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Temple Cloud

The family-run Cameley Lodge is set in beautiful countryside looking out over private lakes, 10 miles from Bristol, Bath and Wells, and 11 miles from Bristol Airport It is a small country hotel with free Wi-Fi access throughout. The family-run Cameley House offers excellent-quality food made using fresh local produce where available. Fly Fishing is available at Cameley Lakes.

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Hotels in Temple Bar

Part of the famous City of London, a bustling financial district and the medieval heart of the city, Temple Bar is conveniently located near some of London's most formidable attractions. Traditionally, Temple Bar was a barrier between the City and the Westminster, where it was alleged that the monarch would require permission by the Lord Mayor to enter the Square Mile, although this may have been a myth.

Temple Bar is particularly convenient for business travellers visiting the City, although it is equally suiSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION for tourists looking for excellent public transport links and easy access to the West End.

St Paul's Cathedral

Probably the main benefit of staying in Temple Bar hotels is that you'll be practically adjacent to one of the world's most spectacular medieval cathedrals. 111m in height, St Paul's Cathedral largely dates back to the 17th century, although the original church was built more than 1,000 years earlier. The cathedral was the tallest building in the capital until 1962, and is noted for its elaborate Baroque features and striking spires.

The Royal Courts of Justice

Just to the east of Temple Bar, and regularly open to visitors, the magnificent Royal Courts of Justice is an enormous Victorian Gothic stone landmark designed to emulate the appearance of a much older medieval building. The court, which was originally intended to be built on the banks of the Thames, was extended in the early-20th century and was pioneered by the esteemed architect George Edmund Street, who designed many other Victorian Gothic Revival buildings during his illustrious career.

Other attractions nearby

Take a long stroll or a very short Tube journey to Covent Garden, which is renowned for its thriving restaurant scene, souvenir shops and street entertainment, and is the location of the majestic Royal Opera House.

Temble Bar is also within easy reach of the world-renowned British Museum collection, the National Gallery, the famous meeting point of Trafalgar Square, and the vibrant bars and nightclubs around Leicester Square and Soho. However, whenever you want to escape the crowds, you can take the Tube to vast Hyde Park and wander through London's most famous public park, which was formed almost 400 years ago.

Where to stay and dine in the area

Popular accommodation establishments in the area include the deluxe, sophisticated Crown Plaza London - The City, the chic Grange St Paul's Hotel, and the stylish and more affordable Club Quarters St Paul's.

For some mouthwatering Italian cuisine, you can dine at the Strada - St Paul's restaurant, or consider visiting YO! Sushi for more delightful Japanese food. Other highly rated restaurants nearby include the Gourmet Burger Kitchen, the French-inspired Cote Brasserie - St Paul's, and the British-themed Garfunkel's Ludgate Hill.

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