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Roylands Farm Cottage
Fernhill
Almondsbury
Bristol

BS32 4LU | View map
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Roylands Farm Cottage is situated in beautiful countryside on the outskirts of Bristol and within a 5 minute drive of the Almondsbury interchange where the M4 and the M5 meet. It truly is the perfect Bed & Breakfast location providing peace and tranquility with one of the UK's largest cities and motorway networks just a stones throw away.

The cottage is situated within a working farm with a classic style to blend in with its rural location. The rooms are spacious, bright and welcoming with all the usual convenient en-suite / private facilities and use of the fully fitted kitchen. Guests can take advantage of the relaxing lounge or conservatory areas or take in the beautiful views from the ample rural garden. There is a large private off road parking area with space for several vehicles with extensive views over the Severn Vale and the Severn Bridge with the Welsh Mountains in the distance. Roylands Farm Cottage is also available for self catering weekends, please call for details.

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Price per Room:

Double: From 65
Twin: From 65
Single: From 38
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