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We stayed in a quiet room with a gorge view in glorious weather. We were delighted to find ‘extras’ that we hadn’t known about when booking: bathrobes but more notably a Nespresso machine! Bliss. Sorted. It will be hard to stay in a Bristol city centre hotel now.
Avon Gorge Hotel£74Avon Gorge Hotel£74
room was small but that seems standard in uk. staff friendly and helpful. maybe not very central but bristol is a good city to walk in and bus and taxi stand outside hotel. restaurants nearby including one specialising in sausages.
Rodney Hotel£42Rodney Hotel£42
Really good room and very comfortable bed,lovely bathroom very warm. Staff helpful and polite. We were really happy with this hotel
Best Western Walton Park Hotel£45Best Western Walton Park Hotel£45
The best of the hotels in the Quarter Group. Attentive, caring staff and well-equipped room with good bathroom. I will stay again, if they keep their discounted prices. Full price wouldn't be value for money.
Berkeley Square Hotel£44Berkeley Square Hotel£44
If you've always preferred the company of your pet while you're away from home, you'll be pleasantly surprised to learn that Bristol has a great range of pet-friendly hotels. Whether you're looking for top-of-the-range accommodation or a budget-friendly hotel, there are many venues which are happy to accept dogs for a small daily supplement, provided you make this request in advance.
One of the best dog walks in the city is Clifton Downs in the picturesque suburb of Clifton, where you can find plenty of woodland and well-marked paths. This open space also has a popular café and offers excellent views of the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge, an extraordinary Victorian landmark designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
If you're seeking affordable, value-for-money pet-friendly accommodation close by, try the Clifton Hotel, which has WiFi in all of its stylish rooms and offers a discount for a nearby gym.
Perfect for nature lovers and historic fans, the Ashton Court Estate features hundreds of acres of attractive parkland that is ideal for dog walking and slow summer strolls. The grounds were designed by the leading landscape architect Humphry Repton, who also designed the Russell Square gardens in Bloomsbury, central London, and the gardens of the 18th century Royal Fort House of the University of Bristol.
The mansion, a prestigious Grade I-Listed building, encompasses multiple architectural themes from the 15th to the 19th Centuries, and was built on the site a former medieval manor house.
Another ideal location for dog walking, Castle Park includes the remains of Bristol's Norman castle and has a well-equipped children's playground. It's also overlooked by the ruined St. Peter's Church and the St. Mary-le-Port church, both of which were damaged during the Bristol Blitz.
Castle Park is only moments from the luxury Mercure Bristol Brigstow Hotel, which offers refined en-suite rooms with free WiFi and satellite TVs. It's also very close to Bristol's historic harbourside, otherwise known as the Floating Harbour, which has a great selection of restaurants and cafés, many of which provide outdoor seating during the warmer months.