Portishead Marina
Portishead Marina
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North Somerset, England
Berth Characteristics
  • berths
  • Max Length 60 m
  • Max Draught 5 m
Radio Channel

You can reach Portishead by calling VHF80.

Portishead Marina is located in the town of Portishead, the North Somertset region, on the Bristol Channel and it has some of the best marina facilities in the South-Western region. Portishead is only 6 miles away from Bristol and 110 miles away from London and on a clear and sunny day you can actua

Facilities of Portishead

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  • Electricity
  • Dressing rooms
  • Market
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Berth prices updated for 2021

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The neighborhood

Portishead is located in North Somerset.

North Somerset is located in South Western England, and it has an area of approximately 145 square miles. Traditionally, the region is known for its agriculture, sheep raising and dairy farming based economy. It was only in the Georgian era that the tourism became significant. The coastal towns were and still are, in the present day, the main attractions for tourists all over the world. They want to enjoy a quiet and relaxing holiday while connecting with nature and learning interesting facts about the local culture.

Looking for a place for a perfect holiday in dear old England? Look no further! This is the place that combines good food and drinks, sleepy lovely towns, peaceful countryside, breathtaking beaches and landscapes that will make you feel alive. If you are planning a getaway in September, don’t miss out on the “Made in North Somerset Festival”. The purpose of the event is to raise awareness of the local high-quality products and to encourage people to support the local businesses. You have three weeks to discover all the goodies: food, art and crafts. One of the most special tourist attractions is the North Somerset Butterfly House. It is open from spring until autumn, and it is simply a small paradise. The butterfly jungle is a place where you can learn a lot of cool stuff about the tropical wildlife and on special days, kids can get funny face paintings.

There are plenty accommodation units, which are more than likely to meet your greatest expectations. It only depends on the manner in which you would like to spend your holiday: in a luxurious hotel, a traditional inn or a cozy bed & breakfast. Here are the top places you should consider booking: The Bristol Hotel, Premier Inn Weston-Super-Mare, Commodore Hotel, DoubleTree by Hilton, Wookey Hole Hotel. You may also want to check out Cabot Court Hotel, The Beeches, Algarve Guest House, Winford Mannor Hotel and Penscot Inn.

Making a list of the tourist attractions you needn’t miss? The SeaQuarium is situated on the Weston-super-Mare seafront. It has a pier, and it is a perfect location to spend quality time, no matter what your age is. It displays a series of species, categorized into ten areas. The aquarium sums up about 30 exhibits; one of them is the Tropical Reef zone. The Grand Pier is an amusement theme park, open for business every day. Regardless of the weather, it is a place for fun, fun, fun. What will it be? Take your pick: karts, simulators, the crazy circus, 4D cinema, house of horrors, laser maze, mirrors room and a prize shop. Last, but not least, Puxton Park is a place where you will discover all the connections between farming and food. It is a 70 acre farm that allows you to get a closer look and the countryside. You can see livestock, learn about how crops are grown and what to use them for and understand how important conservation is.

If you are into history and visiting archeological sites, set your coordinates on the next places: Dunster Castle, built in the beautiful Victorian architecture style, Stoke-sub-Hamton Priory. Also, check out Glastonbury Abbey or the Wells Cathedral, “the most poetic of the English cathedrals”. How about a small incursion in time and discovering some fact about the local folklore? North Somerset abounds in stories, legends and myths. Learn the truth about the dancers of Stanton Drew, the legend of the Wookey Witch or the haunting of Molly, the tea lady. In the end, you know you have to buy stuff to take with you back home. Whether it’s about souvenirs, artisanal craft or local delicacies, know where to do your shopping. Pick your favourite Cheddar Cheese and watch the cheese masters as they make it. Taste some goat cheese made at the famous Capricorn factory or buy lavender scented products to freshen your home, made by the people who grow it themselves.

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