rising Sun is a 15th-century pub in Knapp, right in the heart of rural Somerset, close to footpaths and bridleways. The bar is dog friendly and there is a wealth of beams and two inglenooks with woodburners. Located just 6 miles from Taunton (off Junction 25 of the M5), the "Riser", as it is affectionately known has an excellent simple and wholesome food menu. Roast dinners are served on a Sunday.
- Rising Sun Knapp TA3 6BG ku.oc.ppanknusgnisireht@olleh(01823) 491027
- Lime Kiln Inn
A traditional pub that has recently become part of the Butcombe brewery chain. The main bar area has a flag stoned floor with a grand inglenook fireplace which is lit in winter. There is an adjoining recently refurbished and comfortable restaurant now with large opening doors that lead onto the garden for summer use. The restaurant is a more modern addition to this 200 year old pub (first licence granted 1814). Excellent food is served with a changing specials board in addition to the main menu.
- Lime Kiln Inn Knole TA10 9JH moc.sbupebmoctub@nlikemil(01458) 241242
- Langford Budville
- Martlett Inn
Nestling in a corner of the Brendon Hills north of Wellington this 17th century inn is a community treasure. The pub has a flagstone floor, oak beamed ceiling and inglenook fireplace. Two dining areas and conservatory are adjacent to the bar and there is a charming courtyard garden. Food is locally sourced and prepared in house and a Sunday roast is available but booking is advisable. Private parties are catered for.
- Martlett Inn Langford Budville TA21 0QZ (01823) 401330
- Black Swan
A grade II listed pub in the centre of Langport which has thankfully reverted to its former name. On entering from the car park, there is a tap lounge on the left and straight ahead is the bar with a dining room extending to the right. Ales are sourced locally and nationally with the Yorkshire landlord providing some Yorkshire beers from Timothy Taylor, Black Sheep and York breweries. There is a board in the tap lounge showing the current and future offerings.
- Langport Arms Hotel
The Langport Arms is a Hotel which was originally built as a private house in 1420. Although it has been greatly extended and dramatically changed over the years much of the original building remains the same. From the 16th century the building was used as an inn and was then known as The Swan. During the 18th century it became a coaching inn. There is a large upstairs function room which hosts weddings and numerous events. Under new ownership.
- Black Swan North Street Langport TA10 9RQ (01458) 252854
- Lamb & Lark Inn
The Lamb and Lark Inn is a free house situated approximately 1½ miles from Ilchester and about 2 miles from the A303 in Somerset. There are regular events each month such as curry nights, live entertainment and quiz nights. The quiz nights, which are always well supported, raise funds for organizations such as the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance Service and St. Margaret’s Hospice.
- Lamb & Lark Inn Limington BA22 8EG (01935) 840368
- Tarr Farm Inn
A Riverside Inn and restaurant in a superb location on Exmoor National Park, just above Tarr Steps and the River Barle, dating back to the 16th Century. Accommodation consists of nine well appointed rooms. The restaurant makes full use of the abundance of excellent local produce. The pub now opens for breakfasts to non-residents from 8.30am. Afternoon tea served 11am to 5pm.
- Tarr Farm Inn Tarr Steps Liscombe TA22 9PY ku.oc.mrafrrat@seriuqne(01643) 851507
- Long Load
- Long Sutton Golf Club
The modern Club House offers a Restaurant and bar service. In addition the club house has conference rooms of various sizes. The function room can cater for up to 150 people. A dress code applies.
- Long Sutton Golf Club Long Load TA10 9JU (01458) 241017
- Long Sutton
- Devonshire Arms Hotel
Grade ll former hunting lodge facing village green. A combined bar and restaurant area in a contemporary style is furnished with comfortable seats around the log fire. Local cider is also served. Alfresco areas include a courtyard, a large walled garden and a terrace overlooking the village green. En-suite accommodation available.
- Devonshire Arms Hotel Cross Lane Long Sutton TA10 9LP moc.smraerihsnovedeht@ofni(01458) 241271
- Royal Oak Inn
Set in the Brendon Hills, this ancient village pub known as The Stump by locals, has an original flagstone floor in the main bar and a inglenook fireplace and serves a good range of four cask ales. A second bar has a pool table and a radiogram if you wish to play old vinyl records. There are three intimate dining areas where you can sample meals freshly cooked using seasonal local produce. A court yard outside is very pleasant on a sunny day. The pub is popular with ramblers and shooting parties. The nine letting rooms are high quality.
- Royal Oak Inn Luxborough TA23 0SH ku.oc.hguorobxulnnikaolayoreht@ofni(01984) 641498
- Lydford on Fosse
- Cross Keys Inn
Lydford on Fosse
An sixteenth century traditional pub with flagstone floors, blue lias stonework and a wealth of beams. Open plan bar area with two fireplaces at each end and a snug area. Many events organised such as live music, a beer festival, comedy nights and charitable events. Camping is available on site with twenty nine pitches, a shower block and toilets. There are up to four gravity poured ales available at weekends and between two and four during the week and a range of five craft keg beers.
- Cross Keys Inn Lydford on Fosse TA11 7HA ofni.nnisyekssorc@seiriuqne(01963) 240473
- Pack Horse Inn
A 16th century coaching inn which is primarily food-led but drinkers made welcome. Closing times may vary depending on customer demand.
- White Horse Inn
The White Horse Inn is a local family run pub in the centre of Mark serving good food and real ale.
- Pack Horse Inn Church Street Mark TA9 4NF ku.oc.kraM-nnIesroHkcaPehT@ofni(01278) 641209
- Marston Magna
- Marston Inn
A traditional English pub located in a quiet village 5 miles from Yeovil. Recently reopened after another period of closure following the demise of the owning chain. Young keen Landlord has plans for revitalising the pub to the delight of the locals. Thriving skittles teams already benefiting from the reopening. 'Devil amongst the Tailors' (Table skittles) in regular use in the bar where a real fire provides welcome in winter months. Note interesting bottled beers collection above one bar. There are separate areas for dining. Decent sized car park.
- Marston Inn Yeovil Road Marston Magna BA22 8BX (01935) 851813
- Bakers Arms
A small pub on the outskirts of the village on the road towards Langport. Bar snacks available and speciality coffees. A large function rom is available for events.
- Nags Head
Situated in East Street with a large walled garden, lounge diner and public bar. Serves a wide range of home cooked food including specials, light lunches, salads, snacks, vegetarian, and children's meals and a Sunday Roast. Poker and Quiz nights are a feature.
- White Hart Hotel
This ham stone grade II listed coaching inn dates from 1735 and located in a central position. It is a warm and welcoming local and serves great chef cooked food with three real ales on hand-pulls mainly from local breweries. Local clubs such as music and film clubs use the pub as a meeting place. There is a main bar for drinks and a cosy restaurant for table service. There are ten en-suite letting rooms including a family room.
- Bakers Arms North Street Martock TA12 6ER (01935) 823346
- Railway Inn
89 Ashcott Road
A fairly remote old fashioned Somerset pub on a minor B-road a few miles outside of Meare. It's a popular stop off for cyclists and bird watchers. Wilkins cider. Filled rolls are available on the Bar with a variety of fillings. Sunday Roast Lunches available but a booking must be made in advance. Functions catered for i.e. Birthdays, Christenings, etc.
- Railway Inn 89 Ashcott Road Meare BA6 9SX (01458) 860223
- Kings Head
A traditional 17th century inn with open plan rooms either side of the bar and a mix of flagstones and wooden flooring. In the flagstone area there is a raised wood-burning stove which makes it very welcoming in winter. Guitar and ukuleles ready for any visiting musicians. Landlord Mike Cable ensures his staff are friendly and helpful at the bar and restaurant. The pub holds good speciality nights. As well as cask ales there is a selection of up to seven local ciders at the bar. The owner is a gin lover and more than 100 types available. Outside is a large walled beer garden with an enclosed smoking area which features a wood burning stove. The Inn is dog friendly and very popular with walkers. The Parrett trail passes nearby. Quiz every Sunday evening.
- Merriott Social Club
71 Lower Street
Merriott Social Club was established in 1844 following a donation by Mr R H Hayward of Tail Mill, Sailcloth Textile Factory. This traditional club was built for the benefit of Merriott and all its parishioners. It is family friendly, open to both members and non members to take part in various recreational events and activities, ranging from Table Tennis, Bingo, Discos, Weddings, live music and much more.
- Kings Head Church Street Merriott TA16 5PR moc.liamg@potpaldaehsgnik(01460) 78912
- George Inn
42 Main Road
This pub which has been in the GBG for over twenty years, is a 17th-century free house with stone-flagged floors, exposed beams and log fires. Excellent locally-sourced food is served from Wednesday to Saturday evenings and Saturday lunchtime. A private dining room (seating 12) can be reserved. Farmer Jims and Orchard Pig ciders are served. Accommodation is provided with three bedrooms. Live acoustic music takes place on the third Sunday each month and there is a monthly bingo night.
- George Inn 42 Main Road Middlezoy TA7 0NN firstname.lastname@example.org(01823) 698215
Old 15th century former coaching inn set in the interesting village of Milverton which was founded on the cotton industry. Excellent family run pub where a warm welcome is guaranteed. Locally sourced cooked to order varied food menu and themed food evenings feature. Car Parking is limited but there is a village car park 150 yards away. Real cider is available in the summer months only. There are two double bedrooms should you wish to stop at the pub.
- Milverton Cricket Club
Cricket Club with strong community links. Needs review when covid-19 allows!
- Globe Fore Street Milverton TA4 1JX (01823) 400534
- Brewers Fayre
Fairly new standard Brewers Fayre adjacent to a Premier Inn for accommodation. Close to West Somerset Railway and handy for Exmoor National Park.
- Duke of Wellington
Wetherspoons pub and hotel situated in the town square. First opened in 1820 as a traditional coaching inn and posting house. Normally the guest ales are from local breweries.
- Hairy Dog
32-34 The Avenue
Run by the same family for 30 years. Very much a family pub with an adventure playground for children. Guest beer available during busier season.
- Kildare Lodge
This cracking local pub is close to Minehead town centre. The Grade II-listed building in the arts and crafts style, has a bar, two lounges and a dining room. There are twelve en-suite rooms including a bridal suite with a four poster bed. Two beer festivals are held every year with up to 20 beers available. The pub is in the local boules and quiz leagues. It is a great base for exploring Exmoor, Dunster Castle and the coast.
- Minehead & District Social Club
A members social club with pool, snooker, darts and a function room.
- Minehead & West Somerset Golf Club Warren Road Minehead TA24 5SJ (01643) 702057
- Old Ship Aground
Well-established 1906 pub set in the picturesque part of Minehead between the harbour and lifeboat station, with fantastic views of the Bristol Channel. This dog-friendly pub offers good quality food and holds food themed nights. 12 en-suite rooms all have good views. The town centre is just a short walk and Exmoor is a 20-minute drive. Fishing trips are available from the harbour. Now a Hall & Woodhouse pub with a good range of Badger Ales
- Quay Inn
Recently refurbished. Views of the Bristol Channel. The Ranch Steakhouse operates within. Open mic nights 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.
- Queens Head Inn
In a side street just off the Parade. There is an extensive food menu offering English and Thai food as well as a Wednesday and Sunday carvery. The spacious single bar has a raised seating area for dining and families. The pub features a skittle alley and games room with two pool tables. Live music events also feature.
- Royal British Legion Club 10 Bancks Street Minehead TA24 5DJ (01643) 702271
48 The Avenue
Formerly the York.
- Brewers Fayre Seaward Way Minehead TA24 6DF (01643) 803792
- Globe Inn
This 17th century grade 2 listed building is a traditional and friendly village local. Very much a sporting pub and base for the village football team. Very close to Crewkerne station on the Exeter - London line.
- Globe Inn Middle Street Misterton TA18 8LX (01460) 72455
- Notley Arms
Situated just inside Exmoor National Park the pub was refurbished in 2013 back to a traditional country inn. It welcomes walkers - the Coleridge Way runs through the village - and others who just want to drop in for a meal or a drink or two. It has a lovely stone floor and lots of comfortable seating. It offers a large range of wines by the glass or bottle. Pleasant Pheasant is the house beer brewed by St Austell. Black Rat perry is on handpump. The pub has an AA rosette for its food. It bakes its own bread and cures its own ham. Food served all day in the summer. Six en-suite bedrooms in the converted coaching house. There are plans to add more B&B accommodation, a village shop and another bar. The large garden also has a pétanque piste.
- Notley Arms Monksilver TA4 4JB moc.liamtoh@nnismrayelton(01984) 656095
- Monkton Heathfield
- Merry Monk
A pub with a large restaurant situated at the heart of the Monkton Heathfield village on the outskirts of Taunton. The pub offers a wide variety of hot food and bar snacks throughout the day, as well as a carvery. There is a play area for children.
- Merry Monk Monkton Heathfield TA2 8NE moc.tcennoctb@knomyrrem(01823) 412213
- Kings Arms Inn
This 17th century pub is situated near Montacute House recently made more famous by the recent BBC dramatization "Wolf Hall". You can eat in one of two dining rooms, in the quaint, atmospheric abbey room with views of the church or in fountain room with its relaxed, airy atmosphere, exposed walls and open fire place. There is a dedicated meeting room available for business conferences – local clubs and charities are also able to use this facility free of charge.
- Phelips Arms
This pub is situated just 200 yards from the National Trust Montacute House and is a lovely ham stone village pub offering a warm and friendly welcome. Home-cooked meals and daily specials are made from locally sourced ingredients where possible. There is a pleasant walled garden away from the road and perfect in the summer. The separate skittle alley is also used for small functions and skittles parties. Open bank holiday Mondays 12-5. A selection of two or three Palmers cask ales and the real cider on hand-pump is also from Palmers.
- Kings Arms Inn Montacute TA15 6UU (01935) 822513
- Thatchers Arms
Friendly country pub located next to the tidal River Parrett between the villages of Huntworth and Moorland close to the town of Bridgwater. The pub has a warm welcome from the landlord and landlady. Well priced home cooked food.
- Thatchers Arms Moorland TA7 0AN (01278) 691270
- Ring O Bells
Pit Hill Lane
This family-run freehouse serves at least two beers by handpump from changing west country micros. Good value, locally sourced home cooked food including vegetarian options are served in both bars and the separate dining area. Families and dogs are welcome. The Somerset Levels Nature Reserves are close by. Darts, pool and skittles are played and a jukebox is in the public bar. Off the beaten track a little but well worth searching out.
- Ring O Bells Pit Hill Lane Moorlinch TA7 9BT (01458) 210358
- Half Moon Inn
Popular 17th-century roadside inn with a strong regular trade. Bath Gem & St Austell Tribute are the regular ales served from a stillage behind the bar and cider. The outside courtyard, in which dogs are allowed (guide dogs only inside the pub) is pleasant on warm days. The extensive menu which includes light bites before 6pm Monday to Friday and daily specials is displayed on a blackboard. Popular with families in the evenings and particularly at weekends, however they do not reserve tables. After all it is a 'pub'! Can be rather crowded at times. 'No swearing' notice on front door! There are letting rooms in the main building and former skittle alley and log store.
- Half Moon Inn Main Street Mudford BA21 5TF ku.oc.nninoomflaheht@seiriuqne(01935) 850289
- Nether Stowey
- Ancient Mariner
42 Lime Street
Popular and comfortable pub opposite Coleridge's cottage. Seating at the front part of the pub with a large fireplace on the right and raised bar area behind. Pool table in a smaller room to the left. There are quiz nights on the 1st Monday of the month. The two guest beers are mostly local. Modern accommodation block (sympathetic design) behind the pub and outside seating area and car park.
- Cottage Inn
A traditional country pub on the main A39 road between Nether Stowey and Cannington close to the Quantock Hills and the West Somerset coast. Popular for its food at reasonable prices.
1 St Mary Street
The George is the oldest pub in the village and can trace its history back to 1616 although original building dates back another century. It is a friendly multi-roomed pub with a real fire, dark wood interior, Tiffany lamps and historical photographs of the village adorn the walls. A function room is available upstairs. The pub serves as an outlet for the nearby Stowey Brewery and there is occasional live music and discos. No food served but you are welcome to bring your own or the post office/cafe across the road will deliver. Happy hours Mon - Fri 12-5 Bus service free but infrequent.
- Ancient Mariner 42 Lime Street Nether Stowey TA5 1NH moc.loa@reniramtneicnaeht(01278) 497510
- North Cadbury
- Catash Inn
The Catash Inn is located in the centre of North Cadbury village. The Catash offers comfortable accommodation with en-suite rooms. There is a large well kept beer garden.
- Catash Inn North Cadbury BA22 7DH moc.loa@4zacsemaj(01963) 441531
- North Curry
- Bird in Hand
1 Queen Square
This independently owned pub and restaurant, first licensed in the 1760’s is set in the heart of the village of North Curry, with easy access to the M5 and A358 linking to the A303. The Bird in Hand is a classic traditional pub, and its low beamed ceilings, flagstone floors and open fireplace creates a warm, friendly atmosphere.
- Bird in Hand 1 Queen Square North Curry TA3 6LT (01823) 490248
- North Newton
- Harvest Moon
A mid 20th century village pub a short walk from the Bridgwater canal with a large car park next to the village hall. Separate bar and restaurant areas. Sky Sports in the bar.
- Harvest Moon Church Road North Newton TA7 0BG (01278) 662400
- North Perrott
- Manor Arms
19 Middle Street
This comfortable, friendly 16th century village pub with a one-room layout is divided into four distinct areas, one of which has an inglenook fireplace. The pub has flagstoned floors, oak beams and exposed stonework. Five beers are always in stock with extras added at busy seasons most of which are from the west country. There is a pleasant garden for the summer. Quality food and accommodation are also offered with meal deals at times. The bus stops outside.
- Manor Arms 19 Middle Street North Perrott TA18 7SG (01460) 72901
- North Petherton
A warm and friendly pub close to junction 24 of the M5 and situated on the A38. Good range of quality ood all day. Large beer garden.
- Globe Inn
Located on the edge of the small Somerset town of North Petherton near Bridgwater. The Globe is worth visiting off the main road. A nicely run community pub. The only food served are rolls.
- Lamb Inn
57 Fore Street
Popular village centre pub situated on the A38 in North Petherton. All ales £2.50 a pint 3 - 5pm everyday.
- Walnut Tree Hotel
87 Fore Street
The Walnut Tree Hotel is a well presented community centre hotel opposite the towns main church. Dates from the 18th century. The annual carnival proceeds past the hotel entrance. Handily placed near the M5 motorway and a great base for exploring Somerset.
- White Willow
Brand new Marston's eatery opened in April 2014 in the Bridgwater Regional Business park near J22 of the M5. Indoor and outdoor play areas for children. The patio area has an open fire.
- Compass Bridgwater Road North Petherton TA6 6PR (01278) 551082
- Norton Fitzwarren
- Allerford Inn
Tom, Tim and staff will give you a warm welcome at this large remote pub at Allerford next to Victory Crossing on the West of England main line west of Taunton. Having been closed at least 3 years after extensive flood damage it has had a very expensive reconstruction and is worth seeking out. Large Menu with locally sourced food.
- Cross Keys
Former coaching house and stables dating from 1860's, now a pub with several seating areas. Large Car Park and Garden with new children's play area. A Chef & Brewer Pub with a good quality Menu cooked to a high standard. All drinks and meal orders taken at table by an enthusiastic team Dogs welcome in the garden and in front of bar. CAMRA card carrying members discount on Real Ales is 10% on pints and half's. Local Bus service 25 from Taunton to Wiveliscombe and Dulverton and 28 from Taunton to Williton and Minehead stop outside. Service 28 operates daily 25 Mon to Sat not public holidays. No late evening services.
- Ring of Bells
Family owned historic freehouse serving a range of meals to cater for all. There is a popular Sunday carvery which is served in a newly refurbished function room. Should you wish to hire the function room there is no hire charge and free food will be provided for over 35 adults attending. A friendly welcome is always guaranteed here. There is a local loyalty discount card available to regular customers. You may find that the hours vary, particularly between summer and winter.
- Allerford Inn Allerford Norton Fitzwarren TA4 1AL (01823) 461000
- Norton Sub Hamdon
- Lord Nelson
Norton Sub Hamdon
Nestled at the bottom of a Roman hill fort known as Ham Hill. The Lord Nelson offers traditional pub food in comfortable surroundings with flagstone floors and wood burning fires. Gluten free meals are available and there is a children's menu. There is a very old skittle alley with stone walls and a chapel like window that can also be used as a function room and this can be booked for large parties (14+) with a selection of hot food set at £10/person, which reports suggest is extremely good! Staff are very accommodating and friendly and if any special dietary requirement is needed, all you need to do is ask.
- Lord Nelson Norton Sub Hamdon TA14 6SP ku.oc.noslendroleht@olleh(01935) 881473
- Oake Manor Golf Club
Typical golf club bar and restaurant. Although mainly frequented by members of Oake Manor GC, the club is open to visitors, especially visiting golfers. There is an outside terrace overlooking the 1st Tee and 18th Green. There is regular live music nights particularly featuring tribute acts.
- Oake Manor Golf Club Oake TA4 1BA (01823) 461992
- Masons Arms
41 Lower Odcombe
A pretty warm ham-stone and thatched pub set in a picturesque village. Family run exuding a friendly ambience. Has six en-suite bedrooms, a cottage, glamping in a shepherd's hut and camping pitches in the grounds, overnight stays are for everyone. Good local food is available every day and enhanced with a wood fired pizza oven Thurs-Sundays.
- Masons Arms 41 Lower Odcombe Odcombe BA22 8TX ku.oc.ebmocdosmrasnosam@ofni(01935) 862591
- London Inn
Traditional local with special curry nights and live music on the 1st Saturday of each month.
- London Inn Fore Street Othery TA7 0PX (01823) 698416
- Royal Oak
Originally built in the 1600's as a farmhouse, the Royal Oak was later converted to farm workers cottages. Around the 1850's it received a licence to become a beerhouse. An attractive thatched pub with stone walls, flag stone floors and solid oak beams. There is a large car park and lovely garden along with a spacious patio which makes this the ideal family pub. Special themed food nights take place.
- Royal Oak Overstratton TA13 5LQ ku.oc.nottartsrevokaolayor@xeb(01460) 240906
- Royal British Legion Club
29 Old Main Road
A family friendly cub for all ages to meet, drink, socialise and eat in a relaxed atmosphere. Non-members are always welcome (children must always be accompanied). We regularly have events throughout the year ranging from quizes to special members events. Live music performances, skittles alley, pool table, darts, Summer BBQ's and real ale.
- Royal British Legion Club 29 Old Main Road Pawlett TA6 4RY (01278) 683765
- Queens Arms
A friendly pub in a small remote village south of Taunton which is worth the effort to find. Affordable, cooked to order, quality food.
- Queens Arms Pitminster TA3 7AZ (01823) 421529
- Halfway House
An outstanding pub serving eight to ten regional ales on gravity alongside many bottled beers and four real ciders. The inside is traditional with flagstone flooring, old solid wooden tables and benches and three real fires. This basic but busy pub deserves its many accolades including being in the GBG for over 25 years and gaining the ultimate award of National Pub of the Year in 1996. Superb home-cooked food and a recent addition is accommodation provided in "The Hut".
- Halfway House Pitney Hill Pitney TA10 9AB ku.oc.esuohyawflaheht@ofni(01458) 252513
- Podymore Inn
Red Oak Taverns operated pub/restaurant just off the A303 and close to RNAS Yeovilton/Fleet Air Arm musuem. Small bar area plus larger restaurant area which also has comfortable seating area by the woodburner. Large marquee on the patio since covid-19. One regular real plus one or two guest ales. Good choice of quality home cooked meals. Good clean toilets (gents) and large parking area and large outside eating area for the summer.
- Podymore Inn Podimore BA22 8JF ku.oc.nnieromydopeht@ofni(01935) 840484
- Castle at Porlock
A very cosy and friendly family run village pub, B and B and restaurant idealy situated for exploring the Somerset coastline and up onto the Exmoor National Park. A good range of two permanent and two changing cask ales and real ciders plus a large variety of spirits and gins available to suite every taste. There are twelve lovely en-suite letting rooms.
- Royal Oak
Village pub with a large open bar with beams. Plates, brasses and old photographs adorn the walls. There are pool and quiz teams. The skittle alley doubles as a function room. Occasional live music.
- Ship Inn
Known locally as the "Top Ship", the bar is a gem with its flagstone floor, open fire and settle seating. It has changed little since featuring in R.D.Blackmore's novel Lorna Doone. The pub dates from the 13th century and sits at the bottom of the notorious Porlock Hill that takes you up to Exmoor. Eight ales and a local cider are available and good food can be enjoyed in its restaurant or delightful three tiered garden in summer. The landlord also runs the Bottom Ship Inn at Porlock Weir. There is a local bus service Mon-Sat (not bank holidays) from Minehead and continues to Porlock Weir. In the summer there is also the Exmoor Coaster bus service daily until October from Doniford to Lynmouth and between Minehead and lynmouth from November.
- Castle at Porlock High Street Porlock TA24 8PY ku.oc.kcolropeltsaceht@seiriuqne(01643) 862504
- Porlock Weir
- Ship Inn
The pub offers fantastic views of the Bristol Channel and the coast line of South Wales. It is set next to the small harbour and pebbled beach where oyster beds have been installed. This 400 year old pub, situated in Exmoor National Park is ideal for walkers being on the South West Coast Path. It is busy in the summer but has a pay and display car park opposite. A beer festival is held early July with up to 50 ales available. Accommodation available which is also dog friendly. Landlord also owns the Ship Inn Porlock with this one known as the Bottom Ship! There is a regular bus service Mon to Sat (not bank holidays).
- Ship Inn Porlock Weir TA24 8PB ku.oc.riewkcolropnnipihs@seiriuqne(01643) 863288
- 37 Club
1 West Approach Road, Woolavington Road
On the site of the former Royal Ordnance Factory which was allocated the number 37. A large club offering a great many facilities to members and visitors. N.B. Club open to general public and membership is not required to enter. It has two bars and its multi roomed layout incorporates a concert room, two skittle alleys, dining room, snooker room with five tables and outside, a beer garden, fishing lake and football pitch. CAMRA members are welcome with a CAMRA card which allows club membership discounts. Note Sunday food in two sittings 12 pm and 2 pm.
- Puriton Inn
A traditional family run country pub close to J23 of the M5 and therefore ideal for a stop off if heading to the West Country. It is a large multi roomed pub which includes a pool table room and skittle alley. Popular for home cooked food, the pub has both lunchtime and all-day specials as well as themed food nights and a Sunday roast. Ales are from Somerset and Devon breweries. There is a September beer, cider and music festival.
- 37 Club 1 West Approach Road, Woolavington Road Puriton TA7 8AD moc.loa@bulc73eht(01278) 685190
- Queen Camel
- Mildmay Arms
Built in circa 1640, the Mildmay Arms is a traditional English village pub. After a chequered history in recent times it had been open and closed several times before being closed and effectively abandoned for two years. Situated just 600 metres off the A303 near Sparkford, on the road to Yeovil it was purchased by the present owner in 2014 and a huge rebuild/refurbishment took place reviving the pub to a high standard not seen for many years. The patio area looks onto the road which can be busy at times, but plenty of chairs with large umbrellas can make outside dining quite pleasant. As at October 2018 car parking is no longer available opposite the pub and finding somewhere to park may be tricky! In addition to two real ales and local cider there is an extensive wine and spirits list. A thriving pub for locals who have what is effectively is their 'own bar' and a separate bar which leads to the restaurant. Several skittle teams keep the alley well-used and the pub lively.
- Mildmay Arms High Street Queen Camel BA22 7NJ moc.oohay@smrayamdlim(01935) 850456
- Raleghs Cross
- Raleghs Cross Inn
Large comfortable roadside pub on the Brendon Hills - gateway to Exmoor National Park. It has a bar across the front with several eating areas beyond the bar with food served all day every day between noon and 8.30pm. Carvery available Wednesday and Sundays. Can be very busy in the summer. Popular with holidaymakers. It caters for weddings and all kinds of parties. The hotel part has 17 rooms.
- Raleghs Cross Inn Brendon Hill Raleghs Cross TA23 0LN (01984) 640343
- Valiant Soldier
The pub dates back to 1720 and is ideal for country walks and exploring nearby Exmoor, the coast and Dunster. This vibrant locals pub has quiz, pool, darts and skittles teams to see it through the winter months. Set by a small river where you can relax and watch the bird life. The food is of good quality and locally sourced. It has been run by Land Lord Mike for over 30 years.
- Valiant Soldier Roadwater TA23 0QZ (01984) 640223
- Rockwell Green
- Barley Mow Inn
The Barley Mow has a large car park and is well served by public transport and is less than a mile from the centre of the town of Wellington and is just a couple of miles from the Somerset/Devon Boarder. The Blackdown Hills lie to the south and the Quantocks lay to the north of the village. Meals on a Saturday evening only provided with a booking. Carvery Sunday & Wednesday lunchtime between 12:00 & 14:00.
- Barley Mow Inn Rockwell Green TA21 9DA (01823) 972754
- Ruishton Inn
A traditional country village pub located just 2 minutes from junction 25 of the M5 with ample parking in an off road private car park. The Inn has a separate long and bar, conservatory, and beer garden. There are numerous elephants scattered around the lounge as the landlord and land lady are avid collectors. The pub was owned by Wadworth but now by Red Oak Taverns and will give landlord more flexibility with the ales range over the coming months.
- Toby Carvery
Regular Toby Carvery near M5 junction.
- Ruishton Inn Cheats Road Ruishton TA3 5JW ku.oc.nnInothsiuRehT@eniloraC(01823) 442285
- Sampford Arundel
- Beambridge Inn
A managed pub within the Butcombe Brewery estate. Located near Wellington, Somerset, just a few miles away from junctions 26 and 27 of the M5. Recently refurbished, this charming inn provides a unique blend of a characteristic country pub with modern, stylish letting rooms.
- Beambridge Inn Sampford Arundel TA21 0HB moc.nniegdirbmaeb@ofni(01823) 672223
- Sampford Moor
- Blue Ball Inn
A contemporary country pub that has been around since the building of the railway. The "Blue Ball" probably indicates property owned by the Sandford Family, but there may also be an association with the particular "marl" or "marlstone" blue clay that was mined locally. It has been improved and extended over the years and now boasts a skittle alley which doubles as a function room. In recent years the original large fireplace and stack has been removed to increase bar area, and a car park and beer garden have been created on the opposite side of the road.
- Blue Ball Inn Sampford Moor TA21 9QL ku.oc.notgnillewllabeulb@ofni(01823) 660857
- Seavington St Michael
- Volunteer Inn
Seavington St Michael
This cosy three roomed pub has built a strong reputation with real ale enthusiasts for Windy Brewery ales brewed on site in the purpose built building to the rear. Owners Ruth and Colin found the inclination to form a true Brew Pub in Somerset and named the brewery after the very windy weather problems encountered by the builders and even today name all their brews after the wind and weather. This fine Brew Pub is well worth a visit.
- Volunteer Inn New Road Seavington St Michael TA19 0QE ku.oc.ylloveht@ofni(01460) 240126
- Shepton Beauchamp
- Duke of York
A typical south Somerset village, with the inn, school, shop and church dominating the centre. The inn has a split-level interior creating interest and is somewhat unusual. Externally, a high pavement with benches gives a village overview and to the rear is a pleasant garden and recent letting rooms. A good selection of of home cooked food daily except Mondays. This pub is well worth a visit.
- Duke of York North Street Shepton Beauchamp TA19 0LW ku.ekudnotpehseht@ofni(01460) 240314
- Babbling Brook
This freehold pub dates back to the 16th Century in parts and has retained its original character with old beams & open fireplaces. The pub has a traditional feel without fruit machines, juke box or pool table. Dogs not allowed.
- Babbling Brook Shurton Shurton TA5 1QE email@example.com(01278) 732695
- Exmoor Forest Inn
A cosy, friendly and welcoming bar is the heart of Exmoor Forest Inn. The cask ales change frequently however they regularly feature beers from local breweries Exmoor Ales, Otter Ales and Clearwater Brewery. They also have on the bar cider from the renowned Westons cider range with Old Rosie. The food is all freshly cooked to order. West Country produce is used wherever possible and the menus always include some vegetarian dishes.
- Exmoor Forest Inn Simonsbath TA24 7SH ku.oc.nnitserofroomxe@ofni(01643) 831341
- Etsome Arms
6 West Street
A former cafe this micro-pub is among first of a breed in Somerset and the branch runner-up 'pub of the year' for 2020. It is cosy, friendly and serves between four and six ales on gravity, depending on time of year and time of week with all changing regularly. Quality cold bar snacks sourced locally and include a range of scotch eggs and gala pies. Children and dogs welcome. This micro-pub is well worth a visit.
- Globe Inn
Traditional stone-built coaching-inn with a large front bar, restaurant, sports and games bar and large beer garden at rear.
- Royal Oak
A traditional pub with two bars. A public bar on the right with high tables and stools where you will find a dartboard and TV. More of a lounge bar found on the left hand side. There is a real flame gas fire in both rooms. There is normally a ale from the Fine Tuned brewery just down the road. There is no car park but there is some street parking outside the pub. Quiz nights on alternate Wednesdays. Pool table.
- Unicorn Hotel
Double-fronted stone-built hotel. Restaurant to the left, large flag stoned bar to the right, divided into three areas. Magnificent open-fire. Function room to rear. Busy welcoming pub with 7 guest rooms.
- Wheathill Golf Club Wheathill Somerton TA11 7HG moc.tcennoctb@cgllihtaehw(01963) 240667
- White Hart Inn
The White Hart has been trading as a inn in Somerton's delightful market square since the 16th Century. You cannot miss it as there is a large model of a White Hart on the entrance porch. It is much larger inside than you might first envisage and there are plenty of tables for dining or coffee and cakes. A courtyard provides al fresco eating and drinking. Numerous awards and newspaper reviews can be found on the website. Opens at 9:00am but alcohol only served from 11:00am. Payment by card only - no cash.
- Etsome Arms 6 West Street Somerton TA11 7PS moc.duolci@emoste07907 046213
- South Cadbury
Large attractive pub in the centre of a pleasant village with flagstone floors throughout and a log fire both ends. Display cases containing artefacts and information about nearby Cadbury Castle, reputed to be King Arthur's Camelot from various excavations over the years. Excellent food is served, all home cooked and the staff make for a very friendly visit. Close to the A303 and well signposted it makes an ideal stop off for those travelling to or from the West Country. Dogs and children are welcome.
- Camelot Chapel Road South Cadbury BA22 7EX ku.oc.buptolemac@seiriuqne(01963) 441685
- South Chard
- Perry Street Social Club
Knapp Mill House
The club was originally founded by the Small & Tidmas Lace Factory as a workers' club before being taken over by its members in 1899. The club provides social and recreational activities for its members and families and new members are always welcome. Non-members are also welcome but will not receive member benefits. Children welcomed until 9.30pm, Saturday to Thursday, and 11.30pm on Friday. Large function room capable of holding 100 people. Two skittle alleys.
- Perry Street Social Club Knapp Mill House South Chard TA20 2SU ku.oc.bulcteertsyrrep@rgmspo(01460) 220239
- South Petherton
- Brewers Arms
18-20 St James Street
This pub is just 1/2 mile from the A303 and has appeared in over 20 consecutive editions of the Good Beer Guide. During this time around 3,000 different ales have been served and documented. The ‘Brewers’ is a hub of village life, a true community pub that keenly supports local events and charities. Beer festivals are held over both Spring and Summer bank holiday weekends. Regular live music and quiz nights feature. The adjoining Old Bakehouse provides excellent quality food including breakfasts and a take away menu operates.
- South Petherton Sports & Social Club
Local sports and social club with darts, skittles, pool table and bingo nights.
- Brewers Arms 18-20 St James Street South Petherton TA13 5BW moc.smrasrewerb-eht@ofni(01460) 241887
- Sparkford Inn
The Sparkford Inn is a traditional food pub with 11 letting rooms and a large function room. One bar area is for drinkers with a pool table and darts board and one for more casual customers. The separate dining room provides 40 covers and a carvery deck. Nearby is the Haynes Motor Museum.
- Sparkford Inn High Street Sparkford BA22 7JH moc.liamg@nnidrofkraps(01963) 440218
- Lamb Inn
The Lamb Inn is a Free House in the foothills of the Quantock Hills. Inside features include beamed ceilings and a wood burning stove. At least three real ales from local breweries. Dogs welcome on a lead.
- Lamb Inn Barford Road Spaxton TA5 1AD (01278) 671350
- Staple Fitzpaine
- Greyhound Inn
The pub can be found tucked away on the edge of the Blackdown Hills. It has been extended over the years into a series of rambling, connecting rooms providing a rustic mix of flagstone floors, old timbers and natural stone floors and walls. If you hear the merry laughter of the Grey Lady in the bar it just might be the inns resident ghost. Handily placed for Pickeridge Golf Course, Taunton race course and perfect for country walks or just a pint in front of the open log fire in winter. Homemade traditional pub classic food or delicious seasonal specials all freshly prepared & cooked to order using locally sourced ingredients where possible. Reopened December 2019 after extensive refurbishment including 7 en suite rooms.
- Greyhound Inn Staple Fitzpaine TA3 5SP (01823) 480227
- Royal Oak
13 The Green
One of a rare breed these days - a real 'locals' pub! In a pleasant location overlooking the village green and despite some doubt over its future things appear more secure. On entry to the right the small but lively public bar is warm in winter with a roaring fire and juke box. It has a well used skittle alley leading off. From the main entrance the left door leads to the quieter lounge bar restaurant where Sunday carvery is also available.
- Royal Oak 13 The Green Stoford BA22 9UD (01935) 426348
- White Horse Inn
Situated in a picturesque village near the Brendon Hills and close to the WSR steam railway, this traditional freehouse is a Grade II listed building. The bar has a friendly atmosphere with cosy log fire. Ales are from local and regional breweries. There is a courtyard garden. The separate restaurant, originally the Market Hall, serves Somerset produced food. The skittle alley doubles as a function room and hosts a music festival in September. Accommodation is via an outside stairwell.
- White Horse Inn High Street Stogumber TA4 3TA ku.oc.rebmugotsesrohetihw@ofni(01984) 636450
- Greyhound Inn
1 Lime Street
Welcoming refurbished sports bar, hosting darts and skittle teams and a front Bar & dining room have been recently refurbished. Both have log burning fires in the winter which keeps these rooms cosy and welcoming. Regular quiz and live music nights. Real ciders are available (Cheddar Valley and, occasionally, Rosie's Pig). Just one mile from the Bristol Channel.
- Greyhound Inn 1 Lime Street Stogursey TA5 1QR (01278) 732490
- Stoke St Gregory
- Royal Oak Inn
Stoke St Gregory
'Heart of the Village' community society has purchased the Royal Oak Inn and renovated the property to also include a shop and cafe. Please check FaceBook for up to date information.
- Royal Oak Inn The Square Stoke St Gregory TA3 6EH (01823) 490602
- Stoke St Mary
- Half Moon Inn
Stoke St Mary
Family run village pub with two large central bar areas with two smaller dining areas and a large family dining area with a terrestrial television. In addition there is a beer garden and a large family garden with a wooden play area and other activities to keep the children busy. Quiz night every Sunday.
- Half Moon Inn Stoke St Mary TA3 5BY moc.liamg@nninoomflaht(01823) 444450
- Stoke sub Hamdon
- Fleur de Lis
Stoke sub Hamdon
This historic 15th Century Country Inn has many of its fascinating original features with open fire places and arched doorways. This was once a medieval monks sleeping house and was built as an annexe for Stoke-sub-Hamdon's 11th Century Priory.
- Half Moon Ham Hill Stoke sub Hamdon TA14 6RL (01935) 824890
- Prince of Wales
Stoke sub Hamdon
Traditional country pub set within Ham Hill Country Park with amazing views from the terrace at the front. Beer Garden at the rear where a BBQ and live band can often be found in summer. Inside is a flagstoned floor and a roaring fire in winter. Very popular with walkers/dog walkers.
- Stoke sub Hamdon Working Men's Club
12-14 High Street
Stoke sub Hamdon
Stoke WMC is open to all provided that you pay a pound to enter or become a member. Membership is £5/year and, for over-65s, a one-off fee of £5 gets you life membership.
- Fleur de Lis West Street Stoke sub Hamdon TA14 6PU firstname.lastname@example.org(01935) 593274
- Bear Inn
53 High Street
Sprawling Marston's family dining pub just opposite Clark's Village outlet shopping. There is a large car park and various areas for diners and drinkers. Large garden. Large beer garden and terrace. Two function rooms for meetings or conferences. The inn’s accommodation consists of 24 en-suite bedrooms situated above the pub and in neighbouring cottages.
- King Alfred
38 Leigh Road
Friendly traditional local on the edge of the town centre but with several bus routes stopping outside. There is a single bar, and a raised area for diners. Accommodation is in 3 en-suite rooms in an old stable block. In addition to two changing beers there is a house beer but the brewer has yet to be identified.
111-113 High Street
The name of this Wetherspoon pub recalls the town's origin as an ancient settlement, called Lantokay. In time, the name was forgotten, and the settlement was called 'Leigh' and then 'Street'. It was the early Christian settlement, at Glastonbury, which attracted several Celtic saints to this area. It was one such saint who settled on the higher, drier ground above the marshes, where Street Church now stands, and founded Lantokay, the Ilan, or sacred enclosure of Kay. The pub has undergone recent refurbishment including an increase in the floor area.
Reported open and although seemingly mainly a hotel there are no restrictions and drinks only visitors are welcome. More information required please.
- Royal British Legion Club 3-5 Farm Road Street BA16 0BJ (01458) 442873
- Street Inn
There is a separate bar area with TV and pool table as well as a lounge bar. Food cooked using locally sourced produce where possible and booking is advisable. Regular Poker and Quiz nights.
- Unity Club
The Unity is a social club situated in the heart of Street, Somerset. The club offers many facilities including Sky on a big screen, skittle alley, darts, pool & snooker tables, fruit machines and a juke box. The club is also equipped with a function room available for hire. The bar is run by friendly, pleasant staff, and serves a good range of drinks including two or three guest ales at very reasonable prices. All areas are accessable by wheelchair users and pushchairs, and there is a disabled toilet and baby changing facilities.
- Victoria Fields Social Club
The Victoria Club as it is generally known, is situated on land to the east of Leigh Road, directly behind Hindhayes School. The land was deeded to the Victoria Field Charity on a 999 year lease for the purpose of providing sports and social facilities for the residents of Street and its environs. Sporting facilities include cricket, indoor and outdoor bowls, an outdoor 5-a-side football area, squash courts (including an exhibition court), tennis, rounders and soccer. The social area comprises two bars, a pool table, skittle alley and a large function room, available for club and private functions.
- Bear Inn 53 High Street Street BA16 0EF ku.oc.snotsram@teertS.nnIraeB(01458) 442021
- Olde Poppe Inn
Ye Olde Poppe Inn is one of the oldest inns in the county. The earliest record refers to a date of 1792 when it was called "Culverhay". There is a tradition that the name of the Poppe Inn derived from when servants from Parrock Lodge could pop in the back entrance of the inn and have a drink without the squire’s knowledge. There is a plain public bar and a more comfortable lounge area with a wood burning stove within a large fireplace which separates the lounge from the dining area.
- Tatworth Playing Fields
This is the village playing fields club house bar. Only open on a regular basis on a Saturday during the football season and also when there is a special event. Several bottled ales served but cask ales are available when events are held, including during the annual beer festival at Easter. Check the website/facebook to see when the events are held and for any information about opening times. All non members welcome.
- Olde Poppe Inn Axminster Road Tatworth TA20 2NZ 07377 464412
- 68 Club
68 Cheddon Rd
Formerly the Royal Air Force Association Club from 1959 to 2017. This club is a members only but CAMRA members are aways welcome. Please show your card on entry. With Town Service 1 bus stop outside, it is within easy reach of Town Centre and just 10min north of Rail Station. A very friendly club which has large function hall that can be noisy at times. To the right of main door you will find a very cosy quiet loung bar. Worth a visit if in this part of the town. In addition to the cask ales there is also some real ale in bottles.
- Ale House
78 Station Road
This local's pub on a main road junction was originally called the Cricketers Arms. A central bar with 5 hand pumps serves distinct areas around the periphery. It's very popular especially when there are major televised sporting events such as football, rugby or cricket. Saturday evening you may find a live band and an open mic night operates on a Sunday. Other events such as quiz nights are frequent and details can be found on the facebook page. Near to Taunton station.
Set in the heart of Taunton, with the Somerset county cricket ground & the town centre close by. The Bank serves modern British food with international influences. The ground floor has a cosy bar were you can enjoy a wide range of drinks including an interesting mix of beer from all over the country. This includes three craft keg lines and some excellent cans and bottles. Upstairs the restaurant has a contemporary atmosphere with doors that open out onto the roof terrace for 'al fresco' dining. Car parking is in a public car park approx 200 meters away. This pub is now table service only and 'cash free'.
- Bow Bar
Part of the well known 5 Star Castle Hotel, this very comfortable quiet cocktail bar, just yards from the busy Town Centre, is entered via the Bow Arch. Another "What Pub" entry "Brazz" is also a part of the hotel. When open after 18.00hrs enter via the main hotel entrance and turn right. Taunton Bus Station is a 3min walk.
Part of the 5 star Castle Hotel including the Bow Bar, this restaurant, bar, café is open all day and serves food from 7am-9pm (10pm Thursday-Saturday). Food is locally sourced and the menu is extensive, but you don’t have to eat. There is a strong coffee trade through the day and drinks trade from early evening with the after-works drinkers followed by a later surge of those on a night out. Cool, sophisticated and welcoming.
- Coal Orchard
30-32 Bridge Street
North Town Wharf once stood behind this Wetherspoon house, next to the River Tone. Facing it was the Coal Orchard, the site of an orchard which became the landing place for Welsh coal. Latterly the pub was converted from a former hardware store. One of JDW’s smaller premises, the frontage has Art Deco styling and seating is arranged over a single open-plan level. There is a small garden and patio area at the rear.
15/16 High Street
A new venture very like a Wetherspoons regarding food and drinks range.
- Flying Horse
123 Wandsworth Drive
The Flying Horse is popular family pub just 200 yards from the town centre and just up the road from Taunton Football Club. Inside is open plan but well segregated with the sports area on one side which leads to a snug then on to the family and dining area. Bar Food is served daily with a good choice of traditional favourites. A whole range of outdoor activities is provided such as football, skittles, quoits and swingball and for tots there is a ball pool and sandpit.
Blackbrook Park Avenue
Family friendly pub/restaurant that is a part of a national chain. At this time the Griffin is not serving cask ale but a range of ales rom bottles.
- Hankridge Arms
Originally a 16th century listed farmhouse, The Hankridge Arms had also been used as a Reeve Court in the 17th century. There are stone mullion windows, inglenook fireplaces, Oak and Elm panelled partitions, stone floors, lime-washed walls and rare decorative plasterwork.
A short walk from the bus station. This Lounge Bar/Kitchen was originally the Castle Green Inn. Comfortable seating and an extensive menu to choose from with daily specials.
- Kings Arms
22 Staplegrove Road
The red brick Kings Arms was rebuilt in 1904 following a fire to the original 17th Century coaching inn. The current building is full of character and caters for drinkers and diners alike. There are 3 handpulls on the bar whilst down the left side is an extensive seating area leading to the beer garden and smoking area. This area features a traditional red telephone box - sadly no longer in use. More intimate areas can be found at the front of the pub. Homecooked lunches and evening meals are served using local produce. Online pre-ordering is available for lunch on weekdays. Community events are supported with Ladies (Mondays) and Mens (Tuesdays) skittle leagues. Live entertainment is featured, usually at weekends.
- Lawns Social Club
The Lawns Social Club (formerly the Royal British Legion) is in central Taunton. There are currently two operational bar areas, one for members and one for events with food only available if booked in advance for events.
Mainly a food restuarant but with a huge range of wines, spirits and cocktails and a limited range of keg craft ales. Requires a full survey for more accurate details - please see website or facebook.
- Master Thatcher
The Master Thatcher is a modern public house which offers a relaxing atmosphere with the style of a traditional country inn. Located close to Taunton town centre and within easy reach of Junction 25 of the M5. Inside, the open plan pub and restaurant area is traditional in design with wooden beamed ceilings, exposed stonewalls and a feature fireplace. Upstairs on the first floor is a fully furnished function suite that presents a bar servery, dance floor and DJ Booth.
- Molly Malones
37 Tancred Street
Formerly the Malt and Hops, this pub re-opened under it's new name in late 2013. You might think that it's just another Irish theme pub, but whilst it boasts Irish ephemera, it serves cask ale too. It's Irish theme comes because the new owners are Irish and also run the Racehorse pub nearby. It has been tastefully refurbished with comfortable seating and is now a free house. 3 hand pulls on an L- shaped bar serve an Otter beer, Taylor's Landlord and a guest such as Bath Gem. Live entertainment is featured at weekends and darts and pool are available
- O Bridge
The O'Bridge is part of the Brewers Fayre chain. There is a children's play area and seating outside for the summer.
- Perkin Warbeck
22-23 East Street
This Wetherspoon pub is named after the man who claimed to be the rightful heir to the throne of England in 1497. The pub has one of the longest bars in the county and at the rear of the pub is a splendid outside terrace. Somerset Cricket memorabilia adorn the walls as befits the fact that the pub is a stones throw from the cricket ground. An excellent range of ales and ciders kept. There is a 20% reduction on meals for CAMRA card carrying members.
- Plough Inn
75 Station Road
Situated close to the Railway Station and Somerset County Cricket ground. Village style free house is entered down a ginnel then through a heavy wooden door dividing into several split level sitting and eating areas. The narrow bar extends down one wall which serves mostly locally brewed cask ales and ciders straight from the barrels that are situated behind the bar. Open fire in the colder months. Has a good reputation for award winning pub pies served with mash potatoes and mushy peas. Somerset CAMRA cider pub of the year 2013. Occasionally cask ale may not be available due to loading stillage!
- Princess Royal
25 Canon Street
The Princess Royal is a traditional family and community oriented pub on a side street within a few minutes walk of the town centre and the cricket ground. A central entrance leads into the bar area which features 3 handpulls, mostly dispensing national brands. Lunch is served daily and traditional pub games including pool, darts and skittles are available. Live music is featured on Saturday evenings. Skittles, darts and football teams are supported.
- Racehorse Inn
Very popular St Austell pub close to the town centre at the top of East Reach. Multi-roomed with front and rear bars and a small lounge with comfortable armchairs. Both skittles and darts are played regularly and there is live music every week. A large walled garden at the rear is ideal for a relaxing drink on those warm summer days. Kitchen being fitted out - Food avaialable soon including Sunday roasts - check Facebook for up to date informaton.
Part of the Corner house Hotel and just a 5 min walk from the centre of Taunton. In addition to the food times shown a breakfast is also served between 7 and 9:30 Mon to Sat and 8 to 10 Sundays.
- Ring of Bells
16-17 St James Street
Being close to Somerset cricket ground, this pub is a favourite haunt of cricket fans. Wooden floored, there are two bar areas with open fires, a downstairs eating area, upstairs restaurant and large outside courtyard. The five cask beers are from local, regional and national breweries and you may find some interesting keg beers if this is your preference. Excellent locally produced food and booking is recommended. Sporting events are shown on a TV in the bar area. This pub is now table service only and cash free.
- Rose Inn
A traditional pub with Sky Sports and BT Sports. Some reasonably priced letting rooms available which can be booked through the website. No food available.
- Shepherds Rest
64 Galmington Road
Traditional family pub that serves home cooked food. Sky and BT sports on the TV.
- Somerset County Cricket Club
The County Ground
0845 337 1875
St Austell Brewery Tribute is their main supply of beer throughout the ground. The Club does offer Exmoor Ale in the Colin Atkinson Pavilion which is only open to members. Bars & Restaurant ONLY OPEN ON MATCH DAYS.
- St Andrews Mens Club
6 Kingston Road
A members club which holds regular entertainment. With 4 full size snooker tables, pool and darts. Also shows sky and bt sports.
Part of the Hungry Horse chain of pubs owned by Greene King.
- Trinity Club
17 Trinity Street
The Trinity Club has 2 snooker tables, 2 pool tables and 4 dart boards.
- Vivary Arms
In the Parish of Wilton, once a village on the outskirts of Taunton this pub is the oldest recorded inn in Taunton. Located behind the charming Vivary Park and only five minutes' walk from the main shopping centre. The pub offers a wide selection of home made dishes. Has a charming secluded courtyard for outside seating.
- White Lodge 81 Bridgwater Road Taunton TA1 2DU (01823) 321112
- Wyvern Social Club
For over 35 years this club has been a great venue to drink real ales and real cider. A members only club with a visitors licence. A CAMRA membership card can be produced to be signed in as a guest. The club is the hub for the rugby, cricket and squash clubs who use the attached playing fields. Somerset Branch Club of the Year on many occasions over the past 20 years. Annual beer festival in October. Bus routes only relevant for Saturday daytime. Special events on Saturdays may alter opening times and food availability.
- 68 Club 68 Cheddon Rd Taunton TA2 7DW (01823) 284883
- Maypole Inn
Originally a cider house dating back to 1880. This is a large, cosy village hostelry split into various areas, mainly for dining but with ample space for those who just want a drink. It is a family friendly pub with an extensive menu plus specials and they cater for small appetites. The large garden includes a children’s play area. There is a skittle alley and a large function room. Occasional live music and quizzes feature.
- Maypole Inn Thurloxton TA2 8RF ku.oc.nni-elopyam@ofni(01823) 412286
- Lion Inn
Reopened after a major refurbishment with the bar area re-sited and fully decorated throughout. Serving a rotational selection of real ales with a list at the bar to show forthcoming ales. Customers can also make requests for certain ales to be supplied. A few ales so far have included St Austell Proper Job & Tribute, Bath Gem, Hunters Pheasant Plucker, Timothy Taylor Landlord, Exmoor Stag, Wickwar Sundowner and Skinners Betty Stoggs. The food is freshly cooked by the hosts.
- Lion Inn Church Street Timberscombe TA24 7TP (01643) 841243
- Crown & Victoria Inn
14 Farm Street
The Crown & Victoria is a family orientated pub with an excellent reputation for food. Ingredients are sourced locally and named. The pub is situated amidst a beautiful sweeping garden with willow trees. There is extensive parking situated to the rear of the pub and nicely hidden out of sight from the beer garden. Open in the mornings for coffee and a Sunday roast is provided.
- Tintinhull Working Men's Club
2 Vicarage Street
The club was originally founded in 1907 by the Southcombe brothers. Although a member's club, new members are always welcome, and will be able to make use of a welcoming bar with large screen tv, pool table, darts and two skittle alleys which also doubles as a function room, available for hire.
- Crown & Victoria Inn 14 Farm Street Tintinhull BA22 8PZ ku.oc.airotcivdnanworceht@ofni(01935) 823341
- Winchester Arms
Thriving community free house on the outskirts of Taunton, near to the Blackdown Hills. A comfortable bar area is separated from the long dining area by a fireplace. The locally sourced home-cooked food is excellent (booking is advised at popular times). The streamside gardens are perfect for families and dogs. The pub offers good value accommodation. Popular quiz takes place on Sunday nights and there is occasional live music and a beer festival held in the first week of August.
- Winchester Arms Church Road Trull TA3 7LG moc.sulp.llurttahcniweht@liame(01823) 284723
- Lowtrow Cross Inn
A wonderful remote period period pub with a range of locally sourced food on the menu and three real ales. Theories differ as to how the Lowtrow Cross name came about but perhaps the most plausible explanation has a historical basis. Raleigh’s Cross was erected by Simon Raleigh who fought at the Battle of Agincourt (1415) and marked the place where the body of his wife, Joan, rested while preparations for her funeral were being made. Joan had died in Devon and so, on its way to Raleigh’s Cross, her body needed to rest en route at another cross, or in French, at L’autre croix. It’s easy to imagine that the French words came to be mispronounced “Lowtrow Cross.” The building itself dates from the seventeenth century and used to be a working farm. When the farm was turned into a pub is not known, but it certainly was one by the early 1900s.
- Lowtrow Cross Inn Upton TA4 2DB (01398) 371220
- Haymaker Inn
A former Wadworths pub situated five minutes from the A303, the Haymaker is a traditional country inn set in the foothills of the Isle Valley. It is ideally located between the two Somerset towns of Ilminster (5 minutes) and Chard (5 minutes). Muddy dogs and muddy boots are welcome in the bar and garden areas only. There are facilities to the rear that could be used as a one stop for motorhomes. There are 5 en-suite double letting rooms, all recently refurbished to a high standard, starting from £60 per night with a full English breakfast. Bar snacks are served lunchtime and a roast is available on Sundays. There is a full menu in the evenings but no food on Sunday evening.
- Haymaker Inn Wadeford TA20 3AP moc.liamg@nnirekamyah(01460) 64161
- Royal Oak
27 Main Street
Initially a cider house in 1700 this has been a pub for 200 years. On the A361 bwtween Walton and Street this road side pub hides its great interior behind its painted brick walls. Certainly worth a stop. Bus Stop near by with buses running from Taunton and Bridgwater to Street, Glastonbury and Wells. Not Sunday or Public Holidays. A function Room and garden is due to open in 2018.
- Royal Oak 27 Main Street Walton BA16 9QG moc.liamg@722kaolayor(01458) 899883
- Cotley Inn
A traditional country pub that is well worth finding. Inside the main entrance is a bar area with a welcoming wood burning stove to greet you in the winter months. To the right of the bar is a seating area and challenging skittle alley. The dining areas can be found on the left. This is a smart and delightful pub in a wonderful rural setting. In summer it is a splendid place to sit outside on the raised patio area or in the beer garden situated across the parking area. Excellent food is served and due to the popularity of the cuisine, booking is advised. There is usually two/three well kept beers available on gravity, normally from the Otter, Teignworthy and Exeter breweries, but you may find that the choice is widened from time to time. There is also a choice of three real ciders.
- Cotley Inn Wambrook TA20 3EN ku.oc.koorbmawnniyeltoc@tcatnoc(01460) 62348
- Washford Inn
The Washford Inn offers a warm welcome atmosphere with a light airy bar, as well as a stylish dining area with great home cooked food. There is a small private function room for meetings and functions as well as 8 hotel rooms.
- White Horse Inn
The pub dates from 1709 and is near to the ruins of Cleeve Abbey and close to the Torre cider farm. This riverside free house is an ideal base for visits to the coast, Exmoor National Park, Quantock Hills and the West Somerset Steam Railway. A good range of locally sourced food is available.Various charity events are held including the famous bike pub run. B and B is available in the pub and in a separate lodge.
- Washford Inn Washford TA23 0PP (01984) 641633
- Bell Inn
3 Market Street
This is the oldest pub in Watchet dating back to the 16th Century and it boasts many fascinating period features. The current function room used to be stables, with horses being brought in directly through the bar! A serving hatch still exists between the pub and The Old Foundry in Swain Street, where beer was passed directly to the workers. This traditional, friendly, family run pub is situated just 100 yards from Watchet's picturesque Marina. There is a good selection of well kept real ales and ciders and there is a beer, cider and music festival held in August. There is a large menu of freshly prepared, homemade dishes, including a Children's Menu. The pub hosts six skittles teams and two quiz teams competing in the local quiz league. There is also a regular quiz held in the pub and monthly Open Mic Nights and Live Music.
- Esplanade Club
5 The Esplanade
Built in the 1860’s as a sail making factory and now home to the Boat Owners Association, the club is an archive of local history and memorabilia with unique murals and even its own Tardis. There are great views over the Marina and Bristol Channel. The club is a busy music venue with live acts every weekend, open mic on first Tuesday of the month and folk every fourth Wednesday. Winner of Somerset CAMRA Club of the Year in 2020.
- London Inn
23 Market Street
Late C18 Grade II listed building with a bar at the front and a restaurant at the back. Two handpumps, one in use during winter months.
- Pebbles Tavern
24 Market Street
This small unique tavern has won numerous CAMRA awards for Cider Pub of the Year including 2020 and in 2015 was the 'runner-up' National Cider Pub of the Year. As well as the ales there can be up to 30 ciders, 60 gins, 24 rums and 64 whiskeys. You are allowed to bring in your own food from various shops in Watchet. Poetry night is first Tuesday of month and regular music nights include folk, sea shanty, jazz and acoustic.
- Royal British Legion Club
CAMRA members and other visitors are welcome to this club which is just a few paces from Watchet’s historic harbour. Almost since the first building stone was laid back in 1930, the Club has provided a social centre for its members and their guests. The Club is undergoing a substantial refurbishment. The comfortable main bar is equipped with a stage for regular live entertainment programme and bingo. Indoor sports include skittles, darts, pool and snooker. A separate Lounge with large screen television and conservatory is a facility for private parties, meetings and other group events.
- Star Inn
Reopened and refurbished January 2022 after floods. This twice Somerset CAMRA Pub of the Year has been in the GBG for over 19 consecutive years and was runner up in 2019. It is renowned for friendly staff and its congenial atmosphere. The pub hosts dart, quiz and boules teams and holds music nights in the summer. It also does port and cheese nights, theme nights and is home to the infamous Sunday night "bad boys club". Mick's beer tours have run over 100 trips from the pub. The Star has a high reputation for its locally sourced food and has daily fish and butchers specials.
- West Somerset Hotel
17 Swain Street
A 16th century coaching inn in an attractive village at the foot of the Quantock hills. There is a Large open plan bar with a pool table on the right. There are three handpumps on the bar - two in use in winter months and all three in summer. The pub has skittles, darts and quiz teams. There are seasonal real ciders available. The pub provides good quality, locally sourced food with meals available in the summer months. Popular with locals and near the West Somerset Railway and therefore it is frequently used by railway enthusiasts. Numerous railway photos and paintings adorn the walls and West Somerset Rail passengers get 10p of a pint and 10% off all food on production of the days travel ticket.
- Bell Inn 3 Market Street Watchet TA23 0AN (01984) 631279
- Watchfield Inn
Re-opened August 2020 after 5 years closure and a period of renovation. A huge rambling old country pub with a large central bar area with one or two cask ales poured straight from the cask. A smooth flow ale and Guiness on keg along with a good range of lagers and ciders. Also has at least two traditional farmhouse ciders. Food is good basic pub grub with a range of steaks and large portion sizes. Large car park with on-site camping and caravan pitches to the rear. Good sized gardens to enjoy the sun and fresh air whilst eating or drinking.
- Watchfield Inn The Causeway Watchfield TA9 4RD (01278) 782393
- Rock Inn
Situated on B3227 just west of Wiveliscombe this is a wonderful Pub and Restaurant with Accommodation which you should not pass. Mon to Sat Bus service 25 between Taunton Bus/Rail Station and Dulverton stops out side the door. Traditional pub food is served alongside more contemporary dishes. The menu changes regularly according to what is available during the seasons and food is sourced from local suppliers and farmers. A good selection of cider might include Bere Cider Company's Gold Rush (6.5%), Stan's Traditional (6%), Luscombe Organic (4.9%), Quantock Brewery's Copper Knob (6.3%) and Thatchers Katy (7.4%).
- Rock Inn New Road Waterrow TA4 2AX (01984) 623293
- George Inn
An ancient Coaching Inn and one of the oldest and most prominent buildings in this large village. There are six refurbished en suite double bedrooms. Open all day from midday with roaring log fires in the winter and a lovely sunny garden in the summer. Children are welcome throughout the hotel, with a play fort in the garden and children’s menu. Dogs are welcome and they can be fed and watered if required. The oldest part of the building is the lower bar which is believed to date from the mid 15th Century. The building has grown considerably from this time with the majority of the building being Georgian, including the impressive arched entrance to the Courtyard, through which you reach the car park and the walled garden. It is said that Judge Jeffreys held Court in the room above the lower bar in the 17th Century.
- Isle of Wedmore Golf Club Lascots Hill Wedmore BS28 4QT (01934) 712222
- New Inn
This classic village inn is the centre for many local events including the famous annual turnip prize and international spoof. The public bar, lounge and dining areas are complemented by a beer garden to the rear. A chalkboard lists forthcoming ales, mainly from the west country, all served from three handpumps. Traditional, good-value home cooked food is served. There is a skittle alley/function room and winter skittles and darts provide a hive of activity.
- Swan Inn
A village pub with 7 en-suite bedrooms. Opened as a Beer House in the early 1700s, the property was subsequently enlarged to become 'The Swan Hotel' from the mid 1800s with rooms, stables and coaching yard. In addition to the food times shown breakfast is served from 9am to 11am and afternoon tea, hot drinks, cake and hearty bar snacks are available all day. The kitchen is closed every Monday afternoon from 3pm to 6pm.
- George Inn Church Street Wedmore BS28 4AB (01934) 712124
- Cottage Inn
31 Champford Lane
Situated on Champford Lane, just away from the High Street the pub has a friendly atmosphere, welcoming families and pets. There is a simple lunch menu available Tuesday to Sunday from 12pm - 2pm. There is an excellent range of real ales on offer as well as an extensive range of malt whiskeys. There is a selection of traditional pub games - pool, darts, table skittles, shove ha'penny and a large skittle alley which is available for hire. Happy Hour is Monday to Wednesday from 5.30pm to 7.30pm when there is 50p off a pint.
- Green Dragon Inn
23 South Street
A 250 year old inn fully renovated & reopened in 2016. Part of The Chapman Group which has 37 hotels, pubs & restaurants across the south of England. 13 guest rooms available. Pleasant enclosed courtyard beer garden at the rear. The 2 regular ales are joined by up to 4 guest ales with recent beers including Exmoor Ale, Bath Gem & Skinners Cornish Knocker & Betty Stogs. Cider includes various products from local producer Sheppy's & Wyld Wood from H Weston & Sons. Good range of reasonably-priced food. Meeting room available for hire.
- Iron Duke
Town Hall Buildings, Fore Street
Opened on 30th August 2016 this new Wetherspoon is named after the famous Duke of Wellington. The building has, at very great expense, been massively rebuilt from the Wellington Town Hall which also previously had a Rex Cinema on the upper floors. The building was in a very dilapidated state and needed some considerable work to achieve the finish that we see today. The upper floor has been opened out to reveal a magnificent brick wall and wooden carved roof. A visit just for the architectural effects is worth the effort in addition to the usual Menu and Real Ale choices which will feature local breweries. There is no car park and you will need to use local municipal car parking. The nearest is west of the traffic lights towards Exeter and can be found on the right, between Fore Street & North Street. Buses of Somerset service 22/22A from Taunton to Wellington High Street just 90m from pub; services continue to Rockwell Green or Tonedale daily, day time, every 15min Mon-Sat. Hourly on Sundays/Public Holidays. No evening services. Extra service No 22 Mon-Sat only (not Public Holidays) to and from Tiverton every two hours.
The Pub in the High Street only offers gravity fed real ale from casks on classic stillage at certain times of the year (not sure when!) but is backed up with a collection of traditional cider and rotating lines of local craft beer, fine wines and a variety of liquor. Several bus services wih a stop right outside the pub. (see details above)
Marstons dining pub on a roundabout between Taunton & Wellington on the A38. Popular with families but can get quite noisy.
- Victoria Arms
43-45 North Street
Town centre sports bar.
- Vintage Inn
24 Fore Street
Traditional high street pub. Landlord David has been in charge for 14 years & the pub has previously won Enterprise Inns Highly Commended Award, South West Division. 2 for £10 food offers during the week & 2 roasts for £10 on Sundays. 3 letting rooms for bed & breakfast available above the pub & 3 more in a separate building nearby. Has received the maximum score of 5 out of 5 (very good) for food hygiene. Regular DJ on Friday nights & live band on Saturdays. 3 real ales always available. Regulars include Otter, Doombar, Butcombe, Spitfire, Tribute & Landlord
- Cottage Inn 31 Champford Lane Wellington TA21 8BH (01823) 664650
- Cottage Inn
68 Wembdon Hill
A traditional village pub that was previously a Wadworth pub but has been now been purchased by a local couple and has become a freehouse. Smart refurbished interior with two rooms and one has a pool table. There a small car park for three vehicles and plenty of roadside parking. There is a regular quiz night and food is brought in from a local pizzeria.
Part of The Green Wembdon. The bar is known as Viridor Lounge and is home to Wembdon Cricket Club and Wembdon Football Club. It features three real ales from the Marston's brand range. It also has a dart board, pool table and live sports on a large screen tv. The bar can also be used by the village hall within the same building which can be booked for parties and functions including weddings. The hours in summer are extended as follows: April to September Monday 6pm to close Tuesday 5.30pm to close Wednesday 5.30pm to close Thursday 5.30pm to close Friday 5.30pm to close Saturday 11am to close Sunday 10am to close Anybody can use the club but members get a discount on drinks.
- Cottage Inn 68 Wembdon Hill Wembdon TA6 7PZ (01278) 423259
- West Bagborough
- Rising Sun Inn
The pub was constructed around 16th-century cob walls and dates back to 1573. It was originally called The Shepherd’s Crook but was known to the villagers simply as "Crook". There is a magnificent original front door, original beams and more than 80 tons of solid oak timbers which gives the pub a special feel. In 2000, the pub was gutted by fire but was fortunately rebuilt. There’s an informal bar, known by the locals as ‘the riser’, a piano room, snug and high in the rafters, a dining room with views over Exmoor. Very much a food pub with an impressive menu. On a Sunday they serve as follows: 10am (brunch without a bar), 12pm Sunday lunch menu, 3pm lighter menu and 6pm normal evening menu. The food menu can be found on the website. An ideal base for walkers and cyclists.
- Rising Sun Inn West Bagborough TA4 3EF ku.oc.hguorobgabnusgnisireht@ofni(01823) 432575
- West Buckland
- Blackbird Inn
Dates back to 1773 and is a rustic traditional country inn with a restaurant, bar, open fireplaces and lawned gardens for outside dining. There are also 6 quality full en suite rooms, consisting of 4 Kings,1 twin and a cosy double. The Blackbird Inn is well located near Wellington, just off the A38, just 4.5 miles from Taunton and is less than an hours drive from the seaside towns and villages South and North Somerset. Exmoor National Park is on our doorstep. N.B. The Blackbird is only open to residents.
- Blackbird Inn West Buckland TA21 9HX (01823) 461273
- West Camel
- Walnut Tree
This village inn formerly known as the Globe, has been extensively refurbished with thirteen en-suite bedrooms which are all furnished to a high standard. Friendly staff, quality restaurant-style food some with a strong Caribbean influence. There is a comfortable bar with oak and flagstone floors and a separate restaurant, itself covering two rooms. Sunday roast provided.
- Walnut Tree Fore Street West Camel BA22 7QW moc.letoheerttunlaweht@ofni(01935) 851292
- West Chinnock
- Muddled Man
A family run, popular, traditional free house in a very picturesque village. Large beer garden with well kept flower boxes and troughs which are a sight to be seen. A warm welcome is afforded to visitors and locals alike. Children and dogs very welcome so long as parents and owners are well behaved! Good home cooked food is served in a happy and jovial way by this family team and specialises in a variety of steaks and Sunday lunch so popular it must be pre-booked.
- Muddled Man Lower Street West Chinnock TA18 7PT moc.loa@namdelddumeht(01935) 881235
- West Coker
- Royal George Inn
11 High Street
Owned by Palmers of Bridport this traditional 16th century Somerset coaching inn has inglenooks, log fires, flag stone floors and oak beams. Varied menus with vegan options. Skittle alley often busy with league games but can double as a function room. Easy disabled access to entrance but not toilets. Car park can be tricky to enter and leave as between traffic lights. Car park is also steep which may cause less able some difficulty walking to entrance.
- Royal George Inn 11 High Street West Coker BA22 9AN ku.oc.rekoctsewegroeglayoreht@ofni(01935) 862334
- West Hatch
- Farmers Arms
Slough Hill, Higher West Hatch
A converted 16th century farmhouse retaining many original features including exposed stone walls, wooden beams and a huge inglenook fireplace which is used as a log store for the woodburning stove near the entrance. Three real ales available withe one ale that changes from time to time. In the heart of the Somerset countryside but only 15 minutes drive from Taunton, the Farmers Arms is the perfect location for an escape to the country. The beer garden enjoys excellent far reaching views of the surrounding fields and hills. Excellent food with a pie day on a Tuesday and a burger night on a Thursday Quiz night held every other Sunday.
- Farmers Arms Slough Hill, Higher West Hatch West Hatch TA3 5RS moc.liamg@reganamsmrasremraf(01823) 480980
- West Huntspill
- Crossways Inn
17th-century inn with eight handpumps and an ever changing range of up to twenty five guest cask ales per week. Drinks range also includes two keg ales with one a key keg from craft breweries from around the country including Arbor, New Bristol, Thornbridge, Norther Monk. A selection of real ciders and a range of twenty canned craft ales makes this pub an absolute treat for those wanting a huge selection of well kept drinks and rightly voted Somerset CAMRA branch Pub of the Year for the last eight consecutive years - except 2021 covid year! Several bar areas with real fires during winter (plus an outside fire to keep the smokers warm). Separate dining room, with an extensive range of good value food. Function room. Discount scheme for CAMRA members - 20p off a pint of Real Ale but this increases to 40p Mon-Thurs 3-5 pm. Dogs although normally welcome are not admitted into the dining areas between 18:00 and 21:00 on Friday & Saturday.
- Orchard Inn
102 Church Road
Large village pub located on the A38 in the village of West Huntspill. It has a separate bar, games, casual dining and restaurant areas. There is a carvery served seven days of the week alongside a main menu.
- Crossways Inn Withy Road West Huntspill TA9 3RA moc.nnisyawssorceht@evets(01278) 783756
- West Monkton
- Monkton Inn
The pub can be found in West Monkton which is a short distance from Taunton. The licensees lived in South Africa for many years and this is reflected in the menus which can include Zebra, Ostrich & Springbok. The excellent garden features a children's play area. Dogs and horses are most welcome. A take away menu is available and this includes real ale in cartons.
- Monkton Inn Blundells Lane West Monkton TA2 8NP moc.liamtoh@9002lavretep(01823) 412414
- West Pennard
- Apple Tree
Large roadside pub dating back to 1674 which has retained many original features whilst adding a farm shop within the front bar area. 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. Further reports required as there are indications that the pub has changed hands.
- Red Lion
A 15th Century country pub with inglenook fireplaces and beamed ceilings.
- Apple Tree West Pennard BA6 8ND (01749) 899205
- West Quantoxhead
- Windmill Inn
The Windmill Inn lies between Bridgwater and Minehead in West Somerset, overlooking the picturesque St. Audries Church and Bay. Situated in the charming village of West Quantoxhead.
- Windmill Inn West Quantoxhead TA4 4DS (01984) 633004
- Bird in Hand
A traditional pub with a nice homely and welcoming feel. The food offering is a short but good range of home cooked food to a good quality and portion size. Only has one ale which varies and usually from St Austell or Exmoor breweries and could be dispensed through a hand pump but usually straight off the cask. There is a good range of keg lagers and keg ciders.
- Bird in Hand Main Road Westhay BA6 9TN (01458) 860859
- Sedgemoor Inn
19 Main Road
The Battle of Sedgemoor was fought on 6 July 1685 and took place at Westonzoyland close to the pub. It was the final battle of the Monmouth Rebellion and followed a series of skirmishes around south-west England between the forces of James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth, and troops loyal to James II. The pub frontage has a mural depicting the battle. This is a traditional country pub where you can enjoy freshly prepared food Tuesday - Sunday, from light bites, pub classics or something from the grill.
- Sedgemoor Inn 19 Main Road Westonzoyland TA7 0EB (01278) 691382
- Wheddon Cross
- Rest & be Thankful Inn
Cyclists and walkers will find this pub very welcoming after a long climb to what is the highest pub for many miles, being nearly 1,000 ft above sea level. This 19th century coaching inn, at the heart of Exmoor National Park, has its own skittle alley, pool table, dartboard and private function room. Dunkery Beacon and Snowdrop Valley are both close by. Good locally sourced food is available daily at reasonable prices and there is a carvery on Wednesday and Sunday.
- Rest & be Thankful Inn Wheddon Cross TA24 7DR ku.oc.lufknahtebdnatser@yats(01643) 841222
- Masons Arms
2 North Road
A beautiful thatched 16th century inn with oak beams throughout and a pleasant garden where locals and visitors alike sit and relax. The pub hosts quiz teams in the local league. It has a good reputation for its food and quality of its ales. Riches cider is always available. It is close to the coast, Quantock Hills, West Somerset Railway and a short drive to Exmoor National Park. Accommodation is available in 5 en-suite rooms in the adjoining annex.
- Railway Inn
55 Long Street
This old inn set beside the A39 has two bars, a small lounge and games room. Internally white walls are interspersed with black beams and stone fireplaces. It has teams in the local quiz, darts, skittles and pool leagues. It also hold its own quiz on Monday nights. By the skittle alley at the back of the pub is an outside seating area. The pub is close to the West Somerset Railway, the Quantock Hills and Exmoor.
- Wyndham Arms
10 High Street
The Wyndham Arms used to be a St Austell pub. It has been a free house for some years. It is a lively local and gets very busy during the holiday season. There is a small bar at the front, a large restaurant to the left and a pool room behind the bar. It also has a skittle alley with its own bar. There is a large garden behind the pub. The real ciders include Thatchers Cheddar Valley and Orchard Pig.
- Masons Arms 2 North Road Williton TA4 4SN ku.oc.liamtoh@notilliwsmrasnosameht(01984) 639200
- Royal Oak Inn
An attractive thatched inn and hotel within Exmoor National Park. The village is noted for having been the birthplace of Ernest Bevin. The inn also houses the oak stores and post office. The Winn Brook runs past the inn and over the ford that leads up to Exmoor and Tarr Steps. The inn has won a number of awards for its food and details of where food is sourced locally can be found on the website. Summer hours are extended on Sat/Sun. Note this estabishment is open to both residents and non-residents as a restuarant but not as a walk in Inn for drinks only!
- Royal Oak Inn Halse Lane Winsford TA24 7JE ku.oc.roomxekaolayor@seiriuqne(01643) 851455
- Bell Inn
A traditional free house that can be found in the centre of the village and which is under new ownership. It has an L shaped bar and a separate bar/function room where darts, skittles and pool are played. A very welcome and recent addition to the pub has been the installation of a wood burning stove. Many activities are hosted such as a quiz night and bingo. Good value food including a popular Sunday roast. For walkers the pub is on the Liberty Trail.
- Bell Inn Church Street Winsham TA20 4HU (01460) 30677
- Royal Oak Inn
An old Exmoor Country Inn family run with family values and a great old fashioned feel serving great local ale and food. The two bars and a 40 cover dining room which doubles as a function room are all decorated with an interesting array of historical country pursuits memorabilia. A lovely open fire and log burner for the winter and a few outside tables for the Summer months. Since being re-opened June 2019 the pub is well supported by locals. N.B. A house ale called Withy Wanger is now always available in place of one of the Exmoor Ales.
- Royal Oak Inn Withypool TA24 7QP ku.oc.loopyhtiwkaolayor@osunioj(01643) 831506
- Bear Inn
8-10 North Street
This 17th century former coaching inn is very much a community pub. The Exmoor brewery is nearby and the onsite "Black Bear" Micro Brewery brews from the Bear Inn's outbuildings. An outside bar will operate during the summer during day times and weekend evenings. There are two rooms sharing one bar, a children's area and garden. Good value meals and daily specials, using local produce where possible. A breakfast is served on a Sunday. Close to Exmoor and the Brendon Hills.
- Three Horseshoes
Situated in the Hamlet of Langley Marsh, approximately a mile to the north from Wiveliscombe Square this small but welcoming pub is worth seeking out even though its opening times are restricted by its remoteness. It is a family concern with good quality meals and snacks, washed down with well kept Real Ales and Ciders. The surrounding country is delight for both travellers and walkers alike.
- White Hart Hotel
The hotel is a former coaching inn dating back about 350 years and can be found in the town square. The White Hart was once owned by the Hancock family brewery and changed it's name from the Green Dragon to the White Hart in 1807. Wiveliscombe is home to the Exmoor & Cotleigh breweries and both brewery beers feature in the bar together with a guest from further afield. In addition to the food times shown the bar is open each morning and offers a breakfast and extensive coffee menu from 8:30 to 11:00. There are 16 refurbished en-suite rooms.
- Bear Inn 8-10 North Street Wiveliscombe TA4 2JY moc.liamg@ebmocsileviwnniraebeht(01984) 623537
- Wootton Courtney
- Dunkery Beacon Country House Hotel
Set in the Exmoor National Park, a large 1880's house in its own grounds at the west end of the village and clearly signed. It no longer has a bar, but serves bottled beers, some bottle conditioned, as well as cider and perry all supplied from local breweries and producers. These are only available at meal times when ordering food from the menu in the Coleridge Restaurant. This is a condition of the licence. Outstanding views to the south from terrace garden, restaurant and upstairs accommodation rooms. The hours in summer are extended:Wednesday to Friday 18.30 to 20.30 Saturday 11.00 to 16.00 and 18.30 to 20.30hrs. Sunday 09.30 to 16.00hrs. A wonderful friendly family run hotel; you will not be disappointed by your visit.
- Dunkery Beacon Country House Hotel Wootton Courtney TA24 8RH email@example.com(01643) 841241
Recently renovated 200-year-old roadside pub about five miles south-east of Taunton. Good home-cooked and locally sourced food is served in the restaurant (no food Sun eve). The pleasant enclosed beer garden is available for private functions.
- Canal Langport Road Wrantage TA3 6DF (01823) 480210
- Armoury Inn
1 The Park
So named because it was the arms repository of the 16th (Yeovil) Rifle Volunteer Corps. It is said that powder and ammunition was stored in the cellar. The building was converted to licensed premises, known as the Armoury, in the early 1980's. A pub just-off the town centre with typical pub food. There is pool, darts and skittle teams plus a strong following of football and rugby on Sky Sports with two big screens and three TV's. Can get very busy at times. Up to three real ales available and even a real cider.
Abbey Manor Park
Large Marston's estate pub and a popular venue for pre and post match drinks when Yeovil Town FC are playing at home. Also a popular sports TV venue.
Standard Beefeater pub/restaurant adjacent to Premier Inn with accommodation.
- Beehive Inn
A community pub with a children’s play area that is safe and away from the road, and a large car park at the rear. Also at the rear is a pleasant and frequently used skittle alley which doubles as a function room. Dart board in main bar. Traditional pub food served, and a '5* hygiene' rating. A large file of interesting records indicating that this pub has been in existence since 1841 is readily available for customers to view. Juke box can be a bit loud at times. The pub has a strong reputation for raising money for charity. An all too-rare 'proper locals local'.
- Bell Inn
207 Preston Road
Still known as 'The Bell', this was once a thriving local that was rebuilt substantially. Even the skittle alley was incorporated into the rebuilding, and now with disabled access from the large car park at the rear and re-branding as 'The Hungry Horse' it became popular with families. It then suffered a disastrous fire, but was rebuilt and continues to thrive as a lively standard Hungry Horse pub with extensive menu and even live bands. Luckily for the locals there is still a warm welcome from the friendly staff and the skittle alley is kept busy.
- Black Horse Inn
The Black Horse is a warm and welcoming pub based in the heart of Yeovil. It has quite recently been taken over by Jo Fuller. They consistently offer great events such as: Live Music, Quizzes, Bingo and many other different events. The pub boasts a juke box and large bar area. Reasonable prices. Please note that there has been reports of some erratic opening hours.
- Butchers Arms
Pleasant, friendly local at the edge of the town centre. The single L shaped bar has a real fire. Loud juke box, two screens showing pop videos and football etc, several games machines and darts in the bar with a separate skittles alley up a steep slope to the rear. Outside toilets to the rear for ladies and gents. Access to pub and toilets can be challenging for those with mobility issues. No longer owned by Dorset Brewing Company and Cask Marque certification ran out at the end of January. The pub can also be contacted on 01935 428932 or 07931473357.
- Coopers Mill
Greene King pub on the edge of Yeovil with a large bar area complete with Pool Table & Dart Board and a dining area. Weekly Quiz Night on a Thursday and twice a month there is a Disco/Karaoke. Two outside areas. Sky Sports, BT Sport and ESPN is screened.
- Globe & Crown
73 South Street
Large town pub and hotel. Rooms available with private bathrooms.
- Great Lyde
1 Cavalier Way
An old farmhouse conversion, the Great Lyde is split into two distinct halves; the Sportsman’s Bar is popular with locals and the separate Lounge Bar leads to the Restaurant, with family dining, including a carvery using local produce where possible. Despite being closed and reopened on more than one occasion the present recent management changes give reason for optimism, along with the previously forgotten and now reopened skittle alley that has meant there is now guaranteed custom on several nights each week.
- GWRSA Club
Yeovil Pen Mill
Friendly pleasant small club located immediately adjacent to Pen Mill railway station in Yeovil. Pictures adorn the walls of the railway connection in the town. Card-carrying CAMRA members MUST be signed in by the staff (if there is any doubt from the staff please state permission been given by Secretary Mike Crocker) Evenings can be busy with skittles as part of Yeovil's thriving skittle scene additionally the superb alley is often used for cup ames and also doubles as a function room when alley is covered.
- Manor Hotel
Greene King establishment under its oldenglishinns badge. An 18th century manor house together with converted stables that are connected to the main building at first floor level. 42 letting rooms in a very central location. Function suites for events like weddings. Outdoor drinking areas. There is parking but is pay and display except for residents and function attendees who have to give car reg to reception.
- Old Barn Club
Old Barn Way
A Club situated at Old Barn Way, Yeovil. Busy friendly club with all welcome although membership allows 10% discount on selected drinks. Good weekend entertainment and has two event rooms for hire. Sports on several screens, dartboard in the adjacent bar to the main area. Plenty of seating and comfortable chairs. Usually has two cask ales and a variety of other drinks and a range good club food. A separate building with bar houses two skittle alleys, usually set @ 90 degrees to each other.
- Pall Tavern
15 Silver Street
Friendly, comfortable oasis amid the nightclubs of Yeovil town centre, the Pall (pronounced ‘pal’) feels more like a country village inn. The cosy single bar serves three real ales and excellent food in generous portions – try the Sunday roast. A new feature is themed food nights. The subdued radio and mute TV encourage conversation, so everyone feels welcome here. This is a safe pub, even at weekends. Children are welcome and the pub is dog friendly.
- Pen Mill Hotel
Built in the mid 1800's this hotel and bar was built for Pen Mill Train Station. The hotel rooms were recently refurbished as have the dining room and bar.
- Quicksilver Mail
168 Hendford Hill
Roadside pub with a unique name commemorating a high speed mail coach. Unmissable when coming into Yeovil on the A37 from Dorchester. The pub has been run by the same friendly landlord since 2002 and it has virtually been ever present in the GBG. There is a large single bar and separate dining area serving excellent food and a well priced range of wine. The pub is a well known live music destination and also holds comedy, bingo and quiz nights in the bar or function room. Camping in the carpark is restricted to motorhomes.
- Railway Hotel
63 Hendford Hill
Unpretentious basic local's pub, situated at the bottom of Hendford Hill.
- Red House
The Red House is an old, substantial, stone built pub, located by the side of the A37, just south of Yeovil. The name ‘Red House’ is believed to derive from the name ‘Redlings’, the rich, arable land around the pub being reddish in colour. The menu changes with the seasons and is modern British, comfortably interwoven with some Mediterranean influences. A Sunday carvery roast is popular and now extended to Thursdays as well. Good value lunchtime menu for £5. Comfortable lounge seating as well as a good size dining room with raised area making perfect 'top of the table' wedding reception venue. Large field adjacent to car park for the kids to let off steam. Old but well-used skittle alley situated on the far side of the (steep) entrance drive. Meeting place for Yeovil Ukulele Circle.
- Royal Standard
A 1950's pub now owned by Red Oak Taverns, completely refurbished, making it an attractive centre-of-estate pub on busy road. Large, open plan with regular poker. Also pool, skittles, crib and darts teams. BT Sports football games shown.
- Westminster 12 Westminster Street Yeovil BA20 1AE (01935) 479440
- William Dampier
97 Middle Street
A Wetherspoons Pub named after William Dampier who was born in nearby East Coker and who was the first Englishman to explore parts of what is today Australia, and the first person to circumnavigate the world three times. There is a large bar as you enter on the left and seating on the right hand side.
- Yeovil Ales Brewery
Yeovil Ales Brewery operating delivered ales on a daily basis free with 13km of brewery and reduced delivery rates further afield. Range of ales varies considerably and delivered in various formats such as bottled, small cask, airtight bags in a box etc..
- Yeovil Conservative Club
This building was for a very long time the popular roadside Duke of York pub with its rotunda bar. From 1984 to 1990 it was the nightclub 'Buddys' before reverting to the original name. Three years later it became the Conservative Club which moved from Princes Street site with the big advantage of a large 24 space car park. Care should be taken exiting onto the very busy road. The club serves Doom Bar cask ale and a range of bottled ales including Newcastle Brown. Opening hours can be variable and a lot of trade revolves around games such as skittles and pool. It is also home to a game of 'Devils among the Tailors' usually known as table skittles utilising a rare set of bottle shaped pins.
- Yeovil Golf Club
A warm welcome awaits you at this clubhouse which is open to the members of the public. Hot and cold beverages available including two real ales. Freshly prepared meals are served including a Sunday carvery. Please Note that the opening hours for summer are 7.30am-9pm and food is served 7.30am-8.30pm, throughout the week. Quiz nights on certain Wednesdays.
- Yeovil Sports Club
Yeovil Sports & Social Club is a long-established organisation that provides sporting facilities namely tennis, football, table tennis, archery and tug of war. In addition it has 2 skittle alleys. Members only club but new members welcome for a very reasonable fee. Bar snacks are available.
- Armoury Inn 1 The Park Yeovil BA20 1DY (01935) 471047