Have you visited Weston-super-Mare recently?

25 Mar 2019

If not, why not?

The traditional Victorian sea side town has seen a lot of regeneration recently with new pavements, refurbished buildings and more making it a pleasant and perfect base to explore the north of Somerset.

Frome Weston-super-Mare you’ll easily be able to visit the Somerset coastline, as well s a raft of outdoor activities in the nearby Mendip Hills. Bristol and Bath are both easily accessible by car or train from the central station. The train station being so centrally located makes Weston-super-Mare an easy place to travel to via train from stations around the country, so why not grab the family and start your adventure this Spring?

There are plenty of great events and attractions in and around the town for everyone to enjoy, from crafts, nature, music, food and more!

The Winter Gardens, Helicopter Museum and the Playhouse are packed with events throughout April and the EAT Weston Food Festival will start on the 13th April and is popular for visitors and the fascinating North Somerset Arts Week will be held from 3rd-12th May where there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Need somewhere to stay during your visit? Take a look at Martyndale Suites, a hidden Regency crescent a stone’s throw from the beach with apartments that sleep from 2-7 people. Plus, for those travelling with children, the apartments are near to parks and children’s activities and for those travelling without, you’re close to a whole range of evening entertainment in Weston’s heritage area.

Have you visited Weston-super-Mare recently?
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