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Population: 610
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Cranham Feast
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Marshfield Mummers
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St Briavels Bread and Cheese Throwing
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The village of Falfield lies towards the southern end of the Berkeley Vale, 4 miles east of the River Seven & 3 miles north of Thornbury. The A38 runs through the village and Junction 14 of the M5 motorway is just to the east. The early history of Falfield is somewhat hazy, there is believed to have been an Anglo Saxon settlement nearby and there is some evidence of Roman activity in the area. By the sixteenth century Falfield was, in the main, an agricultural community and the village was home to Farmers, Weavers and Tailors. The area is dominated by Eastwood Park, once part of Thornbury Castle`s Deer Hunting Park, it came into the hands of the Jenkinson family in the 17th century; Robert Jenkinson - Earl of Liverpool - was Prime Minister from 1812 to 1828 lived at Eastwood Park. More recently it came into the hands of the Ministry of Defence, it is now a training and conference centre of the Department of Health. Heneage Court - possibly the old manor house - has gardens and woodland laid out by Edward Warren for Russell Thomas the then owner in 1913. In Mill Lane, The Mill occupies a site used by mills for several hundreds of years, other buildings of note in and around Falfield are; the medieval Green Farm; Heneage Farm and Sundayshill Farm of the 17th century and the Huntsman Inn also of the 17th century. The ancient Chapel of Rest was replaced by the present church, St.Georges, in 1860 on land given for the purpose by Sir George Jenkinson, it has a high pitched roof with a bell tower and early English style windows. The war memorial used to stand on an island at the junction of the A38 and Sundays Hill Lane but was moved to its present site in the 1960`s when the A38 was widened.


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Huntsman House Inn (0.22 miles)

Huntsman House Inn

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The Huntsman is situated right on junction 14 of the M5 We are four junctions from Cheltenham which means a 25 minute drive to the racecourse, or an ideal place ... More

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The Gables Hotel (0.47 miles)

The Gables Hotel

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The Gables Hotel is dedicated to making life easier. We take a different view and the hotel reflects life of the modern traveller. Affordable yet stylish, with comfort and convenience, ... More

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Park Hotel (0.98 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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Tortworth Court Four Pillars Hotel (1.14 miles)

Tortworth Court Four Pillars Hotel

Tortworth Court is a beautiful grade 11 listed Mansion, set in 30 acres of landscaped and glorious parkland. All public rooms have been painstakingly and sympathetically restored to their former glory and these restorations are ... More | visit website

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Days Inn Bristol North (Michaelwood) (2.59 miles)

Days Inn Bristol North (Michaelwood)

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Situated on the M5, our hotel offer easy access to visit the Gloucestershire countryside and the Cotswolds. The hotel offers City Centre hotel facilities at half the price. free parking, AA ... More

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Thornbury Castle (3.51 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 during their honeymoon ... More | visit website

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Malt House (3.79 miles)

Malt House
The Malt House at Berkeley is one of those family hotels and restaurants that you can spend a millennium looking for. The Inn can boast nothing if it can't boast comfort. Tastefully furnished in mellow ... More | visit website
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The Buthay Inn (3.86 miles)

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Traditionl Inn with 6 letting rooms. All major credit cards accepted.

The Buthay inn is a traditional inn located in the peaceful town of Wickwar. It offers a ... More
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Thornbury Golf Lodge (4.29 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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Premier Inn Bristol Alveston (4.34 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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