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Cross Keys Inn, Somerton - pub details


The Cross keys Inn is a real ale country pub by the Fosse Way in the heart of Somerset. With flagstone floors and exposed beams we represent a fusion of traditional style with contemporary tastes. An inspiring menu from our creative chef accompanies our range of beers poured straight from the barrel.

We have 6 contemporary ensuite bedrooms for visitors, as well as a well appointed camping field for tents and caravans. There are many activities to enjoy in the area from golf, canoeing and cycling to foodie weekends. We are ideally situated for visitors to this scenic corner of Somerset.

A popular venue for locals and visitors alike, we host live music in our spacious function room. Our inventive themed events, with a range of live music acts, are creating a real buzz.

Please phone Tom on 01963 240473 who will be happy to help with all enquiries.

(last updated: 15th Jul 2015)

Address: East Lydford, Somerton, Somerset, TA11 7HA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35895) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras


Nearest train station Castle Cary (4.8 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Red Lion Inn, Somerton (1.4 miles), Quarry Inn, Somerton (1.4 miles), Pilgrims, Lovington (1.4 miles), Barton Inn, Barton St David (1.9 miles)

user reviews of Cross Keys Inn, Somerton

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This is a lively and authentic country pub that knows how to have a good time. It does very good food at a reasonable price, great beers and is a great place to hang out
bjsands - 18 Jun 2015 15:35
Don't be put off by the earlier reviews - both were written before the current landlords took over and completely refurbished the pub - it's very nicely done and staff are really welcoming. Ever-changing selection of real ales on tap and delicious food too.
JessM - 5 Feb 2015 20:05
Unfortunately this pub seems to be dying. Up for sale and apart from the three of us, just a WI meeting. The place has so much potential, being close to a busy A road.
Jules_B - 27 Apr 2013 12:14
OK but a tad grubby around the edges. Seems like a locals only establishment judging by the brusque welcome I received. I shan't hurry back.
BobOs - 1 Oct 2008 18:21

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