The Duke of York

Historic Inn in Shepton Beauchamp, Somerset

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North Street
Shepton Beauchamp
TA19 0LW

The Duke of York, Shepton Beauchamp

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Welcome to The Duke Of York, set in the beautiful Somerset village of Shepton Beauchamp, the Duke of York is a 17th Century Free House.

The Duke of York is ideally located in the beautiful Somerset village of Shepton Beauchamp, this 17th Century, grade 2 Listed Building lies within a Conservation Area and has been owned by Hayley & Paul for over six years and is one of only 6% of pubs in Britain that is a true Free house. The Duke of York Inn is CAMRA recommended for the quality of its Beer having been in the Good Beer Guide for the past four years (only 4500 pubs out of 60,000 make this publication) as well as a selection of great real ales we also have local ciders and an excellent range of wines. The facility comprises four newly built Letting Rooms and one self contained studio flat.

All rooms are en-suite. If you are looking for that special night or weekend we have our luxury suite which has a Jacuzzi and a four poster bed or if you want self catering we have a self contained room with brand new kitchen facilities. If your business need to provide overnight stays for clients or staff, then we're perfect for that also.

A stay here also provides the perfect excuse to sample food from our Head Chef who is widely recognised as one of the most accomplished chefs in the area, known for her use of freshly bought, local ingredients. We hope you enjoy your stay at the Duke of York Inn and if we can be of any assistance during your time here then please do not hesitate to ask.

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