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The Red Lion

Motorhome Pub Stopover


Satnav Quick Search ID: S22948S

Bishop Sutton, Bristol, England, United Kingdom, BS39 5UT

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01275 333042

Open from Jan to Dec

The Red Lion is a cosy welcoming pub situated in Bishop Sutton, a small village in the spectacular Chew Valley.
The Red Lion boasts a large beer garden, a Boules Court and it is family and dog friendly. You will be greeted by friendly bar staff, a broad selection of fine draught and Cask Masque accredited ales. We also have a fine range of Thatchers ciders!
In the winter months, relax by our roaring fire. In the warmer months, take advantage of our lovely beer garden!
Our award winning head chef, Scott Lucas, brings many years of culinary excellence producing fresh cooking with food sourced from local farms and suppliers. You will find your favourite pub classics alongside our fantastic daily changing specials.
Please phone ahead.




67m above sea level

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Review by: primrosemary
Visit date: Apr 2017
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
Pulled in here on Saturday evening. Already a large motorhome parked up. Were told there was only room for this one as they had music on in the evening and would need all the parking space. In my opinion the car park isn't that big and would not cater for the 5 units as stated and there would only be 2 level parts. Also beware the slope in entry. Maybe best in you are heading that way to phone ahead. Understandably I have not supplied correct ratings as we were unable to stay.
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