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Meadow Cottage Guest House
Lye Hole Lane
Redhill
Bristol

BS40 5RN | View map

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With a beautiful, peaceful location, only minutes from Bristol International Airport, this 17th-century farmhouse combines original character and traditional charm with modern luxury. Looking out over open countryside, sheltered by the Mendip Hills, the Meadow Cottage Guest House is set in an acre of beautiful south-facing gardens. Lying just 1.5 miles (2.4 km) south of the airport, outside of the flying zone, the hotel is completely free of airport or road noise. Holiday parking and airport transfers are available by prior arrangement. Fully refurbished in 2006, the guest house combines contemporary comforts with beautiful period features, such as original wood-beamed ceilings.

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Number of Rooms: 6
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Parking - £4 per 24 hours
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Children Welcome
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