The Muddled Man, with 17th century origins, in West Chinnock. Built from the local hamstone.
The Muddled Man :-)) What a funny name. But a beautiful photo and a nice place. First LIKE.
Best wishes from Sweden, Leif.
It looks like a place you would like to spend the night in Rosa i'm a Muddled Man?? Like Regards Richard
Great name for a pub, we're O.K. when we go in just muddled when we come out, can't think why must be one of life's mysteries. ;o)
Leif Fielstrup Guldb…
Thanks Leif ;-) I would like to find the origins of the name!
He was most amusing! I'd go back ;-))
You would feel at home there then Richard ;-))
If only we could figure that one out Ian :o)
Many thanks to you all, Rosa.
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Many thanks for the like williclip.
He didn't look that muddled when he built it. Mind you, he probably got muddled afterwards when he tried to raise the invoice.
The right place to drown his sorrows though!
LIKE No. 5
Pub crawling again Rosa?
It's a hard job but someone has to keep them in business :-D Many thanks for your like.
This is really a nice image!!! like
Thank you very much. I am pleased you like it.
Great name for a pub - "The Muddled Man". But are we more muddled before we go in or when we leave? I wonder if there's a pub somewhere called "The Indecisive Woman".
Neil in Sheffield UK
Good morning Neil, It was when I left...and no alcohol passed my lips ;-) The landlord was very amusing! Indecisive woman...is there such a thing ;o)
Very nice photo! Like!
the muddled man maybe suffering from his change of name as I remember this pub with a different name its just that I can't remember if it was the wheatsheaf, the toby jug, its in a beautiful spot though.
Yes it is in a beautiful spot. I know the name changed in 1978 but have been unable to find out from what! Cheers, Rosa.
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Photo taken in West and Middle Chinnock, Somerset, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location