Cider connoisseurs: You'll find this Inn most sweet indeed.
Tuckers Grave Inn is a traditional cider house and one of the oldest in Somerset.
Its doors first opened to thirsty travellers over 200 years ago, its steeped in local history, preserved in time and pickled in cider.
Monday - Thursday: 2 - 10pm
Friday & Saturday: 12 - 11pm
Sunday: 12 - 10pm
Due to the current situation our opening times may vary
Somerset’s best kept secret
There’s something quite unique about this humble little pub, having no actual bar makes it one of only 6 left in the country, ale casks are stacked on a stillage in an alcove, tapped, spiled and poured directly into your glass.
Its remained practically unchanged since WW1 with original Georgian features including wooden paneled pews and the earliest pub lettering in the country, it’s grade 1 listed and on the national inventory of historic interiors.
You’ll find no TVs, flashing fruit machines or noisy jukeboxes here just a friendly and lively vibe with a community of locals and visitors.
Outside the amazing beer garden with its beautiful countryside views is the perfect place to absorb the real taste of Somerset and for those who want to linger longer there is a choice of camping or air bnb.
Tuckers Grave Inn really does offer the best that English rustic charm has to offer and the perfect base for exploring the delights of Somerset.
As Tuckers Grave has been serving real ale and cider for nearly 200 years we know how to pour a good pint