Bicknoller is a charming historic village nestled at the foot of the Quantock Hills, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. At the heart of the village is a historical thatched dog friendly inn known as The Bicknoller Inn, or ‘The Bick’ to the locals, once graced by local poets Wordsworth and Coleridge, offering traditional home cooked food, a bar with an open fire, skittle alley and of course a fish and chip night on Tuesday and traditional Sunday carvery!
The stunning Grade I listed church of St George sits proudly overlooking the village. Dating back to the 12th century although largely rebuilt in the 15th/16th centuries, the church is decorated with a collection of carved angels and nightmarish animal heads. The grounds of the church are dominated by a 1000 year old Yew tree! 
Located at the foot of the Quantock Hills and a short drive away from the West Somerset Coastline, there are outdoor pursuits for all to enjoy, be it sailing, hiking, horse riding or mountain biking, to name but a few. 
Why we love Bicknoller: The sense of community and togetherness felt in the village is truly delightful and something that is not often found in this day and age. People who live in Bicknoller seldom leave and will most often move within the village - In fact I knew of one person who moved three times within the village! Testament to its allure! 

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