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Westfield House
37 Stoke Hill
Bristol
Bristol

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Westfield House is a small family run Guest House ideal for the discerning guest, whose priorities are comfort, relaxation, good food and a quiet location. All diets catered for. Westfield House, situated in Sneyd Park, is a Les Routiers Establishment and as such provides bespoke evening meals of an exceptionally high quality. French, German and Spanish spoken.Situated on Stoke Hill. Plenty of off-street parking. No charge for parking. We do not have a concierge, so guests are normally asked to be back by midnight when the doors are locked. By prior arrangement late access can be arranged. On North West side of Bristol, only ten minutes from the Centre of Bristol. Close to Avonmouth, Shirehampton, Filton, Aztec West, Cribbs Causeway, Frenchay, Stoke Gifford, Bedminster and on a main bus route, only 15/20 minutes from Bristol International Airport.Adjacent to Bristol University Halls of Residence,the Methodist Training College and on the edge of Durdham Downs.

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