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Chewton Place
Chewton Road

BS31 2SX | View map

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Chewton Place is a beautiful Georgian mansion in an unrivalled riverside setting amid acres of landscaped grounds, less than 10 km from Bristol and Bath.
Nestled beside the River Chew, in the midst of the Mendip Hills, each window offers an uninterrupted view of peace and tranquillity. The rooms themselves are individually styled and well equipped for convenience and comfort. Away from the stresses of city and suburban life, all guests have full use of all of the facilities, including a fully licensed bar and restaurant. Whether you choose to unwind in one of the elegant sitting rooms; enjoy a drink on the terrace; or take a stroll through the picturesque garden, Chewton Place is the ideal spot to relax and re-charge. Seven multi-functional conference rooms can offer a tailored solution to any group occasion.

Chewton Place is just a short walk outside the small town of Keynsham, which offers convenient local amenities as well as some good restaurants and pubs.
Conferences, seminars and meetings can all be exclusively accommodated in the 7 conference rooms. The varying sizes of rooms can ensure a comfortable stay for as few as 8 guests to as many as 120.
The hotel is also licensed for weddings, with the hotel's picturesque setting an ideal location for ceremonies or receptions.

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