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Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near Wraxall, Bristol From 35 USD

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Wraxall is a village located towards the west of Bristol in North Somerset. If you are staying near Wraxall, you can considering visiting The American Museum in Britain or The Trowbridge Museum, where visitors can learn more about the history of cloth production. Another interesting attraction to visit is the Farleigh Hungerford Castle. It is a historical building once occupied by the Hungerford family for a long duration of about 300 years. After which, a Hungerford descendant was forced to sell the property due to his enormous debts. The site has a dark past, and even houses family tombs and a collection of human-shaped lead coffins. This is an attraction that should not be missed! Choose from these great hotel and vacation rental accommodations near Wraxall, Bristol by scrolling down this page.

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