Pensford, Bristol, United Kingdom Accommodations

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Accommodations in Pensford

Home/Apartment
Excellent
21 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThe accommodation offers one double bedroom with en-suite bathroom. There is a very large sitting room with a television and traditional marble surround fireplace. The kitchen is well-equipped with electric hob and oven, dishwasher, fridge and microwave. Outside are well established grounds with a number of seating areas including a summer house overlooking the wildlife pond and a traditional walled garden with orangery. The owners will give guidance on the grounds upon your arrival. The Grange is perfect for birdwatchers, walkers, cyclists and those who love the countryside. Guest AccessGuests are free to walk in the grounds and to come and go from the self-contained East Wing. Interaction with GuestsThe property offers wonderful privacy and is perfect for those looking to remove themselves from the hustle and bustle of today's busy lifestyle. Luxury hampers can be provided at an extra cost, please contact the owners for details. The NeighborhoodThe multi award winning village of Chew Magna is just two miles away, with gastro pubs and a Michelin starred restaurant. The Chew Valley is unique in the West Country with some 35,000 acres of unspoilt and protected countryside, including Chew Valley Lake which is a ‘Dedicated Site of Scientific interest’. There are pubs and a shop within easy walking distance. Getting AroundThe property is a wonderful base for those wishing to enjoy both town and country. The peaceful hamlet of Belluton gives easy access to the A37 and to the historic cities of Bristol, Bath and Wells, with their wealth of cultural activities, and world class shopping. The 376 bus goes directly from Bristol Temple Meads to within a five minute walk of the property.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpacePlease note for bookings including Sundays, there is a minimum stay of 4 nights. We apologise for any inconvenience. Combining 19th Century charm with 21st Century ameneties, Summerhouse with its beams and exposed stone walls is enfolded by a large garden with a tree-lined driveway and a summerhouse with grand views of the Pensford viaduct, an English Heritage site set in the Chew Valley. When you arrive, you can unwind by watching buzzards circling over the valley or the green woodpeckers in the garden, chill out in our Summerhouse or take a dip in our luxurious indoor pool. You may wish to plan your stay using our books and maps. In the evening, just sit and enjoy watching deer munching on our home grown vegetables. Centrally situated for visiting Bath, Wells, Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills, our B&B is ideal for exploring this beautiful area. There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones. This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells. Guest AccessThere is a heated indoor swimming pool with exerciser jet, jacuzzi hot tub, water rower, CD sound system, steam shower, fluffy towels, robes and slippers free for our guests to book. The room has a silent mini-fridge with complimentary still & sparkling waters and a jug of fresh organic milk for tea or coffee. There is a tea tray for an assortment of teas and a cafetière for coffee. Each room has a freeview flat screen television with DVD player & USB port, two fluffy dressing gowns, free Wi-Fi Internet access and a hairdryer as well as a few books. There is an en-suite bathroom with a powerful shower, luxurious bath and a heated towel rail, plenty of fluffy towels (hand, bath and bath sheet), environmentally friendly luxury toiletries including soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower and bath gel, handwash, cotton wool pads and face cloths. The dining room has a sofa set where you are welcome to sit and enjoy the panoramic views of the valley through our wrap-around windows. There is a selection of maps, walking guides, activity leaflets and a few guide books for you to plan your perfect day. Should you require an iron and an ironing board or if you have forgotten some vital item, ask Magda and she will do her best to help you. Interaction with GuestsWe welcome all our guests with tea & coffee, homemade cake & biscuits. After the welcome, we give all our guests as much privacy as they desire. The NeighborhoodWe are centrally situated in the Chew Valley, with easy access to its numerous picturesque villages, where guests can find plenty of highly rated pubs & restaurants. We are also well positioned to access cosmopolitan Bristol, with its thriving waterfront and cultural highlights such as the Hippodrome theatre and the Proms season at the Old Vic. There is historic Bath & Wells and their local points of interest such as Bath Abbey, The Pump Room and the Roman Baths, not forgetting the fantastic ancient clock in Wells Cathedral and the Bishops Palace with its moat and majestic swans. There are many local markets, the Bristol Slow Market on the first Sunday of every month, the local Chew Magna W.I. Market on a Friday morning, the Bath Farmers' Market on Saturdsay mornings and Wells market which happens twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The renowned Cheddar Gorge is a short distance away offering spectacular views of mountain goats and Soay sheep on its precipitous slopes. Those who are more adventerous can explore the caves of Wookey Hole, go for a glider flight, dodge paintballs, ride quad bikes, go sailing or fishing at Chew Lake, golfing, skiing/snowboarding, clay pigeon shooting or go-karting.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpacePlease note for bookings including Sundays, there is a minimum stay of 4 nights. We apologise for any inconvenience. Combining 19th Century charm with 21st Century ameneties, Summerhouse with its beams and exposed stone walls is enfolded by a large garden with a tree-lined driveway and a summerhouse with grand views of the Pensford viaduct, an English Heritage site set in the Chew Valley. When you arrive, you can unwind by watching buzzards circling over the valley or the green woodpeckers in the garden, chill out in our Summerhouse or take a dip in our luxurious indoor pool. You may wish to plan your stay using our books and maps. In the evening, just sit and enjoy watching deer munching on our home grown vegetables. Centrally situated for visiting Bath, Wells, Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills, our B&B is ideal for exploring this beautiful area. There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones. This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells. Guest AccessThere is a heated indoor swimming pool with exerciser jet, jacuzzi hot tub, water rower, CD sound system, steam shower, fluffy towels, robes and slippers free for our guests to book. The room has a silent mini-fridge with complimentary still & sparkling waters and a jug of fresh organic milk for tea or coffee. There is a tea tray for an assortment of teas and a cafetière for coffee. Each room has a freeview flat screen television with DVD player & USB port, two fluffy dressing gowns, free Wi-Fi Internet access and a hairdryer as well as a few books. There is an en-suite bathroom with a powerful shower and a heated towel rail, plenty of fluffy towels (hand, bath and bath sheet), environmentally friendly luxury toiletries including soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower and bath gel, handwash, cotton wool pads and face cloths. The dining room has a sofa set where you are welcome to sit and enjoy the panoramic views of the valley through our wrap-around windows. There is a selection of maps, walking guides, activity leaflets and a few guide books for you to plan your perfect day. Should you require an iron and an ironing board or if you have forgotten some vital item, ask Magda and she will do her best to help you. Interaction with GuestsWe welcome all our guests with tea & coffee, homemade cake & biscuits. After the welcome, we give all our guests as much privacy as they desire. The NeighborhoodWe are centrally situated in the Chew Valley, with easy access to its numerous picturesque villages, where guests can find plenty of highly rated pubs & restaurants. We are also well positioned to access cosmopolitan Bristol, with its thriving waterfront and cultural highlights such as the Hippodrome theatre and the Proms season at the Old Vic. There is historic Bath & Wells and their local points of interest such as Bath Abbey, The Pump Room and the Roman Baths, not forgetting the fantastic ancient clock in Wells Cathedral and the Bishops Palace with its moat and majestic swans. There are many local markets, the Bristol Slow Market on the first Sunday of every month, the local Chew Magna W.I. Market on a Friday morning, the Bath Farmers' Market on Saturdsay mornings and Wells market which happens twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The renowned Cheddar Gorge is a short distance away offering spectacular views of mountain goats and Soay sheep on its precipitous slopes. Those who are more adventerous can explore the caves of Wookey Hole, go for a glider flight, dodge paintballs, ride quad bikes, go sailing or fishing at Chew Lake, golfing, skiing/snowboarding, clay pigeon shooting or go-karting. Getting AroundThere is a bus route (numbers 376 & 379) from the main road direct to the centre of Bristol & the railway station in one direction, and Wells in the other. Alternatively, we are more than happy to transport you to the airport, bus stop or railway station - advance notice required and this is chargeable. However, to access most of the attractions in the area, a car would be highly recommened.
b&b
1br b&b
    Please note for bookings including Sundays, there is a minimum stay of 4 nights. We apologise for any inconvenience. Combining 19th Century charm with 21st Century ameneties, Summerhouse with its beams and exposed stone walls is enfolded by a large garden with a tree-lined driveway and a summerhouse with grand views of the Pensford viaduct, an English Heritage site set in the Chew Valley. When you arrive, you can unwind by watching buzzards circling over the valley or the green woodpeckers in the garden, chill out in our Summerhouse or take a dip in our luxurious indoor pool. You may wish to plan your stay using our books and maps. In the evening, just sit and enjoy watching deer munching on our home grown vegetables. Centrally situated for visiting Bath, Wells, Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills, our B&B; is ideal for exploring this beautiful area. There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones. This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells. Guest Access There is a heated indoor swimming pool with exerciser jet, jacuzzi hot tub, water rower, CD sound system, steam shower, fluffy towels, robes and slippers free for our guests to book. The room has a silent mini-fridge with complimentary still & sparkling waters and a jug of fresh organic milk for tea or coffee. There is a tea tray for an assortment of teas and a cafetière for coffee. Each room has a freeview flat screen television with DVD player & USB port, two fluffy dressing gowns, free Wi-Fi Internet access and a hairdryer as well as a few books. There is a private bathroom with a powerful shower and a heated towel rail, plenty of fluffy towels (hand, bath and bath sheet), environmentally friendly luxury toiletries including soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower and bath gel, handwash, cotton wool pads and face cloths. The dining room has a sofa set where you are welcome to sit and enjoy the panoramic views of the valley through our wrap-around windows. There is a selection of maps, walking guides, activity leaflets and a few guide books for you to plan your perfect day. Should you require an iron and an ironing board or if you have forgotten some vital item, ask Magda and she will do her best to help you. Interaction with Guests We welcome all our guests with tea & coffee, homemade cake & biscuits. After the welcome, we give all our guests as much privacy as they desire. The Neighbourhood We are centrally situated in the Chew Valley, with easy access to its numerous picturesque villages, where guests can find plenty of highly rated pubs & restaurants. We are also well positioned to access cosmopolitan Bristol, with its thriving waterfront and cultural highlights such as the Hippodrome theatre and the Proms season at the Old Vic. There is historic Bath & Wells and their local points of interest such as Bath Abbey, The Pump Room and the Roman Baths, not forgetting the fantastic ancient clock in Wells Cathedral and the Bishops Palace with its moat and majestic swans. There are many local markets, the Bristol Slow Market on the first Sunday of every month, the local Chew Magna W.I. Market on a Friday morning, the Bath Farmers' Market on Saturdsay mornings and Wells market which happens twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The renowned Cheddar Gorge is a short distance away offering spectacular views of mountain goats and Soay sheep on its precipitous slopes. Those who are more adventerous can explore the caves of Wookey Hole, go for a glider flight, dodge paintballs, ride quad bikes, go sailing or fishing at Chew Lake, golfing, skiing/snowboarding, clay pigeon shooting or go-karting. There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones. This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells. We are centrally situated in the Chew Valley, with easy access to its numerous picturesque villages, where guests can find plenty of highly rated pubs & restaurants. We are also well positioned to access cosmopolitan Bristol, with its thriving waterfront and cultural highlights such as the Hippodrome theatre and the Proms season at the Old Vic. There is historic Bath & Wells and their local points of interest such as Bath Abbey, The Pump Room and the Roman Baths, not forgetting the fantastic ancient clock in Wells Cathedral and the Bishops Palace with its moat and majestic swans. There are many local markets, the Bristol Slow Market on the first Sunday of every month, the local Chew Magna W.I. Market on a Friday morning, the Bath Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings and Wells market which happens twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The renowned Cheddar Gorge is a short distance away offering spectacular views of mountain goats and Soay sheep on its precipitous slopes. Those who are more adventerous can explore the caves of Wookey Hole, go for a glider flight, dodge paintballs, ride quad bikes, go sailing or fishing at Chew Lake, golfing, skiing/snowboarding, clay pigeon shooting or go-karting.
    b&b
    1br b&b
      Please note for bookings including Sundays, there is a minimum stay of 4 nights. We apologise for any inconvenience. Combining 19th Century charm with 21st Century ameneties, Summerhouse with its beams and exposed stone walls is enfolded by a large garden with a tree-lined driveway and a summerhouse with grand views of the Pensford viaduct, an English Heritage site set in the Chew Valley. When you arrive, you can unwind by watching buzzards circling over the valley or the green woodpeckers in the garden, chill out in our Summerhouse or take a dip in our luxurious indoor pool. You may wish to plan your stay using our books and maps. In the evening, just sit and enjoy watching deer munching on our home grown vegetables. Centrally situated for visiting Bath, Wells, Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills, our B&B; is ideal for exploring this beautiful area. There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones. This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells. Guest Access There is a heated indoor swimming pool with exerciser jet, jacuzzi hot tub, water rower, CD sound system, steam shower, fluffy towels, robes and slippers free for our guests to book. The room has a silent mini-fridge with complimentary still & sparkling waters and a jug of fresh organic milk for tea or coffee. There is a tea tray for an assortment of teas and a cafetière for coffee. Each room has a freeview flat screen television with DVD player & USB port, two fluffy dressing gowns, free Wi-Fi Internet access and a hairdryer as well as a few books. There is a private bathroom with a powerful shower and a heated towel rail, plenty of fluffy towels (hand, bath and bath sheet), environmentally friendly luxury toiletries including soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower and bath gel, handwash, cotton wool pads and face cloths. The dining room has a sofa set where you are welcome to sit and enjoy the panoramic views of the valley through our wrap-around windows. There is a selection of maps, walking guides, activity leaflets and a few guide books for you to plan your perfect day. Should you require an iron and an ironing board or if you have forgotten some vital item, ask Magda and she will do her best to help you. Interaction with Guests We welcome all our guests with tea & coffee, homemade cake & biscuits. After the welcome, we give all our guests as much privacy as they desire. The Neighbourhood We are centrally situated in the Chew Valley, with easy access to its numerous picturesque villages, where guests can find plenty of highly rated pubs & restaurants. We are also well positioned to access cosmopolitan Bristol, with its thriving waterfront and cultural highlights such as the Hippodrome theatre and the Proms season at the Old Vic. There is historic Bath & Wells and their local points of interest such as Bath Abbey, The Pump Room and the Roman Baths, not forgetting the fantastic ancient clock in Wells Cathedral and the Bishops Palace with its moat and majestic swans. There are many local markets, the Bristol Slow Market on the first Sunday of every month, the local Chew Magna W.I. Market on a Friday morning, the Bath Farmers' Market on Saturdsay mornings and Wells market which happens twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The renowned Cheddar Gorge is a short distance away offering spectacular views of mountain goats and Soay sheep on its precipitous slopes. Those who are more adventerous can explore the caves of Wookey Hole, go for a glider flight, dodge paintballs, ride quad bikes, go sailing or fishing at Chew Lake, golfing, skiing/snowboarding, clay pigeon shooting or go-karting. There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones. This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells. We are centrally situated in the Chew Valley, with easy access to its numerous picturesque villages, where guests can find plenty of highly rated pubs & restaurants. We are also well positioned to access cosmopolitan Bristol, with its thriving waterfront and cultural highlights such as the Hippodrome theatre and the Proms season at the Old Vic. There is historic Bath & Wells and their local points of interest such as Bath Abbey, The Pump Room and the Roman Baths, not forgetting the fantastic ancient clock in Wells Cathedral and the Bishops Palace with its moat and majestic swans. There are many local markets, the Bristol Slow Market on the first Sunday of every month, the local Chew Magna W.I. Market on a Friday morning, the Bath Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings and Wells market which happens twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The renowned Cheddar Gorge is a short distance away offering spectacular views of mountain goats and Soay sheep on its precipitous slopes. Those who are more adventerous can explore the caves of Wookey Hole, go for a glider flight, dodge paintballs, ride quad bikes, go sailing or fishing at Chew Lake, golfing, skiing/snowboarding, clay pigeon shooting or go-karting.
      house
      1br house
        This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
        Bed & Breakfast
        1br Bed & Breakfast
        • Wifi
        • Breakfast
        • Parking
        • Swimming Pool
        The SpacePlease note for bookings including Sundays, there is a minimum stay of 4 nights. We apologise for any inconvenience. Combining 19th Century charm with 21st Century ameneties, Summerhouse with its beams and exposed stone walls is enfolded by a large garden with a tree-lined driveway and a summerhouse with grand views of the Pensford viaduct, an English Heritage site set in the Chew Valley. When you arrive, you can unwind by watching buzzards circling over the valley or the green woodpeckers in the garden, chill out in our Summerhouse or take a dip in our luxurious indoor pool. You may wish to plan your stay using our books and maps. In the evening, just sit and enjoy watching deer munching on our home grown vegetables. Centrally situated for visiting Bath, Wells, Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills, our B&B is ideal for exploring this beautiful area. There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones. This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells. Guest AccessThere is a heated indoor swimming pool with exerciser jet, jacuzzi hot tub, water rower, CD sound system, steam shower, fluffy towels, robes and slippers free for our guests to book. The room has a silent mini-fridge with complimentary still & sparkling waters and a jug of fresh organic milk for tea or coffee. There is a tea tray for an assortment of teas and a cafetière for coffee. Each room has a freeview flat screen television with DVD player & USB port, two fluffy dressing gowns, free Wi-Fi Internet access and a hairdryer as well as a few books. There is a private bathroom with a powerful shower and a heated towel rail, plenty of fluffy towels (hand, bath and bath sheet), environmentally friendly luxury toiletries including soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower and bath gel, handwash, cotton wool pads and face cloths. The dining room has a sofa set where you are welcome to sit and enjoy the panoramic views of the valley through our wrap-around windows. There is a selection of maps, walking guides, activity leaflets and a few guide books for you to plan your perfect day. Should you require an iron and an ironing board or if you have forgotten some vital item, ask Magda and she will do her best to help you. Interaction with GuestsWe welcome all our guests with tea & coffee, homemade cake & biscuits. After the welcome, we give all our guests as much privacy as they desire. The NeighborhoodWe are centrally situated in the Chew Valley, with easy access to its numerous picturesque villages, where guests can find plenty of highly rated pubs & restaurants. We are also well positioned to access cosmopolitan Bristol, with its thriving waterfront and cultural highlights such as the Hippodrome theatre and the Proms season at the Old Vic. There is historic Bath & Wells and their local points of interest such as Bath Abbey, The Pump Room and the Roman Baths, not forgetting the fantastic ancient clock in Wells Cathedral and the Bishops Palace with its moat and majestic swans. There are many local markets, the Bristol Slow Market on the first Sunday of every month, the local Chew Magna W.I. Market on a Friday morning, the Bath Farmers' Market on Saturdsay mornings and Wells market which happens twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The renowned Cheddar Gorge is a short distance away offering spectacular views of mountain goats and Soay sheep on its precipitous slopes. Those who are more adventerous can explore the caves of Wookey Hole, go for a glider flight, dodge paintballs, ride quad bikes, go sailing or fishing at Chew Lake, golfing, skiing/snowboarding, clay pigeon shooting or go-karting.
        b&b
        1br b&b
          Please note for bookings including Sundays, there is a minimum stay of 4 nights. We apologise for any inconvenience. Combining 19th Century charm with 21st Century ameneties, Summerhouse with its beams and exposed stone walls is enfolded by a large garden with a tree-lined driveway and a summerhouse with grand views of the Pensford viaduct, an English Heritage site set in the Chew Valley. When you arrive, you can unwind by watching buzzards circling over the valley or the green woodpeckers in the garden, chill out in our Summerhouse or take a dip in our luxurious indoor pool. You may wish to plan your stay using our books and maps. In the evening, just sit and enjoy watching deer munching on our home grown vegetables. Centrally situated for visiting Bath, Wells, Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills, our B&B; is ideal for exploring this beautiful area. There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones. This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells. Guest Access There is a heated indoor swimming pool with exerciser jet, jacuzzi hot tub, water rower, CD sound system, steam shower, fluffy towels, robes and slippers free for our guests to book. The room has a silent mini-fridge with complimentary still & sparkling waters and a jug of fresh organic milk for tea or coffee. There is a tea tray for an assortment of teas and a cafetière for coffee. Each room has a freeview flat screen television with DVD player & USB port, two fluffy dressing gowns, free Wi-Fi Internet access and a hairdryer as well as a few books. There is a private bathroom with a powerful shower and a heated towel rail, plenty of fluffy towels (hand, bath and bath sheet), environmentally friendly luxury toiletries including soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower and bath gel, handwash, cotton wool pads and face cloths. The dining room has a sofa set where you are welcome to sit and enjoy the panoramic views of the valley through our wrap-around windows. There is a selection of maps, walking guides, activity leaflets and a few guide books for you to plan your perfect day. Should you require an iron and an ironing board or if you have forgotten some vital item, ask Magda and she will do her best to help you. Interaction with Guests We welcome all our guests with tea & coffee, homemade cake & biscuits. After the welcome, we give all our guests as much privacy as they desire. The Neighbourhood We are centrally situated in the Chew Valley, with easy access to its numerous picturesque villages, where guests can find plenty of highly rated pubs & restaurants. We are also well positioned to access cosmopolitan Bristol, with its thriving waterfront and cultural highlights such as the Hippodrome theatre and the Proms season at the Old Vic. There is historic Bath & Wells and their local points of interest such as Bath Abbey, The Pump Room and the Roman Baths, not forgetting the fantastic ancient clock in Wells Cathedral and the Bishops Palace with its moat and majestic swans. There are many local markets, the Bristol Slow Market on the first Sunday of every month, the local Chew Magna W.I. Market on a Friday morning, the Bath Farmers' Market on Saturdsay mornings and Wells market which happens twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The renowned Cheddar Gorge is a short distance away offering spectacular views of mountain goats and Soay sheep on its precipitous slopes. Those who are more adventerous can explore the caves of Wookey Hole, go for a glider flight, dodge paintballs, ride quad bikes, go sailing or fishing at Chew Lake, golfing, skiing/snowboarding, clay pigeon shooting or go-karting.
          hotel
          3br hotel
          • Breakfast
          • Gym
          • Parking
          • Pets Allowed
          • Swimming Pool
          • Wifi
          Situated in Bristol, this bed & breakfast is 2.5 mi (3.9 km) from HorseWorld and within 6 mi (10 km) of St. Mary Redcliffe Church and Knowle Golf Club. Queen Square and Cabot Circus Shopping Centre are also within 9 mi (15 km).
          Bed & Breakfast
          1br Bed & Breakfast
            Please note for bookings including Sundays, there is a minimum stay of 4 nights. We apologise for any inconvenience. Combining 19th Century charm with 21st Century ameneties, Summerhouse with its beams and exposed stone walls is enfolded by a large garden with a tree-lined driveway and a summerhouse with grand views of the Pensford viaduct, an English Heritage site set in the Chew Valley. When you arrive, you can unwind by watching buzzards circling over the valley or the green woodpeckers in the garden, chill out in our Summerhouse or take a dip in our luxurious indoor pool. You may wish to plan your stay using our books and maps. In the evening, just sit and enjoy watching deer munching on our home grown vegetables. Centrally situated for visiting Bath, Wells, Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills, our B&B is ideal for exploring this beautiful area. There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones. This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells. Guest Access There is a heated indoor swimming pool with exerciser jet, jacuzzi hot tub, water rower, CD sound system, steam shower, fluffy towels, robes and slippers free for our guests to book. The room has a silent mini-fridge with complimentary still & sparkling waters and a jug of fresh organic milk for tea or coffee. There is a tea tray for an assortment of teas and a cafetière for coffee. Each room has a freeview flat screen television with DVD player & USB port, two fluffy dressing gowns, free Wi-Fi Internet access and a hairdryer as well as a few books. There is a private bathroom with a powerful shower and a heated towel rail, plenty of fluffy towels (hand, bath and bath sheet), environmentally friendly luxury toiletries including soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower and bath gel, handwash, cotton wool pads and face cloths. The dining room has a sofa set where you are welcome to sit and enjoy the panoramic views of the valley through our wrap-around windows. There is a selection of maps, walking guides, activity leaflets and a few guide books for you to plan your perfect day. Should you require an iron and an ironing board or if you have forgotten some vital item, ask Magda and she will do her best to help you. Interaction with Guests We welcome all our guests with tea & coffee, homemade cake & biscuits. After the welcome, we give all our guests as much privacy as they desire. The Neighbourhood We are centrally situated in the Chew Valley, with easy access to its numerous picturesque villages, where guests can find plenty of highly rated pubs & restaurants. We are also well positioned to access cosmopolitan Bristol, with its thriving waterfront and cultural highlights such as the Hippodrome theatre and the Proms season at the Old Vic. There is historic Bath & Wells and their local points of interest such as Bath Abbey, The Pump Room and the Roman Baths, not forgetting the fantastic ancient clock in Wells Cathedral and the Bishops Palace with its moat and majestic swans. There are many local markets, the Bristol Slow Market on the first Sunday of every month, the local Chew Magna W.I. Market on a Friday morning, the Bath Farmers' Market on Saturdsay mornings and Wells market which happens twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The renowned Cheddar Gorge is a short distance away offering spectacular views of mountain goats and Soay sheep on its precipitous slopes. Those who are more adventerous can explore the caves of Wookey Hole, go for a glider flight, dodge paintballs, ride quad bikes, go sailing or fishing at Chew Lake, golfing, skiing/snowboarding, clay pigeon shooting or go-karting.
            Bed & Breakfast
            1br Bed & Breakfast
              Please note for bookings including Sundays, there is a minimum stay of 4 nights. We apologise for any inconvenience. Combining 19th Century charm with 21st Century ameneties, Summerhouse with its beams and exposed stone walls is enfolded by a large garden with a tree-lined driveway and a summerhouse with grand views of the Pensford viaduct, an English Heritage site set in the Chew Valley. When you arrive, you can unwind by watching buzzards circling over the valley or the green woodpeckers in the garden, chill out in our Summerhouse or take a dip in our luxurious indoor pool. You may wish to plan your stay using our books and maps. In the evening, just sit and enjoy watching deer munching on our home grown vegetables. Centrally situated for visiting Bath, Wells, Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills, our B&B is ideal for exploring this beautiful area. There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones. This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells. Guest Access There is a heated indoor swimming pool with exerciser jet, jacuzzi hot tub, water rower, CD sound system, steam shower, fluffy towels, robes and slippers free for our guests to book. The room has a silent mini-fridge with complimentary still & sparkling waters and a jug of fresh organic milk for tea or coffee. There is a tea tray for an assortment of teas and a cafetière for coffee. Each room has a freeview flat screen television with DVD player & USB port, two fluffy dressing gowns, free Wi-Fi Internet access and a hairdryer as well as a few books. There is a private bathroom with a powerful shower and a heated towel rail, plenty of fluffy towels (hand, bath and bath sheet), environmentally friendly luxury toiletries including soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower and bath gel, handwash, cotton wool pads and face cloths. The dining room has a sofa set where you are welcome to sit and enjoy the panoramic views of the valley through our wrap-around windows. There is a selection of maps, walking guides, activity leaflets and a few guide books for you to plan your perfect day. Should you require an iron and an ironing board or if you have forgotten some vital item, ask Magda and she will do her best to help you. Interaction with Guests We welcome all our guests with tea & coffee, homemade cake & biscuits. After the welcome, we give all our guests as much privacy as they desire. The Neighbourhood We are centrally situated in the Chew Valley, with easy access to its numerous picturesque villages, where guests can find plenty of highly rated pubs & restaurants. We are also well positioned to access cosmopolitan Bristol, with its thriving waterfront and cultural highlights such as the Hippodrome theatre and the Proms season at the Old Vic. There is historic Bath & Wells and their local points of interest such as Bath Abbey, The Pump Room and the Roman Baths, not forgetting the fantastic ancient clock in Wells Cathedral and the Bishops Palace with its moat and majestic swans. There are many local markets, the Bristol Slow Market on the first Sunday of every month, the local Chew Magna W.I. Market on a Friday morning, the Bath Farmers' Market on Saturdsay mornings and Wells market which happens twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The renowned Cheddar Gorge is a short distance away offering spectacular views of mountain goats and Soay sheep on its precipitous slopes. Those who are more adventerous can explore the caves of Wookey Hole, go for a glider flight, dodge paintballs, ride quad bikes, go sailing or fishing at Chew Lake, golfing, skiing/snowboarding, clay pigeon shooting or go-karting.
              Bed & Breakfast
              1br Bed & Breakfast
                Please note for bookings including Sundays, there is a minimum stay of 4 nights. We apologise for any inconvenience. Combining 19th Century charm with 21st Century ameneties, Summerhouse with its beams and exposed stone walls is enfolded by a large garden with a tree-lined driveway and a summerhouse with grand views of the Pensford viaduct, an English Heritage site set in the Chew Valley. When you arrive, you can unwind by watching buzzards circling over the valley or the green woodpeckers in the garden, chill out in our Summerhouse or take a dip in our luxurious indoor pool. You may wish to plan your stay using our books and maps. In the evening, just sit and enjoy watching deer munching on our home grown vegetables. Centrally situated for visiting Bath, Wells, Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills, our B&B is ideal for exploring this beautiful area. There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones. This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells. Guest Access There is a heated indoor swimming pool with exerciser jet, jacuzzi hot tub, water rower, CD sound system, steam shower, fluffy towels, robes and slippers free for our guests to book. The room has a silent mini-fridge with complimentary still & sparkling waters and a jug of fresh organic milk for tea or coffee. There is a tea tray for an assortment of teas and a cafetière for coffee. Each room has a freeview flat screen television with DVD player & USB port, two fluffy dressing gowns, free Wi-Fi Internet access and a hairdryer as well as a few books. There is a private bathroom with a powerful shower and a heated towel rail, plenty of fluffy towels (hand, bath and bath sheet), environmentally friendly luxury toiletries including soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower and bath gel, handwash, cotton wool pads and face cloths. The dining room has a sofa set where you are welcome to sit and enjoy the panoramic views of the valley through our wrap-around windows. There is a selection of maps, walking guides, activity leaflets and a few guide books for you to plan your perfect day. Should you require an iron and an ironing board or if you have forgotten some vital item, ask Magda and she will do her best to help you. Interaction with Guests We welcome all our guests with tea & coffee, homemade cake & biscuits. After the welcome, we give all our guests as much privacy as they desire. The Neighbourhood We are centrally situated in the Chew Valley, with easy access to its numerous picturesque villages, where guests can find plenty of highly rated pubs & restaurants. We are also well positioned to access cosmopolitan Bristol, with its thriving waterfront and cultural highlights such as the Hippodrome theatre and the Proms season at the Old Vic. There is historic Bath & Wells and their local points of interest such as Bath Abbey, The Pump Room and the Roman Baths, not forgetting the fantastic ancient clock in Wells Cathedral and the Bishops Palace with its moat and majestic swans. There are many local markets, the Bristol Slow Market on the first Sunday of every month, the local Chew Magna W.I. Market on a Friday morning, the Bath Farmers' Market on Saturdsay mornings and Wells market which happens twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The renowned Cheddar Gorge is a short distance away offering spectacular views of mountain goats and Soay sheep on its precipitous slopes. Those who are more adventerous can explore the caves of Wookey Hole, go for a glider flight, dodge paintballs, ride quad bikes, go sailing or fishing at Chew Lake, golfing, skiing/snowboarding, clay pigeon shooting or go-karting.
                Bed & Breakfast
                1br Bed & Breakfast
                • Wifi
                • Breakfast
                • Parking
                The room has a double bed and a single bed with a wash basin and shower in the room. There is a colour TV and tea/coffee making facility. The bathroom/toilet is next door and is shared. £30 for a single. £60 for 2 people sharing. £70 for 3 people
                Home/Apartment
                1br Home/Apartment
                • Pets Allowed
                THE PERFECT ROMANTIC GETAWAY Set on the ground floor, the property is a self-contained wing of a Georgian country house, with it's own front door. With far reaching views across the rolling countryside and has been beautifully restored. It enjoys an elevated position at the head of the established gardens in which guests are welcome to roam. The property is a wonderful base for those wishing to enjoy both town and country. The peaceful hamlet of Belluton gives easy access to the A37 and to the historic cities of Bristol, Bath and Wells, with their wealth of cultural activities, and world class shopping. The multi award winning village of Chew Magna is just two miles away, with gastro pubs and a Michelin starred restaurant. The Chew Valley is unique in the West Country with some 35,000 acres of unspoilt and protected countryside, including Chew Valley Lake which is a ‘Dedicated Site of Scientific interest’. Perfect for birdwatchers, walkers, cyclists and those who love the countryside. 5 miles from Bristol Airport. The accommodation offers ONE double bedroom with en-suite shower and WC. Lounge/kitchen/diner: stylish open-plan room with TV/DVD and traditional marble surround fireplace with woodburner. Kitchen area is well-equipped with electric hob and oven, dishwasher, fridge and microwave. Outside: well established grounds with a number of seating areas including a summer house overlooking the wildlife pond, a traditional walled garden and orangery; the owner will give guidance on the grounds on your arrival. Amenities: parking available. Bed linen, towels, electric, central heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. 1 well-behaved dog welcome. Location: pubs and shop within easy walking distance.
                Farmhouse
                2br Farmhouse
                • Parking
                Luxury barn conversion with large living area, open kitchen with oven, washing machine, dishwasher. Beautiful views and walks. Next door to a fantastic pub serving food and local ales. Chew Valley Lake nearby, a perfect location for cycling, walking, sailing, fishing. Local historic cities of Bath Spa and Bristol. Local restaurants include the Michelin Star Pony and Trap, the famous Pig near Bath, plus the local friendliness and delicious food for breakfast, lunch and dinner of the village pub, The Carpenters Arms.
                Cottage
                2br Cottage
                • Parking
                • Pets Allowed
                • Wifi
                Lower Brook Cottage is an 18th Century cottage located in the picturesque hamlet of Woollard between the villages of Pensford & Compton Dando in North East Somerset. There is a small cottage garden at the front and the rear garden stretches down to the River Chew and adjacent woodland. The village is surrounded by beautiful countryside with local wildlife including deer, heron, geese and ducks. There are lots of country pubs nearby and the village is within easy reach of the historic cities of Bristol, Bath & Wells. Chew Valley Lake offers some of the best trout fishing in Europe with Cheddar Caves and the Mendip Hills just a short drive away.
                Bed & Breakfast
                1br Bed & Breakfast
                • Wifi
                • Breakfast
                • Parking
                • Swimming Pool
                The SpacePlease note for bookings including Sundays, there is a minimum stay of 4 nights. We apologise for any inconvenience. Combining 19th Century charm with 21st Century ameneties, Summerhouse with its beams and exposed stone walls is enfolded by a large garden with a tree-lined driveway and a summerhouse with grand views of the Pensford viaduct, an English Heritage site set in the Chew Valley. When you arrive, you can unwind by watching buzzards circling over the valley or the green woodpeckers in the garden, chill out in our Summerhouse or take a dip in our luxurious indoor pool. You may wish to plan your stay using our books and maps. In the evening, just sit and enjoy watching deer munching on our home grown vegetables. Centrally situated for visiting Bath, Wells, Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills, our B&B is ideal for exploring this beautiful area. There are several walks from the house, including a stiff climb up to the Iron Age Hill fort atop Norton Malreward or a meander down from the footpath at the end of our drive along the Chew Valley to see the Stanton Drew Standing Stones. This is truly somewhere to unwind after a day out exploring the beautiful Somerset countryside or the architectural glory of Bath or Wells. Guest AccessThere is a heated indoor swimming pool with exerciser jet, jacuzzi hot tub, water rower, CD sound system, steam shower, fluffy towels, robes and slippers free for our guests to book. The room has a silent mini-fridge with complimentary still & sparkling waters and a jug of fresh organic milk for tea or coffee. There is a tea tray for an assortment of teas and a cafetière for coffee. Each room has a freeview flat screen television with DVD player & USB port, two fluffy dressing gowns, free Wi-Fi Internet access and a hairdryer as well as a few books. There is a private bathroom with a powerful shower and a heated towel rail, plenty of fluffy towels (hand, bath and bath sheet), environmentally friendly luxury toiletries including soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower and bath gel, handwash, cotton wool pads and face cloths. The dining room has a sofa set where you are welcome to sit and enjoy the panoramic views of the valley through our wrap-around windows. There is a selection of maps, walking guides, activity leaflets and a few guide books for you to plan your perfect day. Should you require an iron and an ironing board or if you have forgotten some vital item, ask Magda and she will do her best to help you. Interaction with GuestsWe welcome all our guests with tea & coffee, homemade cake & biscuits. After the welcome, we give all our guests as much privacy as they desire. The NeighborhoodWe are centrally situated in the Chew Valley, with easy access to its numerous picturesque villages, where guests can find plenty of highly rated pubs & restaurants. We are also well positioned to access cosmopolitan Bristol, with its thriving waterfront and cultural highlights such as the Hippodrome theatre and the Proms season at the Old Vic. There is historic Bath & Wells and their local points of interest such as Bath Abbey, The Pump Room and the Roman Baths, not forgetting the fantastic ancient clock in Wells Cathedral and the Bishops Palace with its moat and majestic swans. There are many local markets, the Bristol Slow Market on the first Sunday of every month, the local Chew Magna W.I. Market on a Friday morning, the Bath Farmers' Market on Saturdsay mornings and Wells market which happens twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The renowned Cheddar Gorge is a short distance away offering spectacular views of mountain goats and Soay sheep on its precipitous slopes. Those who are more adventerous can explore the caves of Wookey Hole, go for a glider flight, dodge paintballs, ride quad bikes, go sailing or fishing at Chew Lake, golfing, skiing/snowboarding, clay pigeon shooting or go-karting.