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8.3 Very Good 1395 Reviews
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7.1 Good 1716 Reviews
Bristol, England - 0.4 mi from city centre
  • "Nice cheap accommodation in the Bristol area and it’s centrally located too. We spent the weekend here and had a great stay, the room was spotless as were the bathroom facilities and the shower was brilliant. The bowling alley looked very fun but we didn’t get to use it and a nice basic breakfast was served in the mornings." Mal & Kim Mal & Kim
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7.5 Good 1156 Reviews
Bristol, England - 0.7 mi from city centre
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7.6 Good 20 Reviews
Bristol, England - 2.6 mi from city centre
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7.1 Good 1511 Reviews
  • "Superb value for money but no budget hotel. Good position close to M4 & M5 junction. The breakfast was very tasty, bed comfortable and thought the chap on the reception very friendly. Room was spotlessly clean. Had a nice big tele to crash in front of in the evenings." michael hunter michael hunter
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8.9 Fabulous 42 Reviews
Bristol, England - 2.7 mi from city centre
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7.4 Good 761 Reviews
  • "Staff were pleasant and helpful, my room was fine and comfortable although the shower was small. It felt more like a B&B than a hotel, breakfast over priced and disappointing. Apart from that my stay was ok but would not be my first choice if visiting the area again." Paul Paul
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7.5 Good 2555 Reviews
Bristol, England - 1.9 mi from city centre
  • "Arnos Manor was a lovely hotel with excellent staff who were all very accommodating. There was convenient parking and our room was nice and comfy with good amenities. It was just a 10 minutes taxi ride to the city centre and breakfast was included in the price." PaulJnr2 PaulJnr2
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7.8 Good 2093 Reviews
  • "Very nice people on reception, my room had a decent tv and many little extras. Breakfast was very good and the whole place in general is clean and good value for money." Martin Martin
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7.7 Good 114 Reviews
Bristol, England - 3.0 mi from city centre
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9.4 Superb 116 Reviews
Bristol, England - 2.0 mi from city centre
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7.9 Good 25 Reviews
Bristol, England - 1.9 mi from city centre
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8.3 Very Good 302 Reviews
Bristol, England - 2.8 mi from city centre
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8.3 Very Good 3566 Reviews
Bristol, England - 1.0 mi from city centre
  • "On a recent visit to Bristol we decided to stay here, it’s was ideally located for the train station and you could walk to the city in around 15 minutes, there is also a ferry that runs frequently which can take you into the city. We had a lovely clean room which was very well maintained." Cathy Cathy
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Situated on the borders of Somerset and Gloucestershire and straddling not only the River Avon, but the mighty Estuary and the Kennet and Avon Canals, Bristol couldn't be found in a more bucolic location. But this is no sleepy backwater: this famous maritime city has transformed itself from a 19th century powerhouse of mercantilism, to an offbeat, alternative, fun loving, cultural haven with its fingers truly on the pulse of 21st century life.

Just wandering through this city can get your heartbeat up, and that's not just the hills talking. From the view of Clifton Suspension Bridge, to clubbing in St Pauls or taking in a gig on a boat at the Thekla, Bristol has plenty of reasons to get your heart racing. It's even home to the biggest modern art mystery in the world: Banksy. And for art with an establishment air, you can always head to Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, which has a beautiful collection housed in a wonderful Edwardian building. But even here you can't escape the most famous yet mysterious son - there's a Banksy original, Pain-Pot Angel, hanging in the entry hall.

Down on the dockside on Prince's Wharf, you'll find M Shed, a museum dedicated to all things local. Taking in ancient history, such as Bristol's role in the history of the slave trade, before bringing visitors right up to date by way of Massive Attack and Nick Park's Wallace and Gromit Claymation characters, M Shed really does offer visitors true insight in an innovative and imaginative setting that the whole family can enjoy. Once again, you're never too far from a Banksy original, even at M Shed, and his Grim Reaper stencil can be found on the first floor, while if you want to learn even more about Bristol's busy and bustling harbour, the museum also runs informative tour guides of the docks and harbour side.

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Close by to M Shed is Arnolfini, the city's contemporary art gallery which can be found in a converted warehouse. With its position by the river, excellent exhibitions and occasional dance, film and performance nights, Arnolfini reflects Bristol's more avant garde side and is dedicated to a more alternative view of art and culture. But if you're travelling with kids then you can't do better than At-Bristol, an immersive science centre dedicated to getting children (and adults!) excited about science and the world around us. There's even a planetarium on site, and with the Aquarium right next door, the whole world is at your fingertips.

A trip here wouldn't be complete without a tour of Brunel's SS Great Britain, widely considered to be Bristol's premier attraction, and not just for maritime history buffs - although they're sure to get a kick out of it. The SS Great Britain is the refurbished steamship originally designed and built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1843 and is now a living museum with a galley, dining saloon, surgeon's quarters and working model of the engine room all on board. SS Great Britain is housed in a 'glass sea' dry dock so that the ship itself is protected and visitors can peer down below the 'water' and see the screw propeller. Another Brunel designed masterpiece not to be missed is the Clifton Suspension Bridge, an iconic part of the Bristol skyline that is sure to wow.

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