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Tucker's Grave Inn

Wells Road | Faulkland, Radstock BA3 5XF, England
+44 1373 834230
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A true gem

This pub has always been special to our family, the previous owners were Brenda and Ivan, my dad's... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
hayoliver
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bath
Cider and camping

Fantastic old cider pub not many like this anymore, it has a good range of cinders,beers and other... read more

Reviewed May 8, 2018
_harryharris507
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Bath, United Kingdom
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Legendary Somerset pub, Tuckers Grave Inn, was built in the mid 17th Century near the burial site of a local farm worker who hung himself in a nearby barn. This historical pub has remained unchanged since WW1, and is registered on the 'National Inventory of Historic Interiors' . Tuckers has a truly unique & authentic feel as well as being only one of 6 or so pubs like this left in the UK without an actual bar.. Visitors have the opportunity to sample some local ciders, and real ales like Butcombe & soak in the real taste of old Somerset life. You might even bump into a star or two!! " This is definitely A MUST VISIT pub ! Future plans to get the camp site up and running, boosting local economy and promoting local attractions are underway so watch this space Tuckers Grave Inn is central to lots of Somerset tourist attraction
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Wells Road | Faulkland, Radstock BA3 5XF, England
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+44 1373 834230
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This pub has always been special to our family, the previous owners were Brenda and Ivan, my dad's cousin, we enjoyed the scrumpy cider, the skittles, and having a drink outside on a sunny day. A unique English pub, worth going to, you won't be...More

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Reviewed 8 May 2018

Fantastic old cider pub not many like this anymore, it has a good range of cinders,beers and other drinks, they do a plouhghmans lunch, the landlady is very friendly, lots of local characters, also has music ,people turn up to play, they just had super...More

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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

Very friendly quaint pub very relaxing.something a bit different than other pubs. would recomend everyone visits it.

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Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

Had a great get together here with friends from out of town. Good old fashion talking was the order of the evening with some great cider in tow

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Reviewed 3 January 2018

We visited Tuckers Grave on the 30th Dec for my brothers Birthday. It is such a unique, real locals jaunt retaining all its country charm. A perfect Somerset setting. The skittle alley provided a great space for us and loads of fun for a large...More

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Reviewed 8 November 2017

I've been going to this place on and off for the past 45 years. It's amazing and I hope that it never changes. Cider is king here. The nearest pub down the road in Faulkland has unfortunately closed down and so let's hope that Tucker's...More

Thank John W
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Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

I visit this pub every couple of months with family and friends. I love it! It's so quaint. So much character and beautiful surroundings. The owner, Glenda is lovely and does a fantastic job. The prices are great and you can even pick up fresh...More

Thank Rachel H
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Reviewed 11 August 2017

Lived two miles away for 8 years and just been twice in a week. Sunday night I had a pint and acquired half a pork pie, a piece of cake and a handful of nectarines. We all pitched into solving crossword clues in a very...More

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Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

I have allocated 5 before, and now wish that I hadn't because this pub trumps them all. It's an amazing place with shared tables so you can mingle with the locals, more cider than beer (& I drink beer), no lager, no bar and no...More

Thank Nicholas K
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Reviewed 16 June 2017

I visit Tuckers Grave every Tuesday evening and It is an amazing place. Exactly like the pubs of my youth in the early 60's. The atmosphere is magic. The banter among the regulars amazing. It is a place where if you visited on your own...More

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david b
26 February 2017|
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Response from Cromwell2015 | Reviewed this property |
As the others have already said, i'm sure it would be fine but would just check with the pub first about camping and opening times. They used to allow you to camp in the field but not sure if its still the same.
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Metelc
25 May 2016|
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Response from Emma W | Reviewed this property |
Yes... children very welcome!!
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