- Posted April 3, 2012 by David Swatton Viewed 3911 times
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One of the things I love about England is the out-of-the-way places you can stumble on that turn out to be a delight.
This is the 17th century Mason's Arms in the village of Odcombe in Somerset where we stopped off on our way down to Cornwall.
It has a tiny brewery where they make their own ale including the rather good, Odcombe No. 1 and Odcombe Roly Poly… and the food's great too :-)
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