Welcome to The Windmill Inn

We are thrilled at the prospect of coming out of lockdown and invite you to join us for outdoor dining in our newly refurbished garden area.

From 15th April to 17th May we will be offering our garden menu for food and drinks and we are taking reservations for this outdoor space only in line with government COVID guidance.
We have introduced a new table reservation booking system for your convenience which you will find on our website and Facebook pages.

We look forward to welcoming back patrons of old and new visitors alike.

Craig, Karen & The Team

Keep up to date with all the latest news and events on our Facebook page: @thewindmillinnwq


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

  • Booked in for a meal for 5 adults. Not disappointed - good range of food, well portioned and very tasty. Great service and very friendly. Would happily stop in again.

    james c.

    This is a great place to stay. It's in a lovely location with spotlessly clean and comfortable rooms. The food there is delicious... well cooked and presented. The staff are all friendly and very helpful, nothing is too much trouble for them. We would definitely stay there again if we were in the area.

    Elizabeth C.

    Had a lovely 2 night stay here. Great base for exploring the area. Stunning room. Scrummy food. Beautiful view. Welcoming hosts. Very friendly & helpful (but unfortunately over-worked) staff!

    Tracey N.

    We booked for two nights as a family or four. Our room was spotlessly clean and a brilliant size with everything you could need. Even the proper size mugs was a winner as you could actually have a good size cup of tea. The breakfast was brilliant and catered for all of our tastes. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for a nice clean , family friendly, fab food and friendly place to stay.

    Lucy P.
  • Lovely Inn, stayed for three nights in a well appointed room with a lovely and huge bed and excellent shower. Staff were spot on, friendly, attentive and quick. The evening meals were good, in particular the pizza and burgers! The only reason I've dropped a star is because twice the breakfast was disappointing.

    Tim Z.

    First class. Looks modern but a proper old fashioned welcome (you can have that for your website if you like). Had a lovely lunch from the "Light Bites" bit of the menu. Kofta on (I'm guessing home made) flat breads. Delicious. If the rest of the menu is this good you'll eat like royalty. Well kept beer, too.

    garry s.

    When my husband told me he booked a room in a pub my expectations were really low. It was an amazing room very modern next to the pub. Great play area. Great sleep. Great food. Really enjoyed would stay again.

    Kully D.

    Nice trip down from Oxford for the weekend, saw this place and decided to come for a family meal. Food was beautiful and came out within good time. Young lad, didn’t catch his name, who served us was amazing and very attentive. Only reason it’s a 3 star is because the older chap who i can only assume is management was very rude.

    Charlotte A.