The Oakhouse Hotel & Restaurant, Axbridge, Somerset
Axbridge is at the foot of the Mendip Hills and on the Strawberry Line. So whether you fancy a hearty walk along the Mendips, a stroll around the reservoir, a leisurely cycle ride, or even a historic walk around our old town, why not make a day of it and visit us in the medieval square in the heart of Axbridge.
The Oakhouse Hotel – Providing nearby accommodation to Bristol Airport
Bristol Airport Parking and terminal are situated 7 miles from The Oakhouse Hotel, perfectly situated for an overnight stay ahead of a flight or if you are flying into Bristol and looking for an idyllic Somerset hideaway. We provide a local taxi service to get you to the airport terminal which is a short drive on the A38.
Providing complimentary breakfast, free Wi-Fi, comfortable rooms and a relaxing view over the historic medieval square of Axbridge, we are sure you will find something to suit you at The Oakhouse Hotel
We have a varied menu offering, ensuring that you will find something of interest whether you are staying with us on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis, stopping by for breakfast or enjoying some tapas dishes from our bar menu ahead of your flight.
The Oakhouse Hotel – Providing nearby accommodation to Sidcot School
Sidcot School is one of the finest private schools situated in the South West and is less than a 5 minute drive from the Oakhouse Hotel, just outside the village of Winscombe. We are perfectly situated whether you are visiting your son or daughter whilst they are boarding or if you are attending an introductory school visit.
We have welcomed the families and parents of Sidcot School students for many years and are very happy to have you become part of the family for a few weeks with us if your child is attending a summer camp at Sidcot. We have a range of menu’s to hold your attention, a relaxing lounge area and 10 beautifully appointed en suite bedrooms.
Sidcot School, situated just outside the village of Winscombe can be reached easily via the A38 from historical Axbridge, less than 5 minutes drive. We are able to organise transport for ease of transit to the school on request for you.
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The local area of Axbridge…..
Axbridge is a charming market town on the edge of the Mendips, near to Cheddar.
Axbridge can trace its history back to the time of King Alfred – when it was one of the 30 places fortified to defend Wessex against the Vikings.
The Medieval square where the hotel is situated leads into the centre of this picturesque town.
Opposite the hotel is King John’s Hunting Lodge, an early Tudor timber-frame wool merchant’s house, circa 1500, the museum provides an insight into local history. Open March through until October.
Next to the hotel is the 13th century St John’s Church, dating back to 1245. The Churchyard contains a Commonwealth War Grave of a Dorsetshire Regiment soldier of World War II.
The Strawberry Line & Cheddar Gorge