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Warrens Village - Clevedon Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Warrens Village

Colehouse Lane, Clevedon - Map
 
 
"Stayed there more than once. "
Positive experience. Nice country location, friendly and helpful staff. Reasonably priced restaurant and bar food. Fridge in the room is an added bonus. One of the best available hotels for the price.
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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol - Cadbury House - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£99
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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol - Cadbury House

Frost Hill, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Convenient for Bristol and Weston Super Mare"
Lovely character building set in superb surroundings. The staff were very professional and helpful. The room was very clean and comfortable. Breakfast was well cooked and very tasty
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Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre

2 Lower Castle Street, Bristol - Map
 
 
"A little far from the Old City."
It was my first visit to Bristol. It was a pleasant city. Unfortunately, it rained the 2 days I was there. I was expected a smaller place.
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Ring O Bells - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Ring O Bells

The Street, Compton Martin, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Lovely little pub with cosy rooms"
This pub is a lovely local however I feel the B&B side of things need a little improvement. There is no designated member of staff or reception for check in or out. It was a case of flagging a bar maid on arrival to get your key - I think we arrived at a bad time as the pub was exceptionally busy due to a mini bus of drinkers arriving. Perhaps under normal circumstances check in would be simple. Once checked in we were disappointed to find that our room hadn't been cleaned. The staff were apologetic and immediately cleaned the room and gave us a drink at the bar as we waited. The room was lovely and very comfortable and a fantastic breakfast was served the next morning using all local produce. No staff were available when we went to check out. We waited in the bar for a long time and eventually had to resort to leaving the key on the bar before we departed. This is a lovely pub and room however it would be a much better experience if they had dedicated front of house staff
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Grasmere Court Hotel - Guest house - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Grasmere Court Hotel - Guest house

22-24 Bath Road, Bristol - Map
 
 
"easy approach to the hotel"
service and breakfast and seating area was lovely thanks
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Grasmere Court is conveniently located near the A4 between Bath and Bristol. It is a very friendly family-run hotel, with …More
Holiday Inn Bristol-Filton - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Holiday Inn Bristol-Filton

Filton Road, Bristol - Map
 
 
Decent hotel staff very helpful. Bit out of town. would definitely stay again if i am in Bristol on business
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The Washington - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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The Washington

St Pauls Road, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Good value. Free fruit."
Nice hotel, in quite a good location. Breakfast was included and was very good. The in-room complimentaries were excellent: cafetière and coffee grounds, hot chocolate powder and a selection of teas. Also, free fruit in the room :-) Mattress was a little hard, and the shower was decent (but not brilliant). The only negative was their attempt to upsell a fair few things (parking on site is £6, but free evenings and weekends on busy local roads; late checkout is £8 I think; wifi only free for 3 hours; they encouraged us to go to their sister pub a few doors along with a 10% card, but it was very busy on a Saturday night). I can't blame them for this though, as the room was very good value given it's a good location in Bristol.
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Converted private house in Bristol’s genteel Clifton area, 500 meters from the cathedral and 700 from the Avon Gorge …More
Clifton Hotel - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
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Clifton Hotel

St Pauls Road, Clifton, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Lovely Hotel"
Clifton Hotel is ideally located to access many attractions in Bristol. Moreover, the room was extremely comfortable and had all facilities. Furthermore, the hotel staff is very helpful and so friendly. Overall, the stay at the Clifton hotel was really memorable and would be highly recommended to anyone who need a pleasant stay.
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Set in a terrace of handsome 19th century neo-classical houses in the the prestigious Clifton area of the lively city of …More
Mercure Bristol North The Grange Hotel - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£69
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Mercure Bristol North The Grange Hotel

Old Gloucester Road, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Great setting, not-so-great housekeeping "
The grounds are beautiful and the hotel is very tastefully decorated. The staff at the front desk were lovely and ready to help! The room was very clean when we came in as well. We paid extra for a king-size and it was perfect. It is an old building, but with good facilities, good WiFi, up-to-date TV and all. The one thing that let us down a bit was the housekeeping. We stayed for 2 nights as we were going to a wedding on the second day, in the morning. We had to get ready quickly in the morning so left a few bits sitting out, like makeup on the bathroom counter and sandwich wrappers on the coffee table. On returning after the wedding, the bed sheets had been tucked in and that was pretty much it. The bed cushions were scattered on the floor, the sandwich wrappers were still on the coffee table, a towel I had used was left in a heap on the bed, and the mugs of tea were left as I had used them, they didn't even replace the tea bags and milk. So that was a bit of a downer. Everything else was pretty good though so I would probably stay again.
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Holiday Inn Bristol City Centre - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Holiday Inn Bristol City Centre

Bond Street, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel near city centre. "
I enjoyed my stay and staff were very helpful. However, the lifts were a bit of a problem. First of all they didn't work! then, they would sometimes go down to street level when you pushed to go up. Also had to wait a long time for them and using the card was a bit of a hassle.
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    Pocket Guide: Adventure Sport Hotels in Bristol

    Choose from a wide range of adventure sports hotels in Bristol, a city that benefits from excellent transport links to other major United Kingdom cities via road, rail and bus. This historic maritime centre, which has existed since at least the Norman period, is also acclaimed for its Banksy murals and became an important global shipping centre by the Industrial Revolution.

    Adventure Sports Attractions in Bristol - a Few Suggestions

    At the Cabot Circus Shopping Centre, Jungle Rumble Adventure Golf should appeal to people of all ages, and comprises two superb 18-hole courses. The city is also home to Under Cover Rock, which has 12-metre climbing walls and provides expert tuition to rock climbers of different levels of ability.

    Bristol Adventure Sports Hotels with WiFi

    Almost every adventure sports hotel in and around Bristol provides WiFi access so you can always stay connected with friends, family or work colleagues while you're away. That means you can instantly book tickets online to other local attractions such as Cheddar Gorge, which offers world-class rock-climbing experiences and is approximately a 40-minute drive from the centre of Bristol.

    More About Cheddar Gorge

    This renowned attraction has more than 1,000 climbing routes, most of which are only recommended for experienced climbers, although there are plenty of climbing courses for beginners and intermediates that operate in the gorge throughout the year. Cheddar Gorge was also the location of Britain's oldest-human-skeleton discovery, the Cheddar Man, which was founded here in 1903 and probably dates back nearly 9,200 years. We can only assume that he wasn't a very good climber!

    Other Adventure Sports Activities in Bristol

    You can explore Bristol's historic sights by hiring an Electric Bike, or take part in an unforgettable balloon ride over the city centre with the Bristol Balloons company. At the Harbourside, you can even book a paddle-boarding trip, which is by far the most scenic way to see the city's medieval port and the iconic SS Great Britain ship that was designed by the remarkable engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

    Close to the Clifton Suspension Bridge, another famous Brunel landmark, is the Avon Gorge, another popular rock-climbing area where you can admire superb views of the Avon valley. For more information on what to see and do in Bristol, contact your friendly hotel reception.

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