BabyBreaks has researched the best places to eat with your children in Somerset so you can plan your mealtimes with ease.

1. The Firehouse, Curry Rivel

This chilled out restaurant and bar won The Best Newcomer Pub 2017 at The John Smiths Great British Pub Awards, and has gained a loyal following amongst local families for its fantastic pizza and welcoming vibe. Choose from authentic, fresh toppings for your dough, or pick one of the light alternative mains, all with a Mediterranean twist. They also do takeaway pizza, if you’re in a hurry for the kids bedtime.

Address: Church St, Curry Rivel, Langport TA10 0HE

Phone: 01458 887447

Website: www.thefirehousesomerset.co.uk

Source: The Firehouse

2. Kitchen at The Wharf

A good place to stop after walking the River Parrett Trail, this stylish eatery has a River cottage trained chef at its helm, serving freshly-made, simple tasty food and great coffee and cakes in a welcoming informal atmosphere. Children, dogs and cyclists are all welcome: there is a toy box, doggy treats and a bicycle repair kit!

Enjoy your meal on the riverside terrace or in the light and airy surroundings of this historic wharf building,

Address: Great Bow Yard, Langport TA10 9PN

Phone: 01458 254354

Website: www.kitchenlangport.co.uk

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3. Bistrot Pierre, Weston-super-Mare

If you are staying in Weston-super-Mare, Bistrot Pierre is a fab choice for a relaxed lunch or early dinner with the kids. Enjoy panoramic views across the beach and the Grand Pier, as your tuck into French-influenced classics like Steak Frites, baked Camembert and Spring Risotto.

The children’s menu is also excellent value at £6.95 for a main, dessert and drink. A great venue among our places to eat with kids in Somerset.

Address: Princes Royal Square, Beach Rd, Weston-super-Mare. BS23 1AT

Phone: 01934 643972

Website: www.bistrotpierre.co.uk

4. Tarr Farm Inn, Dulverton

On one hand, set in 40 acres of land, this 16th century inn is surrounded by the stunning scenery of Exmoor National Park. Children and dogs are welcome at lunchtime (dinner is a little more formal), when you can make the most of the outdoor seating area right by the river.

On the other hand, listed as one of the Top 50 gastropubs in the UK 2017 (The Times), you can expect to be wowed by the seasonal, locally sourced food here. There is no children’s menu. but the kitchen will happily make up child-size portions of the main menu dishes on request.

Address: Tarr Steps Farm, Dulverton TA22 9PY

Phone: 01643 851507

Website: www.tarrfarm.co.uk

Source: Tarr Farm Inn

5. Tiffin at The Pier, Clevedon

Just up the coast from popular holiday spot Weston-super-Mare, this restaurant is located at the end of the pier in the charming seaside town of Clevedon .

The kids will love the fish and chips served in boat-shaped trays, whilst parents can choose from Somerset bacon and cider mussels or Bermudan fish chowder. Make sure you save room for one of the decadent “Naughty Corner” desserts – the Sticky Ginger and Carrot Cake is divine!

Address: The Pier, Clevedon BS21 7QR

Phone: 01275 872425

Website: www.tiffingroup.com/the-pier-clevedon/

In conclusion, visiting Somerset with the kids is a great opportunity for a Family Holiday. The county features great places to eat, indoor attractions for young children and last but not least a great selection of family hotels and rentals.

So if you are looking to be inspired to visit Somerset for your next family weekend, just visit our different Somerset pages to find what this destination has to offer.

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