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Lime Kiln Inn

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Satnav Quick Search ID: S33937S

Knole, Somerset, England, United Kingdom, TA109JH

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https://www.butcombe.com/pubs/the-lime-kiln/
limekiln@butcombepubs.com
01458 241242

Open from Jan to Dec

The Lime Kiln is a traditional 17th century freehouse situated in the village of Knole in Somerset. You can expect a wealth of home cooked food and real ales in a pub full of character and charm. The Lime Kiln has been fully restored to its original glory with settles, antique furniture and old pictures of local village scenes and includes a large dining room and an impressive inglenook fireplace.
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23m above sea level

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Review by: davee10
Visit date: Aug 2019
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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9.5
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large car park and additional grassed area with a lovely open outlook . Although on a main route traffic noise not bad and only noticeable during commute hours. Friendly welcome and food was first class and good value. Dog friendly and good walk immediately from site ask head chef for best walks details. EHU available, far end of car park, told could have it foc didn't need it so didn't abuse it. Highly recommended will return, easy find off main routes.
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Review by: cilla
Visit date: Mar 2019
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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8.25
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Outstanding pub stop on the A372. Lovely meal last night at reasonable prices. Popular pub as on a Monday night in March we had the last table. Very welcoming staff. Parkup was either on the gravel carpark to the right on the photo or there is a overflow grassy area, for dryer months. No facilities. It's reasonably level & we had a good night. I suppose the only downside is that it's a busy road & although quiet at night , was busy by 7am. Parking on the grassy area would be further from the road & so quieter. My favourite pubstop yet. ????
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