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Half Moon Inn and Country Lodge
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The Half Moon Inn and Country Lodge is pleasantly situated in the small village of Mudford just 2 miles from Yeovil and Penmill train station. The pub has been painstakingly and lovingly restored to the original rustic nature and surroundings of the 17th Century Inn, creating a special atmosphere.

The Half Moon is one of 30 pubs in Somerset to feature in the Good Beer Guide! Our characterful beamed bar has a good selection of real ales straight from the barrel, and a wide choice of wines and spirits. Our snack and main menus offer a wide variety of home cooked food, with fresh specials every day and traditional roast on Sunday. The Inn has a spacious cobbled courtyard with tables and chairs in the Spring and Summer months, and is ideal for relaxing and enjoying a long Summer's evening.

Famous for our food locally, we are very proud of our menu offering a full variety of home cooked food, with fresh 'specials' available each day, and a traditional roast on Sunday.

The old skittle alley and log store attached to the original inn have been tastefully converted into 9 en-suite rooms. 5 other bedrooms are situated within the inn. Two large rooms can also be used as family rooms. Care has been taken to provide a spotlessly clean, intimate country atmosphere.


Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 14
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Credit Cards Accepted
Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms

Sample Menu:


Deep-fried Brie with cumberland sauce
Seasonal pate with plum chutney and toast
Creamy garlic mushrooms topped with a cheese gratinee
Smoked salmon, king prawns and a lime and dill flavoured mayonnaise
Oven roasted succulent bar-b-que pork ribs
Potato skins, loaded with your choice of fillings:
chilli, bacon & mushrooms or feta cheese and sun dried tomatoes

Main Course

Large salad with warmed chicken, garlic, herbs, tomatoes and crisby bacon pieces
Exotic sausages served with mash and gravy
Ham, two eggs, and fries
Prawn and smoked salmon chefs salad
Fillet of beef stroganoff with wild rice
Chicken fricassa, with onions, peppers, mushrooms and cream with pasta
Smoked haddock with cheese and chive mash, mornay sauce and a poached egg
Braised lamb shank served with a redcurrant and fresh rosemary gravy
Oven roasted succulent bar-b-que pork ribs
Chicken and ham pie, veg & potato choice
Curry of the day, rice, pappadum and chutney
Beef lasagna, salad and garlic bread,
Greek salad with feta, olives and a tomato dressing
Large salad with warmed chicken, garlic and herbs, tomatoes and crispy bacon pieces
Chilli, rice, soured cream, cheese and tortilla chips
Duck supreme with a black cherry mointreasauce
Steak and ale pie pot choice & veg
Chicken breast stuffed with garlic, cream cheese, bacon and white wine sauce
Fresh salmon served with a saffron and crayfish tail cream sauce
Seafood Thermador - a selection of fresh fish and seafood in a brandy cream sauce

From the grill
All grill items served with mushrooms, tomatoes, onion rings, fries / jacket
10oz Sirloin,
8oz fillet
18oz mixed grill
3 lamb cutlets
10oz gammon
16oz rump

Spinach and cream cheese filo parcels with a warm apple and plum sauce
Greek salad with feta, olives and a tomato dressing


Ginger lemon cheesecake
Fruit creme brulee
Banoffee cream pie
Sticky toffee pudding
Chocolate fudge cake
Summer fruit pudding
Warmed treacle tart
Fresh cheese board
Profiteroles with cream and hot-chocolate sauce
Fresh seasonal fruit pavlova

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