The Kingsdon Inn is a charming 300 year old thatched pub set in the heart of the rolling Somerset countryside serving local ciders and ales and home-cooked food.
Originally a cider house serving refreshments to the locals from the front door, this lovely old inn continues in the same vein today, offering craft ciders and draft beers from local breweries.
A real home-from home it is full of charming, original features including wooden beams, open fireplaces and even an old bread oven.
Renowned for its home-cooked food the pub takes pride in sourcing ingredients locally where possible. From light lunches to hearty three course dinners, the talented chef creates fresh, appealing dishes guaranteed to tickle your tastebuds
In winter the candlelit rooms and open fires create a homely atmosphere for lunch or dinner and in the summer you can enjoy a drink in their pretty garden with views across to the village green.
For an overnight stay there are three inviting bedrooms each furnished in soft contemporary colours and fabrics and with traditional features. Accessed up a set of private wooden stairs to the side of the inn, there are two king-sized doubles and a standard double. With flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities and a modern en-suite shower or bathroom with fluffy towels, guests will feel at home immediately. Dogs are welcome here andthey can stay the night too for a small cost.
In the morning enjoy a delicious breakfast before setting out to explore the area. The Kingsdon Inn is the perfect setting for a weekend or holiday touring local attractions in the area as it's just off the A303 and only half an hour from the M5. This makes it an ideal base for visiting attractions like the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton, the Bath & West Show Ground, East Somerset Railway, Haynes Motor Museum, Longleat House, National Trust houses and gardens and many more.