Visiting, Eating, Drinking
Offa’s Dyke is a large linear earthwork that roughly follows the border between England and Wales. The structure is named after Offa, the Anglo-Saxon king of Mercia from AD 757 until 796, who is believed to have ordered its construction.Find Out More
Bristol is an excellent base for exploring the West Country, with a huge choice of bars, restaurants and shops. It’s one of the most culturally vibrant cities in the South of England, hosting a wide variety of visual arts, theatre.Find Out More
Just twelve miles from Bristol, Bath is compact and leisurely. The city’s elegant crescents and Georgian buildings are studded with plaques naming Bath’s eminent inhabitants. The Roman baths are a must!Find Out More
A 200m surfing lake in Easter Compton, 10 minutes from The Old Ferry View. The Wave delivers an unrivalled inland surf experience suitable for all.
The Wave is a fun day out where you can book surfing sessions and lessons.Find Out More
Bristol Zoo Project
Formally the ‘Wild Place Project’ describes it as ‘a fun family attraction’ and an ‘outdoor adventure’. While this is true, existing beyond the commercial strapline is a fascinating and interesting zoological visit!
With the closure of Bristol Zoo in September 2022, the ‘Wild Place Project’ changed its name and now, as part of a planned expansion, will become an increasingly varied and important wildlife park / conservation zoo.
Bear Wood, is well worth a visit on its own, were you can Journey through an eight-acre forest teeming with brown bears, wolves, lynxes, and wolverines – predators once native to British soil. Wind through a captivating treetop walkway, a “time machine” transporting you to their forgotten era.Find Out More
Panevino Italian Restaurant
Lovely restaurant featuring made-to-order Italian meals, plus a terrace overlooking the river.