Bed & Breakfast
Built in 1901 this fine Victorian house has been not only a home, but during war time was the headquarters of the local ARP and home guard. Nailsea is famous for its production of glass which has become highly sought after. Not only did the Nailsea Glassworks produce window and bottle glass but at the end of the working day the excess glass was used to make such things as decorative walking sticks, rolling pins, friggers, knitting needles and bottles. There was also a great deal of coal mining to feed the furnaces at the glassworks and for many years production of the famous Coates Cider.
Tastefully decorated rooms with LCD TV freeview and DVD player, Tea and Coffee facilities, free Wifi Broadband internet, and free off street parking is available by arrangement.
We have, 1 Double room with en-suite, two double rooms and 1 twin room. Residentís dining room and lounge that can be used for meetings or just chat and chill out.
Within 2 minutes walk of the town centre with a good range of pubs, shops and restaurants serving English, Italian, Chinese and Indian cuisine and just 5 miles from the M5.
Bristol international airport is just 10 minutes drive.
Within a 4 miles are the National Trust properties of Tyntesfield House and Gardens and Clevedon Court and for younger visitors, Noahís Ark Zoo Farm.
Bristol Harbourside is about 8 miles, with many festivals during the summer, including Bristolís famous International Balloon Fiesta . In the same area is Brunel's SS Great Britain and Clifton Suspension Bridge.
Bath and the little city of Wells are both easily reached within 45 minutes, the journey to Wells taking you across the Mendip Hills, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Close by are Cheddar and the mysterious caves at Wookey Hole. Weston Super Mare and the famous pier, which burnt down in the spring of 2008 and is to be rebuilt.
82 Silver Street
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This page was last updated: 05 December 2012