This spacious but cosy Inn offers 5, 4 star, en-suite rooms and the best award winning food and drink that Somerset and the south west have to offer.
The Oakhill Inn is cosy yet contemporary inside with real fires and real ale to be enjoyed. If the weather is fine our landscaped garden has a stunning view over the village church. Oakhill has an abundance of public footpaths and bridle ways and we have a great collection of ordinance survey maps for the walking enthusiasts amongst you.
We have five elegant en-suite bed and breakfast rooms. Awarded 4 stars from the AA, recommended by Alaistair Sawday’s special places and consistently well reviewed on trip advisor, our rooms are comfortable and thoughtfully decorated. Rooms 2 and 3 can be booked together as a family suite for a family of 4. We can provide an extra bed for £18.
Furthermore, to provide our guests with an exceptional experience at the Inn we always encourage guests to take full advantage of our great offers during their stay. Currently, we are offering guests that stay between Monday to Thursday the chance to sign up to our loyalty scheme to offer them 10% discount on food, drink and their accommodation.
We are proud of our award winning food, and are pleased to say that we have been awarded a rosette from the AA for the third year running. All our dishes are made on site by our small, dedicated team, with locally sourced ingredients. All our meat comes from Larkhall Butchers, winners of best butchers in the Bath Good Food awards for the second year in a row. Our fish is delivered daily from Cornwall and our bread comes from the amazing Bertinet bakery.
The tradition of brewing and real ale is embedded in the village of Oakhill and we help keep it alive by serving at least three Real Ales at the Inn. We use local microbreweries such as Berrow, Bath Ales, Glastonbury Ales and Stonehenge Ales, alongside our regular beers from Palmers and Butcombe.
Alongside these English beers we have three draught lagers and three draught ciders, all from local cider makers. Our wine list has been chosen to complement our great food, and we have a few interesting Cider Brandies and Calvados for the apple aficionados out there.
The pub has its own car park that is situated 20 yards before or after the pub itself (depending on which direction you’re travelling in) on the A367. If that is full there is plenty of parking along High Street.