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Traditional restaurants in Bath And North East Somerset

The George Inn & Plaine

Traditional6.8 miles High Street BA2 7LH

If you’re visiting Somerset to immerse yourself in the rolling green hills, rural countryside and unspoiled architecture of a bygone era, look no further than The George Inn & Plaine in Norton St Philip. This quintessential Somerset village is filled with cottages boasting mullion windows and stone-tiled roofs, and begs to ...

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The Blue Bowl

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.9 miles Bristol Road BS40 6HJ

On one of England's typically cold September nights, my partner and I ventured out to the ever-popular Blue Bowl at West Harptree. Easily spotted as you drive along the Bristol Road, this well-established traditional pub has a huge openplan, vaulted dining room overlooking the large gardens and play area. You would be forgiven f...

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The Stoke

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7 miles Bristol Road BS40 8XE

The Stoke, situated in the beautiful Chew Valley, is always a hive of activity. Throughout the week guests enjoy popular pub quizzes. Sundays attract visitors to sample the traditional Sunday carvery, where you can choose from a choice of three succulent meats. Another huge draw is that Sky Sports is available, so you never have t...

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The Upton Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.1 miles Brewery Hill BS30 6LY

There's something tempting going on every night of the week at The Upton Inn. This is a traditional pub through and through, offering excellent traditional fare and the familiar atmosphere that only comes from having a loyal clientele. Monday night is quiz night - test your general knowledge, win a prize and try a curry for just ...

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Oakhill Inn

Traditional7.3 miles Fosse Road BA3 5HU

Established in 1767 as the brewery tap for the world-famous Oakhill Brewery, the Oakhill Inn is now an award-winning bed and breakfast boasting five four-star en-suite rooms and an AA rosette-awarded restaurant.
The Oakhill Brewery stopped brewing in 2005, its magnificent maltings transformed into beautiful new homes. The...

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The Whitchurch

Traditional7.5 miles Oatlands Avenue BS14 0RS

The Whitchurch (formerly The Cartwheel) is a community-focused, independently owned pub. Don’t be fooled by the concept of pub grub here, as every dish is thoughtfully crafted. Even the humble burger is served beautifully on a fresh brioche bun, topped with crisp baby gem lettuce, and diners are given t...

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The Inn At Freshford

Traditional7.6 miles The Hill Freshford BA2 7WG

The pretty village of Freshford lies just six miles from Bath on the A36, and it is here you'll find an exceptional dining experience. This 16th-Century inn occupies a traditional stone-brick building, and a sense of cosiness and charm prevails throughout. The dining area, with wood burners in the hearths and candles on the tables...

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Ring O Bells

Traditional7.9 miles The Street Compton Martin BS40 6JE

The Ring O Bells is a traditional country pub in the pretty village of Compton Martin. With its low beams, flagstone floors, and an inglenook fireplace, this quirky watering hole oozes charm. The home-cooked, seasonal menu showcases local ingredients where possible. The Ring O Bells is a popular locals’ pub with a diverse dri...

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Ring O' Bells

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.9 miles The Street BS40 6JE

Set in the beautiful Mendip Hills, close to the impressive Cheddar Gorge, the Ring O' Bells is part of the Butcombe Beer Trail. Run by husband-andwife team Reuben and Lauren, the pub boasts three bars, each with its own individual character; there is a sociable lounge bar, a more relaxed eating area, and also an expansive beer garde...

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The Carpenters Tavern

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.1 miles Wells Road BS41 8NE

Just a little way from the hubbub of Bristol, The Carpenters Tavern provides an escape from the city, offering fine ales, great wines and tasty food. Step inside and the friendly staff will make you feel right at home, while the cosy decor - white-washed walls, exposed brick and beams complemented by mismatched chairs and soft light...

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The Crown

Traditional8.6 miles Regil BS40 8AY

The Crown at Regil North Somerset is a gem of a classic country pub tucked away in the Chew Valley. Run by Holly Chugg Jones and her fiancé Julian Light who took over the management in August 2019, this hidden delight serves several varieties of real and guest ale, lager and local cider, accompanied by an extensive menu of delici...

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The Mill at Rode

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.6 miles Rode BA11 6AG

Spacious and contemporary, but with bags of history, The Mill at Rode is a mustvisit bar and restaurant in the charming village of Rode. Its riverside setting provides the perfect place to relax with a pint of Butcombe bitter, or a glass of something chilled from the excellent wine list. From working mill to factory, this buildi...

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The Cross Keys

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.8 miles 20 High Street Rode BA11 6NZ

Situated in the heart of leafy Rode, The Cross Keys is a traditional pub flaunting oak beams, low ceilings and soft lighting, creating a relaxed and inviting atmosphere for all the family. Many a punter has been drawn to their beautiful beer garden in the summer months, which is surrounded by hanging baskets harbouring a variety of ...

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The Trooper

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9 miles 90 Bryants Hill BS5 8QT

Run by Lynne and Steve and serving up quality home-cooked food and a range of refreshing drinks, The Trooper is a top choice for both an after-work pint with friends and a weekend pub lunch with the family. Its ever-growing popularity with local residents is testament to its well-rounded offering - you can pop by in the daytime for ...

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The George at Nunney

Traditional9 miles Church Street Nunney BA11 4LW

The George at Nunney is a hidden treasure in the heart of the Somerset countryside. This traditional pub is brought right up to date with clean, contemporary fittings and fixtures. Dining at this busy yet relaxed venue was a wonderful experience. I chose pork and chicken terrine to start, which was served with toast and house ch...

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