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In the heart of the old part of the village, down a steep narrow hill from the newer part of the village, known as Highbury, the King's Head was rebuilt after a fire in 1830. This rambling old inn offers a welcome for walkers and regulars. At least half of the local regulars drink the local Somerset cider, as well as beer. The flagstone-floored main bar has a roaring fire in the colder months and there is a separate games room. Note that the guest beer is only available during busier months. Hosts motorbike nights every other Tuesday.