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Pub and Bars in Castle Cary

Brook House Inn and Touring Caravan Park
Station Road
Castle Cary
Somerset

BA7 7PF | View map
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This lovely landmark Inn offers a full food menu 6 days a week, lunchtimes and evenings, as well as having its own large skittle alley and function room with its own bar facility. It is ideal for parties, gatherings, meetings, weddings, groups or clubs. It also has a large beer garden with a children's play area.

For Touring Caravans and Motorhome owners we are a brilliant stopover for those going 'West' or 'East' on the A303, also for those visiting shows in the Bath and West Showground. Bath, Bristol, Castle Cary, Frome, Glastonbury, Longleat, Shepton Mallet, Wells and Yeovil are not far away. We offer full facilities for up to 22 caravans or motorhomes, with electrics and elsan disposal as well as a small shower and toilet amenity building. Tents are also very welcome. Weather permitting the Touring Park is open all year. The railway station is just 5 minutes walk up the road. Brook House Inn is in a rural location and surrounded by dairy farms that have cheese making plants and shops open to the public.

Fabulous when you can just pull in and relax and visit the pub a few yards away for drinks and good food!! We now have a new food menu. Our touring rates are excellent value for money so just give us a call to book an overnight stay, a weekend or for a few days.

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