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Ormonde House
19 Uphill Road North
Weston-super-Mare
Somerset

BS23 4NG | View map

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Very special Accommodation and Breakfast. In our gracious Edwardian Home. Our Master suite features a Jacuzzi for two. Following your day of site-seeing, pleasure or business relax in the indoor heated pool and sauna. Traditional English breakfast is served in the homely surroundings of the dining room.

Situated in one of Weston-super-mare's most elegant area's directly opposite the 18 hole golf course and miles of sandy beach, Ormonde House offers luxury accommodation and traditional breakfast to holiday makers and business people alike. The bedrooms all have their own 'en-suite' and have been individually decorated and furnished to give them a character of their own. They also include colour televisions. Our Master suite features a Jacuzzi for two.

Ormonde House provides an ideal base for touring the West Country and visiting the many places of historical and general interest. Bath, Bristol, Blagdon and Chew Valley Lakes, Cheddar Gorge and Caves, Wookey Hole and Wells are all within easy reach.

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