Situated mid way between Bristol and Bath , with train journeys a mere 7 minutes to either city, Chew Cottage is probably the most famous cottage in Keynsham !
Known as local landmark for the home of the Hobbit Door . Come and stay in our quirky Grade 2 listed cottage whose origin dates back to 1633 ! Located in a stunning conservation area the cottage boasts a gorgeous private country garden that leads down on to the River Chew. Fully equipped for upto four guests in two bedrooms, bathroom, Lounge and Kitchen/diner
Set in a perfect location with easy transport links the train station is reached via a stroll through the lovely park or use the buses or park and rides to explore the City centres . Great location for visiting Bath Spa University
Step outside the door for gorgeous countryside walks, stroll through the park or up into the high street which houses a great range of shops, pubs and café’s all within a few minutes walk. Keynsham has Waitrose, Sainsburys and Tesco supermarkets and a fabulous Farm shop and cafe
Great sports facilities with a new leisure centre, swimming pool and cricket club just a few minutes walk and Football and Rugby pitches a few minutes away
Bath and Bristol boast numerous attractions , Thermae Bath Spa, Pump Rooms, Jane Austen Centre, American Museum, Roman Baths, Christmas Markets, Theatres, Royal Crescents, boutique shopping
Bristol hosts Brunel’s creations of the Clifton Suspension Bridge, Temple Meads Station, SS Great Britain . Maritime history is the home of the replica Matthew , John Cabot’s ship dating back 500 years and the lively waterfront bars , clubs and restaurants make for a great night out.