A PUB based near Chard has been included in a list of the best seven best UK spots for Sunday roasts.

The Cotley Inn, based in the village of Wambrook, near Chard, was in second place on the list put together by The Times.

The Times described the Cotley Inn as a “charming” pub in the Blackdown Hills.

A message on the inn’s website read: “Nestled on the Cotley estate, on the side of a hill at the foot of the Blackdown hills, you’ll find the Cotley Inn buried among some of the best views around.

“Our relaxed pub is the perfect place for long lunches, sumptuous suppers, and proper beers.

“Find a sunny corner on our South West facing terrace and relax with a G&T, or put your feet up next to the fire after a long walk in the woods.

“Whatever the season, our award-winning food will ensure no one goes hungry. Treat yourself to a lavish three-course meal or enjoy some proper pub favourites.

“Dogs, well-behaved owners, and muddy boots are always welcome.”

Another message from the Cotley Inn’s website read: “We want to share our passion for The Great British pub with all our guests.

“It is our pleasure to serve our immediate locals and wider community and we are always so excited to welcome those from a little further afield.

“We work from the principle that all our visitors are dinner party guests in our own home, and we strive to achieve exemplary service in a relaxed and welcoming setting.

“We are committed to serving very local, seasonal food and strive to source all our ingredients within 25 miles of the pub.”