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Hollybank Bed & Breakfast
1 Claverham Road
Yatton
Bristol

BS49 4JT | View map

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Hollybank is a beautiful Georgian building set in private gardens dating back to 1850, originally built as a country residence for one of Bristol's most successful Silk Merchants. Over the years the house has been used for a variety of purposes including a Music School. The house has now been lovingly renovated to offer luxury bed & breakfast accommodation for those who wish to explore the area (i.e. the Mendips, Cheddar, Clevedon, Bath etc.), professionals on business or simply to stay prior to using Bristol International Airport. (Car parking arranged)

Hollybank provides 3 king size rooms which are all en-suite, decorated to an extremely high finish. All rooms have flat-screen TVs, free WiFi access and tea/coffee making facilities. The 4th room is a twin room with exclusive use of a luxury size bathroom.

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