The Green Man, Bradwell Waterside

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Bradwell Waterside is a curious little place - at a remote point of a remote, and rather desolately beautiful peninsular, favoured by yachters, birdwatchers, and those visiting the oldest place of Christian worship in regular use in England, a couple of miles around the coast; in all somewhere that feels a lot further than 55 miles from the centre of London. The nearby nuclear power station having fallen, possibly temporarily, into disuse, this fine old inn (with bed and breakfast available) has only a few scattered buildings, a marina, and a mobile home site for company nearby. But, still, and despite all of that, it is just the sort of place that gets the English country pub a good name. A friendly welcome awaits, as does good food (both of the baguette or sandwich snack type, and the more substantial meal, with something of an emphasis on fish), and a fine choice of real ales too, including Adnam's. Exposed oak beams, whitewashed walls and an open fireplace all add to the character. This place is relatively remote, but finding a pub like this when you get there makes the journey worthwhile.
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Bradwell Waterside, Bradwell Waterside, Bradwell Waterside, Essex, CM0 7QX
01621 776226
Opening times
Mon-Fri 12:00-15:00 17:00-23:00 Food served 12:00-14:30 19:00-21:00
Sat 12:00-23:00 Food served 12:00-15:00 18:30-21:30
Sun 12:00-22:30 Food served 12:00-15:00 18:30-21:00
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