The Natterjack Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Natterjack Evercreech Junction

The Natterjack Inn, Evercreech

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Accommodation Description:

The Natterjack is a truly traditional pub offering a wide choice of locally sourced home-cooked food real ales and fine wines. Its warm and friendly atmosphere lends itself to all occasions. Whether it s Accommodation a family or celebratory meal working lunch or just a drink to unwind we aim to make your visit a pleasurable one.

Located at the edge of our lovely garden and overlooking open fields is The Old Cider House. Now fully restored it is home to 5 beautiful en-suite rooms. Each room has its own style blending antique furniture with retro print fabrics to create a luxurious and yet homely feel.

We are situated 2 miles away from The Bath & West Showground.

 4 star rating

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