What we offer

Raleghs cross inn offers a traditional country pub setting nestled in the exmoor national park, come for lunch, dinner or stay with us in either our newly refurbished Laura Ashley inspired bedrooms or one of our more classic styled rooms.


• Brazier History
• Established Culture
• Environment Tales
• Old Fashioned Values
• Venue History


• Good Food and Drink
• Local Produce
• Activities
• Fresh air


• Welcoming
• 17 En-suite Rooms
• Professional Service
• Hosting ‘Meets’


• Functions
• Friends
• Laughter
• Contentment
• Warmth

Our history

Raleghs cross is a privately owned freehouse situated 1300’ up on the eastern edge of exmoor.  Part of the building dates back to 1612, the pub was popular with the miners throughout the 1850’s.  The pub has been modernised and extended through the years to how it stands today – we have beautiful views of exmoor and accessible to local walks, cycling trails as well as the seaside a short drive away in Minehead or Watchet.

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