The Camelot Pub
The Camelot has a cosy restaurant and bar area where you will always find our fire blazing in the colder months. There is also a good sized beer garden to enjoy the warmer months. We are proud to have a close association with local producers and suppliers and offer a varied food menu that offers anything from light bites such as sandwiches and baguettes, to a 3 course meal.
We look forward to meeting you whether you simply fancy a beer, are stopping for lunch on your way up or down the A303, or want a cup of tea after walking up the historic hill fort of Cadbury Castle.
The service and food were excellent bearing in mind we weren't expected. Why are you taking bookings when pubs aren't expecting to provide a service?
Very disappointed as when we arrived we were told the restaurant closes at 14.00 despite us booking a table via Open Table for 18.30.
Had a really good meal in a very pleasant spacious bar. Friendly staff and great value. Definitely going back.
Having booked for Sunday lunch I expected a reserved, laid up table, but this doesn't appear to happen here.Instead, we were fed in the bar where we were having a drink. Some men drinking at the bar were exceedingly noisy, to the point where my friend & I could not hear each other speak! However, the staff were friendly & helpful & we enjoyed our meal.
Very tasty food. Gorgeous desserts. The service is friendly and efficient. A pleasant evening. Thank you.
Stopped on our way to Devon. Easily accessible from the A303, very friendly and great food.
Lovely cosy pub - really enjoyed our sunday roast, plenty of food. Very helpful, friendly staff will definately go again.
A traditional pub ambience, popular with locals and visitors. Staff are pleasant, welcoming and helpful . Much of the food seems locally sourced and portions are generous, readily accompanied by a good choice of ales and wines. Overall offering is a comfortable, tasty great value for money experience.
Lovely atmosphere, location and top notch food.
A must try for all.
We came here to meet with the folks on our drive back to London from Cornwall so this was a pick out of a haystack.
When we arrived there was no actual table reserved for us. We found a long table that wasn't in the comfortable dining area. This sort of suited us as we had our young baby with us but I would of been miffed if that wasn't the case.
We ordered at the bar. The food was OK but nothing spectacular. Still gave us plenty of time to catch up even if the ambience in the area we were sat wasn't the best.
Overall not bad but I wouldn't choose to return.
Family gathering from many locations, we were made very welcome and enjoyed the occasion. Generous portions of classic Sunday pub food, excellent value.
We booked a table for a Sunday evening meal, the lady at the bar was very helpful and welcoming. The pub was fairly busy but the restaurant was quiet. The menu was a bit restricted for my wife who doesn't eat red meat, I should have checked before booking. No problem we found that the portions were very good and the food was very tasty. I had a steak, cooked perfectly and the chips were lovely. A minor point we prefer our chips to be to the side of the fish or meat not under it. They also keep a good pint, so will be happy to eat here again soon.
Great Service, polite staff, nothing was too much trouble. Food was really nice too.
Tight squeeze for parking at certain times.
Great place for good value food - highly recommended
We had a lovely Sunday lunch at the Camelot. Fabulous food, really friendly staff. Will definitely go back..
The Camelot Pub is rated 4 stars by 15 OpenTable diners.
You can book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size.