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Eating, Dining & Pubs

Title Description Telephone Number and Email Address Website

Priory Coffee

Priory Coffee is a family run, friendly speciality coffee shop

01935 315005

Stoke sub Hamdon Working Men's Club

Stoke sub Hamdon Working Men's Club sits in the heart of Stoke and was gifted to the village by Southcombe Brothers in 1923.  The Club is held in trust and run by a Committee on behalf of its members.

Membership to the Club is £5.00 per year

01935 823297

The Fleur de Lis

The Fleur de Lis is a historic 15th Century country inn.  The house itself was built as an annexe to Stoke sub Hamdon's 11th Century Priory and has in its grounds one of only five remaining courts in Britian for the ancient game of Fives

01935 593274

The Lighthouse Cafe

The cafe was officially opened on 30th January 2010 in the All Saints Hall in the centre of the village opposite the Fleur de Lis.  The hall had been given a facelift with the vision of opening a meeting place where people in the village could meet and be refreshed.

Initially it was opened for two days a week but times have changed to suit the requirements of our customers and volunteers.  Under the auspices of St Mary's church it is totally run by volunteers both from the village and the church.

As well as serving hot and cold drinks, cakes etc., a light lunch is available.  There is a comfy seating area where toys and games are provided for young children.  A listening service is provided for those who would like someone to talk to.

Following Covid restrictions we will only be open on Mondays from 10.00am to 1.00pm for the time being.

If you haven't been already do please pay us a visit, you would be most welcome.

Colleen 07962 012263

The Prince of Wales Inn

This traditional characteristic pub situated on Ham Hill Country Park, is a haven for walkers, dog owners and families to stroll and play among the hills, woods and surrounding fields. The pub is cosy and welcoming with a separate snug, restaurant and Chapel which is utilised for large functions.  There is also extensive seating outside making most of the views and, a hidden garden with its own stage and bar.  

01935 822848

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