Barrow Gurney is a village in Somerset, England, situated in North Somerset on the B3130, midway between the A38 and A370 near the Long Ashton bypass and Bristol Airport, 5 miles (8.0 km) south west of Bristol city centre. The civil parish includes Barrow Common, and has a population of 349.
The Domesday Book of 1086 records that Barrow Gurney was held by Nigel de Gournay, who would have won his lands in Englishcombe, Twerton, Swainswick and Barrow Gurney by fighting for William I of England. His original home must have been Gournay, which was half-way between Dieppe and Paris.
As far as history goes Barrow Gurney has a pedigree that long outstrips its famous hospital and now the hospital has gone normal village life has returned and you are left with an almost film set like convenient village which has become very desirable.