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Best things to do in Bradford-on-Avon

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Restaurant
“Relaxed pub/restaurant with great food, right next to the river which makes it very popular in the summer. ”
14local recommendations
Bar
“The food is really good, it has a lovely atmosphere and is in a beautiful building”
13local recommendations
Grocery or Supermarket
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“It's only 7 minutes by car - parking is easy and they stock everything you could want. ”
8local recommendations
Bar
“This is my favourite local around the corner, I pop into for Breakfast, lunch or dinner, or just a bottle of prosecco half price on a Thursday evening...fabulous garden and outside eating area. The food is a mixture of fab home cooked food with a great selection of local Beers, wines and coffee's. They even sell our outstanding local homemade fudge in bags to sneak home with. ”
9local recommendations
Establishment
“This area is great for a country walk along the River Avon and to soak up the local history alongside some great little craft shops and a café.”
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Pub
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“Great breakfasts (as well as a huge range of other food), available all day. Charming spot by the weir/canal in Bradford-on-Avon.”
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Cafe
“Bradford-On-Avon has the most wonderful Bridge Tea Rooms - great for a light lunch or even better full afternoon tea (or coffee) - Highly Recommended. ”
5local recommendations
Restaurant
“Lovely old pub in Bradford on Avon serving a wide range of good food, cooked on the premises. Great puddings!”
7local recommendations
Bicycle Store
“You can get the train there and back if no car, walk out of station to the back of the car park take the footpath left and through the park passing the Tithe Barn along the canal turning left or road.”
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Establishment
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Train Station
“Nice place to visit locally. Has a few quirky shops but would mainly recommend for a walk along the canal and then a bite to eat. A favourite of mine is parking in the station car park and walking through the park and along the canal to the cross guns at Avoncliffe. Dog friendly nice food and a nice walk roughly 30 minutes there and 30 minutes back mainly flat. ”
38local recommendations
Italian Restaurant
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“Italian restaurant with high-quality menu using traditional techniques and locally sources ingredients in the historic centre of Bradford-on-Avon (easy walking distance from train station). Booking a table in advance recommended, because it's very popular (even on weekday evenings).”
5local recommendations
Bar
“Lovely country pub with a super open fire and warm welcome from the landlords. Great home cooking.”
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Restaurant
“Award-winning Head Chef Marc Salmon brings a strong Mediterranean influence to his modern British cuisine. Pricey but also quite special, set in one of BoA's most iconic buildings, superb wine list.”
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Park
“Worth a visit in its own right, and if you have children they will love the two parks. There is also a gift shop, and a small car park. You can walk along the river from St Margaret's Hall.”
4local recommendations
Restaurant
“Great little restaurant in the heart of Bradford on Avon - worth booking at the weekends.”
5local recommendations