You’ll find Who’d a Thought It right in the centre of Glastonbury, and it has all the features we look for in a friendly and traditional town pub. Dogs are welcome, there’s a restaurant and they serve Real Ales so it’s a great find for those days when you just want to take some time out from exploring and settle down somewhere cosy.
If you’re hoping to dine in the restaurant we’d suggest booking a table in advance as it tends to get busy and it specialises in classic English meals. The dishes are created using locally-grown produce wherever possible and it tastes even better on a warm day when you can dine outside in the patio area.
The outside seating space is surrounded with a display of flowers and blooms so colourful that it has awards under its belt, and if you dine inside you’ll be able to cast your gaze over the artefacts and pictures that reflect the inn’s place in the town’s past. This is one of Glastonbury’s most popular spots for a meal (and a pint), so make sure it’s on your list of places to try out during your visit.