Search

Our suggestions...

Home » All restaurants in North Somerset » Traditional restaurants in North-somerset

Traditional restaurants in North Somerset

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...

View full review

The Hobgoblin

Traditional9.9 miles 69-71 Gloucester Road BS7 8AS

Bustling Gloucester Road is the perfect spot for a lively pub that attracts a buzzy crowd of students and locals alike. The Hobgoblin achieves a laid-back vibe where folk are as happy to gather for a few drinks at the bar as they are to enjoy a sit-down meal to share.
A simple food offering of burgers and loaded fries befit...

View full review

The Ring O Bells

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10 miles Hinton Blewett BS39 5AN

Surrounded by countryside so beautiful that it inspired Thomas Hardy to write some of his greatest works, The Ring O' Bells is a true English country pub. Inside, low ceilings with black oak beams create a quaint, intimate feel, while rustic wooden furnishings and large fireplaces give the place a vintage edge. Outside there's a lov...

View full review

The Ring O' Bells

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10 miles Hinton Blewett BS39 5AN

Surrounded by countryside so beautiful that it inspired Thomas Hardy to write some of his greatest works, The Ring O' Bells is a true English country pub. Inside, low ceilings with black oak beams create a quaint, intimate feel, while rustic wooden furnishings and large fireplaces give the place a traditional, vintage edge. Outs...

View full review

The Post Office Tavern

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10 miles 17 Westbury Hill Westbury-on-Trym BS9 3AG

The Post Office Tavern is steeped in history. Originally a mail coaching inn, this one-storey simply oozes personality. Choice decoration and furnishings bring a welcome sense of character; politely alluding to the building's rich past and making visitors feel at ease and comfortable. Real ales and ciders are of serious importa...

View full review

The Victoria

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.1 miles 20 Chock Lane Westbury on Trym BS9 3EX

A warm welcome, real ale and hearty pub food - you can be sure of all three at the affectionately known Vic in Westbury on Trym. Landlords Rhona and Ernie know all their locals by name, and the door is always open. If you were to judge The Vic by its menu alone, it would come up trumps, being both seasonal and featuring locally so...

View full review

The Queen Victoria

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.3 miles Pelting Drove Priddy BA5 3BA

Nestled deep in the Mendip Hills, Priddy is a small and unassuming village, yet one brimming with historical interest. With its fantastic surrounding countryside, this area is a magnet for walkers, families and cavers who visit for the famous Swildon's Hole, the longest cave in the Mendip Hills. The Queen Victoria began its life...

View full review

The Kings Head

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11 miles 277-279 Whitehall Road BS5 7BH

Undertake the ten-minute drive from the city centre to The Kings Head and you will be well-rewarded. Although it's a traditional inn through and through, you won't just find classic pub fare on the menu; there's also a whole section devoted to high-quality Caribbean cuisine. The Kings' family team is dedicated to serving the communi...

View full review

The George Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.1 miles Church Street BS28 4AB

Nestled in the Somerset countryside, the historic village of Wedmore lies between the River Axe and the River Brue. A traditional Somerset village, Wedmore takes its name from Saxon times, and means 'hunting moor' - an apt place then to savour a George boar burger, accompanied by onion marmalade and smoked Applewood Cheddar. Offeri...

View full review

The Inn on the Green

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.3 miles 2 Filton Road Horfield BS7 0PA

The slogan of The Inn On The Green is ‘your community, your local’, and I dearly wish we did live closer. When we visited on a Thursday evening, the pub was buzzing inside and out with a wide variety of customers, including couples with small babies and large dogs, groups of colleagues out for after work-drinks, and friends on...

View full review

Sexeys Arms

Traditional11.6 miles Blackford BS28 4NT

The Sexeys Arms is set in the heart of the countryside on the main road from Burnham-on-Sea to Wells, not far from Cheddar and the beauty of the Mendips. The Sexeys is open to everybody; children and dogs are welcome, and a secure children’s play area opposite the pub will keep the little ones occupied while you enjoy a pint in the...

View full review

The Trooper

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.8 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 ...

View full review

The Old Station Inn

Traditional12 miles Wells Road BS39 6EN

The Old Station Inn, a two-time winner of the Brains Pub of the Year award, offers a traditional pub atmosphere and a restaurant housed in a railway carriage, modelled on The Royal Scotsman’s dining car. The cosy bar area is a trove of bric-a-brac, enhancing the pub’s nostalgic and relaxed ambience.There’s plenty of outdoor ...

View full review

Panborough Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants12.5 miles Panborough BA5 1PN

With wonderful views of the Glastonbury Tor and the Mendips, the Panborough Inn is situated in a small hamlet just ten minutes' drive from Wells, Glastonbury and Cheddar. The Panborough Inn is a familyrun free house dating back to the 17th Century. The Panborough Inn offers an extensive selection of beers, local real ales, good-qu...

View full review

The Fox Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants12.5 miles Main Road Easter Compton BS35 5RA

Driving past bustling shopping centre, The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, you'd probably never expect to find a peaceful village close by. Yet Easter Compton is located just a few minutes away from this busy retail hub. The Fox Inn sits at the heart of the village and exudes a sense of community spirit, warmth and cheer. There is a bar an...

View full review
X

Recommend a Restaurant

Mon, 07/23/2018 - 14:07 -- Administrator
Body: 

We are always on the lookout for excellent eateries to feature on our website, our app and in our printed guides. If you think you know a restaurant that we really should review then tell us about it here.

Enter the postcode below to look up the restaurant address. If you don’t know the postcode just enter the address manually

CAPTCHA
This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.

We found several matches for places called "". Which one were you looking for?