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The Wookey Hole Inn, Wookey Hole - pub details

Wookey Hole Inn

Address: Wookey Hole, Wells, Somerset, BA5 1BP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5045) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.7/10 (rated by 15 users)
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After a visit to the eponymous Wookey Hole directly opposite this village pub, we retreated to the hostelry for our final stop of a couple of days in Somerset. Despite Wookey Hole having thrown out, the pub was fairly quiet. It seems to thrive on the reputation of a gastropub. But, with food not being served until 6:30pm and prices that were a touch too steep, we didn't stick around for too long. Just enough time for a swift half - St Austell Tribute, Cheddar Ales Gorge Best & Yeovil Ruby was the choice. The cider was Wilkins Farmhouse. My Ruby was quite enjoyable and a fitting way to finish an enjoyable weekend in Somerset. Overall though, I doubt I would return to the Wookey Hole Inn, unless I was visiting the attraction across the road again.
blue_scrumpy - 8 May 2019 21:45
Some would say 'quirky', some would say 'trying too hard'. Whatever your taste in decor, this is a striking village inn that serves tasty food, local ales and cider. Sunny sloping garden at the back.
richythemole - 14 Aug 2012 20:32
Good food and great beer, in a quirkily different pub. Staff friendly and knowledgeable, and the background music is a cut above the usual aural wallpaper (or maybe I just like their taste in music). Lunchtimes are more relaxed than evenings, and despite it being a very 'foodie' sort of place, dogs are welcome.
beinghuman - 29 Feb 2012 12:50
Really good, like one of the bohemian pubs in North Bristol but with posh food. Loads to look at and do, child friendly, and very good local beer and cider. Expensive, but almost certainly worth it.
mtaylor40 - 9 Jun 2011 21:58
Hardly a pub, more a fine quite upmarket bistro restaurant with a bar. Having said that, the beers are very well kept, with a strong Belgian representation and ales from Bath, Glastonbury and Cottage. The food IS expensive - this is a place for a more special night out, rather than "pub grub" - but the quality merits that. The interior could indeed be described as poncey, but actually is a pleasant change to standard country pubs - though one would not want EVERY pub to follow the Wookey Hole Inn. If you like variety in your pubs, and fancy a meal with your best beloved or sampling Belgian beers in a great garden, then try this pub. The staff are friendly and are not the pretentious twerps that the decor might suggest.
Arctium_lappa - 3 Oct 2009 23:14

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