Alveston House Hotel is a friendly, independent hotel, committed to providing excellent service with a personal touch.
With a beautiful licensed wedding venue, conference facilities and award winning restaurant, we are ideally located in the South West near Bristol and the M4/M5 Motorways.
We offer free parking to residents and guests. The hotel is non-smoking throughout.
Built in 1797 the hotel’s elegant period building has had an interesting past. Originally built as a private family home over 200 years ago, there is still a true feeling of family atmosphere within the hotel. It has also been a school for children with learning disabilities and later, an academy for soldiers. The hotel was also owned by a famous aeroplane designer, Captain Frank Barnwell, who built and flew the first aircraft in Scotland in 1910. He then went on to be chief engineer at British Aerospace.
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Our restaurant Carriages, named after owner Julie Camm’s passion for carriage driving, boasts an AA Rosette. Read the story of Julie’s success with carriage driving. Our tasty, high quality menu provides both choice and value for money.
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As noted by many other guests, we found all the staff to be helpful and approachable and the accommodation was fine. Also as noted by other guests, a true strength is the food, both dinner and breakfast. We understand that the management is promoting its dog-friendly credentials and our two greyhounds would recommend it as such. A great alternative to over-priced inner-Bristol hotels that we reached with ease after visiting the city.
Best afternoon tea we have had so far, even beat Harvey Nicks, lovely staff, first class scones and fresh sandwiches, lovely sofas by warm fire, what’s not to like, lovely afternoon spent with three other family members, who have been run off their feet organising Christmas.