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GO Country Hotels in Bristol

Places to Stay in Bristol If you want to get away from it all but still want be close enough to all the major tourist spots in Bristol, try a break in a relaxing country hotel.

The Hunters Rest Inn [map] at Clutton Hill proves particularly popular with mature couples and history buffs. The building was built in 1750 as a hunting lodge for the Earl of Warwick, and has views over the Cam Valley to the Mendip Hills and over the Chew Valley to the port of Bristol. Furnished to the highest standards rooms include a four poster bed, antique furniture, stunning bathrooms, direct dial telephones with data links, colour televisions and videos, and all have magnificent views.

You could go for traditional comfort at Toghill House Farm [map] at Freezing Hill, Wick. Hosts David and Jackie Bishop offer a warm welcome and provide bed and breakfast for business travellers and tourists. Accommodation at Toghill will be in one of the tastefully decorated double rooms offering high levels of comfort and privacy. All rooms have either double or twin beds with an en suite bathroom, television and tea and coffee making facilities. Combine this with a traditional English breakfast and you will understand why many guests return time after time.

Standing in one of the area's most stunning locations Cameley Lodge [map] at Temple Cloud near Bristol, is set in 60 acres of beautiful countryside looking out over its own lake. This makes for a perfect wedding, corporate event, or dinner dance venue, but is also ideal for simply spending a quiet evening dining in the luxurious restaurant. Accommodation is available in well appointed bedrooms, all of which are en suite and many have superb views looking out over the lake and countryside.

Groups may also wish to take advantage of the many activities on offer at Cameley including archery, clay pigeon shooting and trout fishing.

For something a little different try the Henbury Lodge Hotel [map] on Station Road. This lodge calls itself “the country lodge in the city” and it’s easy to see why, as it offers a relaxed and comfortable haven away from the hustle and bustle of city living. The lodge dates back to 1600 but various additions have given it its present Palladian Georgian Mansion Style. The décor is truly magnificent and is the perfect place to take a loved one for a special treat or anniversary.

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