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Traditional restaurants in North Somerset

The Griffin Public House

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.1 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 Imperial

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.1 miles 14 South Parade BS23 1JN

From the grand period façade to the comfortable yet stylish interior, The Imperial is welcoming through and through. With a new team at the helm, this Butcombe pub is winning a fresh legion of fans, who love the varied menu designed for fantastic informal dining. So what can you expect from The Imperial? Well, the wine li...

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The Queens Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.1 miles Celtic Way Bleadon BS24 0NF

A few miles away from Weston-super-Mare is the little village of Bleadon - a hidden pocket of medieval history in what seems to be the middle of nowhere, surrounded by Somerset's rolling hills and lush green landscapes. The Queens Arms, situated in the heart of this hideaway, is small yet not cramped, oldfashioned yet far from outda...

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Colston Yard

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.2 miles Colston Street BS1 5BD

Housed in the old Smiles Brewery Tap, and reinvented by the local prize-winning Butcombe Brewery, Colston Yard pub and restaurant successfully maintains whispers of the building's past, while embracing the present with its tastefully redecorated interior. As a specialist beer pub, it's no surprise to find an awe-inspiring drinks lis...

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Seamus O’Donnell’s

Traditional9.2 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 Restaurants9.2 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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Balmoral Hotel

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.2 miles 66 Walliscote Road BS23 1ED

The Balmoral Hotel can be found just a short stroll from Weston's famous seafront and all its attractions, making this small family-run hotel perfect for families looking for a few days away from it all, as well as for backpackers exploring the South West. With Bristol airport just 20 minutes' drive away, it is also ideal for a stop...

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The Cambridge Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.4 miles Coldharbour Road BS6 7JS

With seven real ales on tap, from the best of Fullers to gems from the South West, and a menu that evolves with the seasons, The Cambridge Arms is a prime place for quality beers, wines and spirits and tasty food made with local produce. The decor reflects the diversity of customers, with art and prints sourced from artists around...

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Georgina’s Restaurant at The Anchor Inn

Traditional9.5 miles Bridgwater Road Bleadon BS24 0AW

Situated on the outskirts of the village of Bleadon, just south of Weston-super-Mare you’ll find The Anchor Inn, a fantastic traditional pub that charms all who visit. The pub has built up a loyal following of satisfied patrons thanks to its relaxed ambience and cosy setting. You’re guaranteed a warm welcome at this friendly e...

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The Bell

Traditional9.6 miles Hillgrove Street Stokes Croft BS2 8JT

Found just metres from Stokes Croft, probably Bristol's most vibrant and cultural area, this pub is a great place to simply enjoy yourself. Head here with friends during a crawl around Bristol's finest ale-providing pubs, or for a lunch by the fire with your family. With local artwork adorning the walls only adding to its community ...

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Hobbs Boat Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.6 miles Bridgewater Road Lympsham BS24 0BP

Hobbs Boat Inn is conveniently located next to Lympsham's Premier Inn, just off Junction 22 of the M5. This cosy and welcoming pub is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and has a wealth of homely dishes perfect for a family meal. Kick off your meal with some dough balls and dips (£1.99) or Cajun battered prawns served ...

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The Rodney Stoke Inn

Traditional9.8 miles Wells Road Rodney Stoke BS27 3XB

If you’ve spent a day exploring Cheddar Gorge, Wells or Wookey Hole Caves and are in need of refreshment, take a drive to The Rodney Stoke Inn, which boasts a campsite for those wishing to stay overnight. The à la carte and specials board offer plenty to satisfy hungry guests, including everything from tapas dishes and sandwiches ...

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Prince of Wales

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.8 miles 5 Gloucester Road Bishopston BS7 8AA

Situated on bustling Gloucester Road, this lively pub effortlessly fits in with the arty, eclectic vibe of the area. An eye-catching mural adorns the pub's facade, while the interior features stained glass, cosy seating and a friendly atmosphere. The menu is creative, featuring classics with a twist and dishes inspired by globa...

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The Carpenters Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.9 miles Wick Lane Stanton Wick BS39 4BX

Sitting gracefully in the beautiful countryside of Chew Valley is The Carpenter's Arms. Formerly a row of miners' cottages, this building has been lovingly converted into an idyllic country inn boasting a superb restaurant, 12 en-suite bedrooms and a terrace for alfresco summer dining. On those cold winter nights, a wood-burning fir...

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