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Lower Street
West Chinnock
Crewkerne TA18 7PT
Somerset UK
muddled man Name: The Muddled Man Location: Crewkerne Amongst the hills, Churches & rural beauty of the small village of West Chinnock sits this interesting and quirky pub-an Inn that encourages a sense of humour but takes food, real ales and whisky very seriously. The pub occupies a building that was built around 1650; It was originally intended as weavers’ cottages, then licensed as a cider house in the early 1890's, and has taken on a number of names & forms since, for this reason the only parking is on the road shared with the Village School so during term time the cars parked outside at lunch time may be for the school & not for the Pub. In the case of large groups, we have access to parking off the road for most of t read more

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  • Author: Howard Borrell - 29 Apr 2012 Called in yesterday on the way to watch our team lose at Yeovil - a defeat that sealed our relegation and means we have no footballing reason to visit next season such a shame because this is one of the top pubs in the country. Cosy atmosphere, great food
  • Author: paul butler - 15 Nov 2011 my partner, daughter and i stayed 2 nights at the muddledman in november 2011.The room we stayed in was large and beautifully decorated and warm. The ensuite had a large shower enclosure, hairdryer,shaver point and beautifully tiled.
    towels were supp
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