Redwood Local Area

In good company

Audley Redwood is set within the grounds of the former Redwood Hotel and Country Club, originally built in 1898 to house the ornithological collection of Sir Greville Smyth of Ashton Court fame. The retirement village also stands adjacent to the popular Old Bristollians Rugby Club.

Nearby is the village of Failand, a charming rural setting, with the quaint original village of Lower Failand nestled beside it. Audley Redwood is also a short drive from the Victorian Gothic Revival estate of Tyntesfield, a Grade I* listed building recently acquired by the National Trust.

Charming Clifton

Between the pretty village of Failand and the vibrant hub of Bristol lies picturesque Clifton. It’s home to Brunel’s famous Suspension Bridge and boasts everything from beautiful walks to an array of independent boutiques within the famous Clifton Arcade. Bristol itself is a bustling city, built around the river Avon with a fantastic choice of shops, restaurants, museums and the world famous Bristol Old Vic theatre.

A county of culture

History and culture are in easy reach from Audley Redwood, close to the historic town of Bath and only a short drive to the breathtaking landscapes and dramatic coastline of North Somerset. The pretty spa town of Cheltenham and cultural hub of Cardiff are also within easy reach, as well as rural retreats such as the Mendips and the Cheddar Gorge.

Audley Redwood Retirement Village.