Welcome to The Windmill Inn
We are delighted to announce that The Windmill is now officially open.
Keep up to date with all the latest news and events on our Facebook page: @thewindmillinnwq
Christmas at The Windmill – see our festive menus here
Coming Soon - Takeaway and Christmas @Home - see our takeaway options in our new online shop
The Windmill Inn lies between Bridgwater and Minehead in West Somerset, overlooking the picturesque St. Audries Church and Bay. Situated in the charming village of West Quantoxhead, our venue is an ideal resting post at the foot of the Quantock Hills. With a large accessible car park, beer garden and play area, spacious dining rooms and en-suite accommodation, The Windmill Inn is a perfect location for friends, family or colleagues to meet for a relaxing visit, or to stay in our Bed and Breakfast Accommodation.
Our carvery offers 2 local roast meats, homemade Yorkshire Pudding and a selection of fresh seasonal vegetables and potatoes.
Served Friday evening 6pm – 8pm and Sunday 12-6pm
The Quantock Room is now used as part of our casual dining experience.
However, it is suitable for private events and parties and we would be happy to discuss your requirements
So pleased we randomly stopped here for lunch, what a find! Such a beautiful pub in a gorgeous area. Food came in good time and was great value, had a fish pie that was so creamy and my wife had a very well cooked beef roast that was succulent and flavourful. staff were friendly and I'd recommend this to anyone travelling through the area. It had some rooms to stay in which we are thinking of visiting when the pandemic allows it!TheGutley03/11/20
Wow, all I can say is what a lovely meal I had here at the Windmill Inn. probably one of the best starters I have ever had, and my main meal was excellent as well.. the added bonus that one of the meals was "Pie week" special so was very reasonably priced.
The staff were also very friendly and polite.
I will definitely be returning.Lee S.26/10/20
Arrived without a booking on a Sunday lunch time and seated despite it being pretty solidly booked. Asked if something on the menu was gluten free which it wasn’t but the chef brought out something gluten free for my daughter to try, typically we loved it and she didn’t! Instead they adapted an adult meal and adapted it for my children. The small roast beef was what I would expect for a standard portion and my partners small fish and chips was equally as big. Lovely friendly pub, great service, excellent food and really reasonably priced. We’ll definitely visit again when we’re in the area and highly recommend as a great place to eat.Gem H.11/10/20
Rooms fantastic, clean, tidy and well appointed. Dinner was great as was breakfast. Lovely views to enjoy a beer on the balcony. Staff all top notch and nothing was too much trouble. The bar has been updated and renovated and is a lovely place to sit relaxing. I would happily revisit and recommend.Chris G.13/09/20
We stayed here as a family of four for two nights.
This hotel is wonderful. We were given room 2 which was really very nice. The beds were comfy and the bathroom was a wet room with a fantastically powerful shower. We had the added benefit of a veranda which allowed us direct access to our car which made life really convenient.
We had dinner here for the first night. My advice, turn up hungry! The portions are large and the food is great. We didn't have room for dessert
There's a really lovely walk up to Beacon Hill from behind the Inn and if you can spare the time, I'd advise following it, it's worth it!
Thanks to the staff and owners, we had a truly wonderful stay and we hope we'll be able to visit again!Stephen “.20/08/20