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Ramada Bristol North, The Grange
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Ramada Bristol North, The Grange
"Hi Claire/Michelle Just wanted to say we had a fantastic time on Friday at Rachel and Andrew’s wedding. The venue and wedding breakfast was a big success with all our guests. Can ..." More

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This sprawling Gloucestershire village was once the home town of JK Rowling, author of the world-famous Harry Potter stories. It is claimed that she based the character 'Dumbledore' on her headmaster at the local St Michael's School, Alfred Dunn. She is also said to have played 'witches and wizards' with her friends the Potter children. The village has more than a best selling author as its claim to fame. Mentioned in the Domesday Book, Winterbourne has plenty of history to attract the residents and visitors alike. The church of St Michael's dates from the 12th Century and is located in a green and open area on the fringes of the village, its spire visible from miles around. Inside the church is a magnificent stonework at the alter depicting the Last Supper and based upon the famous painting by the great Leonardo da Vinci. Although a lot of the surrounding countryside has been lost to development, there's still plenty of green areas to explore and a walk to the fields known as the 'Cloisters' gives one a fine view of the Frome Valley and the Winterbourne Viaduct which carries the railway over the River Frome. There's also a large duck pond, popular with ducks, swans, fishers and walkers alike.


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Winterbourne CC (Cricket)
Winterbourne United (Amateur Football)


Flower Gallery Bristol
Mike Harbord Opticians Ltd


West Country Water Park(Water Sports)

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Crab at Chieveley (1.18 miles)

Crab at Chieveley

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AA Seafood restaurant of the year
Remy Award winner
Outstanding naturally beautiful location
Sumptuous rooms all individually designed after famous hotels around the world
Located three miles outside Newbury, perfect for horse racing

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Hilton Newbury North (1.58 miles)

Hilton Newbury North

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This modern hotel is well located to explore the surrounding area and there are a wealth of attractions to suit all ages. Stonehenge is a must see, while Blenheim Palace and ... More

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Travelodge Newbury Chieveley M4 (1.69 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Bell at Boxford (1.93 miles)

Bell at Boxford

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A traditional ‘Inn of distinction’ with FREE WIFI personally run by Paul and Helen Lavis, who have been your hosts for the past 21 years. Our trademark is a relaxing ... More | visit website

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Donnington Valley Classic Hotel (2.00 miles)

Donnington Valley Classic Hotel

AA Hotel of the Year - England 2008. 111 brand new air-conditioned rooms and suites and a new 2000 sq metre state of the art Health Club and Spa. Overlooking the 18 hole par 71 ... More | visit website

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Bunk Inn (2.35 miles)

Bunk Inn
Nestled in the heart of West Berkshire countryside, The Bunk Inn at Curridge offers a delightful menu with locally sourced produce at very reasonable prices. At our friendly bar you can find a selection of ... More | visit website
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Rookwood Farmhouse (2.42 miles)

Rookwood Farmhouse
Rookwood Farmhouse B&B offers a warm welcome a quiet and comfortable night's sleep just outside Newbury. It has two pubs and a restaurant/spa in walking distance as well as a golf course and driving range. ... More | visit website
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Vineyard at Stockcross (2.49 miles)

Vineyard at Stockcross
Wine. it's what we do', our passion for fine wines is at the forefront of everything that we do at The Vineyard. A 5-red star hotel and spa, located between Newbury and Hungerford in Berkshire, just ... More | visit website
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Hare & Hounds Hotel (2.55 miles)

Hare & Hounds Hotel
Ideally located just half a mile from the A34 and one mile from Newbury town centre, the hotel has been recently refurbished to reflect its 17th century heritage. The Hare and Hounds at Speen has been ... More | visit website
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College Mews at Pravonix (2.75 miles)

College Mews at Pravonix
Located on the popular development of College Mews Development and just a short walk into Newbury Town centre with its many bars, restaurants and leisure facilities. This Pravonix Apartment consists of 2 double bedrooms, one with ... More | visit website

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