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THINGS TO DO...

Things to do at Hillcroft during your stay...

Hillcroft accommodation is located on a small family smallholding in Redhill, where Andrea and Dan Doughty live with their 4 children.

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

The small holding is surrounded by acres of countryside, farmland and woodland walks, and there is a good pub within walking distance, so relax and start exploring!

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Welcome To North Somerset

North Somerset extends from the River Avon in the north to the Mendip Hills in the south. To the west lie the Severn Estuary and Bristol Channel.
 
Along this coastline lie the extensive North Somerset Levels and the popular seaside resorts of Clevedon and Weston-super-Mare. Inland, take the chance to explore the Mendips.

The area offers bustling towns, peaceful villages, breath-taking coastline, supeb sandy beaches and unspoilt countryside..

bristol Bristol
Bristol is just a short drive from Hillcroft accommodation and offers everything you could wish for from great shopping and nightlife, to museums, theatres and museums. Bristol offers something for everyone and a great day out for the whole family. There are plenty of great places to wine and dine, and kids love the zoo, ice rink, aquarium, planitarium, and stepping aboard Brunel's ss Great Britain.
Visit: www.visitbristol.co.uk

bath Bath
A beautiful city packed full of history and character! It is a designated World Heritage site and offers visitors so much to see and do; from the ancient Roman Baths, to the natural hot water spa, great shopping, and eating out in cosy restaurants hidden within the city vaults. Bath is great for music, shows, culture and atmosphere - you must visit Bath at least once. You will not be dissapointed!
Visit: www.visitbath.co.uk

wells Wells
The City of Wells in Somerset with its historic centre, magnificent cathedral, and moated Bishop's Palace is a must to visit! You will find great places to eat and drink in a city packed full of charactor and history! Wells is close to the Mendip Hills, Somerset Levels, Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole, Kilver Court Gardens and Glastonbury Abbey. 
Visit: www.wellssomerset.com

accommodation near the mendip hills The Mendip Hills
The Mendips run east from Weston-super-Mare to Frome. The higher western part of the Mendips is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Wrington Hill, near Congresbury, has magnificent views over the countryside. The Mendips are popular with holiday makers, and outdoor activities are on offer including climbing, hill walking, abseiling, fishing, mountain biking and horse-riding.
Visit: www.mendiphillsaonb.org.uk

North Somerset Levels

The North Somerset Levels
An area of low-lying wetland beside the Severn Estuary between Weston-super-Mare and Bristol. An important natural habitat, the Levels has many species of wetland birds, including snipe and lapwings, and it is also home to the rare greater horseshoe bat. Otters are also beginning to make a come back!
Visit:www.wildlifetrusts.org

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OTHER LOCAL ATTRACTIONS...
t Safari Park

Longleat safari park

Longleat Safari & Adventure Park
Longleat has been one of the UK’s best-loved attractions for over 60 years. It features an extensive Safari Park, is home to BBC Animal Park and CBBC Roar and also has over 15 fabulous attractions, including the new multi million pound Jungle Kingdom and Longleat House, one of the most stunning stately homes in Britain
Visit: www.longleat.co.uk/


accommodation near tyntesfield house

Tyntesfield House
Just 7 miles from Bristol, Tyntesfield is home to a Spectacular Victorian Gothic mansion, flower filled gardens, woodland trails, a working kitchen garden, sprawling wild flower meadows, 3 outdoor play areas, 2 cafes, and shop. Whether you enjoy exploring history, the outdoors, music, or good food, with each visit there’ll be something new to discover.
Visit:www.nationaltrust.org.uk/tyntesfield/


cheddar village

Cheddar Villiage
Cheddar is unique. Its distinguishing feature is the natural phenomenon of Britain’s largest Gorge. The Cheddar Yeo in Gough’s Cave is Britain’s biggest underground river, and the Gorge Cliffs are Britain’s highest inland limestone cliffs.
Visit:www.cheddarvillage.org.uk


cheddar gorge

Cheddar Gorge
A Site of Special Scientific Interest because of the calcareous grassland, Karst limestone buttresses and Horseshoe Bats.  Home to Cheddar Pink flowers, peregrine falcons, and soay sheep. Beneath the surface lies an extensive underground network of caves and caverns that route water from the Mendip plateau down to the public showcaves.
Visit:www.cheddargorge.co.uk


Wookey Hole

Wookey Hole
Another great day out for the whole family!
Explore the history of the caves - from cave man to pagan and christian legends... Visit the witches kitchen, the cave museum, the magical mirror maze, the fairy garden and try some cave aged cheddar.
Visit: www.wookey.co.uk


Gough's cave

Gough's Cave
Gough's Cave is an internationally famous archeological site because of its Late Upper Paleolithic finds (12-13,000 years old) and contained Britain’s oldest complete skeleton (9,000 years old). The Gorge itself lies within the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Visit: www.cheddargorge.co.uk/explore/goughs-cave


Aldwick court and vinyard

Aldwick Court & Vineyard
Aldwick Court Farm centres on a 17th century farmhouse complex surrounded by over three hundred acres of cultivated fields aside native woodland, and the largest vineyard in Somerset.
The vineyards were established in 2008 and 2010 and the first wines went on sale early in 2013.
Visit: www.aldwickvineyard.co.uk

Contact Andrea for availability and booking: bookings@hillcroftrooms.co.uk

ACTIVITIES...

Blagdon Fishing Lake

Blagdon Lake covers 440 acres and is classified as a SSSI by Natural England for its’ wildflower meadows and bird populations. The long, narrow shape makes it ideal for both boat and bank fishing.

Visit: bristolwaterfisheries.co.uk

Chew Valley Lake

Chew Valley Lake is home to monster pike with the lake record currently sitting at 44lb 6oz!

Also visit Salt Malt - the award winning Michlin star restaurant set on the stunning waterside location of Chew Valley Lake.

Visit: bristolwaterfisheries.co.uk



Mendip Snowsport Centre

If you are looking for an action packed day out you will love Langford Ski and Snow Centre!
Skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing, absailing and more...

Visit: mendipsnowsport.co.uk


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2016 EVENTS...


bristol international balloon festival accommodation

Bristol Baloon Fiesta


11th - 14th August

Enjoy four fantastic days of free family fun at the 37th International Bristol Balloon Festival. Baloons will be launched between 6am and 6pm each day - weather permitting. Firework displays and night glows also planned for the evenings.

Hillcroft accommodation is perfectly situated for Balloon Festival visitors. Book one of our comfortable rooms, or pitch a tent in the paddock!
Visit: bristolballoonfiesta.co.uk


shakespear festival


Bristol Shakespear Festival


8th June - 29th July

The Bristol Shakespeare Festival running since 2004 is passionate about bringing the freshest, most exciting productions of Shakespeare's plays to some of Bristol's most beautiful and unusual spaces every summer during the month of July.

Visit: visitbristol.co.uk/shakespear


glastonbury festival 2016

Glastonbury Festival

22 - 26th June 2016

This year's line up will not dissapoint! Adele, Muse, Foals, Madness, Coldplay and Squeeze are among the artists that will make Glastonbury 2016 bigger and better than ever!

Hillcroft accommodation is perfectly situated for Glastonbury festival-goers travelling via Bristol Airport. We are less than a mile from Bristol Airport on a small holding offering comfortable rooms and camping. The perfect place to prepare for / recover from an epic weekend!

Visit: glastonburyfestivals.co.uk










bristol harbour festival

Bristol Harbour Festival

15 - 17th July 2015

Echo and the Bunnymen open the festival on 15th July! If you are a fan of arts, circus, dance, music, boats, nautical capers, good food and drink and general enjoyment - make sure you put that weekend in your diary.

Hillcroft accommodation is perfectly situated for Bristol Harbour Festival!

Visit: bristolharbourfestival.co.uk


Also Worth a Visit...

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm >

Bristol Zoo >

Bristol Science Museum >


Clarks Village Outlet Shopping >

Bristol Hippodrome >

Yeo Valley Farm >

Weston Super Mare Carnival >

Ashton Court >

Paxton Park >


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Food & Drink...

The Plough Inn (5 min drive)>
3 minute drive

The Bungalow Inn >
- Family friendly, 5 min walk

Lye Cross Farm Shop >
- 5 minute drive

Subway Bristol Airport >
- 5 minute drive

Zaza Bazaar >
- Bristol city centre


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HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION

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We are the closest accommodation to Bristol Airport (1 mile) making Hillcroft the perfect accommodation for your stop over... We have 2 self-catering holiday accommodations (sleeping 6-8) surrounded by acres of countryside, farm and woodland. Check availability and book Bristol Airport and self-catering holiday accommodation safely and securely online...



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Hillcroft Accommodation, Firtree Farm, Ashford Road, Redhill, Bristol. BS40 5TH

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