Quality bed & breakfast in comfortable & homely surroundings

Highdale B&B offers quality bed and breakfast in comfortable and homely surroundings. Located in the charming town of Nailsea, Highdale is conveniently located for business travellers with easy access to the M5, Bristol city centre and Bristol Airport. Nailsea supports a number of traditional pubs and restaurants offering a choice ranging from fine dining through to convenient takeaways.

Located in picturesque North Somerset, Nailsea sits between Weston-Super-Mare and Bristol City with easy access to many local attractions such as Wells, the Mendips AONB, the North Somerset Levels, Tintsfield House and Noah’s Ark Zoo. A perfect base for a relaxing few days away.

A good base near Bristol

Just 4 miles from the M5 motorway, 8 miles from the centre of Bristol and just 10 minutes drive from Bristol Airport and Tyntesfield House.

Free Wi-Fi

LCD TV with DVD player and Freeview in every bedroom.

USB charging socket in each room

Tea and coffee making facilities and hair dryers in each room.

Off Street Parking

Park your car for free at our off street parking area keeping it safe and secure.

Please use the adjoining Funeral Directors car park

Have a look through out photo gallery to get a feel for our beautiful rooms

Bedroom 4

Dining Room

Ensuite bathroom (Bedroom 4)

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About Nailsea

Nailsea is famous for its Glassworks established in 1788 by John Robert Lucas. Although the glasswork produced mostly low grade bottle glass, many of the workers continued with thier own projects after their shifts and these are now sought after by collectors.

Find out more about Nailsea

Find out more about our local attractions including Tyntesfield House

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