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Tel code: 01278 | code search
Postcode: TA8 | code search
Population: 600
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Brean Leisure Park Outdoor and Car Boot
"I made a visit to this market whilst taking a short weekend break. There is a store which i think is called Nick's Creations or Boutique where they sell personalised ..." More

Northam Farm Caravan & Touring Park
"a good site friendly clean and close to beach u the staff make welcome on arr ival and help full hope to have sea ..." More

Beachcomber
"The Beachcomber has a great atmosphere, everyone is really friendly and the entertainment they had is top class. Would definitely recommend, can't wait to return!

Date visited: August 2010 ..." More

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Situated on the shores of the longest and largest inlet in England's coastline is the charming Somerset village of Brean. Brean Down, some 300ft high, forms the northern boundary of the village. It juts out into the Bristol Channel and separates Brean from Weston-super-Mare. The Down at one time must have been an extension of the Mendip Hills. Signs of ancient settlement with dating back to the Stone Age have been found on the Down. Evidence of extinct Mammoths and Bison dating 10,000 years B.C. has been found as well as burial mounds from the Bronze Age. A Roman Temple dating from about 340 AD has also been excavated on the Down. Four acres of Brean Down were requisitioned in 1862 for Brean Fort. The fort was built at the time of the Napoleonic wars, but no shots were ever fired in action. Brean Down also provides a favourite walk in the area. It's a tough climb up the steps or road followed by a glorious walk along the top to the Napoleonic fort, offering views over Weston and of the islands of Steep Holm and Flat Holm. In the summer the village transforms into a tourist resort, with the beach at Brean Sands being a major attraction.

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Fun City

Camping

Northam Farm Caravan & Touring Park
Warren Farm Holiday Centre

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Seaview
Welcome Cottages

Holiday Park

John Fowler Parks

Market

Brean Leisure Park Outdoor and Car Boot

Pub and Bar

Beachcomber
The Seagull

Self-Catering

Somerset Holiday Homes

Activities

Diamond Farm River Fishing(Fishing)
Holiday Resort Unity(Fishing)
Northam Farm Caravan & Camping Park(Fishing)
Brean Land Yacht Club(Water Sports)

Places to Stay near Brean

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Yew Tree House (1.18 miles)

Yew Tree House
Yew Tree House is a refurbished part 17th Century house in Somerset, offering 4 Diamond Silver Award Bed and Breakfast accommodation throughout the year.
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Old Hall Accommodation (2.26 miles)

Old Hall Accommodation
Set in a beautiful period building in the serene village of Uphill, Old Hall Accommodation is just five minutes from Weston-super-Mare town centre yet provides a quiet haven to relax in and enjoy your time ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Weston Super Mare (Lympsham) (2.75 miles)

Premier Inn Weston Super Mare (Lympsham)
Ideally located within easy reach of the M5. For shops and local amenities Weston-Super-Mare town centre is only 4.5 miles away. Local attractions include Cheddar Gorge and Brean Leisure Park. Our Weston Super Mare (Lympsham) Premier ... More | visit website
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Beachlands Hotel (2.86 miles)

Beachlands Hotel
Family owned and managed since 1977, the four partners have a wealth of experience between them and take great pleasure in maintaining a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for all their guests in a professional manner. ... More | visit website
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Goodrington (2.97 miles)

Goodrington
Goodrington is a large Victorian house with a warm and friendly atmosphere, occupying a quiet, pleasant residential position on the south side of the town. Only a short distance to the beach, around two hundred ... More | visit website
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Algarve Guest House (3.08 miles)

Algarve Guest House
Chris and Jo welcome you to their family-run guest house, conveniently situated close to Weston-Super-Mare beach and only a short walk away from the town centre. We have five rooms available throughout the year, with ... More | visit website
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Burton Row Farmhouse (3.32 miles)

Burton Row Farmhouse

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A wisteria clad C16th Somerset longhouse on the Somerset Levels, rural but central to all the delights of Somerset and beyond, beautifully renovated to a high standard. We offer a ... More

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Willow Cottage at Poplar Farm (3.38 miles)

Willow Cottage at Poplar Farm

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Set within 60 acres of farmland backed by the Mendip Hills, just 4 miles from the vast sandy beaches at Brean and Barrow, these six charming cottages ... More

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Parasol Guest House (3.41 miles)

Parasol Guest House

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Paul and Julie own this family run guest house and are the current holders of the "weston hotels and restaurants association" quality award, the margaret holder memorial trophy 2009/2010. Our ... More

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Weston Bay Guest House (3.44 miles)

Weston Bay Guest House
The Weston Bay Hotel is a family run hotel with Mandy and Delon, the owners for the last nineteen years, aiming to provide their guests with the highest standards of service possible at all times. ... More | visit website

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