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Set in the centre of historic Somerton, the White Hart Inn is one of the town's oldest hostelries. It was first mentioned in parish records in 1732 but undoubtedly boasts an earlier heritage. The present inn was reputedly built on the site of the former castle-palace of Ina - king of Wessex (688 - 728 AD) - and according to popular tradition still incorporates features of 'The Castle' including an ancient staircase leading to a small room where King John of France was held prisoner by Edward III in the 14th Century. With certainty some of the present structure dates from the early 15th Century and wonderfully preserved barrel vaulting from this period still supports the ceiling of the landing and Conference Room.

The majestic Camelot Inn is situated between the beautiful city of Wells and the mystical Glastonbury. Set in the splendor of the Somerset countryside, the Glastonbury Tor can be seen from our extensive beer garden complete with children’s play area. For locals and sightseers alike, we have a boules pitch where you can while away the afternoon. Fine pub food and extensive range of cask ales are available all day, everyday, and we offer two meals for the price of one to make your visit to the Camelot Inn even better!

The White Horse Inn is a traditional village freehouse in the picturesque and historical village of Stogumber. Lying towards the western end of the Valley of Taunton Deane, the pub is within easy access of both The Quantock Hills and Exmoor.

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