Ebdon Arms (Somerset) Reviews
Description:Address: Lilac Way / Wick St. Lawrence / Weston-Super-Mare / Somerset / BS22 9WE / England / Tel: 01934 513005
Newest Review: ... by the exterior of this pub. Lots and lots of parking to behind the pub, it's off road and situated by a posh looking hairdressers and the area is just green and clean. The pub was a large brick one level building with flowers outside and set in like a courtyard setting. Double doors allowed wheelchair access and once inside the place was really pretty and open and light! Large bar, well ... more
Customer Ebdon Arms (Somerset) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/02/10, updated on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Whilst me and my mate stayed in Weston-Super-Mare in a caravan over the New Year one thing we hated doing was cooking all the time in a confined space and with four dogs running around us. For the majority of the time we actually ate at the pub my best mate runs which was fabulous but on a couple of occasions we wanted to just go out on our own for a little while and investigate the surrounding areas of where we were staying and have a good private gossip about things lol! The Place: Ebdon Arms Lilac Way, Wick St Lawrence, Weston Super Mare, Somerset, BS22 9WE Tel: 08721 077 077 We came across this ... Read the complete review
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