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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...more
we went here for a weekend in order to visit bath christmas market. on arrival we went in to the bar to book our stay. the locals inside were so friendly and offered us all seats because seating is a bit limited. the owner was...More
After a long Sunday morning at Fromes Carboot at Standerwick it’s always a pleasure to pop into Tuckers Grave for a pint of real cider, a natter & a cheese & onion roll. It’s a tiny old English Pub with flagstone flooring and a real...More
I really enjoyed the Classic car show that was very successful.
The children had a good time and we had a lovely pizza from the van.
You've done a wonderful job with Tuckers Grave I've been going there off and on for the last 20...More
Found Tuckers Grave Inn by accident when I was searching for sites near Bath to stay overnight in the campervan. We arrived on the Friday afternoon only £5 to park overnight in the field and we could fill up with freshwater. We went into the...More
Great quirky pub. Music was great performed outside in the garden also in the garden BBQ fire pit camping field with glamping great atmosphere . Lots of choice of ciders friendly staff an absolute gem!
A fantastic proper old school pub. Music and BBQ at the weekends and camping in a beautiful field next door. Great selection of Cider and beer. Friendly staff and locals. Looking forward to going back very soon.
This historic inn sells beer from barrels kept on a traditional stillage, sells local ciders as well as the usual spirits and lagers. It is tiny and really interestind as it hasn't changed much in the last 100 years, There is a spacious garden with...More
You’ve gotta come here!
Read the website to get the drift, then plan a weekend here. It’s a pub with a campsite.
Myself and 19 others arranged to meet here with our campervans and barely filled one end of the camping field, such is the...More
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
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.