They say The Tradesman’s Arms is one of the prettiest pubs in the county, and we think, as you wander up and see the traditional country inn complete with thatch, that you’ll probably agree. With a history that dates right back to the 14th century, The Tradesman’s Arms is found in the sleepy village of Stokenham, and it’s the perfect place for a pit stop if you’re walking in the area.
If you visit during the summer you’ll be greeted by the sight of the hanging baskets that adorn the front of the building, and it’s the perfect spot for a holiday photo… This is the kind of pub that’s perfect for a pint in the beer garden while the children play on a warm day, or a cosy glass of wine in front of the fire if you visit out of season…and you can always expect a warm welcome.
And then there’s the restaurant…with a chef that takes pride in service up the flavours of each season using fresh produce from the local area, the menu changes throughout the year. The menu includes traditional pub favourites with style, and it’s perfect for those times when you want something filling after a busy day exploring the surrounding countryside.