The surrounding countryside offers a whole host of extra pursuits too from golfing, walking and riding, to sailing and fishing.
When it’s time to relax, why not head off to the enchanting Cadbury House Hotel nearby? Here, you can enjoy a meal in the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill or wind down in the luxurious spa.
Families buying a new home at Chestnut Park will find Yatton a pretty, friendly and community-focused place where families are welcome and there’s plenty to see and do all year round.
In May, there is a popular Music Festival and another regular event is the Yatton Junior School fete with entertainment for the whole family. The Horticultural Society holds a summer show every year too and in November, there are bonfires and firework displays
If you feel like venturing further afield, why not join one of Yatton’s three ‘Round’ walks, or cycle along the historic Strawberry Line? The former railway line is named after the tasty cargo it carried from the strawberry fields on the slopes of the Mendips near Cheddar and takes you through the flat marshes and apple orchards around Yatton, to historic Axbridge and the world-famous Cheddar Gorge.
Other nearby attractions include historic Clevedon Court, the North Somerset Butterfly House, Noah’s Ark Zoo and, of course, the endless sandy beaches at Weston-Super-Mare.
Eating and Drinking
Whatever your tastes, there’s something for everyone in and around Yatton, from the 16th century Market Inn, to The Bistro and the historic Butcher’s Arms pub. This is the oldest building in Yatton, playing host to the stone-masons who built the 12th century church of St Mary. There are also a couple of take-away restaurants in the village.
For something really special, there are a couple of notable eateries that are well worth a visit, including the Michelin-starred Pony and Trap in nearby Chew Magna around 12 miles away, and Casamia and Wilks Restaurant in Bristol – just half an hour’s drive away.
Made in North Somerset is a fabulous three-week Festival that showcases some of the best locally-produced food, drinks and other produce. With a huge variety of events and attractions to appeal to everyone, it’s one of the area’s most popular autumn festivals.
The Playhouse Theatre,
Weston super Mare,
Noah's Ark Zoo Farm
Portishead open-air pool
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