Coastal Somerset

  1. Things To Do in Coastal Somerset
    With its stunning coastline, idyllic countryside and proximity to Bristol, Coastal Somerset is home to a diverse range of attractions and activities.
  2. What's on in Coastal Somerset
    Find out about what's on in Coastal Somerset
  3. Places to eat in Coastal Somerset
    From fish and chips on the beach to rustic country pubs, there’s plenty of restaurants, cafés and pubs to choose from across Coastal Somerset.
  4. Travelling to Coastal Somerset
    Coastal Somerset has excellent rail, bus, road and air links. Find out more here.
  5. The Local's Guide: Weston-super-Mare

    There's much more to this coastal town than just the seafront and tourists! Karen Blake shares her favourites.

  6. Clevedon Pier

    Find out why hopping on two wheels is a great way to visit this Victorian seaside town. 

  7. Arc Of Angels

    Overlooking the Severn Estuary, just a short drive from Bristol, lies the charming coastal town of Portishead. With its rich maritime history, stunning waterfront views, and a burgeoning food scene, Portishead is the perfect destination for a day trip or a stop off along the M5 motorway.

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  1. Add Ramada Bristol West to your Itinerary

    Ramada Bristol West

    M4/M5 Corridor

    TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice award winner in 2022. Family and pet friendly hotel, conveniently located on the M5. Free Wi-Fi and parking included with each stay.

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  2. Add Grove Park & Jill's Garden to your Itinerary

    Grove Park & Jill's Garden


    Grove Park is a beautiful park incorporating Jill's Garden, in memory of local TV presenter, Jill Dando.

    The northern area is on higher ground and has a children's play area which has many paths and steps leading to it.

    To the north-west…

  3. Add Exhibition of the Illustrations of Quentin Blake to your Itinerary

    Exhibition of the Illustrations of Quentin Blake


    Weston Museum is thrilled to host the first ever exhibition dedicated to Quentin Blake’s illustrations for poetry.  The exhibition is on tour across the UK and will be at Weston Museum from from Tuesdays to Saturdays 10:00am - 16:00 pm 4 March – 3…

  4. Add Sand Point & Middle Hope to your Itinerary

    Sand Point & Middle Hope


    Sand Point is a limestone peninsula sticking out into the Bristol Channel. Situated at one end of Sand Bay. 

  5. Add Weston-super-Mare Beach to your Itinerary

    Weston-super-Mare Beach


    Weston-super-Mare has a long, sandy beach that has a high tidal range.

  6. Add Tiffany’s Restaurant to your Itinerary

    Tiffany’s Restaurant


    Tiffany's Restaurant on the Grand Pier is the perfect place to relax with lunch or afternoon tea and take in the spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding coastline.

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  7. Add The Grand Pier at Weston-super-Mare to your Itinerary

    The Grand Pier at Weston-super-Mare


    The Grand Pier is open every day, except Christmas Day, so come hail, rain or shine, you’ll always get a warm welcome. Whatever the weather is doing outside, it’s still fun, fun, fun on the inside.

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  8. Add Pier to Pier Cycle Route to your Itinerary

    Pier to Pier Cycle Route

    North Somerset

    The Weston-super-Mare to Clevedon Pier to Pier Way is a new 13-mile route designed to appeal to commuters, leisure users and tourists alike opening in Spring 2024.

  9. Add Marine Lake & The Causeway to your Itinerary

    Marine Lake & The Causeway


    Marine Lake, there is always sea water even when the tide is out.

  10. Add Brean Down to your Itinerary

    Brean Down


    A natural pier into the Bristol Channel, north of Weston-super-Mare with dramatic cliffs and a victorian fort.

  11. Add Water Adventure Play Park to your Itinerary

    Water Adventure Play Park


    Enjoy a splash-tastic tript to the seaside at Weston-super-Mare thanks to the Water Adventure Play Park.

  12. Add Aqua, Portishead to your Itinerary

    Aqua, Portishead


    Aqua for every occasion, they are open all day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Creating memorable service with outstanding food and impeccable service. Pop in anytime.3

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  13. Add Sand Bay Beach, Sand Point and Middle Hope to your Itinerary

    Sand Bay Beach, Sand Point and Middle Hope


    Sand Bay is a long, expanse of sand and shingle, to the north of a Weston-super-Mare in North Somerset. The beach is backed by grass covered sand dunes. 

  14. Add Clarence Park to your Itinerary

    Clarence Park


    Park close to Weston seafront with play area, bowling club and Oliver's Café.

  15. Add Uphill Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Uphill Nature Reserve


    Uphill Hill Local Nature Reserve is a designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), Uphill Hill is part of the Mendip Limestone Grasslands Special Area of Conservation, (SAC) supporting a diverse flora and valuable insect habitat.

  16. Add Prior's Wood Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Prior's Wood Nature Reserve

    Once part of the Tyntesfield Estate, ancient trees, streams and plantations can all be found in this wildlife-rich woodland.

  17. Add Purn Hill Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Purn Hill Nature Reserve


    Purn Hill is a reserve that mostly consists out of grassland and is part of the western Mendips. The hill has panoramic views across the Somerset Levels to the Blackdowns and Quantocks.

  18. Add Weston Big Wood Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Weston Big Wood Nature Reserve

    Weston Big Wood is a woodland which is very rich in wildlife, but what can also be found here is evidence of man’s historical activities.

  19. Add Clapton Moor Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Clapton Moor Nature Reserve

    Clapton Moor is an important area for its breeding waders and wintering wildfowl and the rhynes are home to many other species.

  20. Add Walborough Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Walborough Nature Reserve

    Walborough is a salt marsh and limestone grassland, it is home to some rare plants and animals.

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