Well Cottage B&B

Guest house in Bristol, Bristol

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The Common, Patchway
BS34 6AL

Well Cottage B&B, Bristol

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Well Cottage B&B offers the comfort and warmth of genuine character cottage accommodation in this attractively convenient Bristol setting. All our accommodation is located in a unique setting of converted stable blocks that date back over 200 years, with the added benefit of bedrooms at ground floor level and close to the M4/M5 Interchange-also convenient for A38 and A4174 that leads to all the surrounding areas and beyond, within 1/2 hour you can be in the historic city of Bath.

Here at Well Cottage Guest House, Bristol, we offer both self catering and bed & breakfast accommodation, “the best of both worlds”, in a cottage environment where we like to make you feel right at home from the moment you arrive until the end of your stay. We have a variety of cosy rooms available in single, double, twin and family size, some ensuite and some with shared bathrooms. We also have a three bedroom cottage that can accommodate up to six people, ideal for work colleagues or holiday makers from one night to as many as required.

All our rooms are comfortably furnished with multi channel TV and internet access. We also provide two well equipped guest kitchens to make your stay easier and more comfortable - particularly handy if you are staying for a few days or longer - where tea and coffee facilities are unlimited. We provide a freshly cooked traditional English breakfast, with sausages handmade by our local butcher who also cures our bacon and also supplies our free range eggs, also available is a vegetarian breakfast and an extensive breakfast menu, to be enjoyed in a relaxing atmosphere in our cosy homely dining room, we are happy to cater for any special dietary requirements but please let us know when you book.

We also provide two well equipped guest kitchens so that you can self cater and make your stay easier and more comfortable, particularly handy if you are staying for a few days or longer. “Offering the best of both world’s under one roof”. We are ideally placed for business and pleasure travellers as the M4/M5 motorway interchange is a short distance away and the city centre is easily accessible on a direct route by public transport or by car.

Well Cottage is also well placed for Airbus, Rolls Royce, MOD, the University of West of the West of England and many business parks in the north of Bristol. For pleasure travellers the area offers easy access to the idyllic Cotswolds, the historic city of Bath, Bristol and its surroundings.

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