FOOD AND DRINK IN SOMERSET

Somerset is home to some of the best food and drink in the county. Known worldwide specifically for cider and Cheddar cheese, Somerset has over 8,500 farmers and food production, equating to the highest number of any county in the UK! Take a look at our recommendations for nearby food and drink during your stay, where you'll support independent businesses and local artisan producers.

DELIVERIES ON SITE

As part of your five star holiday, we've put together our favourite top quality delivery services to the site. With local cider, cheeseboards, baked goods, chocolate and meats on offer, you'll get the most local, sustainable and tasty produce at the click of a button!

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SOMERSET FOOD TRAIL

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The Somerset Food Trail runs through July with many of the best food and drink providers in the county joining in! The Bruton, Castle Cary and Wincanton listings are all within easy reach of our caravan park and constitute the largest submissions to the guide!

SHOP SOMERSET

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Shop Somerset is a great place to start if you're looking for local food and drink. You'll also find lots of local independent shops on their website too.

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READ ALL ABOUT THE SOMERSET FOOD TRAIL IN THE GUARDIAN - FOCUSING ON BRUTON, CASTLE CARY AND SOUTH CADBURY WHICH ARE ALL JUST A FEW MILES AWAY FROM US AT LONG HAZEL PARK!

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO JOIN THE CHEESE AND CIDER  TOUR, WE ARE NOW WORKING WITH BRUTON BIKE HIRE TO HIRE E-BIKES.

You might wish to cycle, walk or take the bus to visit shops, cafes and restaurants throughout Somerset during your stay. Take a look at our cycle routes or bus routes to help plan your day out visiting local towns and villages.

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OUR VISIT SOMERSET PAGE

Take a look at our Visit Somerset page for our top tips on the area. You'll find advice on some great restaurants, as well as extra special, often unknown, things you can only see and do in Somerset! There's also lots of ideas for holidays all year round - and food too!

LOCAL FARM SHOPS

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Teals at North Cadbury (2 miles) has everything: a farm shop, cafe, takeaway coffees, gelato, an orchard to roam around in and even bee hives. It's well worth a visit and even has a gift shop to take presents from Somerset home with you!

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The Old Parlour is our closest farm shop and cafe at just a mile away. It's a great walk to take with your dog, or perfect for a short cycle. Their menu covers local breakfasts, posh coffees and lots of tasty treats too.

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Durslade Farm Shop at Bruton (7 miles) houses some of the fanciest farm goods in the county. With their own brand of cider grown locally too, this farm shop has everything - and a cafe included. It's also next door to Hauser and Wirth art gallery and the fantastic Roth Bar and Grill.

SOMERSET PUBS

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Visit our customers' favourite pub for a home-cooked dinner at The Mildmay Arms at Queen Camel. Just a mile away in the next village, they also do a fantastic Sunday roast.

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The Camelot Inn at North Cadbury is a perfect place to stop for a drink after climbing King Arthur's Camelot at Cadbury Hillfort.

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Visit local guide Muddy Stilettos to see all of the Great Taste Awards 2022 across Somerset and nearby Dorset. They've compiled all the of the top, award-winning, locally produced food and drink so you can eat your way around the county! You'll find many of the award-winners in local farm shops.