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Tuckers Grave Inn
Motorhome Pub Stopover
|Faulkland, Somerset, England, United Kingdom, BA3 5XF|
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|The World famous Tuckers Grave Inn can be found on the A366 just outside the sleepy Somerset village of Faulkland, just 15 minutes from Bath. Step inside and you will be transported back to a by gone age. This 200 year old cider house, 1 of only 6 left in the country, is on the National inventory of Historic Interiors & has hardly changed since WW1. It is a local legend & one of Somerset's best kept secrets. A truly authentic Inn, visited by people from all over the world, steeped in local history, preserved in time & pickled in cider!|
Big car park for motorhome stopovers plus a field for wild camping with limited facilities
121m above sea level
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pay to stay. but only £5 per person. children up to 16 free.View all reviews by gehngus
its an experience worth having.
basic. but with toilets and a Cider bat (kind of).
had a great time
This place was recommend on another site as a stop off for our journey to Dorset from the north. We had terrible traffic so instead of arriving around 5 it was 9:(View all reviews by Brownie4
The warm welcome certainly helped along with a nice cider & a drink for the kids.
The price has gone up to £5 per adult. We pitched in the field next to the pub which slopes on areas. There is also a concrete area which I presume Motorhomes would be perfect for. Didn't look at the other field properly but looked flatter. We pitched along the road side so could hear the traffic.
Great little place and plenty of people there. They have events on which I would imagin would be great. Certainly recommend it.
Spent night here on way down and night on way back home. Its a great site with good beer and cider. There is plenty of space with toilets and water , no food in pub apart from fabulous pasties. Always a good stopover.View all reviews by royarnold
Interesting pub with a great range of ciders (as you’d expect). Lots of options on where to park as you can either go on the field or the hard standing at the back of the pub. They are doing a lot of improvement works and all the staff are very friendlyView all reviews by jfharris
Currently staying overnight at Tuckers Grave Inn campsite at Falkland in Somerset. It’s a tiny old cider pub (does sell beer and lager too) in the middle of nowhere. £5 per van or tent per night to stay in the field at the back of the pub. No showers but there are toilets at the pub or porta loos in the camp field. Very friendly owner Jo. Plans for shower block in the future with small fee increase. Band on tonight in the barn. Looking forward to it.View all reviews by Aders
Stopped here a couple of times now and will be stopping many more. A really quirky pub with a great history. The owners and staff are all very welcoming. Lot of camping space available at only a fiver a night. They don't do food here so take a b-b-q and enjoy the countryside.View all reviews by gingerbabs
Spent tuesday night in this incredible place. Trying to find a site whilst driving along has been made easier by searchforsites app, but the owners help with directions and pure enthusiasm for her ‘inn’ madeit a simple choice to stay. Camping fields were extensive and flat, for £5 though few facilities its a no brainer. We had barbecue so the fact they didnt do food was fine. Beer was really nice, no gas used to serve! Nice range of ciders and some shorts but no bar!!! The locals were so friendly, we were in conversation within 5 seconds of entering , got to be some sort of record. Views all round and plenty of walks from site. Certainly be going back soon!!View all reviews by royarnold
found this looking for something in striking distance of bath park and ride fabulous large field behind pub quite flat portaloos and toilets at pub also fresh water tap pub was very quirky locals and staff were very welcoming would definitely returnView all reviews by kelewen
A huge camping field set behind the historic Cider House in a very rural setting with nice countryside views. Several ciders, a real ale and lager served from the barrels in the 'bar' which also has a nice garden with fire pit. Several portaloos on the camping field and 24 access to the pub's outside toilets as well as a fresh water tap by the pub. Plenty of space for dog walking and was not busy in September (just turned up). Easier approach from the A362 than the A36View all reviews by samwillis17
Loved the historic interior of this tiny pub which has hardly changed in the last 100 years. Beers on the stillage, ciders and of course lagers and spirits - but no bar! Good garden, camping area in field at the back which has portaloos - in fact we stayed in the car park for one night as hobbling with damaged knee. Lovely friendly landlady. Oh, and no food except a very generous bread and cheese, pickles and pork pie platter. Highly recommended.View all reviews by janeerica
Fantastic find. Very quirky. £5 per unit to stay over. There is a lovley field were you can sit round a campfire but we parked up in the car park. No food served. Used the pub for a few drinks and had the bonus of a folk/Irish band playing. Very friendly and will be returning very soon.View all reviews by primrosemary