There are other nice cafes and independent shops on Hill Road in Clevedon.
PUBS & BARS
Within 10-15 minutes drive
The Plough, High Street, Wrington, 01934 862871. Best to book if you want food here as they get very busy (01934 833303). Extensive menu, good quality food, reasonably priced. Consistently good, our favourite at the moment.
Teatro Bar, Great Western Road, Clevedon, BS21 6HB (just around the corner from the Curzon cinema), 01275 343833. It gets busy in here and it's open from 9am - 11pm most days.
The Limehouse, 59 Hill Rd, Clevedon, BS21 7PD, 01275 879600. Lounge bar and coffee house - nice atmosphere in the nicest shopping/eating area of Clevedon.
The Salthouse, Seafront, Clevedon, 01275 343303. Super location overlooking the sea with large outdoor seating area with patio heaters. Varied menu available and probably worth a visit for the view alone.
The Royal Oak, Copse Road, Clevedon, BS21 7QN, 01275 547420. Set just behind the seafront (there's a footpath through an alleyway) is this nice locals pub. Better known for its beer than for food.
The Little Harp, Seafront, Clevedon, 01275 343739. Fabulous views out to sea and to Clevedon Pier - large conservatory and outdoor seating makes the most of this. Extensive and varied menu, however, we've heard varying reports recently.
The Plough, Congresbury. 01934 877402 Nice atmosphere, cosy pub doing good food. Nice garden area. CAMRA pub of the year South West 6 years in a row. You need to book!
The Bridge Inn at North End, Yatton, 01934 839139. Closest pub to the lakes and cottages. Approx 3-4 minutes drive or a 20 minute walk. Big roadside pub serving reasonably priced 'average' food. Great indoor and outdoor area for kids. Large car park.
The Old Inn, Paul's Causeway, Congresbury. 01934 832270 Nice place for a Sunday lunchtime drink in the winter. Roaring log fire and small but cosy bar area, it does get busy. Well kept Bass if you're a real ale enthusiast. No food. Beer garden.
Within 20 minutes drive
Black Horse, Clapton in Gordano, 01275 842105. Pretty drive through narrow country lanes to reach this very popular old pub which features in the Good Pub Guide. Beer garden.
Hall & Woodhouse, 59 Newfoundland Way, Portishead, BS20 7FP, 01275 848685. Great pub alongside the marina in Portishead. The building has won awards for its modern design incorporating lots of glass and shipping containers! Good menu. Worth a visit.
The Railway Inn, Sandford, Somerset, BS25 5RA, 01934 611518. Owned by Thatchers Cider - next door to the brewery. Beautifully refurbished with their own cider menu and excellent dining.
Pubs with better than average food - special occasions or if you fancy spoiling yourself
The Pony & Trap, Chew Magna, (35 minute drive but worth it), 01275 332627. Excellent food/drink/service, almost essential to book. Fabulous views.
We'd also include the Plough at Wrington on this list (see above).
Scoozi Ristorante, Hill Road, Clevedon, BS21 7NZ. Consistently good. Nice menu serving pizza, pasta, as well as steak, chicken, fish, daily specials, etc. Best to book as they get very busy. 01275 877516.
Murrays, Hill Road, Clevedon, BS21 7PN. Open 9am - 9pm. Authentic italian food with occasional themed nights on different areas of Italy which are very good. They also have a very good delicatessen. 01275 341555.
Monsoon, 33 Old Church Road, Clevedon (our favourite local Indian). 01275 340410 / 01275 875537.
Yatton Tandoori, High Street, Yatton. 01934 877201
The Moguls, 5 Old Church Road, Clevedon, BS21 6LZ. 01275 878287.
Puro, Hill Road, Clevedon, BS21 7PH. We love it here. Super menu. Best to book. They have a new upstairs 'Vine & Vintage' wine bar. 01275 872307
Mediterranevm, smart, new restaurant on the A370 between us and Weston super Mare. Has a good reputation. 0330 333 2221..
Fish & Chips
Yatton Fish Bar, High Street, Yatton. 01934 833136 Clevedon Fish Bar, Old Church Road, Clevedon. 01275 875539
Noggins Old Fish Bar, Silver Street, Nailsea, BS48 2AG, 0275 853876. A 15 minute drive but they are the best in the area.
Star Fish Bar, 10 Old Street, Clevedon, BS21 6ND, 01275 875261. Also very good.
All the Indian restaurants mentioned above do takeaways, usually with a 10% discount on restaurant prices.
Cheung Chaw, 64 Old Church Road, Clevedon. 01275 872949
New Century, Old Church Road, Clevedon. 01275 876860
Cheungs Chinese Takeaway, High Street, Yatton. 01934 877707
Golden Grill, Old Church Road, Clevedon. 01275 343031
Pizza Magic, 30 Old Church Road, Clevedon, BS21 6LY, 01275878844
Domino's, 32 Old Church Road, Clevedon, BS21 6NN, 01275 875111
Brockley Stores, Main Road, Brockley, BS48 3AT 01275 462753. Lovely deli providing fresh, local food, fruit & veg, etc. Friendly service. Really worth a visit.
Murrays, Hill Road, Clevedon, BS21 7PN 01275 341222. Another really good deli with a bakery, cured meats, cheeses, fresh produce, Italian wine shop. They also have a good authentic Italian restaurant alongside (see above).
Somerset is a traditional cider-making area and we are lucky enough to have some great producers close by. Beware though, it goes straight to your knees!
Try Crossman's Cider from Mayfield Farm, Hewish about a 15 minute drive down the A370. Ben is Phil's second cousin and is a small traditional producer.
Thatchers Cider is about a 20 minute drive away at Myrtle Farm in the village of Sandford. You may be familiar with Thatchers Gold but you really should try the Traditional or Cheddar Valley varieties which are cloudy in appearance.
Go-Camping - A Camping Guide - useful guide for campers
Visit Somerset - a useful source of information for what's on and things to do in the area
The Strawberry Line is a very popular cycling trail converting the old railway line from Clevedon to Cranmore into a network of safe paths for walkers, cyclists, families and residents to enjoy.
The London - Lands End Cycle route features us as a good place to stay en route. This is a great guidebook detailing a traffic-calmed long distance cycle route across southern England - available in English, Dutch and German (French website on the way) and aimed at promoting sustainable cycling tourism! We look forward to continuing to welcome cyclists to the campsite.
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