Local history

Surrounded by beautiful green landscape, Audley Redwood comprises 106 retirement apartments and 20 cottages, all built to perfectly complement the local Georgian architecture, and offering exquisite retirement living.

Today's luxury retirement village sits within the grounds of the former Redwood Hotel and Country Club, which was built in 1898 and served as house for Sir Greville Smyth's ornithological collection.

The village also stands adjacent to the popular Old Bristolians Rugby Club, and is a short drive from the Victorian Gothic revival estate of Tyntesfield.

Tyntesfield is a Grade II* listed building with extensive gardens and panoramic countryside views. The place is surrounded by semi-ancient parkland with mature beeches, oaks and sweet chestnuts. What was once a family home is now owned by the National Trust and popular with visitors throughout the year.