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Traditional restaurants in North Somerset
Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants15.7 miles Withy Road West Huntspill TA9 3RA
The Crossways Inn is situated in the picturesque village of West Huntspill, within easy reach of the M5. It oozes charm and old-fashioned hospitality, and stocks a good range of well-kept local ales which you can drink in the traditional bar area or, if you're lucky enough to visit on a warm sunny day, in the beer garden which boasts...View full review
Traditional15.7 miles Market Place BA3 3AD
A cosy stay and a warm welcome awaits you at The Radstock Hotel. With a fantastic food offering that’s rooted in comforting British tradition, the restaurant is a great place to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner, while the lovely bar area is the perfect place to unwind after a long day. With a talented new chef recently having j...View full review
Traditional15.9 miles 140 Marshfield Road CF3 2TU
Y Maerun Pub & Dining is a hotspot for catching up with friends, drinking with colleagues and dining with the family. Its cheery atmosphere makes guests feel truly at home and goes hand in hand with the great selection of ale, wine, and comforting food on offer.
For peckish guests, starters such as the garlic mushroom b...
Traditional15.9 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...
Traditional16 miles Newbridge Road BA1 3NB
The Boathouse sits in a picturesque and tranquil riverside spot away from the hustle and bustle of Bath’s city centre. Easy access and ample free parking make this a convenient spot for visitors, while nine en-suite guest rooms mean The Boathouse is just as fine a destination for relaxing weekend breaks as it is for cosy meals w...View full review
Traditional16 miles 10 St Mellons Road CF3 2TX
Ever since it was built in the 1800s, The Masons Arms has played a vital role in the community. Bringing freshly cooked pub food, real ale and friendly service to Marshfield, the pub attracts a band of loyal locals as well as those from further afield. Traditional favourites such as fish and chips, wholetail scampi, sausage and ma...View full review
Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants16.2 miles Peasedown St John BA2 8PF
The Prince of Wales is a great example of a brilliant traditional pub: it’s got great food, cask ales and cosy decor. The landscape of Peasedown makes for a pleasing view from this historic building. Having taken over in September 2015, owner Gary has spruced it up and diners can now choose to dine in any number of cosy spots th...View full review