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Hotels in Clevedon

Campbells Landing
21 - 23 The Beach
Clevedon
Bristol

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Campbells Landing is located directly opposite the beautiful Victorian pier on Clevedon's famous seafront.The ten-room hotel, restaurant and bar boasts superb views of the Bristol Channel, the Holm Islands and across the water to Wales. The much-photographed Clevedon sunset is a wonderful view from Campbells Landing.Situated within a five-minute drive of the M5, Clevedon is within easy reach of both Bristol City Centre and Bristol International Airport.With its beachside location, Campbells Landing Hotel provides spacious bed-and-breakfast accommodation with spectacular views. All rooms are clean and airy, and all have en suite facilities, television, daily service, hot drink facilities and wireless internet access.Good quality, home cooked food is always available and you can start the day with a hearty English breakfast in our restaurant.Children are made welcome at Campbells Landing, as are well behaved dogs (by prior arrangement).An ideal spot for a short break, a family holiday, a base for a fishing holiday or a home from home whilst working away.

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Nearest Train Station: Yatton
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Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
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Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected - AA
Building of Historic Interest
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