Somerset is home to some spectacular countryside and bustling towns. There are a wealth of inns to choose from for anyone visiting this fantastic part of the UK.
The Masons Arms Odcombe
If you’re looking for a quaint old inn that will take you back in time, this stone walled, thatched country pub is ideal. They also offer a wide range of accommodation. Whether you want to camp in their field, enjoy glamping in The Shepherd’s Hut, try one of their six rooms – all either en suite or with a private bathroom – or relax in one of the on site holiday cottages, you’re spoiled in terms of choice.
They serve up a good, old fashioned cooked breakfast, utilizing eggs from their own chickens, though lighter options are also available. This is a pub that believes in good, honest, locally produced food, and as such they offer all the hearty pub classics such as ham, duck egg and chips. Their fish dishes are also renowned. They serve up three real ales produced in their own brewery, with two winter specials, alongside a number of draft lagers, ciders and stouts.
The Angel Inn, Bristol
Dating back to the 15th century, this historic inn can be found just outside of Bristol, and is an ideal base for those who wish to visit the city. They boast five, spacious rooms, three of which are ensuite. It’s a traditional pub, serving good beer, a selection of wines and spirits and hearty food throughout the day.
The Old Ship Aground Pub, Minehead
With fantastic views over the harbor, the twelve en-suite rooms are all individually decorated, stylish and come complete with everything you could need. Fantastic food, home grown or locally sourced, meets a well researched range of ales, ciders, wines and spirits. They host regular live events and run a number of food specials throughout the week, from pub classics to sumptuous seafood.