Jon and Lorraine are your hosts at this historic 15th Century Country Inn. The Fleur De Lis Inn, Stoke-sub-Hamdon has many of its fascinating original features with open fire places and arched doorways.
Refresh your spirit in the Fleur De Lis, a medieval monks sleeping house nestling in the heart of Somerset at the Iron age Ham Hill. The Fleur De Lis retains many old world features including in its grounds one of only five remaining courts in Britain for the ancient game of Fives.
The house itself, built as an annexe to Stoke-sub- Hamdon's 11th Century Priory, was reborn in the 17th Century as a bustling country inn warmed by real log fires. So it stands today enhanced by 21st Century upgrades to ensure sparkling services and standards for visitors and locals alike.
In keeping with its ale house ancestry, keg beers abound in this historic hostelry, which also boasts a good selection of fine wines and spirits. The pub now boasts a new lounge which can be used for private parties, functions and meetings, please call us in advance to book.