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County - Bristol | Map
Tel code: 01454 | code search
Postcode: BS32 | code search
Population: 1800
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Swan Hotel
"We booked this room a couple of months before because we knew we had to come to Bristol that weekend. When I confirmed the booking about a week before ..." More

Almondsbury Interchange Hotel
"Good Points: Price, Inclusive Breakfast, Quick check in, Breakfast & paper Bad Points: Tired and old. Very small TV with no remote. Noisey.

Date visited: 2010-02-12 ..." More

Crossover House
"A beautiful location and absolutely charming room fully equipped with everything you need and to a very high standard. We enjoyed our stay very much.

Date visited: 22.06.2008 ..." More

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"The village is divided into two parts by a steep hill. Nestling at the foot of this hill is Lower Almondsbury. Overlooking the Severn estuary the land here is shaped like ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Almondsbury | 10 Places to Stay

Almondsbury is a large village in Southern Gloucestershire, just seven miles from Bristol. The church of St Mary dates back to 1148 and has an interesting spire and Norman font. The village has delightful stone walls and cottages by the small village green. Why not venture out to Blaise Castle House Museum which is set in beautiful grounds, and tells the interesting story of yesteryear through it’s exhibits of toys, costumes, and even a Victorian Schoolroom, or there is always Oldown Country Park and Kitchen, which is a beguiling Georgian House designed by Robert Adam for a wealthy Sugar Merchant, the house shares it’s secrets of upstairs and downstairs. For the lovers of the great outdoors why not explore the wonders of Sweet Waters Farm, where the circular footpath or cycle path takes you on a journey through woodland, hay meadows and pasture, the scenery is stunning. Or how about the largest collection in the world of ducks and swans, the Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands is set on 700 acres with dragonflies and Flamingos…. With the amazing ship that was built by Isambard kingdom Brunel close by the SS Great Britain shares her whispered past proudly. Almondsbury pleases the most discerning visitor.

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St Marys, Almondsbury

Conference Centre

Aztec West

Dentist

Duncan, Learner, Newby, Pearce & Watkins

Doctor

Almondsbury Surgery

Golf Club

The Bristol Golf and Country Club
Woodlands Golf Club

Inn

Swan Hotel

Sports Clubs

Almondsbury CC (Cricket)
Almondsbury Sports and Social Complex (Tennis)
Almondsbury Town (Amateur Football)
North Bristol RFC (Rugby Union)

Shops

Royall Framing

Places to Stay near Almondsbury

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Crossover House (0.42 miles)

Crossover House

If you are a business person who’s had enough of hotels or someone looking to stay where service is a bit special, look no further. At Crossover House we pride ourselves on providing well equipped bed ... More | visit website

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Almondsbury Interchange Hotel (0.48 miles)

Almondsbury Interchange Hotel

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Set in a prime location on the outskirts of Bristol, this hotel is only 10 minutes from Bristol Parkway Rail Station and is easily located close to the M4 and M5. ... More

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Roylands Farm Cottage (0.69 miles)

Roylands Farm Cottage

Roylands Farm Cottage is situated in beautiful countryside on the outskirts of Bristol and within a 5 minute drive of the Almondsbury interchange where the M4 and the M5 meet. It truly is the perfect ... More | visit website

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Hilton Bristol (0.92 miles)

Hilton Bristol

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The Hilton Bristol Hotel's modern comforts contrast well with the treasures of the past which can be enjoyed in the area, such as the SS. Great Britain, at the city docks, Chepstow Castle ... More

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Aztec Hotel & Spa (1.06 miles)

Aztec Hotel & Spa
A Shire Hotel and Spa - A stylish 4 star hotel. Situated just off the M4/M5 the hotel is ideally located for Bristol, Cardiff, Bath or maybe a stopover on the way to the southwest. ... More | visit website
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Well Cottage (1.23 miles)

Well Cottage
At Well Cottage we like to make you feel right at home from the welcome to the end of your stay. We offer the comfort and warmth of genuine character cottage accommodation with the added ... More | visit website
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Rookery Guest House (1.36 miles)

Rookery Guest House

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Steve and Averill welcome you to The Rookery, where you will receive a warm welcome and a home from home atmosphere in our spotlessly clean refurbished Guest House. The Rookery ... More

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Elms (The) (1.75 miles)

Elms (The)
The Elms is a listed Georgian village house in a rural area, yet convenient for Bristol, South Wales, Cotswolds and the Aztec business park. Great emphasis is placed on luxurious, immaculate standards and 'green' matters ... More | visit website
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Grange Ramada Jarvis (2.30 miles)

Grange Ramada Jarvis
This elegant country house hotel, stands in 18 acres of countryside within easy reach of Bristol city centre. The hotel has a real country feel, with an attractive woodland setting and comfortable bedrooms.

Only 8 ... More | visit website
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Alveston House Hotel (2.78 miles)

Alveston House Hotel
An elegant period building, set in pretty gardens, close to the centre of Bristol, Alveston House offers you comfortable and relaxed surroundings, combined with efficient service and excellent facilities. Whether you're looking for a convenient ... More | visit website

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