Welcome! If you are a business person who’s had enough of hotels or someone looking to stay where service is that extra bit special, look no further. At Crossover House we pride ourselves on providing well equipped bed and breakfast accommodation with our warm and friendly service.
Located in a historic village on the northern outskirts of Bristol, Lower Almondsbury is in the country yet only 15 minutes from Bristol’s city centre. Situated close to the M4/M5 Interchange, Crossover House is located 2 miles from Junction 16 and 4 miles from Junction 17 on the M5.
If you are visiting Bristol for business, traveling along either the M4 or M5 and want to break your journey or simply need a weekend away in the West Country then Almondsbury and our our quality bed and breakfast accommodation is the destination for you.
Come to Crossover House and see for yourself. We offer tastefully decorated rooms with the facilities that you would expect to make your stay outstanding. We understand that by providing well presented surroundings we are encouraging an enjoyable stay. After all, it's those little touches that make the difference. Whether it's the comfy beds, the quality linen or simply providing access to wireless internet we strive to provide 'the perfect stay'.
The local area is full of things to see and do - visits to beautiful gardens and castles, wildlife reserves, country walks, and of course shopping trips to both Bristol and Bath to mention but a few. So many its difficult to make choices. Crossover House has put together a series of Days Out to help you decide. Each gives a description of the attraction, round trip mileages, entry fees where appropriate, parking and most important recommended places for lunch or tea.
A picturesque village ideally located at the gateway to the West Country. Just a few minutes north of Bristol it is one of South Gloucestershire’s gems. From the top of the village there are wonderful views of South Wales, the Forest of Dean, the River Severn and both of the Severn Bridges. Close by is the Georgian city of Bath, the Slimbridge Wildfowl Reserve, the beautiful Wye Valley, and just over the Severn Bridge into South Wales Tintern Abbey .
Lower Almondsbury is close to Thornbury and ideally located for those wishing to visit the Mall at Cribbs Causeway BS34 and the Aztec West Business Centre BS32.
Thornbury - BS35
A small market town close by that was documented in the Domesday Book in 1086. Thornbury has a picturesque High Street and a castle designed about 1510 for the third Duke of Buckingham. It was never finished as he was executed by Henry VIII for treason.
Today Thornbury's population has grown to 12,000 and the town is twined with Bockenem in Germany. Each year, Thornbury has a number of events including a mop fair, a summer carnival and art festival.
Other villages in the area include Alveston, Easter Compton, Elberton, Olveston, Over and Tockington