Redwood Hotel & Country Club

Beggar Bush Lane, Failand, Bristol, England, BS8 3TG, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $102.00
 

Travel Blogs from Bristol

Afternoon Tea for Two

A travel blog entry by jsafnuk

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Today we left the home of the Beatles behind and traveled onto Cardiff. We made our first successful train transfer and made it here with no difficulties. Once in the city we checked in and began exploring. We decided to go for a traditional English afternoon tea at Pettigrew Tea Rooms. It was delicious! We had a choice of three sandwiches, tea, and a slice of ...

Gun-running at Gatwick

A travel blog entry by 5howarths

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... us brekkie and wave us off. Aunty Weezy took us to Gatwick where all went well until the nice security lady unzipped Lenny's bag to find his unauthorised nerf gun. Supervisor...long wait...being stared at by passersby...

So we are about to board!

More later.
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Burton to Bath

A travel blog entry by kay27

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... sitting there would become wallflowers Bath Abbey - the number of wall tablets second only to Westminster Abbey The Roman Baths (£14 entry) - 1.25 million litres of water a day Lunch at Bill's - really well-fitted out shop/restaurant; grilled haloumi and crab/corn cakes with mango relish (yum!) Shopped... - Anthropologie - lots of shoe shops here Left Bath and went to Lacock (recommended by ...

Cambridge to Castle Combe, via "the other place"

A travel blog entry by kay27

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... arriving at The Old House at Home in Burton (not actually on Castle Combe), had a drive around the area and went to Castle Combe... - a very quaint, idyllic village (hopefully the photos will show that!) Dinner back at "The Old House"...Mum had pork tenderloins, veges and mash; I had a rump steak with triple cooked chips (sounded better than they tasted). Cost = ...

Bound for Bath and Bristol

A travel blog entry by kristinaclark

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... took place. Bristol was the port where the slaves were brought in and sold to England. When the anti-movement occurred in England, the English had no problem banning slavery in the country of England, but they didn't ban it in the empire that England had amassed. So Bristol then became the port where all of the goods produced in England's colonies (by slaves) came through.
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Beggar Bush Lane, Failand, Bristol, is near Clifton Suspension Bridge, Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, Ashton Court, and The David Lloyd Club.
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