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- Save 31%Prince Street, Bristol, BS1 4QFsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Broad Quay, Bristol, BS1 4DAsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Save 25%College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TAsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Welsh Back, Bristol, BS1 4SPsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Narrow Lewins Mead, Bristol, BS1 2NUsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Central Quay South, Broad Quay, Bristol, BS1 4AWsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Explore Lane, Bristol, BS1 5TYsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Save 18%Broad Street, Bristol, BS1 2ELsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Save 13%Exchange Avenue, off St Nicholas Street, Bristol, BS1 1UBsee all hotelsmoreclose
- 22 Nelson Street, Bristol, BS1 2LAsee all hotelsmoreclose
- 2-4 Welsh Back, Bristol, BS1 4SSsee all hotelsmoreclose
- 14 Narrow Quay, Bristol, BS1 4QAsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Llandoger Trow, Little King Street, Bristol, BS1 4ERsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Save 22%Temple Way, Bristol, BS1 6BFsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Save 30%Victoria St, Bristol, BS1 6HYsee all hotelsmoreclose
- 15 Berkeley Square, Bristol, BS8 1HBsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Save 40%Redcliffe Way, Bristol, BS1 6NJsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Avon Street, Bristol, BS2 0PSsee all hotelsmoreclose
- Save 20%Redcliffe Hill, Bristol, BS1 6SQsee all hotelsmoreclose
Bristol is one of England's largest cities and lies between Somerset and Gloucestershire with the famous spa town of Bath close by. A busy port since Anglo-Saxon times, the tidal waters of the River Avon led to local shipbuilders developing superior skills to build robust vessels capable of withstanding becoming beached in low tide, hence the expression "shipshape and Bristol fashion". Isambard Kingdom Brunel lived and worked in Bristol and built the floating harbour, locks, bridges and the famous SS Great Britain which is now one of the city's top attractions. Boasting an Aquarium, Zoo and Science Centre in addition to several fantastic museums the city offers plenty of fun things to do for children and adults alike. Nearby Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole Caves are popular fun destinations, while the Gothic mansion of Tyntesfield and Berkeley Castle offer the opportunity to explore local history in more depth.
Staying in Bristol
Visitors to Bristol can take their pick from a wide selection of hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfast establishments. The city boasts a comprehensive choice of hotels, from four-star luxury establishments, many of them based around the popular harbour offering spectacular views, to more purse-friendly family hotels, there are options to suit every budget. Guest houses and B&Bs range from cosy to sumptuous, with many boasting features and furnishings that you would expect to find in a boutique hotel. Bristol plays host to a number of events and festivals throughout the year, so booking in advance is strongly recommended.
Getting around Bristol
In addition to its port, Bristol boasts an airport, two railway stations and excellent motorway and road links with the rest of the UK. There are good transport facilities within the city including buses, taxis and a number of ferry services operating in and around the harbour area.