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BristolBlaise Hamlet
National Trust
Henbury
Somerset BS10 7QY
 
 
Clustered around a village green are nine ‘rustic’ cottages. Designed by John Nash in his ‘Picturesque’ style, they were built in 1811 for the wealthy Bristol merchant and banker, John Harford who built Blaise Castle House.
 
Harford was a Quaker and a philanthropist and had these cottages built to house employees from his Estate who were no longer able to work.
 
These cottages are all different and have a storybook appearance having rubble walls, thatched roofs and Jacobean-style chimneys. The cottages are in the care of the National Trust but are not open to the public as tenants still live in them.
 
Visitors are welcome to visit the Hamlet Green, village pump and stone sundial.
 
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Contact & Further Information
Telephone  +44 (0)1275 461 900 
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Getting There
Blaise Hamlet is at Henbury
 
- By Car
Exit the M5 (South) Motorway at Junction 17 and then take the A4018 signposted West Bristol. Continue on straight until 3rd roundabout then take the right turn into Crow Lane passing a small bank of shops on the right. At the end of this road turn right into Henbury Road.
 
At the mini roundabout into the one way system, you will pass 'Blaise Inn' on your right. Continue along Kings Weston Road (B4057) to the large triangular intersection then follow the National Trust signs to Blaise Hamlet, about 150 yards (137 metres).
 
 
- By Bus
From Bristol: Bus numbers 1, 40 and 40a to Henbury - ask driver to stop at Blaise Hamlet.
 
Google Map - Balise Hamlet