Roundhill Farmhouse is set in the ancient village of Kelston, less than three miles to the World Heritage City of Bath.
Kelston lies to the west of the city and  is close to the River Avon, lying within an area of outstanding natural beauty. The village has a wonderful sense of community with a traditional pub serving delicious home-cooked food, the famous Bath Soft Cheese Company where you can sample freshly made cheese from their farm shop, and an ancient church where the the renowned architect Inigo-Jones (who’s coat of arms is prominent on many houses in the village) is buried. Once a year Kelston hosts a hugely popular traditional country fair, and the village also has the very first working lavatory, sat upon by Queen Elizabeth I whilst visiting her cousin at the stately manor house, Kelston Park.
Roundhill is within easy walking distance to the Kelston Roundhill which has spectacular circular views across Bath, Bristol and the Black Mountains in Wales. The river Avon is also a short walk away, from where you can join the cycle path into either Bath or Bristol.
The village has good local bus service to both cities or a taxi can be arranged from the house. Bristol International Airport is just 35 minutes away by car.

Both Roundhill Farmhouse and Kelston village have a rich history, and there is plenty to do for all the family nearby during your stay. See our blog for what’s happening locally and just let us know if there is anything you would like more information on.