The Moda House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

1 HIGH STREET Chipping Sodbury
Chipping Sodbury
BS37 6BA

The Moda House, Chipping Sodbury

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The Moda House is ideally placed for visitors to both Chipping Sodbury and Yate as well as the surrounding area including Badminton Bath and Bristol. At over 300 years old The Moda House is an exquisite and impressive 3 storey Grade II listed building. The house commands magnificent views of the town and the countryside beyond.

The town of Chipping Sodbury offers a wide array and choice of restaurants and pubs only a few minutes walk away. We take great pleasure in creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere that enables our guests to relax and unwind in a quiet and comfortable environment. It is a winning formula that keeps our guests returning time and time again.

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