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  • The Plume Of Feathers Inn - Name: The Plume Of Feathers Inn Location: Yelverton The Plume of Feathers is situated at Princetown in the heart of picturesque Dartmoor and offers a warm welcome to all visitors.
    We are a traditional historical Inn retaining many of the original features such as slate floors, wooden beams and granite walls and are ideally situated for walkers, hikers, geocaching and local attractions like HMS Dartmoor Prison Museum..

    We have an enviable reputation for serving traditional home cooked dishes at affordable prices using the freshest, locally sou
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  • Ship In Distress - Ship in Distress Name: Ship In Distress Location: Christchurch Welcome to The Ship in Distress at Mudeford
    near Christchurch.

    Now reopen after the fire last year and had a full refurbishment.

    Award winning Seafood Restaurant and Gastro Pub.Described on more than one occasion as "absolutely superb",our award winning fish and seafood restaurant has a remarkable history.Dating back over 300 years this one time smugglers pub is steeped in history and local folklore and has been featured on television and film, as well as being mentioned in many books wri
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  • Rest and Welcome - Name: Rest and Welcome Location: Dorchester 'The Rest and Welcome is a quaint 200 year old traditional country Freehouse Inn, full of character and old world charm with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Thomas Hardy named the pub the 'Sheaf of Arrows' inn in one of his stories.

    We are situated on the outskirts of the beautiful village of Melbury Osmond. Ten minutes away from Yeovil and twenty minutes away from Dorchester. We have ample car parking.

    Whether you're looking for intimate dining or just a relaxed drink, we invite you to e
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  • The Sailors Return - Name: The Sailors Return Location: Dorchester The Sailor's Return is an attractive 18th century thatched country inn set in rolling downland, close to Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove and miles of cliff walks. The restaurant serves best quality home cooked food and the bars have a wide range of real ales, lagers, ciders, and wines. The Beer Garden and Patio look over the beautiful Dorset countryside.

    The village is also known as Chaldon Herring. The name Chaldon means a hill where calves are pastured and Herring comes from Harang, the name o
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  • The Castle Of Comfort Inn - Castle of Comfort Name: The Castle Of Comfort Inn Location: East Harptree The Castle of Comfort Inn at East Harptree is a curious name for a pub on top of The Mendips, but it is believed to have earned it's name for providing refreshments to prisoners travelling from Wells Jail to Gibbets Brow, where they were due to be hanged in the reign of the notorious "Hanging" Judge Jeferies.

    Consider that when next you sup your pint beside one of our roaring fires in the public 'Mendip Bar' renamed because we believe the Castle of Comfort is the ideal showcase for all that's
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  • Alhampton Inn - Name: Alhampton Inn Location: Shepton Mallet The Alhampton Inn near Shepton Mallet is a real honest traditional country pub with cosy open fires. Visiting here is like stepping back in time to a different era. Situated on the Moors it has stunning picturesque scenery, so enjoy a cold glass of "cider champagne " in the beer garden.
    They offer a great welcome and excellent food making booking advisable too avoid disappointment. The food is fabulous and varied, everything is homecooked using the finest ingredients which are locally sourced.
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  • The Cat Head Inn - Name: The Cat Head Inn Location: Stoke sub Hamdon The Cat Head Inn is located in the Hamstone village of Chiselborough near Stoke-Sub-Hamdon in Somerset. The river Parrett and the Leland trails are close by, making the Inn an ideal location for a drink and a bite to eat. The Cat Head Inn, built from locally quarried Hamstone, nestles between Balam and Gant Hill in the peaceful village of Chiselborough. The Inn was converted from a farmhouse in 1896 when it was granted a beer, porter and cider license.

    The Cat Head Inn is a traditional pub,
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  • The Merry Monk - Name: The Merry Monk Location: Taunton The Merry Monk, Taunton is a public house with a large restaurant, which was judged best hospitably and prettiest pub in Taunton 2006 we have a large car park, Award winning garden with play area and disabled facilities.

    If you're not hungry and just fancy a drink then you will be welcome to join us in our comfy relaxed bar area to sample our fine wines (served by the glass or bottle) quality real ale, premium lagers and spirits or our large section of none alcoholic beverages.

    You will be
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