The George Hotel & Pilgrim's Inn, Glastonbury, Somerset
Character and history ooze out of every nook and cranny of this centuries old hotel; you'll find it at the bottom of the High Street, you can't miss the three storey stone panelled facade. It was built as an inn in the 15th century and it's all oak beams and panelling, mullion windows with stained glass, and big stone fireplaces. They say it's haunted - a fat monk, a white lady, mysterious footsteps and things going bump in the night, but never mind that, if you're visiting Glastonbury, go and have a drink or lunch because you don't get many pubs this old.
There's a good selection of steaks and burgers and wholesome fare like Slowly braised Somerset lamb shank, Local pork belly, Hake supreme, and Sweet potato curry; sounds good.
T: 01458 831146
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