Hotel Accommodation Bristol Bath Temple Cloud
Family run small hotel
In a beautiful country setting
Tired of todays hectic life style?
People comment on the quiet, relaxed, friendly atmosphere at Cameley Lodge, yet it is only 1 mile off the busy A37.
The Hotel is set in beautiful countryside, looking out over Cameley Lakes in the parish of Cameley and Temple Cloud
There is nothing better than listening to the birds, whilst enjoying home cooked fresh food on the terrace and watching anglers casting their line at that rising trout. The Limestone Way meanders through the valley towards Cheddar.
Only 10 miles travelling to visit Bristol, Bath, Wells and 9 miles from Bristol Airport it is the ideal location to make your base when staying in the West Country.
Just off the Mendip Hills Cameley Lodge is a perfect place to stop if on a cycling or walking holiday. Bikes can be securely locked away overnight.
Trout fishing (Fly) is available on Cameley Lakes as long as the appropriate licences are obtained.
Cameley Lodge is a perfect setting for Conferences, Dinner Dances and Functions.
Places of interest close to Cameley Lodge are the World Heritage City of Bath, Bristol , Glastonbury, Wells - the smallest City in the UK, Frome - visit the Lions of Longleat, National Trust Properties such as Tyntesfield or Stourhead, Weston Super Mare, Wookey Hole Caves and Cheddar Gorge or a little further Exmoor or the south Coastal towns such as Bournemouth or Lyme Regis.
Typical Daily Trips:
Wells, Glastonbury Tor, Street -Clarks Discount Outlet Shopping Centre, Cheddar Gorge - Mendip Hills
Weston-Super -Mare - Burnham - Clevedon
Bristol - Clifton Suspension Bridge, SS Great Britain - Tyntesfield House
Longleat- House, Safari Park - Frome
Stonehenge - Stourhead - Amesbury - Downside Abbey
Bath - Roman Baths - Royal Crescent
Exmoor- Lynton and Lynmouth - Minehead
South Coast - Bournemouth - Lyme Regis
Cameley Lodge Racehorse Sponsorship
Photo to the left shows amateur jockey Myles Harris wearing our
sponsored silks at Wolverhampton
Photo below shows Arcanista and Myles before the
race at Wolverhampton