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Restaurants in Weston super Mare
5.0 based on 25 reviews
5.0 based on 13 reviews
Outdoor adventure for all - caving, climbing, abseiling, navigation, guided hill and mountain walking. Individuals, Stags and Hens, youth groups, families, team-building/leadership sessions, community groups, fund-raising - whoever you are we create sessions to meet your needs. Contact us for your first, or next, adventure!
4.0 based on 32 reviews
A flat and easy walking course in outstanding condition with great views across the Bristol Channel over towards Wales. Visitors and societies welcome, plus if you're new to the area membership is available, with restaurant and facilities.
4.0 based on 1,356 reviews
Regularly visit the beach with the dogs during winter months, they love,as they are,allowed on all of it, summer months there is a restriction on dogs on the beach, my 2 young kids love the beach even in the winter, it's always,clean, and during the summer you can cool off with a lovely ice cream, or in the winter a warm drink, from any of the cafe's along the front, well worth a visit.
4.0 based on 29 reviews
We parked here awhile and drank in the breathtaking views towards Somerset, i.e. Brean Down with Steepholm in the distance. It all seemed very near, almost walkable across the mud, which we know all too well is not possible.
4.0 based on 2 reviews
Situated on the edge of the Mendip Hills this challenging 9 hole course offers a friendly welcome with spectacular views across the Bristol Channel to Clevedon, Wales and The Quantocks or look in the other direction and see the Somerset Levels. The pro shop offers a friendly space to have a chat with our pro as well as offering all the equipment you need for a round of golf as well as light food.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
A lovely flat sandy beach which is perfect to stroll along whatever the time of year, i inhaled all that strong crisp fresh sea air as it was raining & freezing cold when I drove there today. Lots of dog walkers off season as its a great place to walk a dog to tire them out, Pontins holiday village is local & is just across the road, there is a good sized car park plus the number 1 bus stops all along the seafront depending how you travel to get there, on a clear day the views are stunning.
2.0 based on 4 reviews
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