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What a hidden gem. Well not really hidden, but I drive past it all the time and I have never been in.
I have now and it is a lovely traditional pub, serving good home cooked food. What you don’t see is the super traditional...More
The second year running we’ve had Christmas Day lunch here, and will book again next year, food and service was truly excellent and excellent value for money, we eat out very often and the Radstock Hotel is on our list. Well done keep it up.
Firstly, we were grateful to find a venue for Christmas lunch for a party of 11 at short notice, 3 weeks before Christmas Day. Secondly, we should have known by the very reason this hotel had a table for 11 at such short notice! First...More
The Radstock Inn is old. It's on the registry. Our room was up two flights of stairs. There is no elevator. The rooms are clean. We slept well. The bar downstairs is very active. The breakfast was delicious.
Went down for Carvery which they don't don't do anymore. We had a lunch but wasn't impressed. I prefer the veg on my plate I want,not all of it all mixed together . Tiny puddings for a lot of money . My last vistMore
Response from Natalya B, Manager at Radstock HotelResponded 1 December 2017
We have stopped carvery due to the amount of wastage from it. The roast dinner is served directly from the kitchen now and as specified on the menus and by the server you can ask what veg you would like and not like. All the...More