The Hunters Rest Inn

Clutton Hill, Bristol
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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 5
  • £68 - £130 per room per night

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Nestling in the beautiful Wansdyke countryside, The Hunters Rest enjoys a secluded, elevated position with delightful views across the Chew Valley to the Mendip Hills beyond.

The Hunters Rest Inn was originally built around 1750 as a hunting lodge for The Earl of Warwick. In 1892 The Earl sold his vast estate in Somerset and the former lodge became a smallholding and tavern supplying refreshment to the growing coal mining community. Over the years mining died out but the small Inn evolved to become one of the most popular in the area. 

Conveniently located for Bath, Bristol and Wells, this privately owned free house is renowned for its homemade food, well stocked cellar and warm welcome. In Winter log fires crackle in the hearths while in Summer their landscaped gardens are ideal for a cooling drink. This pub successfully combines the character and atmosphere of a delightful country Inn with the high standards and ameneties expected by todays guests.

With the conversion of the first floor, they have created five luxury, en-suite rooms each individually designed and decorated. Furnished to the highest standards their rooms include: four poster suites, antique furniture, stunning bathrooms, direct dial telephones, WiFi, LCD digital televisions and all have magnificent views, three with their own balconies.

The Hunters Rest Inn is the perfect base for discerning business people who are tired of faceless hotels or visitors seeking a relaxing stay in a traditional English Inn, surrounded by beautiful countryside.

For more information and to book please click the purple button which leads directly to their website.
 

 

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    Double En-Suite 

    Double Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • £68 - £95 per room per night

Both king size en-suite double rooms have their own balconies and come with antique furniture, stunning bathrooms, direct dial telephones, WiFi, flat screen digital TV, toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, Ipod docks and magnificent views.

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    Superior Double En-Suite 

    Double/Twin Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £73 - £105 per room per night

The superior en-suite double/twin room can be set up as a twin or super king double. It comes with antique furniture, a stunning bathroom, flat screen TV, toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, WiFi, Ipod dock and magnificent views. 

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    4 Poster En-Suite 

    Contemporary Four...
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    Sleeps 2
  • £75 - £120 per room per night

The en-suite contemporary four poster room comes with a stunning bathroom, flat screen TV, toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, WiFi, Ipod dock and magnificent views.

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    4 Poster En-Suite 

    Traditional Four...
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    Sleeps 2
  • £78 - £130 per room per night

The traditional en-suite four poster room has it's own balcony and comes with antique furniture, a stunning bathroom, flat screen TV, toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, WiFi, Ipod dock and magnificent views.  

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