Places to Eat

Places to Eat around Cheddar

Cheddar has a variety of pubs and restaurants, all within walking distance from Hanam Manor. We are happy to make reservations on your behalf. Here is a list of some that are available.

Rasoi (Indian)
The Cliffs, Cheddar BS27 3QA 01934 744230

La Rocca (Italian)
The Cliffs, Cheddar BS27 3QE 01934 743782

Franks Restaurant
The Bays, Cheddar BS27 3QL 01934 742761

Zen Thai Restaurant
The Cliffs, Cheddar BS27 3QA 01934 740444

Riverside Chinese Restaurant
The Cliffs, Cheddar BS27 3QA 01934 743958

Riverside Inn and Restaurant
The Cliffs, Cheddar BS27 3PX 01934 742452

We can recommend other places if you wish to venture further afield.

Please note that Rasoi is a “Bring Your Own Alcohol” establishment

Places to See

Places to visit in and around the area

Cheddar is nestled in the Mendip Hills and is world famous for its Gorge, Caves and, of course, its cheese. It is an ideal area for walking, cycling or just relaxing. We are within easy reach of Bath, Wells, Glastonbury and not forgetting Clark’s Village in Street or the Mall at Cribbs Causeway, Bristol for those who like to shop.

For those with their own transport we are only 20 minutes from Bristol International Airport and are very close to the M5 motorway. There is a bus service available or a taxi service can be arranged if required.

In the Oak room, we have provided a variety of leaflets for various days out and attractions.

Other points of interest local to us include:

  • Bath Roman Baths and Spa
  • Bath Royal Theatre
  • Glastonbury Tor and Abbey
  • Wells Cathedral and Markets
  • Weston-Super-Mare Helicopter Museum
  • Longleat Safari Park and House
  • Museum of Somerset
  • Clevedon Pier
  • Portishead Marina
  • Wilkins Cider Farm
  • North Somerset Butterfly House
  • Weston Pier
  • Bristol Zoo and Gardens

About Hanam Manor B&B

About Hanam Manor B&B

Hanam Manor is a beautiful Grade II Listed Manor House located in the centre of Cheddar, within walking distance of all the attractions Cheddar has to offer, including a good choice of eateries and pubs.

The original part of the house was built in the 13th century, close to the ruins of the Anglo-Saxon chapel of St Columbanus, and the excavated site of the Royal Palace.

The house has been sympathetically renovated to preserve its historic character whilst incorporating modern facilities.

We currently offer two bedrooms for Bed and Breakfast.