The smallest pub in Somerset in a lovely countryside setting
At a glance
Tapped Butcombe ale and Cheddar Valley cider draw local aficionados to this unspoilt rural gem. Somerset's smallest pub has a tiny atmospheric bar with old settles but no counter, or music, TV or jukebox either. Lunchtime sandwiches are available, and a large lawn with flower borders makes an attractive outdoor seating area, with the countryside adjacent. The ‘grave’ in the pub's name is the unmarked one of Edward Tucker, who hung himself here in 1747.
Closed: 25 December
Days closed: Monday lunch
Opening times: 11.30–3 6–11 (Sunday 12–3 7–10.30)
Family room available
From Bath take A36 towards Warminster. Right onto A366, through Norton St Philip towards Faulkland. In Radstock, left at crossroads, pub on left.