Brief Description of Hotel:
Set in acres of stunning grounds with far reaching views across to Wales this privately owned country manor house has everything you could want from a luxury boutique hotel and more.
Conveniently located close to Bristol and the M5 but set in luxurious and relaxing grounds, our “hidden gem” provides the perfect backdrop for a relaxing stay in one of our boutique luxury rooms and a real opportunity to get away from it all.
Rooms and Facilities:
Each of our 14 individually designed bedrooms, our fine dining restaurant and onsite facilities including meeting rooms, ensure you enjoy all of the luxurious touches and superior service you’d expect from a high-end hotel within a warm, friendly and relaxed setting. All with free WiFi and parking too.
All rooms have been individually designed by Fevzi Arikan to provide the ultimate in sophisticated style, elegance and luxury. Named and themed around the ancient civilizations of the Anatolian period, each one has a unique character that mirrors the historical richness of the period and makes the most of the individual features of the house. No room is the same.
Each room has its own en-suite bathroom, some with roll top baths and all with luxurious showers and comes with complimentary Bramley toiletries, made just down the road in Somerset.
• In-room massage
• Enjoy a stroll around the gardens or enjoy an afternoon tea, lunch or dinner in our fine dining restaurant.
• The Wave
The Wave is an inland surf destination where everyone can surf on consistent, safe waves all year round – just a 10 minute drive away! They are the first inland surfing venue in the northern hemisphere to use Wavegarden Cove technology providing over 1,000 waves an hour.
• Aerospace Bristol
Opened in 2017 and a 10 minute drive from Berwick is Aerospace Bristol – home of Concorde. The museum is dedicated to the history and future of the aerospace industry and engineering, that Bristol has been the home of for many years
On our doorstep is large shopping centre, The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, where you’ll find
high street shops surrounded by larger out of town stores. 5 minutes away.
The main reason for guests visiting Berwick is because of our fantastic food. However, we know that sometimes you want to eat out. The closest eateries are at a leisure complex at Cribbs Causeway where you’ll find the usual chain restaurants. For more interesting and independent restaurants, head to Clifton or Gloucester Road.
• The Coast
If you just want to be by the water, Portishead has a pretty marina just 18 minutes away and Clevedon has a pier and promenade just 22 minutes away.
Sand Bay is our closest sandy beach, 35 minutes away. It’s a large and relatively wild beach
with good views across the Bristol Channel to South Wales.
Bristol Golf Club is 6 minutes away.
How to get there:
Berwick Lodge is on the outskirts of Bristol, a short drive from junction 17 of the M5 and 15 minutes from central Bristol. Free parking on site.
Construction is underway for a new train line in Bristol which will make Berwick Lodge that little bit easier to get to.