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Clevedon Court, Bristol

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Providing a convenient base from which to explore the West Country, Bristol offers relatively inexpensive lodging options, including boutique hotels, small B&Bs, and trendy self-catering apartments. Consider staying in the old town center, conveniently located close to Bristol's main road and rail networks. Options here range from modern hotels to vintage guesthouses, often featuring sunny courtyards.
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  • Visited after Tyntsfield small but nicely set out. Lots of interesting things to see well worth the visit.  more »
  • A fairly small but lovely building and grounds - well worth a visit. I have never seen it crowded - which is always a bonus. However it is only open at certain times during the week - best to check up...  more »
  • Spent a pleasant couple of hours at this NT property. It has a very good "lived in" feel with history dating back some 500 years. Garden is terraced and quite different from many NT homes, lots of gra...  more »
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  • Not too big estate and house but worth to have a look, if someone is in the area. Before we go, check opening times, as only certain days are opened and mostly afternoon. Had a nice small collection of art, and a lovely little garden to walk around. National Trust place, so parking and entry is free for members. Toilets, cafĂ© are available, there is no gift shop.
  • Great place for an afternoon out. Visited for the second time last weekend. Smaller than most National Trust houses but this means you can do it all in an hour if you just want a short outing. Look out for trick pictures and glass baubles with supernatural powers!
  • Pretty house and garden. House interior has interesting features
  • I visited clevedon courd whilst at primary school. Great historical place to visit, especially what lies inside with historical items
  • Having visited over one hundred different National Trust properties , this is a good and interesting place .