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Church House
Church House
Kewstoke Road

Kewstoke
Bristol

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Church House is a delightful AA 5 star rated Guest Accommodation. It is situated just 5 mins from junction 21 of the M5 and only 30 mins from Bristol International airport. Many of our guests find us well placed for breaking a journey to the south-west.Kewstoke is very well situated for exploring Somerset and beyond.For city lovers Bristol; Bath; Taunton and Cardiff are all within easy reach whether by road or rail. Glastonbury ;Wells and Cheddar make a good full day out with something of interest for everybody. Street; with Clarks Outlet Village; is popular with bargain hunters with a wide range of well-known High Street retailers.Both The Mendip and Quantock Hills are designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.For the business traveller it offers a peaceful retreat at the end of the working day in a rural but readily accessible location. 5 diamond standard ensures you of high quality accommodation and personal service. Wireless internet is available throughout the building.PLEASE NOTE: Check In is from 16:00 & Check Out is by 10:30. We are a no smoking accommodation. We can accept pets by arrangement. Children can also be accommodated by arrangement. There is a minimum stay of 2 nights at weekends.

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