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The Cheddar Valley, Wells - pub details

Address: 22 Tucker St, Wells, Somerset, BA5 2DZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22553) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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After a visit to the Globe, I didn't think its entertainment value could be exceeded. But the patrons of the Cheddar Valley Inn managed to surpass those of the Globe in the inebriation stakes. I feared for my half of St Austell Cornish Best as one young lady gyrated with an older gentlemen to something she had put on the jukebox. Finesse was not the order of the day in this dance routine. It had followed shortly after she dropped her money all over the pub floor, whilst being unable to pick it up. A few people came to her rescue. But, they also struggled to get their balance once on the floor. Just the one ale was on in here. The solitary cider - you guessed it - Cheddar Valley. I think you have to enter this pub slightly drunk in order to fully enjoy its finer points.
blue_scrumpy - 8 May 2019 21:19
A basic, no frills boozer just a short stroll from the town centre, this nonetheless seems a popular local’s pub and there was a decent crowd in on a recent boxing day visit, with the Christmas raffle in full swing. There is apparently a beer garden at the back although we did not investigate this.

It’s a single room pub, although divided in to a couple of different areas. The flooring is a pale brown tiling with pine wood cladding on the lower part of the walls and cream plasterwork up above and there is a small stone fire-place with a wood burning stove. To the left is what might loosely be described as the cosier half, with a few black beams on the low ceiling, and an old leather sofa in the window, although with a plasma that was showing the horse racing protruding from the wall just above it I would have thought that anyone sitting there would have been in danger of hitting their head when standing up. Next to this was a darts board and a piano wedged in to the corner and blocked in by a table. To the right is another darts board and a pool table.

Beers on tap were slightly disappointing with just Exmoor Ale being available on tap, although there was another pump on the bar so perhaps there is a second option on occasions. Ciders were better represented with Thatcher’s Gold, Blackthorn, and, rather obviously given the pub’s name, Cheddar Valley.
Blackthorn - 27 Dec 2013 16:28

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