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Carew Arms Crowcombe, Somerset, TA4 4AD

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  • W Tams

  • December 2016

The Carew Arms

Excellent Stay At Carew Arms.

Really enjoyed our night at the Carew Arms. The hosts were extremely friendly and welcoming. Pub is very old (500 years) and therefore the floors and stairs are very lopsided. But this added to the whole experience. The room we stayed in was very small but comfortable even though the bed seemed smaller than a standard double we still slept very well. The room was very cold when we first entered as they have no central heating and due to the age of the building. But the electric heating did a fantastic job at keeping us warm. The breakfast was by far the best full English I've had, at a hotel, in a very long time. Highly recommend for a budget night away in a beautiful part of the world.

  • Martin W

  • November 2016

A lovely place to stay in the heart of the Quantocks

We stayed here recently for a couple of nights and would not hesitate to stay again.

I think of this as a local's pub. It's quite basic but comfortable. We spent the first evening in the bar. There is a good range of local beers which at about £3.50 a pint are pretty reasonable. The staff and the locals we talked to were all very welcoming. The public bar has a wood-burner but the bar itself is quite small. The other bar is more a bar-cum-dining room/restaurant and even though one of the rooms has a bio-mass pellet boiler, I felt the bar lacked a little atmosphere. The room was a good size, although I found the bed uncomfortable due to a protruding spring in the mattress. My wife on the other hand, found the bed very comfortable. So be careful which side you choose!. Wifi is available but we couldn't access it from the room, so had to go to the bar. Maybe this is a marketing ploy. ;)

What I did find strange was that even inside the room, I could get 4G mobile coverage whereas, where I live in suburban Surrey, even 3G is a struggle OUTSIDE. Breakfast was more than adequate. I didn't have a cooked breakfast but my wife was impressed with hers and commented on how nicely cooked and presented it was. Of course, the pub is located in the Quantocks on the edge of Exmoor and has some fantastic walking available. All in all, we enjoyed our stay and will probably stay again next time we are in the area.

  • J Lewis

  • November 2016

Short stopover

Very friendly place to stop, staff very good, room very clean, rustic place to stay.

Bar food could have more choice.

  • Ken L

  • November 2016

The Carew Arms

Enjoyable stay in old building.

Great welcome by staff. Access to rooms via internal and external stars - both need care when going up or down.

  • J Moss

  • November 2016

Lovely location in an old inn

Set in a beautiful village and very handy for the Quantocks.

The staff were extremely friendly, the room comfortable and clean and the food excellent.

  • J Cox

  • October 2016

Friendly with good food

The Carew arms is a delightful old very welcoming Inn set in a picturesque village with gorgeous views from the dining room of the surrounding countryside.

All the staff were extremely friendly and happy to chat with you. The menu was a good price and the food was excellent. Our room was clean, cosy with a quirky feel and a Charming look to it. We most definitely will be going back again.

  • linda griffith

  • October 2016

The Carew Arms

Very clean room.

  • Russel N

  • September 2016

Great pub

Arrived late but was made to feel welcome, Although last orders was called at 10.30pm.

Room was fine, good shower, comfortable bed and a great location. Very good breakfast.

  • Jill S

  • September 2016

Great value

Lovely accommodation with friendly and helpful staff and breakfast was great.

Beautiful setting and full of character.

  • J Hallsworth

  • September 2016

A quirky pub

We had a lovely stay, family room was spacious with en suite shower room.

Staff were attentive and welcoming, breakfast was plentiful and delicious. Setting was in a very pretty village and although pub was on a road that ran through the village it was quite quiet. The only downside was the double bed was too soft and we didn't have a comfy sleep, the toilet and shower must of been on a pump system as they were very noisy when in use (but to be fair only for a short period of time)

We would definitely return