Up a narrow country lane in the Quantocks, this charming old country pub surprised us with its slightly more contemporary than quaint interior and definitely not old-pub menu. We hadn't booked but were shown a table for three by a window. Drinks collected from the bar, we wished we had saved ourselves for a larger meal, as there were some good choices in all courses! As it was, we just had mains: sea trout, gilt head bream and 21-day-hung steak, all well cooked, well presented and well served. A selection of bread and butter with a jug of water came without us asking. As we were staying less than a mile away, we didn't have coffee, but we felt more than satisfied with the hospitality. Our only reservation is that access to the dining area is by a flight of steep stairs which our elderly companion found difficult - but we could have researched this before deciding to eat there.
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