Clutton Activities and Things to Do
Clutton is the ideal place to get away from it all because it is so tranquil. This is a small village in the Somerset countryside ideally suited to those who like to be outdoors exploring the countryside.
Getting to Clutton
Clutton is in North East Somerset and just off the A37 south of Bristol. It is a short drive from Bristol City Centre and the nearest town is Midsomer Norton where there is a bus route to Clutton. Bristol Airport is just a few miles away.
What’s on and Where to Go
Clutton might be small but it is right in the middle of the Chew Valley with good walking and cycling. Just outside Clutton is Highbury Hill which is the site of an Iron Age Hill fort. Clutton was once at the heart of the coal mining industry in North East Somerset so there is an industrial heritage here. Nearby Midsomer Norton has regular music concerts.
Clutton has some interesting things to do in and around the village.
Apart from walking around Highbury Hill there are miles of interesting footpaths in the area. The Three peaks walk covers Chew Magna, Pensford and Clutton, and the Limestone Link in the Mendips is popular.
Chew Valley Lake is nearby which is popular with cyclists and runners as well as bird watchers.
Cheddar Gorge is a major attraction near Clutton and famed for its climbing and walking as well as the incredible views.
Clutton is a quiet place of an evening but there are some good places to enjoy a meal and a drink. The Railway Inn is popular and even has skittles. Mezze at the Warwick Arms is another good place to dine out and relax. On Clutton Hill the Hunters Rest is another great place to get a good meal.