Berwick Lodge

A Country House Hotel in Bristol, Bristol

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Berwick Drive
BS10 7TD

Berwick Lodge, Bristol

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Following five years of total regeneration, the unique arts and crafts manor house, Berwick Lodge, is now welcoming guests. This stunning boutique restaurant with rooms, has been lovingly restored to its former grandeur, blending the spirit and romance of the arts and crafts movement, with a touch of the East.Set in 15 acres of private gardens and woodland, the manor house looks out to the Bristol Channel and across to Wales. Despite this tranquil location, Berwick Lodge is just minutes from the M4 and M5 motorways, providing easy access to the whole of the South West of England, South Wales, The Cotswolds and Wiltshire.

The Berwick Lodge experience is unique. Each of our 10 luxurious suites and double bedrooms has been designed with its very own individual signature, to reflect the historic richness and elegance of the Anatolian period. Relaxation and comfort are our priority at Berwick Lodge, offering our guests all the best in modern luxuries, combined with good old-fashioned comfort.

Berwick Lodge provides the perfect venue for a stay in the South West, weddings ceremonies and receptions, private house parties, business meetings or small conferences. Whatever the reasons for choosing to enjoy the Berwick Lodge experience, you can be assured of our highest levels of individual attention and personal service which will make you want to return again and again. The stunning Berwick Lodge Restaurant delivers a relaxed and elegant ambiance, providing the perfect setting for great food.

We are proud to have Christopher Wicks as our Executive Chef. Chris has built an outstanding reputation in the region over many years and he and his team delight in dazzling and seducing the taste buds with a range of fabulous dishes inspired by the very best classic European cuisine.Our dinner menu is 35 per head. Lunch is 28.50.

The menu has been designed to offer the freshest seasonal flavours from the finest local ingredients.

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