The Bridge House in Bampton joins the Exmoor Food Fest

Bridge House in the historic town of Bampton has been a hostelry since the 1920s.
Nigel & Caroline Lamacraft took over Bridge House in 2013 having run the popular and busy “Avocet Café” in Topsham for 9 years. After an extensive refurbishment we re-opened Bridge House serving our “proper good food” all freshly prepared by chef owner Nigel in a relaxed atmosphere with Caroline welcoming you front of house.
We serve classic British dishes utilising the fantastic range of seasonal, quality ingredients this area has to offer. We make all our own bread, cakes, puddings, chutneys and preserves and enjoy foraging in the local countryside.
We are open for lunch and supper on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays with our frequently changing seasonal menu. At the weekend we open at 10am, so come and relax and read the newspapers with coffee & cake or brunch – lunch served from 12 or book for our popular Sunday roast lunch.
We serve a range of local bottled beers, ciders and a good choice of wines to accompany your food.
We have been closed for a few weeks in January/ February to carry out the next stage of our refurbishment, working on two en-suite letting rooms and will re-open on 16th February.
The Exmoor Food Fest deal is available
Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday lunchtimes
Monday, Thursday and Friday evenings
For the first two weeks in March we will offering 2 courses for £10 and 3 courses for £15  to celebrate our 3rd birthday !

The Bridge House
Bampton EX16 9NF

Tel.                         01398 332138
Website:              www.thebridgehouse-bampton.co.uk
Twitter:                @bridgehouse24
Facebook:           /bridgehousebampton

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