Welcome to the Old Farmhouse located in the town of Nailsea, 8 miles South West of Bristol. Our pub is traditional and friendly and boasts character and charm, in a fabulous setting. We look forward to welcoming you to our lovely pub soon!

Wes & Becci


Located in the town of Nailsea off Trendlewood Way and only a short half mile walk from Nailsea and Backwell train station, our pub is ideal for exploring the local area and in particular nearby local attractions including Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, Tyntesfield National Trust Victorian Gothic Revival House and Clevedon Pier. We have a large car park with disabled spaces at the front of the pub and are well connected for both Bristol and Bristol Airport.

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About Our Pub

The Old Farmhouse is located in Nailsea, Somerset, formerly a major glassmaking centre, alongside other important industries including coal mining, tanning, cider making and of course agriculture.

A 17th century former farmhouse, the pub has been a Grade II listed building since 1952 and has been operating as a traditional family pub since 1986. Prior to this, it was known as East End Farm, which was brought at auction in 1945 and used as a dairy farm by a family who resided here until they sold it to a building company in 1984, who subsequently sold it on to Hall & Woodhouse.

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