From the moment you step through the door of the George Inn, you will be assured of a warm and friendly welcome from Lyn the owner of this quintessential Exmoor pub.
The George Inn is located in the pretty village of Brompton Regis on the eastern side of Exmoor National Park within easy distance of all that Exmoor has to offer and only 25 miles from the the County Town of Taunton and the M5 motorway.
You can be assured of a restful stay in a beautifully quiet part of the moor where you will be looked after during your time here with good company, excellent food, real ales and charming countryside to enjoy. The garden area, which has beautiful views over Exmoor hills, is the ideal spot to relax over a quiet drink. Well behaved children are also very welcome.
Your en-suite accommodation will be spotlessly clean and you will be able to look forward to high quality meals every evening featuring local produce and well kept ales, and a full English or light breakfast every morning.
The George Inn is a traditional 16th Century Free House that was originally named after George I (1660-1727) who was King of England from 1714 until his death. Originally, it had a thatched roof and was slated from thatch in about 1964.
In the courtyard, under the wall, there used to be a cobbler’s shop and a butcher’s shop. The last butcher, who finished trading during the 1939-45 years, used to keep pigs in a shed up against the roadside wall directly in front of the George.