Chew Valley Lake

I love this time of year, when spring is here with its colours and birds and when I get to go out on lovely walks in the countryside.

The British countryside is very beautiful (Since it rains most of the time).

Lately, thanks to some of my good friends, I discovered Chew Valley Lake which is a fake lake. It is a large reservoir, the fifth largest artificial lake in the UK.

Fake or not, the scenery is beautiful and you can have a lovely walk around it followed by a yummy lunch in the Fish cafe by the waterside, it’s called Salt & Malt and I can confirm they have one the best fish & chips I ever had.

The lake is located in Chew Valley (No kidding!) in Somerset not very far from Bristol, I believe it took us around 30 minutes if not less to drive there.

Yours truly,

the traveller inside me

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