The Ammerdown Centre B&B
The Ammerdown Centre is a well-established Centre open to all with a special emphasis on hospitality, peace and reconciliation.
It offers a beautiful and peaceful meeting place conducive to refreshment of mind, body and spirit as well as mutual learning and shared encounters. It provides this facility within a welcoming, accepting atmosphere which promotes mutual respect regardless of backgrounds and beliefs.
Local places of interest for our guests include:
Colliers Way - Discover the hidden valleys and byways of north somerset, where Roman legions once marched, miners toiled underground and coal and wool were the currency of success.
Radstock Museum (2.5 miles) - An award-winning museum that celebrates the coalmining history of Somerset both fascinating and informative.
Somerset Lavender Farm (2.5 miles) - The only Lavender Farm in Somerset is only a couple of miles down the road. On a nice sunny day, you could easily believe you are in the South of France! Well worth a visit.
Frome (7 miles) - Small historic market town with bags of atmosphere, some unusual shops and lots of lovely coffee shops and tea rooms!
Longleat (11.5 miles) - Safari Park, Stately Home and many other attractions.
Bath (13 miles) - A world heritage site well known for its Roman Baths and the recent addition of the new Bath Spa.
Wells (15 miles) - Englands smallest city and also one of the most beautiful, built around a stunningly beautiful Cathedral.
Wookey Hole (15.5 miles) - Britain's most spectacular underground cavers combined with many other attractions for the family.
Stourhead (17 miles) - World-famous 18th century landscape gardens and Palladian Mansion, owned and run by the National Trust.
Lacock (19 miles) - A uniquely preserved country village which dates back to the 13th century and which has provided the setting of many period TV and cinema productions such as Pride and Prejudice and Cranford.
Glastonbury (19.5 miles) - A uniquely atmospheric town which has been a pilgrimage place for many years.
Cheddar Gorge and Caves (19.5 miles) - Britain's biggest gorges and adjacent Showcaves creating a series of labyrinthine underground chambers accessible to the public.
Bristol (21 miles) -The largest city close to Ammerdown, Bristol successfully combines a unique maritime and architectural heritage with excellent tourist attractions and shopping.
Bowood House (25 miles) - Home of the Marquis of Lansdowne, this 18th century house also offers beautiful gardens and an adventure playground for children
Over 5,000 people come to Ammerdown each year, some to stay and others just for the day. Whatever the purpose of your visit - you can be assured that your visit will be enhanced by the special Ammerdown atmosphere: steeped in peace and serenity, within beautiful and tranquil surroundings, with a staff dedicated to making guests welcome and comfortable, and with excellent en-suite facilities and superb home-cooked food!
So do please pay us a visit and get a taste of the special 'Ammerdown experience'. We will do our very best to ensure that your stay will be as much of a blessing to you as it has been to countless people before.
'Ammerdown isn't meant to be a 5-star hotel - thank goodness! It is in fact in a class of its own. So many aspects of what you offer are beyond comments in a box, e.g. how can you rate the very warm welcome we always get, and the kindness and smiles from all the staff? And we have all of this at such a good price!'
||The Ammerdown Centre, Ammerdown Park, Radstock, BA3 3SW
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This page was last updated: 13 May 2019