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B/W Walton Park Hotel has a stunning cliff-top location, overlooking the Severn Estuary and Welsh Hills. It has spacious bedrooms, free private parking and free WiFi throughout. I adore the elegant, unfussy simplicity of the building, the rooms and the service. But above all, the location is unsurpassable. The view across the water is to die for. In my time I've stayed in some of the most exotic and celebrated hotels in the world, but this, above all others, is my favourite ...
Boasting garden views, Chacao features accommodations with a terrace and a kettle, around 9.3 mi from Ashton Court. This property offers access to a patio, free private parking and free WiFi. The flat has got a terrace with an untirely unspoiled view over the Somerset hills. It feels like a pastoral retreat after busy days in Bristol. The landlady is an extremely friendly person. She has equipped the flat in way that you won't miss anything.
The Star Inn has a bar, shared lounge, a garden and terrace in Clapton in Gordano. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a children's playground. Staff very pleasant, room good, bed comfy. Food was fine nicely cooked breakfast (but could have usefully added fruit or juice and a choice of brown toast) and a good evening meal - a limited menu but it is only a small rural pub. Very convenient for Tyntesfield National Trust and also for Clifden Suspension Bridge and not very far from the M5
Clevedon is a beautiful little resort with a lot of character. Beautiful views and lovely walks. The Salthouse pub and carpark are right next to a play area with a mini train that goes around the park. Other facilities include mini-golf, tennis courts, a small skate park and picnic areas. Other small pubs on the seafront as well as arcades and ice cream parlours. Oh and the fish and chips are great too! The pier is cute and the water sports include the chance to hire boats and body boards. Swimming here is very popular!
Clevedon is a lovely town and has been updated over the years, there are many cafes and restaurants in Hill Road and along the sea front. It's family friendly, and also good for those looking to do water sports etc.
Not a beech for walking on but lovely scenic views. Walk along the front is nice with a free Seawater lake for swimming in if you can stand the cold. Very steep walking hills in some parts. Historic pier with fees to access and face mask mandatory.
We found Clevedon a charming place. It is a little hilly away from the front. Parking is quite hard at the front but you do get 3hrs free . Beach is rocks and pebbles but we watched lots of children having fun.. Lots of places for food and drinks
Room was very noisy , i guess some of water pipe passing through the room and whole night water noise disturb my sleep. room wasn't worth of £144 Per night . Breakfast was good . the best things was reception . i reach late around 10.30 pm and reception was open and there was one boy he was very welcoming . i would like to say him many thanks for his great welcome
This was a nice little town. We visited the pier the first day we arrived, it was a lovely view and had a planter trail to entertain the children. Unfortunately, I was wearing the 'wrong' shoes to walk on it as my high heels fitted between the boards! We also visited the Outlook which had beautiful views. There are many places to visit around Clevedon, we went to the Craft Village and some local National Trust houses. Close enough to go to Bristol or Bath, Cheddar Gorge, Wells, etc.
Accomodation was great, food was amazing. Very happy will be booking back in in Jan21
Lovely breakfast!lovely family run guesthouse with superb parking!
The staff great the food Exelent great experience