We stopped in Room 4 for 4 nights in late September. This really is one of the best pubs we have stopped in over the last 15 years.
Peaceful location. Really great friendly staff. The food at night is brilliant. Lots of malts for whisky lovers. A few local ciders. Decent lagers on draught and some local ales. They have some Somerset Cider brandy - try the Shipwreck Brandy - tastes like whisky! Pork pies on the bar with mustard. Chips to die for. Breakfast in the morning is very informal and served at a big table and everyone sits together. Sounds awful .. trust me it isnt.
Yes a lack of tea making facilities in the room is a bit of a bore (but not end of the world). Room 4 should have a easy chair in it. It was tidy and clean.
However, the staff and Gordon/Jeanette's enthusiasm are the most impressive part of the whole show. We can definately reccommend.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Certificate of Excellence 2013, Best National Freehouse of the year 2012, Somerset Cider Pub of the year 2012, Taste of Somerset Best Pub 2013, 2 AA Rosettes and AA 5 Star Accommodation. ... more less
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- The Queens Arms Hotel Somerset