The Bridge Inn

Address: North End Road, Yatton, Somerset, England, BS49 4AU, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on North End Road, Yatton, is near West Somerset Railway, University of Bristol Botanic Gardens, Kingston Bridge, and St Mark's Church.
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          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Bridge Inn Yatton

          3.00 of 5 stars Good

          Travel Blogs from Yatton

          How did I manage to make it to adulthood?

          A travel blog entry by michaelparsons on Nov 05, 2015

          ... accommodation voucher and driving reference in separate poly pockets, arranged chronologically in one slim, professional-looking file. All for nothing. Because I left it there. On the chair. Eighty miles away at this point. Nothing like a sudden drama to make you reconsider whether it's safe for you to travel halfway across the planet without a ...

          Final flight home

          A travel blog entry by postcardtohome on Nov 03, 2015

          1 photo

          ... hour flight, but it was probably the best flight I've ever had! Once we landed, it took forever to get through passport control, but once I was through I collected my bag almost immediately and made my way through to arrivals. I saw mum, gave her a big hug and started to cry! It was so good to see her and I was happy to be home, despite leaving all the adventure ...

          Finally, a castle

          A travel blog entry by arne_yveline on Nov 02, 2015

          2 photos

          ... birds and squirrels above the doorways, and again in the library, where the doors were framed with insanely detailed woodcuttings of trees and leaves in which you could spot mice, lizards, frogs, so very many birds… and oh yes, there were books there too. I think.

          The reconstructed roman wall was in itself an odd experience. Hollow all the way through, it stopped being just a wall during the war, when the Bute family cut out doorways so people on ...

          Day Fifty One (25 miles....966.52)

          A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Aug 04, 2014

          1 comment, 5 photos

          We woke to find that Lorna was already up and our breakfast already being cooked. She's our first hostess who's actually been ahead of us and as a result we were walking just after 7.30am as we knew we had a long day ahead of us. We started off along the Severn Way, walking alongside the estuary. Both bridges were in view. They look majestic but the noise of the traffic would drive me crazy. The tide was right out, mudflats fully ...

          Bath: the final bells and balls

          A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 30, 2014

          5 comments, 18 photos

          ... that he would join me in forty-five minutes to show me some things that might interest me. During that forty-five minutes I wandered around the old Abbey church and grounds. Unlike some of the posh cathedrals I have seen, this one is clearly in need of some financial support. Unlike the rest of the village, this set of buildings appears to have been made from Bath stone which requires regular cleaning or it blackens. I also saw signs of leaks in the roof and joints that need ...