A fine town pub of great historical and architectural interest - not to mention ambiance of great character, friendly staff, some well kept ales and decent food at reasonable prices. One of the better pubs in Glastonbury and well above average. The ale was well-kept and the food very good and reasonably priced pub fare. Only problem is that it can get packed, even out of season - my last visit was in March and I only just managed to get a table.
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