Roth Bar & Grill
T: 01749 814 700
We are open Tuesday – Sunday
Coffee from 9 am
Breakfast from 10 am
Midweek lunch served until 3 pm
Weekend lunch served until 3.30 pm
Afternoon Tea from 2 pm – 4.45 pm
Friday & Saturday dinner from 6 pm
Closed on Mondays except for
Bank Holidays when we are
open 10 am – 5 pm
Advanced booking is recommended
to avoid disappointment
We will be closing early on 21st October and 2nd & 22nd December. Please check our event page for details of upcoming ticketed events
The Roth Bar & Grill is located at Durslade Farm on Dropping Lane, the Wincanton road just outside Bruton. From Bruton town centre, walk towards the railway station and under the railway bridge. Just past the bridge, there is a public footpath to the right through a field. Follow this uphill, across a driveway to the community garden area and cross the B3081 to reach Durslade Farm.
By Public Transport:
Bruton is situated on the Bristol to Weymouth train line. The Roth Bar & Grill is a 5-minute walk from the train station. A direct train service from London stops at the nearby Castle Cary and Gillingham stations. It takes approximately 15 minutes by car from Castle Cary / Gillingham to Bruton. A taxi rank is available at the station entrances.
Buses run from Wincanton and Castle Cary to Bruton.
The Roth Bar & Grill is located on Durslade Farm on the B3081. Bruton has good road links within the South West and is easily accessible from the M3 / A303, M4 & M5. Driving from Wincanton along the B3081, the site is situated on the right-hand side just as you come into Bruton. Coming from Frome, Shepton Mallet or Yeovil, travel through Bruton, follow the signs towards the railway station and drive under the railway bridge. Roth Bar & Grill is situated on the left-hand side. Car and motorcycle parking is available.
We cannot permit dogs inside the restaurant unless they are assistance dogs. However, well behaved dogs are welcome on our terrace and we have a shaded kennel in the car park where up to 4 dogs can be left at their owners’ risk.