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The Carew Arms is a beautiful old pub nestling at the foot of the Quantock Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. At the heart of the delightful village of Crowcombe, the Carew offers a peaceful location ...Morewith stunning views, comfortable accommodation, great food, real ales, fine wines and a very warm welcome. Less
Looks like a local which is a bit run down but it certainly isn’t. Don’t judge by the first bar on the left - a proper old public bar. Step further in and look at the menu. It presents a great range and our starters...More
We Visited this country pub after a walk in the Quantocks. We both had quiche and salad. The meal was very small, tiny portion of quiche, undercooked dry new potatoes, basic leaf salad and coleslaw. We paid £9.50 each. It was not good value for...More
Stayed for the night after photographing a wedding, all the staff were very helpfull, the room was warm and the bed very comfortable. Came down in the morning to a great breakfast. Hopefully i will be back.
Very poor experience in every respect... service, food, atmosphere, attitude of staff.... everything. Don't waste your hard earned money here. Waited eternity for order to be taken. Had to go to the bar in the end. Then waited almost an hour for food to arrive....More
I booked myself on a 90 minute walking trip on the Quantocks with Haunted Histories from Dead Women's Ditch at 11am Sunday. Husband was not interested in the walk but drove me there and picked me up. When I got back to the car he...More
Yes, I can confirm that The Carew is dog friendly and you can have your pet to stay. You will need to bring what makes them comfy - basket, blanket, etc - and they do charge a £5 per night additional cleaning... More
Yes, I can confirm that The Carew is dog friendly and you can have your pet to stay. You will need to bring what makes them comfy - basket, blanket, etc - and they do charge a £5 per night additional cleaning fee, but dogs are very welcome.
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"Avoid room 3 if possible (aircon noise) - room 4 was vey good over looking the front (very quiet road)."