Eating OutThere is no need to go hungry in Somerset!
Somerset has lots of places to eat but the closest to us is the New Inn across the road. We can recommend the food and Steve the landlord welcomes families, walkers and dogs.
Go to their website (click on the link below) to have a look at their menu, but they also always have a good specials board. If you would like to book a table then please call them on 01934 732455
In Axbridge itself there is the Oak House and The Lamb both offering good quality food
Cheddar has cafés, Indian, Thai, Chinese and Fish and Chip shops
Although we do not have a license to sell alcohol on the premises, we have no objections to guests bringing their own
For those of you who are more adventurous there are a plethora of amazing restaurants and pubs in the surrounding villages, a few are shown below
If you would like other suggestions then please ask. There is no need to go hungry in Somerset!
The New Inn
We have always had a passion for real food and real ales – in fact we are CASK MARQUE accredited and have featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide for the past 10 years running – something that few pubs in the Cheddar Valley can say.
La Rocca aims to bring a vibrant, warm and welcoming dining experience of a traditional Italian restaurant with a team that has many years of experience in the catering industry. All our food is cooked to order using only fresh and seasonal ingredients
Lao Thai restaurant
Homemade and individually prepared to order to reflect the customer’s preference. This does take time but ensures great tastes and therefore such a visit is ideal for those who want to enjoy tasty food in a relaxing manner and without a rush – Lao speed.
The kitchen is the heart of our pub. Tom Blake and his team produce a River Cottage inspired menu which changes daily and uses all the best local ingredients. It is simple, unfussy, fresh food at its best.
The Lamb Inn
The Lamb is a traditional coaching inn dating back to 1480, located on the square in the heart of the historic medieval village Axbridge, Somerset.
Inside, the pub boasts a charming and cosy atmosphere, with traditional beams, open fireplaces and original features, plus a dartboard, skittles alley and board games to keep you entertained.
The Bath Arms
Within easy walking distance of cheddar gorge and caves, ideally located for those wishing to explore the towns of Axbridge, Glastonbury and the historic Cathedral city of Wells