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Winford Manor
Winford
Felton
Bristol

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Winford Manor is within 5 minutes of Bristol International Airport and a 30 minute drive from the historic cities of Bristol and Bath. Dating back to the 17th century, Winford Manor has 22 rooms, set in 6 acres of beautiful parkland. The rooms have been sympathetically renovated, mixing modern contemporary, with charm and character. All rooms have en suite facilities, with two rooms being further adapted for wheelchair access and are fully equipped with accessible wet rooms. All rooms have been fitted to the highest standards and include tea & coffee making facilities, digital TV and broadband access. All prices include complimentary continental breakfast and free airport transfer. Parking is free of charge while resident in the hotel.At Winford Manor, our aim is to provide a friendly home from home environment to suit every budget that is complimented by a friendly, professional service.

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