Places to eat in Somerset
Find the perfect places to eat and refuel after your adventures in Somerset. There are plenty of tea-rooms and cafés serving a wide variety of food and drinks for the whole family to enjoy.
Fuel up at Barrington Court’s café, find a souvenir at the shop, browse pre-loved page turners at the Book Barn, and discover local artists at the craft studios.
Whether it’s a quick bite to eat or some retail therapy you’re looking for, Montacute House is sure to have something for you.
There are several places to enjoy a bite to eat and a drink during your visit to Dunster Castle and Watermill. Find out more about what each outlet has to offer.
Why not pop by the Courtyard Café and treat yourself to a drink or a tasty treat? Or delve into your next adventure by picking up something from the second-hand bookshop?
There's lots of picnic spots to choose from at Barrington Court from splendid gardens and orchard areas, to lush unspoilt countryside.
Relax and enjoy your alfresco feast in the courtyard, by the dipping pond or why not set up a den and picnic surrounded by nature?
There are lots of choice picnic spots to discover at Montacute if you need some shelter from a sudden spot of rain.
A picturesque village on the Holnicote Estate and a lovely place for a picnic. From the village you can find plenty of space in the beautiful Selworthy woods.
Situated on the edge of the Blackdown Hills, the recently restored Wellington Monument offers views out across Somerset and is surrounded by a far-reaching views - perfect for a picnic.
Britain’s largest gorge at almost 400 feet deep, Cheddar Gorge offers amazing views both across the Somerset levels. For a fun day out pack a picnic and walk the gorge trail.
Walk up to the tower on top of the this iconic landmark for a picnic with a view out of the Somerset levels and beyond.