Just down the hill, great for scenic walks and a lovely cafe in the courtyard of the mansion.
A great spot for walking. There is also a pitch and put course and a place where you can hire mountain bikes to use the bike trails through the woods.
Beautiful park with walks, cafe's, historic mansion, golf courses, off-road cycles tracks, deer park and home to the world famous Balloon Fiesta in August.
You may see some deer or just enjoy the walk on the estate. Either way its a nice calm relaxing walk and bike trails.
Stunning views over the city and huge wide open green spaces plus golf, mountain bike trails, walking and deer parks
“Lovely bar/cafe. Good for breakfast, lunch or evening drinks and food. Family friendly.”
“Poets’ Walk, owned by North Somerset Council, is a Local Nature Reserve in Clevedon. Situated on the coast with magnificent views, it consists of Church Hill and Wain’s Hill, the latter being the site of an Iron Age hill fort – a Scheduled Monument under the protection of English Heritage.”
“One of Brunels masterpieces open to the public since 1864. Those who are scared of heights may get shaky legs. ”
“The Clifton Suspension Bridge, spanning the picturesque Avon Gorge, is the symbol of the city of Bristol. For almost 150 years this Grade I listed structure has attracted visitors from all over the world.”
“Tyntesfield is a magnificent time capsule of an by-gone age. Excellent house and gardens to visit as well as some woodland walk - saved by The National Trust and local people who helped raise the money to buy it.”