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Albany Lodge Guest House
9 Clevedon road
Weston-super-Mare
Somerset

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ALBANY LODGE is ideally situated, offering easy access to the beach – and only 5 minutes walk to the Town Centre and all amenities. Wells Cathedral, Wookey Hole, Glastonbury, Cheddar Gorge are all within travelling distance, as are other major attractions like Longleat, Bristol Zoo, Bath Abbey etc. An ideal place to stay for a summer holiday or a relaxing break at any time, and we look forward to greeting guests, old and new. Our aim is to provide a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in comfortable surroundings to ensure your stay with us is a pleasant one. Albany Lodge is a small, well appointed, family run guest House, plus apartments, situated on the level, very close to the sea front. We are a 3 STAR guest house with VISIT BRITAIN and both the GUEST HOUSE ACCOMMODATION and the HOLIDAY APARTMENTS have been awarded Silver Award - Highly Commended (Western Tourist Board), Quality rooms – single, twin and double bedded, some en-suite, family room en-suite, Colour Freeview T.V. & complementary Tea/Coffee facilities in all rooms. Full central heating throughout, Ground floor family room – sleeps four, cots available. A generous freshly prepared Full English or Continental breakfast with varied choices. We provide access to your own keys – access at any time, Hair-dryer and iron available on request.

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