Fleur de Lis
West St, Stoke Sub Hamdon, TA14 6PU
Phone: 01935 593274
The Fleur de Lis is a historic 15th Century Country Inn that offers an extensive range of beers and a comprehensive pub food menu. Local bands play on Friday nights and quizzes are held periodically on Sundays. It supports the village actively, providing facilities for meetings of various village organisations.
The house itself, built as an annexe to Stoke Sub Hamdon’s 11th Century Priory, was reborn in the 17th Century as a bustling country inn warmed by real log fires. The Fleur De Lis retains many old world features including open fire places and arched doorways and in its grounds one of only five remaining courts in Britain for the ancient game of Fives.
The pub now boasts a new lounge which can be used for private parties, functions and meetings, please call us in advance to book. So it stands today enhanced by 21st Century comforts to ensure sparkling services and standards for visitors and locals alike.
Half Moon Inn
2 Ham Hill, Stoke-Sub-Hamdon, TA14 6RL
Phone: 01935 824890
The Half Moon is a freehouse offering an extensive range of beers and holds music nights on Saturdays. It supports the village by donating prizes, holding events, such as skittles evenings and other fund raising events for village and other charities.
Prince of Wales
Ham Hill Country Park, Stoke sub Hamdon, TA14 6RW
Phone 01935 822848
With some of the most breathtaking views of Somerset, the award winning Prince of Wales in Ham Hill Country Park is the perfect destination to relax and enjoy timeout from busy schedules. Steeped in History, the area is a haven for walkers, dog owners, couples and families to stroll and play among the hills, woods and surrounding fields.
The Pub itself is very traditional in both character and spirit with flagstone flooring, stone walls and open fire. The main bar offers a wide range of drinks, including our ever changing choice of locally brewed real ales served straight from the cask. It’s a cosy and welcoming area, popular with locals, regulars, dog owners and families. Leading on from the bar there is a small ‘Snug’ with its own wood burning stove, which seats up to ten people, and is often requested for relaxed social and family gatherings. Further on is the Restaurant which offers a more intimate and formal setting, whilst retaining the rustic charm of the Pub. This leads on to the beautiful Chapel, with its vaulted beam ceiling, Hamstone walls and bar which is often utilised for large parties, functions and weddings, as well as group meetings and business conferences.
Outside is just as inviting as inside, with extensive seating areas making the most of the views. There is also our hidden gem known as Amy’s Garden with its own bar and stage. During the spring and summer it plays host to live music and barbeque events, and is frequently booked for weddings and private parties as this garden easily accommodates a large marquee.
Our food is widely enjoyed and is made from scratch using our own unique, well balanced recipes and utilising ingredients sourced from local producers as well as other parts of the United Kingdom. The Menus change to reflect the produce availability within the area, and are created to appeal to everyone including Vegans and those with allergies.
With our increasingly popular quiz night every 3rd Sunday evening of the month, popular Sunday Roasts (Local Water Buffalo, Pork and Free Range Chicken), and extra special menu evenings like Valentines, Burns’, Christmas to name a few, the Prince of Wales is all you could want and more from a traditional Pub.
Working Men’s Club
High Street, Stoke sub Hamdon, TA14 6PS
Phone: 01935 823297
The Working Men’s Club provides a wide range of facilities for all members and holds live music, discos, dances and bingo evenings. It is very supportive of all village activities. Facilities include bar, large function room, skittle allies, snooker table, pool table and sky sports.
Lighthouse Coffee Shop
All Saints’ Hall, West Street, Stoke sub Hamdon, TA14 6PU
All Saints Hall, formerly a school, is situated in the middle of the village and belongs to St Mary’s church. The church decided on an intensive renovation and then to open it, in January 2010, as a coffee shop and facility for the community.
The coffee shop is open on Mondays and Thursdays from 10.00am to 1.00pm offering a variety of drinks and cakes, simple lunches and home-made soup. All food is locally sourced, and all cakes are home made by our own team of volunteer bakers. The majority of the coffee shop staff are volunteers. A listening service is also available at these times.
So, please do call in for a coffee, cake or chat. You’ll be most welcome.
At other times the hall is used by a variety of groups and individuals including The Boy’s Brigade, the youth club, a benefit clinic and by health care professionals.
The hall is also available for private hire.