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ADVERTISING FEATURE FOOD & DRINK


A rural respite in Portbury


THIS 19TH CENTURY PUB IS A LOCAL LANDMARK, WITH SEASONAL PUB FARE AND A RICH HISTORY


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he Priory in Portbury is a country pub and restaurant oozing rural charm and rustic character. Our picturesque surroundings provide the


perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on our menu and the carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines gracing our bar.


Book a table and enjoy a spot by our roaring log-fire, or make the best of the British summertime by eating alfresco in our pretty beer garden.


Constructed in 1822 and originally called the Priory Hotel, this building has spent all


its life serving food and drink and some of it saving lives. Underground passages have been found which link the Priory Hotel to Portbury Monastery, suggesting that the monks would have used the premises to hide from persecution. The Priory is a landmark for travellers from


Bristol, the M5 and beyond. A footpath from Prior’s Wood passes the pub to The Mount and Windmill Hill – the bluebells in the wood are quite spectacular in bloom. Go online to book a table, view our menus and sign up to our newsletter to receive great offers at: www.vintageinn.co.uk/theprioryportbury CL


Station Road Portbury


Bristol BS20 7TN Tel: 01275 376307


www.vintageinn.co.uk/ theprioryportbury @ThePrioryVI


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