Historic Trym House

Historic Trym House


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Trym House is over 300 years old, and lies in the heart of Westbury on Trym, a beautiful suburb of the fine city of Bristol. Beautifully restored, with splendid gardens, the whole property is listed with English Heritage as a house of national interest, and as such must be preserved for future generations. Although we do not have any previous exchanges here, we have been Airbnb hosts for some time, and our listing and reviews can be viewed by copying and pasting this link into your browser https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/399681
There are three spacious double rooms and a samller, yet delightful 'cottage' style single room.
For a quirky view of Bristol, please have a look at the following link


More about us

  1. Retired couple

  2. Want to swap with NY to attend our daughter's graduation June 2014 and possibly Lexington, Ky, in September

  3. We will be a family of six - our two University student children and two grandparents

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
From Casa Mia, Bristol's only Michelin Starred restaurant, to excellent Indian take-aways, there are many splendid eateries within minutes walk
Cool bars
Quaint old fashioned English Pubs, or funky contempory bars
Cozy cafés
Independent coffee bars with excellent bakeries
Retail therapy
Some lovely local shops, or only 10 minutes by bus or car to major mall
Bit of culture
From the historic centre of Bristol, pivotal in the slave trade and setting sail to look for the Americas, to todays buzzy urban culture, home of Banksy ane world class Theatre
Walks in the park
The Downs - 650 acres of open parkland only minutes away
Spot of exercise
Walking, cycling, and all sports local - Surfing about 90 minutes
Day tripping
London, Bath, Stratford, Cardiff, North Devon,

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