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Amberley Guest House
Bed and Breakfast: 5913

Amberley, front view

Pets Allowed:   No
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   Yes
Bed And Breakfast's own web site
  • Easy access main routes, quiet location, off-street parking.
  • Free range eggs; local butcher for bacon/sausages.
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    You're assured of a warm family welcome, a peaceful location, and the best possible start to your day after a comfortable night's sleep at Amberley - we insist on quality beds with excellent support.
    Breakfast is cooked to order and includes free range eggs from local farms, and bacon and sausages from our local farm butcher. We're happy to cater for vegetarians and special diets - just let us know in advance, if possible.

    With easy access via the M4/M5/M32 and A4174 ring road, Amberley is close to Bristol's major employment areas, business parks and tourist attractions.

    You'll find us in a quiet, wide residential street just off the A38 Gloucester Road in Filton and there's ample free parking on the front paved area or on street.

    The en-suite bedrooms each have free WiFi, a writing desk, TV, hairdryer and hostess tray for tea/coffee/water.

    Within half a mile of Amberley are several pubs, restaurants and take-aways. A little further afield you'll find charming country inns or chic city restaurants; we'll be happy to provide directions.

    Amberley was built in 1906, during the Edwardian era, and the house has revealed a number of interesting features: original hearth tiles, old lamps and commemorative cigar tins are displayed.

    We accept reservations guaranteed with a credit/debit card, and our website has full terms and conditions.

    We hope you'll enjoy your stay in our home and if you need anything else to ensure your comfort, please just ask any member of the family.

    This property appears courtesy of ClickBedAndBreakfast.co.uk

    Double room
    Double room
    Amberley kitchen
    Amberley kitchen
    Single room
    Single room
    Amberley breakfast
    Amberley breakfast

    Pricing and Opening Times
    Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

    Per night, room and breakfast:-

    Singles: £50-£55
    Doubles/Twins: £75-£85
    Family room: - please telephone for availability

    0700-2300hrs for reservations.
    Rarely closed during the year.

    Family Rooms:
    Single Rooms:
    Double Rooms:
    Twin Rooms:
    Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
    Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.

    Sorry, strictly no smoking in the house.

    Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Vegetarian and others - please call to discuss.
    Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.

    Guest Book

    From Midlands/North:
    Exit M5 at jct 16 then A38 South for three miles to Filton roundabout. 2nd exit (still on A38), then 3rd right into Broncksea Road.
    From London/East:
    Exit M4 at jct 19 to M32 jct 1, then A4174 two miles to Filton roundabout. 1st exit on to A38, then 3rd right into Broncksea Road.
    From Wales/West:
    Exit M4 at jct 20, then M5 jct 16 (A38 Filton, Bristol). Then, as from North, above.
    From Bristol Centre: A38 north for 3 miles, then left into Broncksea Road at Filton (Northville) shops.
    Closest main line station is Bristol Parkway (2 miles). Also Bristol Temple Meads (4 miles).
    BY AIR:
    Bristol International Airport (13 miles). Bus to Temple Meads/Parkway rail stations, then taxi.
    BY BUS:
    Frequent service from city centre on no. 75. Alight at Filton (Northville) shops then walk left into Broncksea Road.

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