IT'S the Easter bank holiday and if you're looking for a lovely beer garden to enjoy the weekend in then look no further.

Going to a beer garden to bask in the sunshine and have a few drinks and some food is an activity enjoyed by many in the summer months, and you might be thinking about where is best to go, especially as we enjoy the Easter long weekend.

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Tripadvisor reviews are a great way to find out where is the best place to go, so take a look at Somerset's best beer gardens according to reviews.

Beer gardens in Somerset:

The King Alfred Inn

Where is it: Riverside Burrowbridge, Bridgwater TA7 0RB
Tripadvisor rating: 4.5/5

The King Alfred Inn has one of the best rated beer gardens in Somerset. One recent customer even suggested walking up nearby Burrow Mump to work off any puddings and soak in the "gorgeous views".

Somerset County Gazette: Burrow Mump. Credit: TripadvisorBurrow Mump. Credit: Tripadvisor

The Sheppey Inn

Where is it: Lower Godney, Godney BA5 1RZ
Tripadvisor rating: 4.5/5

Reviewers of The Sheppey Inn rave about the food, hospitality and atmopshere. Enjoy a spring lunch with a drink of your choosing and the great food that is praised by reviewers.

Somerset County Gazette: View from the terrace at The Sheppey Inn. Credit: TripadvisorView from the terrace at The Sheppey Inn. Credit: Tripadvisor

Montague Inn

Where is it: Shepton Montague, Wincanton BA9 8JW
Tripadvisor rating: 4.5/5

Described by many customers as a "friendly country pub with good food" the Montague Inn offers an impressive menu for all. 

Nestled in the idyllic Somerset country side, the Montague Inn is another pub that would make a great pit-stop on a long walk.

Somerset County Gazette: Montague Inn. Credit: TripadvisorMontague Inn. Credit: Tripadvisor

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Rose & Crown

Where is it: 7 St John St, Wells BA5 1SW
Tripadvisor rating: 4/5

The Rose and Crown in the medieval town of Wells offers a good selection of beers and boasts a beautiful dog friendly beer garden - perfect for alfresco dining.

Somerset County Gazette: Rose and CrownRose and Crown

The Muddled Man Inn

Where is it: Lower Street, Crewkerne TA18 7PT 
Tripadvisor rating: 5/5

A beautiful country pub, The Muddled Man Inn occupies a building that was built in around 1650.

The beer garden at the front of the pub catches the sun all day long, and with the hanging baskets and flower troughs in bloom throughout the summer it is a great place to sit and enjoy a refreshing drink.