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B and Bs in Bristol

Westfield House
37 Stoke Hill
Sneyd Park

Bristol
Bristol

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This friendly family run Guest House is situated on Stoke Hill in Sneyd Park and is ideal for the discerning guest. Close to the Methodist Training College and Bristol University Halls of Residence on the edge of Durdham Downs, and yet only ten minutes drive from the centre of Bristol. On a main bus route and 20 minutes from Bristol International Airport. Close by are many famous attractions, Bristol Zoo, Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Clifton Suspension bridge across the famous Avon Gorge, John Cabot's Tower, The Georgian House, The Red House, Blaise Castle and many more. In Summer an open top tour bus stops at the top of the road and provides a wonderful tour of the whole city. Westfield House is easily accessed from both the M4 and M5. But once there, you have the feeling of being in the middle of the country. Situated in over an acre of private gardens, this is a delightful, idyllic relaxing setting for a Guest House. The grounds are also the hunting grounds of owls, badgers, falcons, hedgehogs and other wildlife. Clifton College, Badminton Girls School, and Red Maids are three of the independant schools within 5 minutes drive.

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