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Duke of York
North Street
Shepton Beauchamp

Ilminster
Somerset

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Set in the beautiful Somerset village of Shepton Beauchamp, the Duke of York is a 17th Century Free House, offering visitors a fantastic menu prepared by one of the area’s leading chefs, as well as a selection of great real ales, local ciders and an excellent range of wines.

We have five letting rooms, one of which is a self contained studio flat boasting its own kitchen area with full facilities; another is a large suite complete with four poster bed and a Jacuzzi. Prices from £60 per room including breakfast So, stay and enjoy the hospitality and use the pub as a base to explore the many local attractions.

The 38 cover restaurant has a great reputation for preparing a wide range of traditional food from a varied menu. Head chef, Lucie David is widely recognised as one of the most accomplished chefs in the area, known for her use of freshly bought, local ingredients.

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Number of Rooms: 5

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Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: From £60
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