Clutton Hill

Clutton Hill is a good base for tourists and business travellers alike, with Bath, Bristol and Shepton Mallet all within a 10 mile radius of the village which has a noted pub with a miniature railway in its garden... Read More

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Hunters Rest Inn

Hunters Rest Inn

Originally built as a hunting lodge for the Earl of Warwick, then converted into an Inn during the 19th century, this privately owned free-house renowned for its home cooking, warm welcome and excellent cellar offers ... More | Double Room: From Ł95 | visit website

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Mezzé at the Warwick Arms

Mezzé at the Warwick Arms
The Warwick Arms is a large and welcoming 19th century inn on the main A37 at Clutton in Somerset. It was formerly a coaching inn positioned on the main route between Bristol town and its ... More | visit website

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Hunters Rest (0.29 miles)

Hunters Rest
The Hunters Rest Inn was originally built around 1750 as a hunting lodge for The Earl of Warwick. The Earl picked his site perfectly, set in beautiful countryside high on Clutton Hill with commanding views over ... More | visit website
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Greyfield Farm Cottages (0.58 miles)

Greyfield Farm Cottages
Whether you enjoy walking and outdoor activities, visits to outstanding tourist attractions or just want a short break Greyfield is the perfect choice. You can relax in our Finnish sauna, luxuriate in the Spa Bath, ... More | visit website
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Willow Tree Court Guest House (1.11 miles)

Willow Tree Court Guest House

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A Charming 18th Century Home; ideally located for exploring the nearby beauty of the west country.Situated on the A39 our location enables easy access to the historic city of Bath; ... More

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Carpenters Arms (1.90 miles)

Carpenters Arms
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, ... More | visit website
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Cameley Lodge (1.94 miles)

Cameley Lodge

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Set in beautiful countryside looking out over own private lakes just 10 miles from Bristol, Bath, Wells - just 8 miles from Bristol Airport. A small country hotel, family run. ... More

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The Old Parsonage (2.53 miles)

The Old Parsonage

Welcome to our beautiful 17th Century Grade 11* Listed house, situated off the A37 between Bath, Bristol and Wells on the edge of the Mendip Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Old ... More | visit website

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Old Malt House Hotel (2.59 miles)

Old Malt House Hotel

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A delightful family run country hotel, just 15 minutes from Bath and Wells. Set in beautiful countryside with restaurant, lounge/bar, free parking and delightful views from all rooms. Built in 1835 as ... More

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The Hollies (2.88 miles)

The Hollies
This family run bed and breakfast is situated in the picturesque village of Pensford, only 6 miles from Bristol and 8 miles from Bath. An ideal location to visit the historic city of Wells, Cheddar ... More | visit website
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Breconridge (3.03 miles)

Breconridge

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Julie and Jake would like to welcome you to their family home situated in the picturesque Cam valley between Bath and Bristol.We are close to Bath ,Bristol,Longleat Wookey Hole Cheddar ... More

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Ston Easton Park (3.43 miles)

Ston Easton Park
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The elegance of this 1740 Palladian Mansion, 12 miles from Bath, gives the impression of a sumptuous private country house rather than an award-winning hotel. The beautiful reception rooms, with ... More

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