18 St James Street, South Petherton, Somerset, TA13 5BW
The Brewers Arms is a busy 17th century freehouse situated in the heart of South Petherton. There is an adjoining 40 seater restaurant serving traditional home cooked food and a friendly welcome is assured. We also offer ensuite accommodation and have a rear garden, skittle alley and hold annual beer festivals.
The White Hart is a former coaching inn dating back some 350 years in the old town of Wiveliscombe, close to both Taunton and Wellington. This is where you'll find quality, local ingredients cooked with passion. Under the guidance of head chef Alex Williams, our team of chefs have worked hard to source the best of fresh local ingredients that showcase the wonderful produce that the South West has to offer; our venison comes from the Blackdown Hills and we source succulent free-range duck breast from Crediton. Our Fish is landed in Brixham and arrives into our kitchen on the very same day. On Sundays we offer a full carvery or table service using the finest meat from local farms.
The Who'd A Thought It Inn is situated in the heart of the unique and mystical market town of Glastonbury, in one of the prettiest areas of England. A truly traditional public house that serves real ales supplied by Palmer's Brewery, and an excellent selection of wines. We serve quality meals with a wide range of choice, and our menu includes local produce which is ever changing depending on the season. Classic English cuisine served in a warm and friendly atmosphere. The inn also offers five newly refurbished ensuite letting rooms. and our menu includes local produce which is ever changing depending on the season.
Your hosts Andy & Mags welcome you to The Lime Kiln Inn, a traditional 17th century freehouse situated in the village of Knole in Somerset. You can expect a wealth of home cooked food and real ales in a pub full of character and charm. The Lime Kiln has been fully restored to its original glory with settles, antique furniture and old pictures of local village scenes and includes a large dining room and an impressive inglenook fireplace.
Our menu has something for everyone, from comfort food, to well-thought out dishes, using the flavours of the season and the local produce on our doorsetp. We embrace the principle of good food in relaxed surroundings and have always endeavoured to use the freshest, best ingredients and buy locally wherever possible.
This splendid village pub offers a warm and friendly welcome. Sample some great real ales, tasty snacks and mouthwatering, home cooked meals, made from locally sourced ingredients. Look out for the daily specials board for a wide choice of meals. Head Chef and landlady, Nicola and her team, produce wonderful food from the best quality ingredients, sourced locally where possible. Enjoy a glass of wine, or quench your thirst with a perfectly kept pint of Palmer's Brewery ale. They also offer accommodation.
Old fashioned coaching inn dating from 1480, with the expected smattering of tradidtional beams, fireplaces, and traditional accoutrements. The Lamb is the focal point of the town, situated in the heart of the square, and opposite the famous King John’s Hunting Lodge.
From pub classics to our Chef's unique creations, we cater to any taste. Whether you are visiting for a light bite after a hike around the hills, or dining with friends, our menu is sure to delight. Booking is advisable - especially at weekends as we do get very busy, but we will always try to accommodate you and your party if possible. Please get in touch to book a table.
We try to ensure the menus on our website are updated regularly and the information is accurate, but due to the seasonal availability of ingredients, we can't always guarantee. Please contact us beforehand if you have any special requirements.
Gravity Pulled Beers and Ciders on Tap - Otter Bitter is our "house" bitter, and we have a great range of guest bitters available. We also have a cider bar offering a great selection of local ciders. All our beers are now available in two pint take away cartons.