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The Old Manor House Hotel
5 Bristol Rd
Keynsham
Bristol

BS31 2BA | View map

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Our hotel is close to the area's many attractions and is the perfect location for business or pleasure. Ideally situated between Bath and Bristol, the hotel benefits from a wide variety of transport links.

The Old Manor House Hotel is an historic 17th century hotel believed to be the oldest dwelling house in Keynsham Village. Built in 1609, the property was formerly the Abbot's house to the ancient abbey, which stood close to where St. John's church now stands. Independent and privately run by the owners, the hotel was completely restored and renovated in 2001 without losing any of its period charm.

This attractive listed building has 9 en suite bedrooms and excellent facilities, which reflect the 3-star standard. The hotel is perfect for a romantic, relaxed get away. The warm atmosphere is ideal to sit and relax, chat to friends or colleagues or have a drink and read the highly acclaimed brasserie menu. We have draught beers, an extensive wine list and a Gaggia espresso machine.

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