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Built in 1795, the Pump Room is one of the most elegant and historical buildings in the country, and still today after more than 300 years people come together to celebrate in this unique venue.
Our award winning Golden Jubilee Restaurant in Weston Super Mare, Somerset epitomises the elegant Regency style for which Weston was formally renowned. Open to both residents and non-residents this proves to be a very popular eatery to all.
The Beachcomber is a fantastic pub, restaurant and free entertainment venue in Brean. There is a family restaurant, Cabaret Bar and children's entertainment room.
Nestled in the rolling North Somerset countryside stands one of the region’s most popular destination spa hotels.
Situated within the Bristol Hippodrome Piano Bar, Hanover Street Bistro is a stylish dining establishment serving a delicious menu.
Complete a memorable trip to the seaside and enjoy the spectacular views from Tiffany's. Visit our elegant restaurant for panormaic sea views and classic favourites.
Boutique luxury hotel on the edge of Taunton with spa and award winning, 3 AA rosettes restaurant, The Mount Somerset in Somerset
Bucklegrove offers a family friendly base, with indoor swimming pool, The Lodge – Bar, Grill & Restaurant and a range of pitches from camping and tourers to luxury lodges with hot tubs.
Visit the Cross Keys Inn and you’ll find a traditional, real ale, Somerset country pub. This beautiful 16th Century building is full of charm and character, including original flagstone floors, beautiful elm ceiling beams, a large inglenook fireplace and original monastery stone.
At The Railway Inn, Sandford, a warm welcome awaits you. Treat yourself to a delicious meal in our restaurant, have a bar snack in our cosy bar, or simply enjoy a pint of Thatchers Somerset Cider.
Climb the spiral staircase to walk in the footsteps of Wells Cathedral masons.
Wookey Hole Cave Aged cheddar cheese, matured in the caves, a taste of Somerset.
The Jane Austen Giftshop is located on the ground floor of the Jane Austen Centre.