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Alveston House Hotel
"We stayed at Alveston House Hotel on the outskirks of Bristol on a Sunday evening in December. Even though the hotel was quiet with it being a Sunday evening ..." More

Alveston House Hotel
"Bad Points: on suite bathroom was alittle small and the overhead shower head didn't work very well. General review: Really enjoyed my stay. Was upgraded to a lovely room as your ..." More

Alveston House Hotel
"Friendly & relaxing atmoshpere.,The Hotel is perfectly located for the motorway network yet remains quiet.All the staff were friendly & helpful. You felt welcome from the moment you checked in. ..." More

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The South Gloucestershire village of Alveston is 13 miles (21k) to the north of Bristol and close to the town of Thornbury (3 miles - 5k), it lies at the southern end of the Vale of Berkeley. There has been human activity in and around Alveston for millenia, the Alveston Barrows on the outskirts of the village date from the Mesolithic age (about 4500 B.C); in 2001 two pot-holers exploring a local cave found an underground chamber, the floor of which was strewn with animal and human bones along with pot shards. They were dated to be around 2000 years old - the late Iron-Age / Roman period - and some of the human bones showed signs of cannibalism. Alveston has always been in the shadow of it`s larger neighbours; the population in 1770 was only 205. The Ship Inn dates back to 1598, a former coaching inn it was the meeting place of the South Gloustershire Medico-Convival Society, one of the earliest medical socities in Britain. Edward Jenner, who achieved worldwide fame through his vaccination work, was a member and othen visited the Inn. St.Helens old church was set away from the village and was replaced by a new rock faced church in 1885, some of the furnishings and two bells were used in the new church. Other buildings of note in the village are; the Jubliee Hall built in 1887 and the Cross Hands on the village green. Alveston serves as a gateway to the first Seven road bridge and many residents work in the large towns & cities returning to enjoy the calm of the village.

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Premier Inn Bristol Alveston (0.22 miles)

Premier Inn Bristol Alveston
Bristol Alveston Premier Inn is just minutes away from M5 and makes a great break en-route to Cornwall, Devon or South Wales. It's also only 40 miles to Cardiff city centre and has a local ... More | visit website
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Alveston House Hotel (0.30 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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Thornbury Golf Lodge (0.58 miles)

Thornbury Golf Lodge

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Offering stunning views of its 2 golf courses and the surrounding countryside, the Thornbury Golf Lodge fuses a traditional farmhouse exterior with a comfortably refurbished ... More

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Thornbury Castle (1.47 miles)

Thornbury Castle

Thornbury Castle was built in 1510 by Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Constable of all England. It was also once owned by Henry VIII who stayed here with Anne Boleyn. However today, ... More | visit website

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Elms (The) (2.04 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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Roylands Farm Cottage (2.24 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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Crossover House (3.15 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 (3.31 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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Park Hotel (3.62 miles)

Park Hotel

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This beautiful hotel is situated in 5 acres of lovely grounds in South Gloucestershire - midway between Bristol and Gloucester. The hotel comprises of 18 non-smoking bedrooms, with beverages facilities, trouser ... More

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Hilton Bristol (3.68 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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