Town & Country Lodge and 15 days parking

A Hotel in Bristol, Bristol

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

A38 Bridgewater Road
BS13 8AG

Town & Country Lodge and 15 days parking, Bristol

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The Town & Country Lodge is within easy reach of Bristol city centre and Bristol International airport and ideally located on the A38. All 36 bedrooms are furnished to a high standard and each has en-suite bathroom, television, telephone, ironing board, trouser press and tea/coffee making facilities. With extensive free parking, this hotel guarantees friendly and efficient hospitality in a comfortable atmosphere - and offers genuine value for money.

3 star rating

From: £52.50

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The young King Edward, who had only been on the throne for 3 years, was murdered at Corfe Castle, Dorset, probably with the connivance of his step-mother. Edward, later canonized, was succeeded by his half-brother Ethelred, known to history by the unfortunate soubriquet, Ethelred the Unready

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