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The Devonshire Arms, Long Sutton - pub details

Previously called: Devonshire Angel

Devonshire Arms

Address: Long Sutton, Langport, Somerset, TA10 9LP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5195) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Lime Kiln Inn, Knole (0.8 miles), Crown Inn, Langport (1.3 miles), Halfway House, Pitney (1.9 miles)

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Impressive stone building overlooking the village green. But the interior feels more like an upmarket restaurant, with prices to match. They do have a couple of real ales - Otter Bitter & Oakham JHB. No real cider was available on draught. Although they did have Ashton Press. There is a small car park at the back, which leads to a large garden spread over a couple of levels. The rear garden has vegetables growing. Felt a bit pretentious.
blue_scrumpy - 3 May 2016 19:02
Godd beer, but the interior has been ruined.
Jules_B - 27 Apr 2013 12:07
A strange place this. It is a small hotel with ideas far above its station. Someone has spent lots on creating the "Shabby chic" style that is so popular nowadays (soft leather sofas, big cushions etc) but this is a small (ish) Somerset village.
Not a great choice of ales, but they had a good selection of keg beers available. The service was casual to say the least. An interesting building I'm sure, but quite why CAMRA think it worth a place on their 2012 pub trail is beyond me, especially with both the Rose andCrown (Eli's) and BITES current No.1 pub the Halfway House both nearby
cellarbuoy - 26 May 2012 00:35
Always a good place to eat. Beers always OK - slightly on the cold side and a bit too expensive (3.20 ish) especially when the Halfway and Eli's are so close!
A bit more food orientated (but very good food)
martyngs - 20 Oct 2011 21:19
The place was totally empty when we visited. A nice if somewhat formal garden with plenty of space and a friendly dog.We both had a ploughmans which was excellent value for money with plenty of cheese and ham and bread plus other bits and pieces plus possibly the best chips for miles around.The only criticism was the temperature of the beer, much too cold for a bitter.Friendly staff just a shame about the lack of customers.
mangelwurzler - 18 May 2010 20:33

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