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Hi! Im abz (13) from birmingham and i travel to brean a lot as i visit family in berrow. We went to brean in the 6 weeks holiday and it was brilliant exept we couldnt find a cheep family spot. so my parents decided to take us for a ride around midday. As my nan practically lives in brean she knows where everything is and all the best pubs and familly places around. We stopped off at the seagull inn. outside is a large board telling you whats on for that particular night. So anyway we dicided to go back to the caravan, get changed and go down to the seagull inn around 4 oclock. when we arrived it was packed and there were only a few tables left so we grabbed a table near the front and sat down. It was brilliant as at 7 oclock they have a kids hour run by a really nice dj called christian and at around 9 pm they have caberate for adults but children are alowed to sit on the dancefloor and watch. Many families left around 10 after the first half of the caberate had finished but my familly stayed until kicking out time (around 1am) when the kids hours or caberate is not on there is alway a disco. This is a brilliant pub. over the corse of our 2 week holiday we visited the seagull 10 nights.
Dress Code: no vest tops and no sandals
Written Oct 25, 2006
Address: coast road, brean
Phone: number on website
Fondest memory: At the one end of Brean is a car park with a few souvenir shops and places to eat, next to this at the base of the Downs is a bird park which I went to when I was younger. My main memory of Brean though is walking the steep steps up to the top of Brean Downs and walking virtually to the end of the undulating, gorse splattered out-crop. From the top of the Downs there are some great views, to the south are the sand dunes of Brean, to the north is the bay of Weston Super Mare and out to sea is the Holm islands and a little bit further you can see Wales.
Written Aug 16, 2004
Favorite thing: Walking on the broad beach of Brean is a nice thing to do. Park your car at the beach. (you have to pay a small entrance fee)
Then put on your boots and walk through the mud , which appears at low tide.
Written Mar 30, 2003