The Coach House - Bristol Rd, Hambrook Bristol BS16 1RY
|2.3 miles from Cossham Street||Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £83.0 | Customer rating: 5\6|
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The Coach House Guest House offers Bed and Breakfast in a grade 2 listed former coaching house dating back to c.1750. It is set in the picturesque Hambrook conservation area. The Coach House has 15 spacious and comfortable ensuite rooms, a courtyard garden and ample off road parking in its private car park. It is ideally situated for both leisure and commercial purposes with it being less than 5 minutes drive from the M32 and M4 and the M5 easily accessible. The Coach House is 1 mile from Bristol Parkway station and its location offers a direct route via the M32 straight to the city centre of Bristol which is less than 6 miles directly south. The Coach House offers 15 centrally heated, spacious ensuite rooms with free wifi, freeview tv and tea and coffee making facilities. Hair dryers and irons are available on request. The rooms are full of character but with all modern comforts, many having views over a rural outlook.
Magnolia B and B - 1 Rathbone Close, Coalpit Heath Bristol BS36 2TW
|2.7 miles from Cossham Street||Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £122.5 | Customer rating: n\a\6|
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Homely comfort Each suite of rooms will suit our single visitor, couple, or small family. The Magnolia suite includes a sitting room, double bedroom (4ft 6" bed), single bedroom (full length, 2ft 6" wide bed), and shower room. The Orchid suite includes a sitting room, double bedroom (4ft 6" bed), a chair bed in the sitting room (full length, 2ft 6" wide), and shower room. Free offstreet parking for both suites. Each suite has a microwave, fridge with small freezer section, kettle, crockery and cutlery, Smart TV, WIFI and gas central heating. Location - We are situated on the North side of Bristol with easy access to the motorways M32, M4 and M5. Yate railway station (10 mins drive) and Parkway railway station (20 mins drive) are both nearby. Golf Clubs are in abundance - The Kendleshire, The Players, Chipping Sodbury, Thornbury and Woodlands. Fishing nearby - Windmill Fisheries , and Bitterwell Lake. Bristol City Centre is just 8 miles away where you will find, Cabot Circus shopping centre, Hippodrome Theatre, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Tabacco Factory Theatre, Bristol Museum, "At Bristol" (the Interactive Science Centre), Bristol Aquarium, Bristol Harbour with it's many restaurants and bars. Bath City Centre is just 16 miles away where you will find the Roman Baths and Spa, Bath Theatre, Bath Abbey Cathedral, Bath shopping centre with many restaurants and bars. Walkers can join the Cotswold Way as well as many other walks, whilst cyclists have an abundance of cycle paths to explore the surrounding villages and towns. If you are here to visit family, friends or for a business trip our village is well located to cater for your day to day living : 6 public houses within 10 minutes drive 2 cafes within 5 minutes drive A small Sainsburys A Nisa store / Post Office Indian / Chinese / Fish and chip takeaways Hairdressers Garden centres (3) - 10 minutes drive Yate shopping Centre - 15 minutes drive includes cinema, sport etc
Tracy Park Hotel & Country Club - Bath Road Wick nr Bath BS30 5RN
|3.8 miles from Cossham Street||Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £130.00 | Customer rating: 5\6|
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A chic, award-winning Boutique Hotel and Golf Resort, located ten minutes from the M4 and the centre of Bath. This historic house features a beautiful parkland setting and informal dining facilities. The hotel enjoys quiet surroundings, lending to the relaxing atmosphere that allows you to feel truly at rest. Yet situated just four miles north of Bath and ten miles east of Bristol is perfectly placed for ease of travel to the major business links of the South West. Travel is made easy with excellent access to the M4, meaning you can take more time to enjoy the excellent hospitality and envious surroundings of Tracy Park Hotel & Country Club. The bedrooms at Tracy Park are built of warm, honey-coloured Cotswold limestone and are mostly arranged around a charming old courtyard, set behind the grandiose manor house. Every bedroom boasts its own individual finesse and wealth of character, having been redesigned in a stylish, contemporary fashion whilst maintaining country sensibility with supremely comfortable and traditional furnishings. It is this mix of olde worlde charm and modern comfort that truly creates a warming and relaxing setting. The 2AA Rosette restaurant at Tracy Park is an original and fascinating space to enjoy the special fares on offer. With an imported Wood Stone oven to roast fabulous fish, meat and game as well as trademark home-baked breads, signature crudites and traditional desserts your dining experience will be an exceptional diversion from the typical 'fine dining' hotel experience. The dining room is in fact an old stone lodge, once used for Masonic ceremonies, which has fascinating stone carvings that remain a feature to this day. Tracy Park Hotel & Country Club is the setting for two wonderful golf courses and is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, which stretches for over 240 acres of historic parkland and includes trees that are over 400 years old. Both courses, the Crown and the Cromwell, have their own distinctive character and are recognised as two of the finest in the South-West. The Hotel also boasts excellent conference facilities and can provide professional amenities for your next important meeting or event. The city of Bath is over 2000 years old, and its fascinating Roman Baths are among the best preserved Roman remains in Europe. Bath Abbey is right in the centre of the city, whilst a few minutes walk takes you to the Royal Crescent, the Circus, Pulteney Bridge and many other squares and crescents, all reflecting the elegance of the Georgian period. Visitors can bathe in the newly renovated Thermae Bath Spa, or enjoy the city's lively cultural scene. Bristol, 10 miles to the west of Park Resort, is a large, vibrant and exciting city, where the picturesque harbour winds its way right through the city centre. Famous Bristol attractions include the SS Great Britain, the Clifton Suspension Bridge, At-Bristol, the Bristol Industrial Museum and the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum. Some of the finest stately homes in the country, such as Dyrham Park, Stourhead and Longleat, as well as historic sites such as Stonehenge and Glastonbury, are all within easy reach of Tracy Park Hotel & Country Club. PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT ACCEPT AMERICAN EXPRESS.