Things to do in and around Weston-Super-Mare
Beverley Guest House is excellently situated to enjoy all the delights of Weston-super-mare or to venture further afield and enjoy the surrounding towns and countryside
Enjoy a day at the beach: take a walk along the three miles of sandy beach; relax in the sun; make sandcastles; visit the summer sand sculptures; enjoy some watersports; potter around in the rock pools at Marine cove or take a ride on a Weston donkey.
Visit the Grand Pier with its traditional end of the pier rides and activities including a vertical drop ride; ghost train; karting track; 4D cinema; and variety of food and drink delights.
Take a look at the range of sea creatures at the Seaquarium – from rays and sharks to crabs and octopus.
Take a walk in Grove Park and visit the Jill Dando memorial garden; marvel at the floral displays and enjoy the free bandstand concerts throughout the summer.
Enjoy a little retail therapy on Weston High Street and the Sovereign Shopping Centre with its mix of big high street names and independent traders.
Take a boat trip to the nearby islands of Flat Holm and Steep Holm or cruise alomg the Bristol Channel.
You can also visit the Old Town Quarry nature reserve, cafe and art gallery, enjoy entertainment at the Winter Gardens, visit Weston Museum, have fun at the seafront childrens water park and crazy golf... and so much more!
Things to see and do a little further afield
Enjoy a day out at Cheddar Gorge, where you can marvel at the stunning gorge, explore the amazing caves and see real cheddar cheese being made!
Visit the witch of Wookey and enjoy a tour of her famous caves. Whilst in Wookey Hole also see the life size dinosaurs, the magical mirror maze, fairy garden and the Victorian penny arcade and handmade paper mill.
Climb Glastonbury Tor and get a birds eye view of the natural beauty of the Somerset levels and it's diverse wildlife.
Enjoy a family day out at Puxton Park and Noahs Ark Zoo farm. Both offer a range of family activities with animals to feed, play areas to explore and special events
Take a trip to the medieval city of Wells, Englands smallest city. Visit the magnificent Cathedral with the oldest working mechanical clock in the world, see the swans ring the bell for food at the Bishops Palace or potter around the traditional markets held in the market place on Wednesday and Saturdays.
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Visit Tyntesfield, a beautiful stately home, a short drive from Weston. This National Trust-run little gem is set in 500 acres of immaculate gardens and was recently restored at a cost of £10 million.
And don't forget ! - just down the coast from Weston is Brean Leisure Park, the areas biggest outdoor funfair - with rides for all ages!