Events & Attractions in Redhill, Bristol & Bath

Hillcroft accommodation is located on a small family smallholding in Redhill, nestled into North Somerset's countryside, just 1 mile south of Bristol Airport (yet out of the flight path).

Hillcroft welcomes guests who are travelling in and out of Bristol Airport, attending events at Aldwick Estate and Coombe Lodge, families visiting the nearby towns of Bristol and Bath, as well as groups looking for shared accommodation.

A short drive from Hillcroft Accommodation and you will find yourself in Bristol, Bath, the River Avon or the Mendip Hills, or beside the Severn Estuary or the Bristol Channel.

Guests are welcome to explore the small holding and visit the sheep and goats. There is a large paddock infront of the self-catering apartments, so children can play football and run around.

The small holding is surrounded by acres of countryside, farmland and woodland walks, and is home to many species of species of butterflies, birds and plant life.

There is a great pub within walking distance, so relax and start exploring!

Accommodation near Bristol


The vibrant city of Bristol is just a 10-mile drive from Hillcroft Accommodation, and offers a great choice of shops, restaurants, museums and theatres! There are also plenty of family-friendly attractions to visit including the zoo, aquarium and planetarium, plus Brunel's SS Great Britain.

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The historic city of Bath is just a 24-mile drive. With its renowned Thermae Bath Spa and impressive Roman Baths you can be sure of an interesting trip! Full of artisan and high street shops and eateries, Bath's weekly markets, historic attractions and impressive architecture make Bath a must-see!

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Mendip Hills

Just 8 miles away, flooded with spectacular views, and home to many varieties of wildlife nestled amongst ruins from ancient times, it's easy to see why the Mendips have been coined an Area of Outstanding Beauty! Explore hilltops, lakes, woodlands and grassy plateaus and a prominent limestone ridge.

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North Somerset Levels

Between Bristol, Weston-Super-Mare and the Severn Estuary, the extensive coastal and floodplain marshes of North Somerset Levels aprovide an important habitat for many species of British wildlife. As well as wetland birds and otters, the greater horseshoe bat calls the North Somerset Levels home.

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Local Attractions near Bristol and Bath

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Longleat Safari & Adventure Park offers a great day out for all the family. With a vast selection of creatures to see, visitors can also get up close to big cats...

Accomodation near Tynesfield House

Tyntesfield House

Visitors to Tyntesfield House will be treated to a magical mix of flower-filled gardens, wild meadows and woodland trials to explore. With loads to see...

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Cheddar Village

Known throughout the world as the origin of Cheddar Cheese, which has been produced here since the 12th Century, and is still stored in the Cheddar Caves.

B+B near Cheddar Gorge

Cheddar Gorge

Visit Britain's biggest gorge and take in the spectacular 450ft clifftops! Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the world famous stalactite caverns.

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Clifton Bridge

Spanning the picturesque Avon Gorge, the Clifton Suspension Bridge is a Grade 1 listed structure and has become a symbol of the city of Bristol.

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Brunel's SS GB

Visit Brunel's SS Great Britain to see the ship that changed history! When she was launched in 1843 she was called 'the greatest experiment since the Creation'...

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Chew Valley Lake

If you are looking for somewhere to catch a whopper, Chew Valley Lake is home to a monster pike with a huge 44lb 6 oz fish holding the current record!

Goblin Coombe Environment Centre

Environment Centre

Special walks, conservation courses & children's activities, Goblin Combe Environment Centre encourages visitors to discover and get back to nature.

Blagdon Fishing lake B&B

Blagdon Fishing Lake

With over 440 acres of winding water, the narrow lake of Blagdon makes it a great fishing destination for both boat and bank excursions!

Eating Out...

The Darlington

Highly Recommended!
Just 3/4 of a mile down the main road, or take the scenic route through the valley. Fantastic French chef offering the traditional favourites as well as contemporary seasonal dishes.


Yeo Valley HQ
Highly Recommended!
Just 5 miles away, also featured on 'Hidden Restaurants' is Yeo Valley HQ where you can enjoy breakfast, or book 6-10 weeks in advance for lunch!! Or turn up on a Thursday evenings between 6.30-9.30 for tapas in the garden (no need to book). Its worth visiting just to go here!

Lye Cross

1 mile away you will find Lye Cross Cheesemakers, farm shop and bus cafe! The Bus Cafe serves freshly prepared food with locally sourced tea and coffee. Great for a final bite to eat before heading to Bristol Airport.

The Ethicurean
Just 2 miles away you will find the Ethicurean which recently featured on 'Hidden Restaurants' featuring Michel Roux Jr, who spent the day exploring its produce, food fermentation and the culinary approach. Advance booking recommendedl!


Salt Malt Restaurant
Just 5 1/2 miles away you will find the Michelin Star Salt Malt restaurant which serves award winning fish and chips on the pretty banks of the Chew Valley Lake, where you can also take a fishing trip and catch a whopper!

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Event Calendar...

Bristol Harbour Festival

17th - 19th July
This annual free dance, music and arts extravaganza returns to showcase the city's incredible maritime heritage. The historic floating harbour takes pride of place during the weekend, celebrating its rich history with free, family-friendly activities on the water’s edge.

Bristol Balloon Fiesta
6th - 9th August 2020
150 hot air balloons from across Europe come together to fill the skies with colour in this 4 day event! Alongside the spectacular scenes in the sky, there are also a great selection of stands, fairground rides, food stalls and entertainment to enjoy!

Bath Folk Festival
15th - 24th May 2020
Celebrate the best of folk music in Bath during this 9 day celebration! A great event for musicians, dancers, music lovers and families to attend including live music, workshops, open mic and much more!

The Jane Austen Festival
11th - 20th September
Join over 4,000 people in Bath and take part in this much loved annual event to celebrate the famous works of Jane including; workshops, dances, balls, readings, talks, concerts and theatricals.

Valley Fest
31st July - 2nd August 2020
South of Bristol (near Chew Valley), Valley Fest will be opening its fields to play host to a family friendly event packed to the rafters with fun, food and music! With a nod to nature, enjoy freshly cooked organic food from the warmth of the fire pits, brush up your kitchen skills with masterclasses from top chefs and roam free!

2020 Dates TBC
Over 300 street art and graffiti artists will gather from across Europe in this free event held in Bristol's Bedminster & Southville areas.