Glastonbury has rather a lot of pubs & bars for quite a small town. But then we are a sociable lot!
Most, but not all, serve food ranging from Pub Grub to Restaurant quality food. Beckett’s doesn’t serve food at all but invites you to bring your own and provides crockery & cutlery. Handy as it is close to several takeaways.
Explore & Enjoy!
The Old Tannery – The Red Brick Building, Morland Road, Glastonbury, BA6 9FT
A relaxed, informal restaurant and bar. Whether it’s for small plates, large plates, sharing plates, breakfast, lunch, dinner, Sunday roast, cocktails, coffee & homemade cake or events, we look forward to welcoming you to The Old Tannery.
Who’d A Thought It – A truly traditional public house that serves Real Ales and restaurant quality meals – 17 Northload Street, Glastonbury, BA6 9JJ – 01458 834460
Becketts Inn – 43 High Street – 01458 832928
Crown Hotel – recently refurbished – Market Place, Glastonbury, BA6 9HL – 07879 467166
George and Pilgrims – Dating back to the 1400s, this historic pub and hotel maintains an abundance of its original features – 7 The High Street, Glastonbury – 01458 831146
King Arthur – Live music nearly every night of the week! Real Ales – Great Food – Warm Reception – 31-33 Benedict Street – 01458 830338
King William Inn – Great music, friendly staff and all in all a good place to go out for a drink – Market Place, Glastonbury, BA6 9HL – 01458 831473
Market House Inn – Dine, drink and socialise in our modern contemporary surroundings – 12-14 Magdalene St, Glastonbury, BA6 9EH – 01458 830206
Mitre Inn – A friendly local pub serving good home-cooked food – 27 Benedict Street, Glastonbury, BA6 9NE – 01458 831203
Riflemans Arms – Local ales and ciders, live music, Italian coffee and home-cooked food. – 4 Chilkwell St, Glastonbury BA6 8DB – 01458 831023
Waggon & Horses Inn – Large roadside inn, with a large garden – 113 Wells Rd, Glastonbury BA6 9AJ – 01458 831614