The Old Inn

The Old Inn

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
9 Walton Road, Clevedon, BS21 6AE

The Old Inn is one of Clevedon’s oldest pubs dating back to 1754. Today, this quintessentially British pub still stands as a local hotspot, where friends and families alike visit to enjoy a proper pint and delicious pub grub. The light-hearted and easy-going atmosphere that radiates throughout this traditional pub makes it the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, and the staff will make sure you feel right at home. Whether you choose to nurse a glass of your favourite drink inside by the beautiful well-stocked bar, or partake in a spot of al fresco dining outside in the glorious garden, your experience here will always be memorable.

The menu is packed with delicious pub classics including crowd-pleasing favourites such as traditional fish and chips, and chicken curry with rice and naan. Meat-eaters will rejoice at the sight of succulent steaks, slow-roasted pork belly and tender barbecue ribs served with chips and coleslaw gracing the menu. A trip to The Old Inn for the Sunday carvery is essential. You will be treated to a selection of perfectly cooked meats, as well as all the trimmings you can think of and lashings of rich gravy. Be sure to book your table in advance. With regular quiz and live music nights held throughout the week, there really is something for everyone at The Old Inn.

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