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Information

Please note that we do not accept dogs, cats or other small pets. We can accommodate horses or ponies on good quality grass livery for guests staying at our B&B and we have excellent off-road riding on the Mendip Hills virtually on our doorstep.

Prices

We aim to offer extremely good value for money whilst maintaining high standards, please ring or email to discuss your requirements. We can offer single, double, twin, and group occupancy. Prices depend on number of nights and occupancy, type of accommodation, etc. Prices are room only.

Single occupancy £60/night including continental breakfast; £55/night room only

Double/Twin £75/night including continental breakfast; £60/night room only (2 or more nights room only £55/night)

Family/triple (1 double, 1 single bed for 2 adults & 1 child) £85/night including continental breakfast

Family (adjacent rooms for 2 adults, 2 children) £95/night including continental breakfast

Holiday caravan (up to 4 persons) £80/night minimum stay 2 nights

Large group weekend stays are available self-catering (catering can be provided), minimum 2 night stays. Please contact us for details of what's on offer here at 'The Cottage' and other local properties. See our dedicated web site www.weekendinthecountry.co.uk

Guided walking, bushcraft and corporate activities - please see www.gowildevents.com.

Please telephone or Email: Cottage B&B us to make your reservation. 01761 463356.

 

Terms of Business B&B

For weekend / self-catering accommodation, please request our terms of business.

B&B/Room only

We accept payment by cash in pounds sterling on arrival, but regret that we cannot accept credit cards, debit cards, or cheques.

For the comfort of our guests, the cottage is strictly no smoking, although you may smoke outside.

We ask guests to check in between 5pm and 7pm (we do not accept arrivals after 10pm). Check out is by 10am. Thank you.

No liability whatsoever will be accepted for any accidents or losses occurring on or near the premises or in the grounds, including damage to vehicles.

We don’t ask for deposits, but do request notice if you decide to cancel your booking. We do not expect to have to make any changes to your booking, but in the unlikely event that a problem does occur we will, if possible and as soon as reasonably practical, seek to identify an alternative B&B of similar type and standard in a similar location. If you do not wish to accept a significant change or any alternative B&B we may be able to identify or we cannot find and offer you a suitable alternative B&B, you will be entitled to cancel your booking without incurring cancellation fees.

Except where otherwise expressly stated in these Booking Conditions, we shall not be liable, jointly or individually, for any changes, cancellations, effect on your holiday, loss or damage suffered by you or for any failure by us to perform or properly or promptly perform any of our respective obligations to you which is due to any event(s) or circumstance(s) beyond our reasonable control. No compensation, expenses, costs or other sums of any description (including without limitation the cost of securing an alternative property/ accommodation) will be payable in any circumstances by us to you.

We aim to ensure that the information provided to you about our B&B is accurate. However, information, facilities and prices do change from time to time and may be different to that advertised. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of all information, changes and errors occasionally occur. You may find small differences between the actual property and its description, as we are always seeking to improve our property and the facilities, and occasionally problems can mean that some facilities may not be available.

Please note that the cottage is currently not suitable for the disabled, although it may be suitable for people with certain special needs. If anyone in your party is disabled or has special needs, we must be informed at the time of booking so we can advise whether the property is suitable or not.

Evening meals

Our village has numerous pubs serving food and we will make recommendations in your confirmation email.

Parking & evening meals

There are two spaces on the drive in front of the garage but please park close to the house on the left to allow a car to pass. If you are leaving very early in the morning, please park on the gravelled verge just before the house (if approaching from the B3134) close to the hedge. Please do not park on the grass immediately in front of the house. Thank you. We can offer limited airport parking to B&B guests, by prior arrangement only (free for 1 week with 1 night accommodation). Cars are parked at our property entirely at the owners risk and no liability will be accepted for any damage, accidents or losses. Airport transfers are available from local taxi firms.

Directions & getting here

BY CAR

FROM M5 / NORTH: (about 35 minutes from the motorway)

Leave the M5 at the Gordano Services junction. Take the A369 towards Bristol - you'll go through Abbots Leigh and down a very steep hill. At the end of this road, you will reach a half-roundabout - go straight across, under a small flyover and around to the right.

This brings you onto the A370 heading out of Bristol. Follow this road - goes up a long hill, then turns into dual carriageway. Shortly after end of dual carriageway you'll see a slip road off to the left - the B3130 to Barrow Gurney - follow this road around, turning right onto the B3130. At the end of the B3130, turn right at the traffic lights onto the A38.

Stay on the A38 and go past Bristol Airport. After the airport you'll go down a huge hill - Redhill - also the name of the village on the hill. At the bottom, there are a couple of bends, then a turning on the left marked to Blagdon & Burrington. Turn left there, and go to the end. At the end, turn right onto the A368 (ignoring the sign to Blagdon pointing left), then take the second left (B3134) to Burrington Combe - travel up the Combe to the top, where you'll see a turning on the left to Blagdon. This is Ellick Road. Turn into Ellick Road, go past the small lane called Newfields (please do not turn into this lane, it is a private drive) and we're the first white cottage on the left.

FROM M4 / BRISTOL: (about 40 minutes from the motorway outside of rush hour, up to 1.5 hours in rush hour)

Leave the M4 at the Bristol junction and travel into Bristol on the M32. Follow signs for Bristol Airport.

Go past Bristol Airport. After the airport you'll go down a huge hill - Redhill - also the name of the village on the hill. At the bottom, there are a couple of bends, then a turning on the left marked to Blagdon & Burrington. Turn left there, and go to the end. At the end, turn right onto the A368, then take the second left (B3134) to Burrington Combe - travel up the Combe to the top, where you'll see a turning on the left to Blagdon. This is Ellick Road. Turn into Ellick Road, go past the small lane called Newfields (please do not turn into this lane, it is a private drive) and we're the first white cottage on the left.

FROM M5 / WESTON SUPER MARE JUNCTION: (about 25 minutes from the motorway)

Leave the M5 at the Weston Super Mare junction. Take the A370 travelling towards Bristol. At the traffic lights on a sharp bend at Congresbury, turn right towards Langford / Churchill. When you reach the mini roundabout turn right and almost immediately afterwards, at Budgens garage, turn right onto the main A38. Within a few yards, turn left into a small lane called Says Lane. At the end of Says Lane turn left onto the A368. Take the next turning right into the (B3134) to Burrington Combe - travel up the Combe to the top, where you'll see a turning on the left to Blagdon. This is Ellick Road. Turn into Ellick Road, go past the small lane called Newfields (please do not turn into this lane, it is a private drive) and we're the first white cottage on the left.

FROM A36/SOUTH:

From Salisbury take the A36 towards Warminster. Don't go into Warminster, but continue on the A36 around Warminster until you come to a roundabout with a turning left onto the A362 (signposted to Frome, Cley Hill, and/or Longleat).

You will pass Cley Hill on your right (big hill-fort, can't miss it!) and go right at a mini roundabout near the entrance to Longleat. After several miles, you will come to a 'T' junction - turn left here onto the A361 and continue on the A361 around Frome and towards Shepton Mallet.

At Shepton Mallet you will reach a large crossroads, turn right here onto the A37 towards Bristol. After a couple of miles you will see a garage and pub on the right and on that crossroads, turn left onto the B3135.

Continue on the B3135, going straight across a staggered crossroads (crossing the B3139) then continue on the B3135, going across a crossroads with traffic lights at Green Ore (crossing the A39). Continue along the B3135 and take the second turning on your right onto the B3134. Continue on the B3134, along the top of the Mendip Hills.

As you drop down the other side of the hill, do not take the road called 'Two Trees' signposted to Blagdon, but slow down a bit (!) and continue a little further and you will come to the 'North Somerset' County sign on the left-hand side of the road - turn right here into Ellick Road. Once in Ellick Road, go past the small lane called Newfields (please do not turn into this lane, it is a private drive) and we're the first white cottage on the left.

FROM BATH:

Leave Bath on the A4 towards Keynsham. At the end of the dual carriageway just outside Bath you reach the roundabout with the pub - take the A39 and continue on this road without turning off (at Marksbury it becomes the A368). Continue on the A368 until you reach Chelwood roundabout - go straight across, continuing on the A368. Eventually you'll reach Blagdon village. Turn left, at the Seymour Arms pub, which is on a very sharp right-hand bend. This road is called Street End. Go up the hill until the road forks - take the right-hand fork, which is Ellick Road. We're the last white cottage on the right-hand side. If you see a small lane on the right called Newfields, or reach the main road, you have gone too far.

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We would be very grateful if you could follow these directions and not knock on any other neighbouring properties. If you cannot find us, please ring us on the number in your confirmation email. Thank you.

BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT

TAXI

We are about 10 minutes drive from Bristol Airport. Taxis are available from the airport.

IF YOU REQUIRE A TAXI TO GET YOU TO THE AIRPORT, it is ESSENTIAL to book it well in advance (as soon as possible) as they do become FULLY BOOKED and there is NO OTHER WAY of getting to the airport for early flights. We cannot emphasize this strongly enough. We are unable to provide lifts to the airport for guests who have not booked taxis. For airport taxis, please contact the airport’s dedicated taxi firm, Arrow Cars. They are available 24 hrs a day. Tel: 01275 475000.

For local taxis you can also call: Streets Ahead private hire taxi 01275 394949 / 07944 859974.

TRAIN & BUS

From Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station, you can get the Airport Flyer bus to the airport, then a taxi to Ashcroft. Alternatively, there is a bus from Bristol Temple Meads to Blagdon Village which takes a scenic route:
http://www.bathnes.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/F4D20603-2FB9-4E14-AA0D-0F20000DEDFB/0/Service672.pdf (copy and paste into your browser)