The Kingsdon Inn is a beautiful 300 year old thatched pub, located in the small village Kingsdon in Somerset. The pub used to be a Cider House many years ago, no doubt serving the locals with its own cider brew.
Today the pub is hosted by Adam and Cinzia who have a wealth of experience in some of the UK's most respected hotels and restaurants. They have made food a key part of the Kingsdon's appeal. Making use of seasonal, local and often organic produce.
The Kingsdon Inn has been known for years as the secret stop (for lunch or dinner) for travellers heading up and down the A303, as we are located just off the A303 roundabout at Podimore. (Shhh, we're not supposed to tell anyone.)
The food is an eclectic mix of the recipes, from revamped old English comfort food to light southern Italian influenced dishes.
The Kingsdon Inn is a pub at heart and aims to cater for local drinkers and food lovers alike.
There is a beautiful fireplace in the bar, where you can warm yourself in the winter. As well as a sunny garden to sit and watch the world go by.
Bed and breakfast with cosy, comfortable rooms ensuring a refreshing and luxurious stay.
Out & About
We are lucky enough to have a number of attractions to visit, which are a stones throw away from our doorstep. The Kingsdon Inn is a great place to use as a base whilst exploring.
Walking distance from The Kingsdon, Lytes Cary Manor is an intimate medieval manor house with a beautiful Arts and Crafts garden where you can imagine living.
Explore one of Britain's most spectacular natural landmarks. From its awe-inspiring cliffs to its extraordinary subterranean stalactite show caves. Cheddar Gorge & Caves holds many fascinating secrets about our prehistoric ancestors, and is an international centre for caving and rock climbing.
Kilver Court Gardens and shopping arcade in Somerset, is the visionary design influences of Mulberry founder Roger Saul. You can visit the beautiful gardens and browse the range of brands available across the site.
Is connected with legend to a degree that is unparalleled by any other abbey in England. Since Medieval times it has held legendary status as the earliest Christian foundation in Britain linked to Joseph of Arimathea and the burial place of King Arthur.
Representing the flying arm of the Royal Navy.
The history of the Royal Navy is preserved for the benefit of today's and future generations by the National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) which includes four museums of the Royal Navy (NMRN Portsmouth & HMS Victory, Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Fleet Air Arm Museum and the Royal Marines Museum). Together they tell the story of the Royal Navy - On the Sea, Under the Sea, In the Air and On the Land.