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Welcome to Brockley Combe Manor

Address: Backwell Hill, Nailsea, BS48 3DA

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Just 5 minutes’ drive from Bristol Airport, this 3-star country house has views over the River Severn estuary. It offers spacious rooms and an elegant lounge. Guests can make use of the car park free of charge for periods up to a week by prior arrangement. A gym, tennis court and basement cinema (opens May 2013) are also on offer. Brockley Combe Manor’s rooms also feature a flat-screen TV and facilities for making tea and coffee. Each has an en suite bathroom, and many have a traditional free-standing bath or walk-in shower. A continental breakfast is served in the morning. For those who need to leave early, a breakfast-to-go package can be arranged. The city centre of Bristol can be reached in 20 minutes’ drive. Boat tours are available along the River Avon, and there are numerous restaurants to enjoy along the waterfront.

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Bristol Airport - Airport

Bristol Airport - Airport

Distance 1.52 miles (2.43 km)
Bristol airport is 9 miles outside the city centre, just off the A38. From London take the M4 until Junction 19, then take the M32 Southbound, this turns into the A38. From the North take the M5 until Junction 18, then the A4 towards Bath taking the A38 turn off. From the South take M5 north until Junction 22, then take the A38 towards Bristol and follow signs for the airport. Short and long term parking is available. Car hire is available from the airport. The nearest station is Bristol Temple Meads in Bristol town centre. Regular trains run throughout the week from Bristol Temple Meads station to London, Swindon, Cardiff, Bath and Exeter.

Long Ashton Golf Club - Bristol - Golf

Long Ashton Golf Club - Bristol - Golf

Distance 3.82 miles (6.11 km)
Situated just three miles from the City centre and the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge; Long Ashton is one of the area's premier golf courses. Founded in 1893 the course, which meanders along the back of a limestone ridge offers some of the best views across the city and the Mendip hills. Providing a true test of golf to players of all ability and complemented by a most welcoming clubhouse with one of the best practice facilities around Long Ashton is well worth visiting at any time of the year. Long Ashton enjoys a membership of some 800 members with healthy junior and ladies sections, yet there is always a welcome for visitors and is regarded as a club in which you will always receive a warm welcome.

Bristol and Clifton Golf Club - Bristol - Golf

Bristol and Clifton Golf Club - Bristol - Golf

Distance 4.15 miles (6.64 km)
Bristol & Clifton is a beautiful, undulating, country golf course of distinctive character, established in 1891. It is situated just 4 miles from Bristol and only a short drive from Brunels famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. Bristol & Clifton is not a golf club for beginners! We do expect that all your players hold an official handicap, can play to a reasonable standard, and will not hold up any play. We recommend that Stableford Competitions be the format for the day. Each player must have his own set of Clubs, proper golf shoes and is expected to know and carry out the normal etiquette of golf.

Woodspring Golf and Country Club - Bristol - Golf

Woodspring Golf and Country Club - Bristol - Golf

Distance 4.18 miles (6.69 km)
The 27 hole golf course designed by Donald Steel, Peter Alliss and Clive Clark, provides golfers with challenges that are testing, yet fair and enjoyable. Comprising the Avon, Brunel and Severn, Woodspring Golf and Country Club has been designed as three separate nine hole courses. Each nine has its own set of characteristics; the Avon is the shortest of the three and asks you to hit the ball strategically, making it more important to hit the ball accurately than a long way. The Brunel has some testing water features that come into play. With its small raised green, the iron play has to be impeccable if you are to play under your handicap.