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Tom Mogg Inn
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Set in the Somerset Levels, an Area of Outstanding Beauty, a warm welcome awaits you at The Tom Mogg Inn. This family run establishment has so much to offer.Bar & Lounge: Taste outstanding local beers and peruse our extensive wine list.Restaurant: Enjoy our intimate restaurant and sample our varied lunchtime menus, daily specials and evening a la carte. Function Room: We have a impressive function room that can seat up to 120 people. Perfect for Weddings, Parties & Conferences.Tap Bar & Skittle Alley: Our recently refurbished renowned skittle alley and tap bar featuring pool table, plasma screens, amusement machines and dart board.Bed & Breakfast We have comfortable accommodation for up to 23 people and a legendary full english breakfastsWithin easy reach of local attrctions such as Glastonbury, Street with Clarks Village, Wookey Hole Caves with the New Valley of the Dinosaurs, Cave Museum , Hndmade Paper Mill 1610 + Lots lots more!! Exmoor Safari, Cheddar Gorge, Cheddar Garden Centre, Bridgewater , Wells, Longleat Animal Park and so much more.Use us as a base for your fishing, golfing breaks or just to drive around enjoying the scenery

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