The Holcombe Inn is a boutique pub and restaurant that is perfect for a hideaway south of Bath. This historic pub has an award winning restaurant and picturesque gardens.
This wonderful pub is steeped in history and situated in the village of Holcombe, mentioned in The Domesday Book and the ancient church nearby, a Poldark film location. They are perfectly situated from which to explore Somerset's finest landmarks including Wells, Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole, Longleat, Bath and Bristol.
They serve a range of local ales on hand pumps, ciders and lagers including organic varieties. All of their wines are hand selected for their exceptional quality and value and there is also a varied selection of cocktails to enjoy all year round. Their consistently high standards and quality of their food have resulted in many awards including listings by Michelin and 2 Rosettes from the AA.
This 17th Century country Inn has 11 lovingly restored and individually designed en-suite guest rooms, each having individual styles and names. No two rooms are the same and they are rated 5* by the AA. They offer boutique accommodation for doggies (by request) with their owners in both of their fabulous lodges.
The Holcombe Inn is surrounded by beautiful gardens and grounds which all have far reaching countryside views and they look forward to welcoming you.