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Inns in Clutton Hill

Mezzé at the Warwick Arms
Upper Bristol Road

Clutton Hill

BS39 5TA | View map

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The Warwick Arms is a large and welcoming 19th century inn on the main A37 at Clutton in Somerset. It was formerly a coaching inn positioned on the main route between Bristol town and its flourishing port and the important cathedral cities of Wells and Exeter. Mezze at the Warwick Arms and Castle brings modern Mediterranean-style dining to the A37 Gateway to the West without sacrificing the wonderful historic surroundings and traditional ambience of an old coaching stop.. This lovely old inn has been redecorated to a high standard with the downstairs bars being opened out into lovely light restaurant areas with the old fireplace restored to provide a cosy and welcoming atmosphere. The old rooms upstairs have undergone an extensive (and expensive) restoration to their original use as guest rooms .The restoration of these 8 beautifully appointed rooms in the newly refurbished 1st floor accommodation has created a delightful Boutique style country inn hotel. There is an outdoor restaurant situated in the substantial lawned garden which has recently been redesigned to include a more comfortable area to eat and drink.

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