Places to Visit

  • Cheddar visit the famous caves and sample the cheeses
  • Wookey Hole great family day out, play areas, caves and circus
  • Wells the smallest ity in England, visit its splendid Cathedral. Mendip market for your local produce, various good eateries
  • Glastonbury visit the tor
  • Bristol Brunel’s famous Suspension Bridge, The SS Great Britain, lots of historic pubs and sites. Balloon Fiesta every August, Harbourside area, Cabot Circus Shopping Centre
  • Bath Beautiful Roman City, take an open top bus or experience one of the ghost or comedy walks. Famous for its Roman Baths roof top spa and Royal Crescent
  • Weston-super-Mare seaside resort with newly rebuilt Pier
  • Bath & West Show Ground for its agricultural and numerous other shows through out the year


Eating Out

There are a vast array of quality country pubs and restaurants in our area, too many to mention but here are a little selection of some local eateries…

  • The Castle Of Comfort 1 mile up the hill, great local pub especially for steaks, child friendly garden, dogs welcome in the bar and garden
  • The Waldegrave – newly refurbished – pub grub and restaurant style food situated in the village 1.6 mile down hill, child friendly garden, dogs welcome
  • Pony & Trap having been awarded a Michelin Star, near Chew Magna
  • Chew Magna for ‘The Bear and Swan’ and ‘The Pelican’
  • Chew Valley Lake’s ‘Salt and Malt’ tea room, fish cafe and takeaway in a beautiful Lakeside setting
  • The Ring Of Bells in Compton Martin, a 5 – 10 mins drive
  • Wells Ask (pizza, pasta), Goodfellows, numerous good quality eateries


Food Shopping

  • Village Shop in East Harptree local for: papers; bread; milk; your basic essentials
  • Village Shop West Harptree everything you probably would need
  • Farm Shop and tea rooms at Bishop Sutton
  • Co-op Chew Magna
  • Wells (6 miles) has supermarkets (Tesco, Waitrose, Lidl) and restaurants
  • There are various takeaways in Wells, Cheddar and Bishop Sutton (details on site)