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The Half Moon Inn, Horsington - pub details

Address: Horsington, Templecombe, Somerset, BA8 0EF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22587) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Templecombe (1 mile)

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 6 users)
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White Horse Inn, South Cheriton (0.8 miles), Royal Wessex, Templecombe (0.9 miles)


user reviews of the Half Moon Inn, Horsington

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Enjoyed a lunchtime pint and meal here yesterday in pleasant surroundings.
Good range of well kept beers with 6 real ales including local offerings from Plains Brewery 'Illusion' and a rather good Hop Back 'Winter Lightning'.
Food was good pub food and priced as such and was well received by our Swedish and French visitors.
Decor was clean and functional (stripped wood floors) but without affectation to gastro pub leanings! Several roaring fires added to the general pleasant feel of the place.
trix_the_beer_monster - 14 Dec 2011 07:56
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. Modern, comfortable rooms in a separate chalet away from the main building of the pub.
The pub itself is an attractive old building with a decent slection of well kept ales. The food is recommended, especially the four cheese ploughmans and the breakfasts with Gloucester Old Spot sausages!
flashharry1965 - 1 Jun 2009 15:10
no,its not a supremely good pun or pub, just a reasonable country local...
average beer selection not spectacular, very average interior, not quite a 'mean' welcome to strnagers, but not far off.
alehouses - 29 Feb 2008 11:22
Supremely good pun. An excellent - and very keenly-priced - range of ever-changing ales are complemented by very good food (again, well-priced). The atmosphere in this beautifully preserved and presented old building of real substance is never anything less than convivial and welcoming. Try the Sunday lunches (preferably with a few pints of Palmer's Tally Ho! if it is on) and you will never want to bother with another pub's Sunday fare. Go there, get sozzled by the fire, fall in love with a wonderful pub.
CJG - 26 Oct 2006 17:08

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