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The Ship & Castle
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The recently refurbished Mezze at The Ship & Castle is a 500 year old Traditional Country Inn transformed into a Contemporary Mezze/A'la Carte Restaurant and Hotel situated 15 miles south of Bristol, 4 miles from the M5 and 3 miles from Bristol International Airport. . Recently awarded a 4* AA Award for its rooms, we take pride in being able to offer a relaxing place that delivers outstanding food, great drinks and Boutique Accommodation nestled in the Somerset Countryside. All our rooms have been designed to a very high specification and have all the latest gadgets including, DVD's, flat screen TV's, free view and iPod docking stations. Inclusive continental breakfast is served from 7am - 9am in your room with cooked breakfast available at an additional charge from 9am in the Breakfast Restaurant. You can pre order your breakfast the night before and have it delivered to your room at a requested time. Our Brunch, Mezze and Evening A'la Carte menus are bursting with flavour and choice. We have an extensive Cocktail & Wine List and offer Traditional Ales, Lagers and Local Ciders in the bar until late. We have a wonderful Mediterranean Garden if you enjoy Alfresco Dining, with heaters for the more chilly evenings. And our Marshfield Icecream Parlour leading out to the garden is the perfect compliment on those hot sunny days. This Country Inn caters for everyone and is the perfect location for Business Trips, Bristol Airport Overnight Stays, Romantic Breaks and Family Getaways.

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