Things to Do in the Area
The Farmers Arms is ideally situated for walkers - a perfect place to stop off for a hearty lunch after a morning's hike!
If exploring the wonderful woods and fields isn't your thing, there's plenty to do just a short drive from our pub.
Stop off for a light bite and make your way to one of the area's many attractions, or how about a morning at the races followed by an afternoon tea in our beer garden!
Taunton Tourist Information on Visit Somerset - Visit Website
Horse riding at Netherclay stables - Visit Website
Cricket – Somerset County Cricket Club - Visit Website
West Somerset Railway - Visit Website
Hestercombe Gardens - Visit Website
Golf at Pickeridge - Visit Website
Horse racing at Taunton, only 3 miles away - Visit Website
Horse events at Bickenhall Farm - Visit Website
Honiton is famous for its antiques shops, for example Visit Website
Taunton museum Visit website
The Herepath Trails
Why not take a look at some of the Herepath Trail around the area - stopping by for a cream tea of course!
The Farmers Arms is an ideal base to for visiting National Trust properties acting as the perfect gateway to the following: (click the name to visit the house's website):
Killerton - 40 minutes, South West
Knightshayes - 35 minutes to the West
Dunster Castle - 45 minutes to the North West
Barrington Court - 20 minutes to the East
Montacute House - 25 minutes to the East
Fyne Court - 25 minutes to the North
Stoke sub Hamden Priory - 20 minutes to the East
Gourmet Burger Night every Thursday from 6pm. Check out the full menu in our menu section
On the edge of the spectacular Somerset Levels with views to the Quantocks, Mendips and Brendon Hills – you don’t often wash up at such a wonderful, characterful inn. Inside, friendly staff greet you and your four-legged friends with water bowls and dog treats. Have a real ale, enjoy delicious food and then head off for a walk.
Lunch/dinner £5-£35. Double rooms from £89.25 per night. farmersarmssomerset.co.uk; 01823 480980
Don't forget Thursday take away fish and chips from The Farmers Arms. Beer battered filet of cod with hand cut triple cooked chips and homemade tartare sauce.
Starting from the 4th of September every Tuesday will be our
Gastro Pie Day. Lunch and dinner we will be serving an array of home made pies to temp you. Example. Chicken and mushroom, vegetable, Steak and ale, lamb and mint, banoffee pie, pecan pie these are just a few
Enjoy a hot chocolate or one of our coffees on the sofas in front the fire "Cosy"