A typical Victorian terraced house, but step inside and you’re in for a surprise. Sadie’s an artist and clever magpie, and her home is full of fascinating vintage finds – join her for tea, cake and chat in the kitchen.
Everyone sleeps well here. Bedrooms (one downstairs and two in the eaves) are calm retreats with hot water bottles and trays with nice things in jars. Breakfast can be downstairs in the kitchen or a DIY affair in the guest kitchen on the first floor (where you can also heat up supper if you want). Either way it’s a continental array of bread, jams, pastries, cold meats, cheeses, fruit salad and yogurt. If you’d like a cooked one head to nearby Porto Lounge, which is open all day.
The Bristol to Bath cycle path is nearby or hop on the bus and be in the heart of Bristol in 25 minutes.