Once a cider house and bolt-hole for local quarry workers, Paula and Drew's thatched, 16th-century pub serves an exclusive clutch of real ales – Drewers Broop, Winters Tale, Half Jack – all specially brewed by Drew. They also offer their own ales in bottles to take home and enjoy. The couple are big on green initiatives and grow many of their own vegetables and fruit. Another string to Drew's bow is the modern British cooking that lies behind the dishes on his seasonal and daily-changing menus. Mains include Masons Arms burger, served on a brioche bun with mature Cheddar or Somerset blue, burger sauce, fries, crispy onions and tomato salsa or perhaps a Vegan option of Malaysian laksa curry, with rice noodles, fresh turmeric, pumpkin, chic peas and kohlrabi. Finish with lemon and lime posset with fennel and almond biscotti. The comfortable en suite letting rooms are set back from the road, overlooking the pretty garden.