Tuckers Grave

The good pub guide review

Tiny totally unspoilt place named after Edward Tucker who hanged himself nearby in 1747 and was buried at the pub crossroads; entrance opening into simple tap room with woodburner, casks of Butcombe and Thatcher's Cheddar Valley cider in alcove on left, lunchtime sandwiches on request and occasional evening meals, two high-backed settles facing each other across a single table in right, side room, snug lounge (Rose Room) with Victorian fireplace; monthly live music (The Stranglers even recorded a song about the pub!); shove-ha'penny, skittle alley, outside loos; well behaved children and dogs allowed, lots of tables and chairs on attractive back lawn with good views, summer barbecues, camping, open all day weekends, closed Mon-Weds lunchtimes.

Contact Details

Tuckers Grave, Faulkland, Radstock, BA3 5XF

(01373) 834230

Opening Hours

Weekdays: 11.30-3, 6-11

Sunday: 12-3, 7-10.30