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The Coach House Guest House offers Bed and Breakfast in a grade 2 listed former coaching house dating back to c.1750. It is set in the picturesque Hambrook conservation area. The Coach House has 15 spacious and comfortable ensuite rooms, a courtyard garden and ample off road parking in its private car park. It is ideally situated for both leisure and commercial purposes with it being less than 5 minutes drive from the M32 and M4 and the M5 easily accessible. The Coach House is 1 mile from Bristol Parkway station and its location offers a direct route via the M32 straight to the city centre of Bristol which is less than 6 miles directly south. Leisure:Bath, Bristol &The Cotswolds Its location offers easy access to vibrant Bristol, the historic city of Bath and the idyllic Cotswolds. Due to the motorway links it is ideal for a stop off en route to Cornwall and is a gateway to the outstanding scenery and attractions of the West Country and Wales. Business The Coach House is well placed for the University of West of England, Frenchay Hospital, Bristol Business Park, MOD, Friends Life, Emersons Green Science Park, Vantage Business Park, Airbus and Rolls Royce. Free wifi is available.
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"Our second visit at the Coach House.Enjoyed out stay again.Breakfast lovely as normal."
Stuart O - 2019-10-18
"It's all fine, but just needs tidying up a bit.The signs on the road front are lent against a chair, and the bins are all on show as you drive up the drive.The staff aren't stunningly welcoming but do enough.The deco is tired but very clean.My room was large with great TV and comfy bed.The breakfast was massive but not sure if the ingredients were very good quality.I would stay again because this room cost me £99 and all the other local hotel chains were £200 (which is crazy for North Bristol - you can get a stunning hotel in London for way less than £200).It kind feels like somewhere the owner doesn't visit to check very often and the staff do just enough to retain the desired profit to avoid a visit from the boss."
Peter W - 2019-10-17