Accommodation in and around Clevedon: 5 stylish places to stay
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Whether you’re off on a summer holiday at the seaside or need somewhere to stay near Bristol airport – we pick 5 favourite bed and breakfasts and hotels in Clevedon
Take a rural retreat at Elm Tree Cottage
Notable for its “Beautiful décor and welcoming hosts,” Elm Tree Cottage has rave reviews on Tripadvisor – and boasts idyllic views over a far reaching panorama of countryside. Expect to find comfortable beds with high thread count cotton bedding, fluffy white towels and sparkling modern en-suites with powerful showers. Plus flat screen TVs and WiFi. Choose a freshly cooked breakfast from the menu, or just help yourself to the tea and biscuits in your double en-suite room. We’ve heard there is a relaxing walk in the local woods nearby – perfect for chilling out after eating that full English. £65 a night.
Stay at Alec and Maggie’s
If you want to feel at home during a stay in North Somerset, head to Alec and Maggie’s. The married couple have received five star reviews for their welcoming attitude and top cooking skills. Guests staying in the Air BnB property will have sole use of the top floor of the modern, clean and bright townhouse home. There are two rooms available with a shared bathroom. The room charge includes WiFi plus tea, coffee, milk, cereal and toast for breakfast. However if you’re feeling hungry then a cooked breakfast or an evening meal can be home made at an extra charge. From £31 per night.
See the sea at Walton Park
Over-looking the Bristol Channel towards the Welsh Hills, Walton Park Hotel enjoys a beautiful location in Clevedon. A well known venue for wedding receptions and full of Victorian character, the hotel is situated among two acres of landscaped gardens. The spacious bedrooms are individually designed and furnished to a high standard and all feature flat screen TV, complimentary beverages and WiFi. Head out the back of the hotel to discover the coastal path, where you can soak up the view and wander right into Clevedon. Room prices vary.
Relax at Taggart House
Set in an acre of woodland garden, Taggart house is a perfect place to unwind. Situated in the beautiful Gordano Valley between Clevedon and the marina town of Portishead, the bed and breakfast is newly renovated. Boasting some fab design touches from the big beds, a free-standing bath and powerful walk-in showers to under-floor heating for chilly nights. At breakfast time help yourself to crusty bread and a selection of cereals as you wait for the main event! Cooked breakfasts are made from locally sourced ingredients and there is a range of options, including the delicious sounding eggy bread with bacon and maple syrup! From £85 per night.
Chill out in the Rooms at The Cellar
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This boutique B&B is nestled within an elegant Victorian Grade II listed building. The Rooms at The Cellar are a stones throw from the seafront and Clevedon Pier. Reviewers recommend the sea-view room, however 100 per cent cotton linen, bathrobes, and a kitchen area are a feature in all. Wake up to a continental breakfast of fruit, yoghurt, cereal, cheese, ham, warm croissants and toast delivered to the comfort of your en-suite bedroom. From £110 per night.
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