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Located at the western edge of the Mendip Hills, Churchill is situated on the A368, close to its junction with the A38 road from Bristol to Weston-super-mare. The village takes its name from the Churchill family, and the Duke of Marlborough, who had connections with the village. Located in the hundred of Winterstoke, Churchill is five miles from the nearest railway station at Yatton.
It is in a valley in the beautiful Somerset countryside, near the old turnpike road leading from Bristol to Bridgwater. The church of St. John the Baptist contains monuments and a church brass and is in the perpendicular style of architecture, said to be the composition of the celebrated Dr. Donne.
The village has four pubs to choose from, The Crown Inn, The Stag and Hounds, The Nelson and The Churchill. If you are looking for accommodation, The Lyncombe Lodge Hotel is a country hotel with an excellent restaurant. The hotel is only five miles from Bristol Airport but is set in 230 acres of woodland with excellent views across the surrounding countryside. On the site is The Action Centre which provides 17 different outdoor activities, making this hotel ideal for a quiet break or an active holiday!
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Churchill Community School
Mendip Riding Centre(Riding)
Places to Stay near Churchill
Lyncombe Lodge Hotel
Set in 250 acres adjacent to Avon dry ski and toboggan slope. Free Wi-Fi and on-site parking. Bar, restaurant, 14 en suite bedrooms and conference facilities.
The hotel is set in a ... More
Mendip Spring Golf & Country Club
Mendip Spring Golf & Country Club is located near Congresbury in North Somerset just off junction 21 of the M5 and a short drive from Weston-Super-Mare, Bristol and easy access ... More
Situated in the pretty village of Langford on the edge of the Mendips, is the award winning Langford Inn and Restaurant, a traditional country pub offering delicious food with a ... More
Across the courtyard from the restaurant are seven huge cottage hotel suites
with beamed ceilings and stable gate doors. Entirely self contained, each
with its own entrance, and attractively furnished lounge, bedrooms ... More
The Penscot Inn is a quirky and original Inn set on the village green at Shipham. With twelve individually decorated en suite rooms The Penscot is ideally situated for a ... More
Premier Inn Bristol Airport
Within easy reach of the M5 and just 9 miles south of Bristol Airport. For National Rail links, Bristol city centre is 19 miles away. A short drive from this hotel are attractions such as ... More
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The Ship & Castle @ Congresbury
The recently refurbished Ship & Castle is a 500 year old traditional country Inn situated 15 miles south of Bristol, 4 miles from the M5 and 3 miles from Bristol ... More
Mill House B&B
Just 10 minutes’ drive from Bristol Airport, this renovated 17th- century property offers a relaxing and comfortable stay in spacious rooms with iPod/iPhone docks.
With free parking during your stay, Mill House is just 25 ... More
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Doubletree by Hilton Bristol South - Cadbury House
This new 4-star contemporary, boutique style hotel is situated in Avon, Bristol, just under 4 miles from the M5 motorway and 5 miles from Bristol Airport.
Built around an 18th century house, ... More
The Oakhouse hotel is an 11th century building that sits proudly in the historical market square in the town of Axbridge. Only two miles away from Cheddar Caves the hotel ... More
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