Rural Accommodation

Regilbury Farm

Self Catering
£195.00
 -  £465.00
Notes : per week
Regilbury Farm
Regil, Winford
Bristol
BS40 8BB
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Description

Owner Information
Jane Keedwell
Bristol
Phone : +44 (0)1275 472369
We offer 2 cosy Holiday Cottages on our farm nestled in the charming and quiet village of Regil, in the Parish of Winford, in the beautiful Chew Valley. The village dates from before Doomsday and has a population of about 250 people.

The main farmhouse was built over 400 years ago and has been farmed by our family for the last 5 generations. Ours is a working farm with sheep, cattle, free range hens and we grow a mix of forage and arable crops. Being in Somerset we even make our own cider using apples from our orchard!

The Accommodation
We offer two beautiful recently converted holiday cottages on our farm. They are situated in the building that’s used to be the Old Cowshed and the Old Parlour.

Facilities: * Easy access to M5
* Close to Bristol International Airport
* Public Transport available "Valley Explorer" bus
which has bike racks and covers all the local area
* Children welcome

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Things to see and do in Bristol

Brunels SS Great Britain
Brunels SS Great Britain

Step back in time when you board Brunel’s ss Great Britain. Discover the true stories behind the ship that changed the world. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of life on board for Victorian passengers and crew. Descend under water below the glass ‘sea’ to touch the world’s first great ocean liner.
Haunted and Hidden Bristol Walking Tour
Haunted and Hidden Bristol Walking Tour

Hear about Clifton's ghostly Dwarf Highwayman. See Bristol's famous Haunted Cinema. Visit a 16th Century Haunted House. Hear about a Church and it's ghostly Monk. See where a Cook chased a Ghost! Visit Tv and Film locations and many fun & interesting sites!!!
Bristol Zoo
Bristol Zoo

Bristol Zoo Gardens is a 12 acre site in Clifton that is run by the The Bristol, Clifton and West of England Zoological Society Ltd. Awarded ‘Zoo of the Year 2004’ by the Good Britain Guide, Bristol Zoo Gardens has a continuous reputation for excellence, innovation, and dedication to conservation. It’s the fifth oldest zoo in the world and the oldest outside of a capital city, and a long established major tourist attraction in Bristol.
British Empire and Commonwealth Museum
British Empire and Commonwealth Museum

The award winning British Empire & Commonwealth Museum is the first major institution in the United Kingdom to present the 500-year history and legacy of Britain's overseas empire. The Museum opened in 2002.
Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery
Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery

Bristol's major museum and art gallery houses an outstanding and diverse range of objects, from sea dinosaurs to magnificent art. A visit to the region's largest museum and art gallery is guaranteed to inspire you! The City Museum & Art Gallery is situated in an Edwardian Baroque building in Queen's Road, next to the Wills University building. Inside you will see collections of regional, national and international importance. It is one of the few museums to have been awarded designated status by the Government - the mark of an outstanding museum.
Bristol International Balloon Fiesta
Bristol International Balloon Fiesta

The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is held during August in Bristol, England. Teams from the UK and other parts of the world bring their hot air balloons to the site and participate in mass ascents where as many as 100 balloons may launch at a time. The event is one of the largest in Europe and it is common to have crowds of over 100,000 on each of the four days of the festival. One popular attraction is the night glow, when balloons are inflated and glow to music after dark. These are held on the opening Thursday night at approx 9:30pm, followed by a spectacular fireworks display. There is another night glow at the same time followed by the fireworks on the Saturday night. Some people see these as the highlight of the fiesta. Another attraction is the large number of special shaped balloons which take off.
Bristol Cathedral
Bristol Cathedral

A church has probably stood on this site for over a thousand years but it came to prominence in 1140 when Robert Fitzhardinge founded the Abbey of St. Augustine. The Chapter House and Abbey Gatehouse remain clearly to be seen, the other remains are within Bristol Cathedral School. The eastern end of the Cathedral, especially in the Choir, gives Bristol Cathedral a unique place in the development of British and European Architecture. The Nave, Choir and Aisles are all the same height, making a large hall. Bristol Cathedral is the major example of a 'Hall Church' in Great Britain and one of the finest anywhere in the world.
Blue Reef Aquarium and IMAX 3D Cinema
Blue Reef Aquarium and IMAX 3D Cinema

The spectacular new Blue Reef Aquarium in Bristol's Harbourside takes visitors on a spectacular undersea safari. The £4 million re-development of the former Wildwalk building showcases native and tropical marine and freshwater creatures from around the world in naturally themed habitats designed to inspire deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world. Visitors embark on a fascinating journey from the British coast through warmer waters to exotic tropical seas. Highlights include a life-size recreation of a sunken ship, a Bristol harbour scene, a 'walk-in' seahorse display and a wooden footbridge, over the open-top giant coral seas display; home to tropical sharks and stringrays. The aquarium is also the only one of its kind in Europe to have its own IMAX 3D cinema. Visitors can watch a selection of stunning marine themed 3D films on an awesome four-storey tall screen as part of the admission price. From the hidden world of UK waters, the new aquarium transports visitors to the spectacular 'underwater gardens' of the Mediterranean and the stunning beauty of tropical waters - home to everything from sea horses and puffer fish to living corals and tropical sharks.
Clifton Suspension Bridge
Clifton Suspension Bridge

The world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge was designed by the great Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, although he never lived to see his creation finished in 1864. Its spectacular setting on the cliffs of the Avon Gorge have made it the symbol of Bristol, drawing thousands of visitors a year just to stroll across for views of the gorge and elegant Clifton. The free tours begin at 3.00pm every Sunday throughout the summer months (Easter Sunday to mid-Sept). Meet at the toll booth at the Clifton end of the Bridge and expect each tour to last around 45 mins. The guided tour is suitable for all ages and abilities - great for the enthusiast, the school project or for general interest.
Bristol Old Vic Theatre
Bristol Old Vic Theatre

The Bristol Old Vic is enjoying a renaissance in its fortunes. It produces award-winning and critically acclaimed classics and new works, a wide range of shows for families, as well as experimental work in its studio theatre. Since 2003, Bristol Old Vic's award-winning productions have included A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Comedy of Errors, Paradise Lost, Private Peaceful and Beasts and Beauties - "The first night audience did not exit from the theatre, they hover-crafted out of it on a balloon of bliss." (The Independent on Beasts and Beauties). Bristol Old Vic's home is a gorgeous Georgian auditorium in the Bristol's Old City quarter. Audiences have been coming non-stop since 1766. Now its Artistic and Administrative Directors, Simon Reade and Rebecca Morland, are propelling the theatre into the 21st century.