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Museum
“This is just a short stroll from us and if you like Bakelite then you'll enjoy visiting this museum. I guarantee you won't leave without saying my Mum used to have one of those! Full of interest.”
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent
Zoo
“Tropiquaria Zoo is one of the most unique zoos or wildlife parks in the country. The former "Art Deco" BBC radio transmitter station originally built in 1933, now houses our Tropical Hall, Nocturnal House and Aquarium. Outside we have 4 acres of animal enclosures, along with our two life size pirate ships, and adventure castle,”
  • 4 personnes du coin recommandent
Store
“The Saint-Tropez of Somerset! Watchet has lots of small shops and cafés and great ice cream. Definitely worth a trip on the steam railway from Bishops Lydeard or Crowcombe station. ”
  • 6 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“Awesome Indian Restaurant just at the bottom of the street. Lovely for it's gorgeous authentic cuisine and friendly staff. Eat in or bring a takeaway back to the cottage to eat by the fire, or in the dining room..”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“This has changed hands several times in the last 10 years. It was a farm when i arrived and sometimes the cows would tumble down the cliff to arrive safely on the beach until they were brought back to their field!! Now in local hands again it is a small animal visitors farm with free of charge entry. There is a large ‘ham and chips’ cafe and roast dinner on a Sunday. Have a coffee and just enjoy the views over the Jurassic coastline to South Wales and beyond to the Severn Bridge on a good clear day. Visiting the animals is free and they sometimes have a car boot sale. The best bit is the car park as the local public one has now been closed due to the cliff erosion. Park here, have a cup of coffee and then spend a glorious half hour to a few hours walking along Helwell Beach finding fossils in amongst the shale or the super large ones sited in the cliff. For guiding to where they are I’ll give you some tips. Five minutes away in the car or 20-30 minutes walk.”
  • 4 personnes du coin recommandent
Salle de concert
$
“A large range of local Ciders from Somerset and surrounding counties (over 30 draught ciders!!) Somerset Pomona, Ice Cider, 7yr old, 15yr old & 20 yr old Cider Brandy fom Burrowhill Real Ales served straight from the cask – Otter, Exmoor, Moles & many other breweries You will find us in CAMRA’s ‘Good Beer Guide 2017,2018 & 2019. Large selection of Single Malts, Gins & Rums Dogs on leads welcome except on music nights. Unfortunately we are having to ask people not to bring dogs in on music nights due to a couple of recent incidents. Sorry. Regular music evenings – we are the ‘Real’ music venue in West Somerset. Regular Acoustic Night on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, and Sea Shanty night on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. . You are welcome to bring in fish & chips from next door or we can ring an order through to our local deli and they can deliver Ploughman’s or Deli platters for 2, pie & mash, paninis etc”
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent
Fish & chips
$
“If you don't fancy cooking and are on your way back from exploring this place serves great fish and chips and pizza!”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Meal Takeaway
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Pub
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“This is a our local pub and it is a great place to enjoy a relaxing evening meal in comfortable surroundings. Why not try out a pint of the local Somerset Cider. Dogs are very welcome in the bar.”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
“The Star Inn is a friendly pub with a welcoming bar, log fire and good food to go with good beer. In the summer the large beer garden is open and well behaved dogs on a lead are welcome throughout the pub. The Star Inn was first documented as the Royal Oak in 1794, the first landlord was Josiah Watts 1794 – 1808. Robert Stoate closed and reopened the pub during 1825 as the Star Inn. During it’s history the pub was owned by the Egremont trustees in the 1870’s then the Wyndham Estate in the 1890’s. The Star Inn is situated next to a babbling brook and you can always hear the sea from the pub.”
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent
Terrasse
$
“The Watchet Boat Museum is home to the largest collection of Flatner boats in the world. These traditional boats, popularly known as 'flatties', where used along the shore of the Bristol Channel, where the shallow water would expose a large expanse of mud flat at low tide. To navigate these shallow waters a flatner boat did not use a keel and had a bow at each end. Watchet fishermen would take their flatner boats out when the tide was at its highest but they always followed the course of channels to minimise the chance of being stranded on the flats when the tide receded. The star exhibit is the last known example of a sea-going flatner boat. In addition to flatner boats the museum houses boats made to transport cut and dried blocks of peat to market.”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Grocery or Supermarket
Restaurant
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Meal Takeaway
$
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Route
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Point of Interest
  • 1 personne du coin recommande

Meilleurs restaurants

Restaurant
“Awesome Indian Restaurant just at the bottom of the street. Lovely for it's gorgeous authentic cuisine and friendly staff. Eat in or bring a takeaway back to the cottage to eat by the fire, or in the dining room..”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent
Fish & chips
“If you don't fancy cooking and are on your way back from exploring this place serves great fish and chips and pizza!”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“This has changed hands several times in the last 10 years. It was a farm when i arrived and sometimes the cows would tumble down the cliff to arrive safely on the beach until they were brought back to their field!! Now in local hands again it is a small animal visitors farm with free of charge entry. There is a large ‘ham and chips’ cafe and roast dinner on a Sunday. Have a coffee and just enjoy the views over the Jurassic coastline to South Wales and beyond to the Severn Bridge on a good clear day. Visiting the animals is free and they sometimes have a car boot sale. The best bit is the car park as the local public one has now been closed due to the cliff erosion. Park here, have a cup of coffee and then spend a glorious half hour to a few hours walking along Helwell Beach finding fossils in amongst the shale or the super large ones sited in the cliff. For guiding to where they are I’ll give you some tips. Five minutes away in the car or 20-30 minutes walk.”
  • 4 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
“The Star Inn is a friendly pub with a welcoming bar, log fire and good food to go with good beer. In the summer the large beer garden is open and well behaved dogs on a lead are welcome throughout the pub. The Star Inn was first documented as the Royal Oak in 1794, the first landlord was Josiah Watts 1794 – 1808. Robert Stoate closed and reopened the pub during 1825 as the Star Inn. During it’s history the pub was owned by the Egremont trustees in the 1870’s then the Wyndham Estate in the 1890’s. The Star Inn is situated next to a babbling brook and you can always hear the sea from the pub.”
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent
Meal Takeaway
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Meal Takeaway
  • 1 personne du coin recommande

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