Dining out


The Botanical Rooms, The Newt in Somerset, Nr Bruton (3 miles) http://www.thenewtinsomerset.com   Also ‘Horns & Pigtails’ dining room available for private hire  for 14-16 people.  Fine dining where the menus are dictated by their gardeners

The Chapel, Bruton (4 miles) http://www.atthechapel.co.uk   C17th converted former chapel with outside dining terrace- relaxed atmosphere and delicious food (inc pizzas)

Osip, Bruton (4 miles)  http://www.osiprestaurant.com  Set 5 course menu and a la carte menu of inspired food by Michelin* chef. menu

Roth Bar & Grill, Hauser & Worth , Bruton (4 miles) http://www.rothbarandgrill.co.uk  Honest, simple and seasonal food  alongside a contemporary art gallery & gardens (free entry)

The Clockspire, Milborne Port (8 miles) http://www.theclockspire.co.uk  Glitzy new refurb with sophisticated cocktail bar and amazing food; first class service, but the feel is definitely unfussy



The Stag’s Head, Yarlington (2 miles or 20 min walk across the fields) http://www.stagsheadinn.co.uk  Local quaint pub, can eat in bar or restaurant

The Orchard Inn, Galhampton (1.5 miles) http://www.orchardinngalhampton.co.uk  Good honest pub food

The Camelot, South Cadbury (2 miles) http://www.camelotpub.co.uk Good for refreshments after a hearty walk up Cadbury Castle- stunning panoramic views across to Glastonbury Tor

The Queens Arms, Corton Denham (4.8 miles) http://www.thequeensarms.co.uk  Gastro pub/restaurant, good walks from here

The King’s Arms, Charlton Horethorne (5.5 miles) http://www.thekingsarms.co.uk  Gastro pub

The Red Lion, Babcary (6 miles) http://www.redlionbabcary.co.uk  Great food pub/restaurant

The Beckford Arms, Fonthill Gifford (22 miles) Gastro pub/restaurant- good stop off for on the way down or on the way up to London

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