Highcliffe Hotel Clevedon

Wellington Terrace, Clevedon, Bristol, BS21 7PU, United Kingdom
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beach near Bristol


Hello, I'll be in Bristol in august. Where is the nearest beach ? (that's for our baby)
Where are the best restaurants ?

Thank you

RE: beach near Bristol

by aaaarrgh

I would say the nearest sandy beach is Weston-Super-Mare, which is around 15 miles away on the Bristol Channel.

As for nice restaurants, there seemed to be a number of attractive restaurants in the Clifton area of Bristol. It is a pretty area of the city near the famous suspension bridge. Maybe check the Restaurant tips here on Virtual Tourist.

RE: beach near Bristol

by Yogidogg

Dont go in the Bristol channel with a baby! It aint the cleanest water by any means.

RE: RE: beach near Bristol

by ben6fruits

Clevedon about 7 miles past Clifton Suspension Bridge heading out of Bristol is probably ur nearest - its a bit Rocky & not a conventional beach but u get some staggering views at Sunset of the sun setting over Wales.

Weston-Super-Mare is the closest traditional beach - about 20 mins away by car. Its not fantastic - infact its pretty muddy - but dont let that u put u off. Also WSM has the second highest tide in the world!

RE: RE: beach near Bristol

by ben6fruits

Just twigged the original post was from June - thought it was the wrong time of year to go skinny dipping...ben.

Travel Tips for Bristol

At the top of Park Street is...

by greebo

At the top of Park Street is the Bristol University, built by Wills family who made their fortune from the tabacco industry. The University was given as a gift to the city. So the Wills family ensured that even though we'd die from lung cancer at least we weren't ignorant about it. The University itself is a large ornate building and can be viewed by the public on the 'open doors day'.

The Bristol L

by KennetRose

In Bristol they say you never become a true Bristolian until you stop noticing the accent (a Somerset burr given a hard urban edge). In that case it's an impossible task. Note the slightly whining, rising intonation at the end of sentences (which usually end with 'moi lurrrve'), and the habit of tacking the first consonant of the next word onto the end of the previous one. This is also "I is" (rather than "I am" or "I be") country

The most characteristic feature is the addition of an L at the end of all words ending in an unstressed vowel. So you might hear a Bristolian say "Oi's wa'ring moi begonials moi lurve". The Hippodrome may be featuring the Welsh National Operal performing Toscal or La Traviatal (the one with the consumptive heroine Violettal). The three Muses who crown the Royal West of England Academy at the top of Park Street are known locally as "Eval, Idal and Normal".

I rightly put this local manor...

by pollon

I rightly put this local manor house under off the beaten path but I would like to say that it's near a must for me when in Bristol, near Greebo's house... and if you want to visit a good page on Bristol go to:

Greebo's Bristol page

Temple Meads Station

by diocletianvs

Bristol's main train station is Temple Meads - note that there is a second station called Parkway, but this is far from the city centre.

The original Temple Meads station was built for the Great Western Railway and was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the engineer of the GWR. Today this historic building houses the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum. The adjacent station which is used by trains today was built between 1871 and 1878. It is not specially interesting in architectural terms but I guess it is more functional than the first station building.

From Temple Meads Station it is approx. 10 minutes walk to the centre of Bristol.

Late Night Italian Style

by marilynmondoe about La taverna dell Artista - Renatos

This is the famous Italian restaurant above the Renatos late night theatre pub.

The restaurant is very charming and italian.........(the ceiling is actually sloping ala the leaning tower of pisa?.........thats how wonderfully old this building is.

First time i have ever been to this restaurant and it lived up to the hype. The waiters were amazing - older! and so very very curteous and looked like they'd been doing the job their whole life AND were loving it!

Food was fabulous and not over priced.

The best thing about this restaurant is you can eat and then drink and drink and drink...................we got there 8.30pm and stayed til midnight, Then continued the night until 2am downstairs...........now thats a restaurant!!

Actor types are supposed to drink here....so it has a reputation for being abit pouncy and cliquey but i LOVED it. (call me a pounce!!)


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Address: Wellington Terrace, Clevedon, Bristol, BS21 7PU, United Kingdom