OLD CHURCH FARM
Old Church Farm's humble name disguises its grander history. Formerly known as Alveston Manor it dates back a thousand years when it was King Harold's hunting lodge. Vestiges of the original building survive, however, it underwent several periods of change in the Tudor times (when two extra wings were added) and in the 20th Century when a staff wing was constructed.
The drawing room and Snug have ornate Tudor ceilings which have survived in remarkable condition. From 1960 until 2017 it was owned by Rolls Royce and was used as a venue for entertaining foreign and local dignitaries.
Christopher and Kate Trim bought the property from them and opened it as guest house with conferencing facilities. It was awarded and retained the coveted AA 5 Star Gold Award every year since opening in 2018 along with the AA Breakfast Award and Dinner Award (Kate is a trained Cordon Bleu cook who cooks fresh fayre daily). In 2022 Old Church Farm was awarded Guest House and B&B of the Year in the Bristol, Bath and Somerset Tourism Awards.
If you are looking for a relaxing and informal stay with great food and within an easy drive to Chepstow, Bath, Badminton and Cheltenham then you will find a warm welcome here.