This bright and friendly guest house offer bed and breakfast and self catering rooms in Bristol.
Enjoy village life in this traditional yet lively B&B with a bar in Chipping Sodbury, near Bristol.
In the heart of Somerset, this homely cottage makes a great stopover en-route to Bristol airport.
Situated between Bath and Bristol, this B&B is ideally placed for discovering two fantastic cities.
A grand 17th century hotel with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Elegant and very English, Downs Guest House brings you the peace of the countryside in the city.
A homely bed and breakfast with horse stables in the heart of the British countryside.
Close to Bristol city centre, this gorgeous 4 star B&B sits amidst an acre of lush, green gardens.
Set on the River Severn, Bristol is a vibrant, quirky English city. If you're on the hunt for a city break with lots to see and do, book a bed and berakfast in Bristol. From the wonderful views of the world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge, to a wide range of galleries, museums and shops all waiting to be explored, plus some great family days out, you won't be disappointed.
Stay at a central Bristol b and b to discover the quaint city centre. Bristol is divided into a diverse range of neighbourhoods, from the historic Old City area to quaint Clifton and the busy harbour. There are several sights of historic interest in the city, including the St Mary Redcliffe Church and the Cabot Tower, where you can climb to the top to take in some beautiful city views. The Georgian House offers an insight into life in the city during the grand Georgian age. Bristol is easy to get around on foot or on a bike, thanks to the fantastic walking and cycle paths that wind out around the central streets and pedestrianised zones.
Bristol is very family friendly, with lots of attractions to keep the entire family amused. As well as some top golf clubs that dad will love, and a vibrant shopping culture for mum, there are some wonderful family attractions that you can all enjoy together. Step back in time and jump on board the Brunel's ss Great Britain, where you can hear all about life on the Victorian vessel for the passengers and the crew.
The Blue Reef Aquarium makes another fun day out from your B&B in Bristol, and the At-Bristol interactive science museum is a definite must.
If you're seeking a good dose of culture within easy reach of your bed and breakfast Bristol can offer this by the bucketload. The city has produced big name British musicians including Massive Attack and Portishead and it has a thriving arts and music scene.There are more and more galleries and exhibitions popping up around the city. Some notable ones include the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, M Shed and the contemporary collection at Arnolfini. The pedestrianised city centre streets make shopping a pleasurable experience and there is no shortage of high street, independent and specialist stores where you can browse the day away.
With so much going on in the city, you're unlikely to run out of things to see and do. However, if you feel the need for some greenery and wide open space, and lovely local parks like Clifton and Durdham Downs or Arnos Vale Cemetery aren't doing it for you, your Bristol guest house can make an excellent base for exploring the West Country. Cyclists can head out on a ride along the Bristol to Bath railway cycle path, which stretches for 22km. The Cotswolds and The Mendips are both within an hours drive so you can spend a day out of the city before returning to your Bristol bed and breakfast for a chill out or a night on the town.
The city is filled with all sorts of restaurants, from cheap and cheerful to expensive fine dining and everything in between. If you're looking for a party close to your B&B Bristol's bright lights at night can easily accommodate thanks to its thriving club scene. If you just fancy a few drinks in a cosy bar, this too won't be hard to find. Whatever you want from your break, from the big city life to a taste of the country, Bristol is sure to satisfy.