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Traditional restaurants in North Somerset

The Old Green Tree

Traditional18 miles 12 Green Street BA1 2JZ

Built and opened in 1710, The Old Green Tree is a good old-fashioned British pub, which was refurbished to include beautiful oak panelling. Other than a few changes to add modern comfort, the pub remains unspoiled, and is listed in CAMRA’s inventory of historic pub interiors. The pub was also awarded the Bath and Borders CAMRA P...

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The Pig & Fiddle

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants18 miles 2 Saracen Street BA1 5BR

In 1989 this former fish restaurant and spectacles shop began a new chapter, attracting those in search of a relaxing pint and good company. A diverse crowd that includes students, locals and sports fans flock to The Pig & Fiddle to enjoy the lively atmosphere, real ales and quality food. On the menu you'll find freshly made Bri...

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The Cannards Well

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants18 miles Cannards Grave Road BA4 4LY

If you thought hospitality was a thing of the past, then visit this hostelry, where customers are really made to feel at home. Savvy travellers booking one of the 18 bedrooms will visit nearby attractions, including the cathedral cities of Wells and Bath, mystical Glastonbury and the impressive Cheddar Gorge. The rustic charm of the ...

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The Bell Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants18.1 miles 103 Walcot Street BA1 5BW

The Bell is as unique and funky as it gets. It's the largest community-owned pub in the UK, Bath Chronicle Pub of the Year, winner of a Bath Life Award and CAMRA Pub of the Year (Bath and Borders). 'Part country pub, part festival back-bar, this is a welcoming institution at the heart of Bath's bohemian Walcot community' (The Observ...

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Crystal Palace

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants18.1 miles 10-11 Abbey Green BA1 1NW

Looking for delicious pub food in Bath at a venue that will suit the whole family? I can highly recommend Crystal Palace. Seek out this delightful establishment, which is just a minute away from the abbey, and you’ll be spoilt for choice by the extensive menu. From light bites and nibbles to starters and mains, along with season...

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The Rising Sun Inn

Traditional18.1 miles 3-4 Grove Street BA2 6PJ

Set in a building that dates back to the 1700s, The Rising Sun is a traditional pub with a modern edge. Having been lovingly restored with a cosy interior and first-class accommodation, this beautiful hotel and restaurant welcomes guests from all over the world. Diners at The Rising Sun will not be disappointed by the range of mou...

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The Boater

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants18.2 miles 9 Argyle Street BA2 4BQ

The Boater is a traditional pub that oozes charm and character. From eclectic decor to a top-notch menu, this historic pub in the centre of Bath has it all. Take a seat amidst the chic, rustic furnishings inside, or if the weather permits, make the most of the outdoor seating area – with a beer in hand and the British weather be...

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Seashore Grill & Cafe Bar

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants18.2 miles Beach Road Swanbridge CF64 5UG

Seashore Grill & Café Bar is situated on the outskirts of Cardiff in Swanbridge, accessed via a country lane with views across the Bristol Channel. Established five years ago by Mr. Gordon Hadfield, it is often used by the residents of the adjacent private caravan parks but is also open to the public. Seashore serves hear...

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The Pike & Musket

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants18.2 miles 160 Main Street Walton Street BA16 9QU

Very few village pubs are set so ideally close to so many diversions as this one. Glastonbury is just up the road, and Street - with its excellent Clarks Village shopping outlet - is just minutes away. The tiny village of Walton is also temptingly close to the M5 and the coastline at Burnham-on-Sea. Whether you're out for a day ...

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33 Windsor Place

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants18.3 miles 33 Windsor Place CF10 3BZ

33 Windsor Place is a unique city centre bar and restaurant, offering a wide range of food, premium drinks and coffees. This premium venue attracts a wide range of clientele and is ideal for quick lunches, relaxing after work, private functions and delicious dinners. The regularly changing menu features quality British ingredients...

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The Grange

Traditional18.5 miles 134 Penarth Road CF11 6NJ

The Grange, found right in the middle of Cardiff, underwent a makeover in 2016, bringing the pub bang up to date. It offers everything you could wish to find at a traditional watering hole: real ale, craft beer, fine wine and quality homemade food. Tipples from guest breweries often appear behind the bar to ensure the loyal follow...

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The Vulcan Lounge

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants18.5 miles 2 Wyeverne Road CF24 4BH

Found in Cathays, The Vulcan Lounge definitely lives up to the vibrancy of the neighbourhood. Situated at a crossroads, it is certainly hard to miss, though its striking exterior reveals a softer interior, with battered leather seats, dark wood and atmospheric lighting welcoming you in. The staff deliver an excellent example of trad...

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Faulkland Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants18.6 miles High Street Faulkland BA3 5UH

The Faulkland Inn is a family-owned historic coaching inn that has recently been refurbished to create a pub everyone would love to have on their street. Much like the atmosphere of the pub, the food offering is like a hug: warm and comforting. On the menu you might find delights such as whitebait with tartare sauce, creamy garlic...

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The Star Inn

Traditional18.9 miles Caerleon Road Ponthir NP18 1GZ

The Star Inn, located in the small village of Ponthir, attracts both regulars and visitors from further afi eld. With an eye-catching menu with something for every palate, the homemade dishes boast quality ingredients and fresh produce. We began our feast with king prawns drizzled in garlic and chilli, and pineapple- and chilli-ba...

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The Hope and Anchor

Traditional19 miles Midford Road BA2 7DD

Sitting right on the Colliers Way cycle path, you can reach the ivy-clad Hope and Anchor via a scenic 20 minute bike ride from Bath that takes you through the famous Two Tunnels, or it’s just 10 minutes by car. This independently run historic pub is the perfect spot to rest up and enjoy a well-earned pint of local ale or cider, ...

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