Covid-19 update

Covid-19 – update: Monday 23rd March

 

If you have booked a stay in one of our Hotels or Inns

In line with government advice about avoiding non-essential, travel, and the increased risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus we have now closed.

 

If you are due to visit during the closure period, regrettably we have no choice but to postpone your visit with the option to rebook any available date during the next 14 months. We are experiencing a high volume of calls so please email us at reservations@staustellbrewery.co.uk and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Our team are working as hard as possible to answer all enquires as quickly as we can. We’ll deal with guests in order of their arrival dates (starting with those due to arrive imminently and moving forward). If we haven’t managed to contact you before your scheduled arrival date, you will still be able to rearrange your break. We thank you for your patience and understanding at this time.

 

For arrivals after the 21st April bookings are as normal at this time.

 

Covid-19 – update: Friday 20th March

 

Responding to today’s announcements by the government, Kevin Georgel, chief executive, St Austell Brewery Family Group, said:

 

“In the short term we have an immediate challenge of having to work through the logistics, from both an operational and team aspect, as we temporarily close our managed pubs and support our tenants in light of the government’s instructions, which we respect and will adhere to.

The support from the government today came as both a huge relief and an enormous reassurance to the industry and will enable us to secure hundreds of jobs within our business.

In the coming weeks we will need to work through today’s announcement and the fiscal support the Chancellor has committed to providing and understand how we will use this to underpin our efforts in supporting our teams, tenants, customers and the communities in which we operate.

We know for so many, pubs play a key role in bringing together local communities and are a vital a place of sanctuary and will play an important role as the country comes through this crisis.

In parallel with the government’s instructions, and regular reviews of possible re-opening dates, we’re committed to working towards welcoming guests back into our pubs when we know it’s safe to do so.

We’re not through this, and like the rest of the country we will continue to decide how best to navigate the many challenges ahead. We continue to wish you and your families all the best during this time and thank you for your continued support.”

 

The Wellington is a much loved pub, well-known for providing a warm welcome, delicious food and great service. Light and airy, the dining area is spacious with modern and quirky decor, our patio and beer garden are perfect for alfresco dining and drinking. There is also a long bar serving a fantastic selection of real ales and craft beer.

 

Located at the top of the iconic Gloucester Road, which has long been seen as the epitome of the city’s independent spirit, with its collection of independent shops and quirky pubs and colourful street art. We are moments away from Bristol's Memorial Stadium and County Ground and only 10 minutes from Bristol city centre. 

 

We have 10 lovely hotel style bedrooms and are ideally located whether you’re in Bristol on business, visiting friends and family, or going to a sports fixture, a real home-from-home. 

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Within easy distance from many of Bristol's highlights including, Clifton, Bristol Zoo and only a short drive into Bristol City Centre.

 

We are also conviently located a stones throw from the Memorial Ground, home of the Pirates, Bristol Rovers, the university of Bristol and Southmead hospital.

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We welcome your dogs too!

We love dogs here at the Welly and we wouldn't want them to miss out on a little holiday too! 

 

There are some idylic walks in our local area and plenty of dog friendly things to do. The Welly is perfectly located on Gloucester Road, known for its trendy, independant outlets and oodles of dog friendly shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.  Just a stones throw away is Horfield common, a large grassy area with great views over North Bristol. That'll keep you happy and your four legged friends tail wagging for joy!

 

Your dog is welcome to join you in our bar and outside spaces but we do ask that you do not leave them in the room alone as it can sometimes be unsettling for them.

 

We want you and your best friend to be as comfortable as possible so we suggest, a maximum of 2 well behaved dogs, per room.

 

We have a couple of specially selected rooms where your dog will be more than welcome to join you.To ensure we allocate you the correct room please call us to book. Dogs are charged an additional £10 per dog, per night.

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