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The Nut Tree Inn, Weston Super Mare - pub details

Nut Tree Inn
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Address: 34 Ebdon Road, Weston Super Mare, Somerset, BS22 6UN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24401) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Worle (0.9 miles), Weston Milton (1.5 miles), Weston-super-mare (2.7 miles)

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user reviews of the Nut Tree Inn, Weston Super Mare

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A good sized pub on a corner plot, it has a certain rustic charm inside and manages to cater for both drinkers and diners.

The main bar is an L-shape room with a mixture of wood strip and tiling on the floor, some of it an attractive slate. Decor wise it’s quite traditional, with rough cream plasterwork on the walls and in some places some khaki green wood panelling down below. There were plenty of old black and white photos of the local area and a small bookshelf with some very old looking books. A plasma was up in one corner although this was not is use on our visit, and there were a couple of old brick fire-places with wood burning stoves and plenty of copper pans. One of these had several leather armchairs in front of it which looked to be a cosy spot, although this was somewhat marred by the stainless steel carvery counter right next to them.

An arched doorway led through to a restaurant area, and there were also a couple of arched windows looking in to this, which I suppose at one time would have been the outside wall of the pub. I didn’t check the menu but there were a number of people dining. Blackboards listed a lunchtime light snack menu as well as a Sunday roast for £7.95.

Beers on tap were Spitfire, Tribute, Courage Best and Bombardier. Ciders were Symonds Founders Reserve and Scrumpy Jack.
Blackthorn - 11 Jan 2013 11:00
Very busy when i popped in at half four on a thurs afternoon with people stuffing their faces with carvery! It was a gorgeous sunny day though so i opted for a well kept pint of Marston's "Merrie Monk" in the nice beer garden, 7/10
fat_beer_badger - 21 May 2010 14:52
great local pub
lizzylou21 - 9 Apr 2007 12:27

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