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The Druids Arms

Motorhome Pub Stopover


Satnav Quick Search ID: S22935S

Stanton Drew, Somerset, England, United Kingdom, BS39 4EJ

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01275 332230

Open from Jan to Dec

This beautiful historic country inn is situated next to Stanton Drew's prehistoric Stone Circles. The overall concept of our pub is simple; we serve good food and an array of drinks in relaxed, welcoming surroundings. Our head chef, uses the freshest and best of ingredients and buys locally wherever possible.
We are open 7 days for both lunch and evening meals. We offer pub classics at superb value for money. In the evening, why not get more adventurous and try some our Chefs more creative dishes.
Please contact ahead if wishing to stopover




49m above sea level

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Review by: themotoroamers
Visit date: Apr 2018
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
Picked up a friend from Bristol airport, heading for Bath. This was a perfect spot halfway. Lovely owner who offered us eggs for breakfast. Has plans to develop and level the upper site, which is a gravel parking area. Lovely views. Will need chocks. There is a narrow bridge to navigate as you approach and a steep incline into car park, so may be trickier for vehicles over 8m or towers. No issues from church bells or cockerels.
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Review by: mayn
Visit date: Jul 2017
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
Great stopover. Very friendly, welcoming staff, great food and a quiet, rural village setting. Access roads are a bit narrow in places, ok with care. There are some ancient standing stones behind the pub and a few public footpaths
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