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B and Bs in Weston super Mare

The Owl's Crest
39 Kewstoke Road
Weston super Mare
Somerset

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Michael and Maura welcome you to our Bed and Breakfast where our rooms are named after Owls. The Owls Crest is ideal for tourist or business traveller. We offer a friendly personal service.The Owls Crest was built in 1890; originally a farmhouse; but since 1930 it has been a Bed and Breakfast. The hosts speak German and French. We offer peace and quiet. Parking; cream teas at weekends. Tyntesfield House – National Trust Property is 20 minutes away. Just 5 Minutes from the M5 Junction 21; 30 Minutes from Bristol Airport and ideally placed for breaking the journey to Devon and Cornwall. For ramblers Mendips and quantocks and City Lovers - visit Bristol; Bath; Taunton; Wells; Cardiff.Our accommodation rooms are clean; comfortable and of a high quality standard using Egyptian cotton linen; pine and ratten furniture. We offer free Parking; cream teas at weekends and Wifi throughout the building. Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. We do not accept stag or hen groups. Pets by arrangement regrettably; we cannot accept children under 5 years of age. Check-In time: 14:00 and Check-Out time: 10:30. Cash or cheques only.

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