Great food is an integral part of a great holiday. Somerset is renowned for fantastic local produce, and there are plenty of fantastic pubs and restaurants where you can eat out and enjoy it.
Here are just a few of our favourite places for eating out near Cossington park.
Red Tile Inn, Cossington
A welcoming village pub serving good quality food, within easy walking distance of Cossington Park.
The Pig & Wheel Pub, Chilton Polden
The pub serves great food prepared using the best fresh, locally sourced produce from the area. There’s a fantastic outdoor patio with views of the Somerset Levels.
There’s a very friendly atmosphere and the landlord and team provide great service. Dogs are also very welcome outside or in the upper bar/dining area .
Bower Inn, Bridgwater
A historic 18th-century pub on the edge of the Somerset levels serving great local food.
Children and four-legged friends are welcome, and they are also fully wheelchair accessible.
Old Vicarage Hotel, Bridgwater
A beautiful, historic hotel and restaurant minutes away from Bridgwater town centre. Warm and welcoming, with delicious food and beautiful gardens. Their Sunday Roasts are fabulous.
Dogs “with well-behaved humans” are welcome.
The Sheppey Inn, Near Wells
A lovely local pub “in the middle of nowhere” on the Somerset Levels.
There’s a fantastic outdoor waterside area, quirky décor, and delicious, modern European food. They also have a great range of local beers and ciders and run popular music events throughout the year.
Dog and family-friendly. Expect narrow, winding roads to get there. Booking and prompt arrival is advised as it’s very popular.
The Queen of Cups, Glastonbury
A relaxed, Michelin-starred Restaurant and Freehouse close to Glastonbury town centre and Abbey. Serving superb, tapas style, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food based on local and seasonal ingredients.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the sunny courtyard and a small, dog-friendly indoor bar area.