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Carpenters Arms
Stanton Wick
Pensford
Bristol

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Overlooking the Chew Valley, the hamlet of Stanton Wick provides a tranquil and picturesque setting for the delightful Carpenter's Arms.
For visitors seeking an alternative to the bland unformity of many a modern town centre hotel, The Carpenter's Arms offers an appealing individuality. Converted from a row of charming miners' cottages, the Inn has become a popular retreat over the years for those appreciating good food, fine wines, real ales and delightful en-suite accommodation.Twelve bedrooms (9 king size double & 3 twin) are all en-suite & have been refurbished in a stunning contemporary style. In each room you will find an LCD flat screen television with free view & Satellite, hospitality tray, direct dial telephone & hairdryer. Wireless broadband is available through the majority of the building. Our bathrooms are of course in keeping & boast both shower & bath, fluffy towels & complimentary toiletries.

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A delightful Country Inn offering superb en suite accommodation & excellent food & wines.

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