Berwick Lodge is set in 18 acres of stunning gardens on the outskirts of Bristol. The hotel and grounds provide a tranquil location, ideal for relaxation, garden walks and getting together with friends over award-winning food.
What makes a stay at Berwick Lodge unique?
The hotel is renowned for its award-winning food, personal service and warm, friendly staff. Guests will love the unique bedrooms, each individually named and designed with a Turkish meets English luxuriousness about them.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Berwick Lodge?
Berwick Lodge has 12 rooms and suites in the main hotel, as well as 2 further bedrooms in the adjacent 'Mews' building. All rooms are individually designed and named after ancient civilisations in the Anatolian period - a subject close to Turkish owner, Fevzi's, heart. All rooms are furnished to a high standard and include bathrooms to die for! The sizable suites boast free-standing slipper baths, walk-in showers and his and hers vanity units, all beautifully adorned with Turkish tiling. Berwick Lodge is proud to provide guests with luxurious Bramley products, produced locally in Somerset. Free and strong WiFi is available in all the rooms.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Bristol area?
The vibrant city of Bristol is just 8 miles away, where guests will find an array of unique eateries, Banksy art, museums and a bustling harbourside. Over the summer there are a number of live events and festivals in Bristol - usually food related! - one to mention is, of course, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta which has seen visitors from all over the world in August, for the last 40 years. A little closer to Berwick is the home of Brunel's suspension bridge and upmarket area of Clifton, offering boutique and independent shops, restaurants and parkland. Large shopping mall Cribbs Causeway is a very short distance away, for shopping trips.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner are all served at Berwick Lodge, with menus changing seasonally. Restaurant, Hattusa, has been awarded 2 AA rosettes for its delicious and creative dining experience. The a la carte menu is regularly complimented by fresh ingredients grown in their own kitchen garden, and beef sourced from the farm next door. There are a number of high street restaurants in nearby Cribbs Causeway, as well as a huge selection of independent restaurants in Clifton or central Bristol.