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Traditional restaurants in Forest Of Dean

The Griffin Public House

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants22.7 miles 41 Colston Street BS1 5AP

Change is afoot at this lively city centre venue - the kitchen facilities and restaurant have been revamped and the Environmental Health Office recently awarded them five stars for their stirling efforts and excellent setting. They are currently in the process of launching the new restaurant, serving a fresh Sunday roast every week ...

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The Windmill Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants22.8 miles 58 Nore Road BS20 6JZ

Having been home guard headquarters during World War II, a smuggler’s hideout and a fully functioning windmill, this traditional Fuller’s pub boasts a rich history that’s almost impossible to imagine from its contemporary appearance. The Windmill Inn’s modern-day build includes eye-catching floor-to-ceiling ...

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The Hatchet

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants22.8 miles 27 Frogmore Street BS1 5NA

The Hatchet enjoys a central location in Bristol just off Park Street. This traditional ale house is Tudor in style, has attractive period features and is perhaps best known for hosting excellent music nights. The Hatchet isn’t just about music though – during the day, there are private dining areas i...

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Eldon House

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants22.8 miles 6 Lower Clifton Hill BS8 1BT

A recent change of management has seen The Eldon House revived and rejuvinated after some time in the wilderness. Now, instead of tacky drink promotions, you'll find a return to more traditional values - a pleasant, bright and cosy place serving a good stock of excellently kept beer and interesting food. Minutes from Clifton Village...

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Seamus O Donnells

Traditional22.8 miles 13 St Nicholas Street BS1 1UE

Seamus O’Donnell’s is a traditional Irish pub found next to St Nicholas Market in Bristol, offering a friendly greeting to all who visit. It’s so good to see one of the area’s last traditional pubs thriving in a world of bistros and wine bars. Serving one of the best pints of Guinness in the city, alongside real cask ale, ...

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The Old Fish Market

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants22.8 miles 59-63 Baldwin Street BS1 1QZ

Pubs as traditional and welcoming as The Old Fish Market are hard to find in busy city centres, particularly when their offering includes top-notch food at very reasonable prices; it’s hardly surprising, then, that The Old Fish Market has become a mainstay of the pub scene in Bristol. Situated on Baldwin Street,&n...

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The White Harte

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants22.9 miles 111 London Road Warmley BS30 5NA

Stone built in 1824, this lovely rural pub can be found away from the bustle of Bristol and Bath in leafy Warmley. Also known as the 'Inn on the Green', The White Harte is perfect for ramblers in need of a refuel after their exertions, as well as for locals and those passing through along the A420. This pub is a real family affair, w...

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The Trooper

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants22.9 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 Three Tuns

Traditional23.1 miles 78 St George's Street BS1 5UR

The Three Tuns is one of the oldest pubs in Bristol. As such, it’s garnered a great reputation over the years as being a go-to destination for those in search of a hearty meal. Particularly popular options include beef and ale stew with dumplings accompanied by hearty bread, and creamy mushroom stroganoff served with rice. For s...

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The Lion

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants23.2 miles 19 Church Lane Cliftonwood BS8 4TX

The Lion is a cosy little family-run, family-friendly pub, found off the beaten track in deepest, darkest Cliftonwood. Step inside and enjoy a warm welcome, whether as a seasoned local or inquisitive newcomer. Enjoy the cosy fires on chilly nights or the compact and bijou garden and adjoining park on balmy warm ones. The kitchen is ...

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The Rose of Denmark

Traditional23.3 miles 6 Dowry Place Hotwells BS8 4QL

The Rose of Denmark, a friendly authentic English pub, has been serving thirsty Bristolians since the 1800s from a pretty spot overlooking the Cumberland Basin. The roaring log fire, friendly staff and welcoming atmosphere have ensured its status as a must-visit pub.
An ideal place for a pint, inside or out, The Rose of De...

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The Golden Guinea

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants23.3 miles 19 Guinea Street BS1 6SX

It's billed as 'Bristol's best backstreet boozer', but The Golden Guinea offers a whole lot more than that. Sure, the selection behind the bar is pretty superb, but since its refurbishment, the tastefully furnished Guinea has become a stylish place to eat and socialise, both day and night. Events are held on most evenings - wheth...

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The Orchard Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants23.4 miles 12 Hanover Place Spike Island BS1 6XT

The Orchard Inn boasts a selection of ciders the size and variety of which would astound even the most devoted West Country cider drinker. Declared 'National Cider Pub 2009' by CAMRA, The Orchard serves over 20 real and traditional ciders at any one time. The food is just as varied, with specials including rabbit, pheasant, duck a...

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The Kings Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants23.4 miles High Street Prestbury GL52 3AR

After a lengthy hiatus I was more than a little surprised when I arrived at the Kings Arms. Since my last visit the attractive historic building has been transformed, both in terms of decor and gastronomic offerings. The stunning new look has brought this charismatic pub well and truly up to date, while retaining its original charm a...

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The Cottage Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants23.4 miles Baltic Wharf Cumberland Road BS1 6XG

Situated right on Bristol's historic harbour at Baltic Wharf, The Cottage Inn can be reached by land or water. You can simply hop off the ferry and head inside for some delicious food, top-quality ale and a guaranteed good time. In the summer, people spill out onto the pretty patio and the steps leading down to the water, whilst win...

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