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Local Attractions

With a wealth of nearby attractions all within easy reach you could never be short of things to do in Bristol.

Shopping

Bristol’s bustling modern city centre offers the best shopping in the South West. There are hundreds of stores, including numerous national chains and household names, two massive covered shopping centres – The Galleries and Cabot Circus – a 13-screen cinema, and a wide selection of restaurants and bars. The city’s famous markets are an ideal place to purchase fresh produce, arts and crafts and curiosities while, just a short distance from our hotel, the more independent-spirited Clifton Village is perfect for vintage and boutique bargainhunting. The Mall at Cribbs Causeway is a little further out but, with its own cinema and over 100 stores, and as the venue for Bristol Fashion Week twice a year, this shopping centre has much to offer.

Harbourside

The almost total redevelopment and rejuvenation of the harbourside over the last decade has resulted in it becoming one of the most diverse and exciting places to find things to do in Bristol. Only a short walkfrom your hotel room you can enjoy vibrant bars, restaurants and shops, take a fascinating tour of the city’s rich history and maritime heritage at the M-Shed museum and Brunel’s SS Great Britain (the world’s first steam-powered passenger liner), or fuel your imagination at the Arnolfini – one of Europe’s leading centres for contemporary art. The harbourside is simply flourishing as the beating cultural heart of the city, and at night it lights up with live music, cocktail bars and restaurants – all there to entertain you into the early hours.

Bristol Zoo Gardens

A visit to Bristol Zoo Gardens is one of the most enjoyable and educational things to do in Bristol, whatever the weather. A city landmark for nearly two centuries, it is home to more than 400 species, many of them exotic and endangered, from all over the world. They live happily together within twelveacres of beautiful grounds, nineanimal houses and the award-winning gardens.

Whether you and your family prefer orchids or arachnids, orang-utans or simply monkeying around, Bristol Zoo Gardens has something for everyone! There’s face painting and animal feeding, splashing around in Explorers’ Creek, nature trails and ecological exhibits. You can even compete with the best in the animal kingdom at the Zoolympics, and give the primates a run for their money on zipwires and rope bridges in ZooRopia.

Clifton Suspension Bridge

As far as gargantuan feats of structural engineering go, there’s nothing more important to place on your list of things to do in Bristol than Brunel’s world-famous suspension bridge. Completed in 1864, and spanning the spectacular Avon Gorge, the Clifton Suspension Bridge has become a lasting symbol of the city of Bristol and a must-see landmark. Situatedjust 2 miles from our hotel, you’re within easy walking distance of this spectacular Grade I listed structure. The views are stunning, the structure magnificent and the visitor centre and guided tours informative and enlightening.

Ashton Court Estate and Country Park

Most Bristol city centre hotels must seem a long way from the peaceful green countryside, but just 3 miles from our front doors is Ashton Court Estate and Country Park. This picturesque Grade I listed mansion nestled within 850 acres of beautiful gardens and woodland offers a serene retreat from the fast pace of the city. It’s the perfect place to walk and cycle along meandering nature trails, enjoy a picnic or play a round of golf – all in the company of majestic red and fallow deer. And,as the host of the annual Bristol Balloon Fiesta in August each year, Ashton Court Estate could be a real highlight on your list of things to do in Bristol.

Shopping


Bristol’s bustling modern city centre offers the best shopping in the South West. There are hundreds of stores, including numerous national chains and household names, two massive covered shopping centres – The Galleries and Cabot Circus – a 13-screen cinema, and a wide selection of restaurants and bars. The city’s famous markets are an ideal place to purchase fresh produce, arts and crafts and curiosities while, just a short distance from our hotel, the more independent-spirited Clifton Village is perfect for vintage and boutique bargainhunting. The Mall at Cribbs Causeway is a little further out but, with its own cinema and over 100 stores, and as the venue for Bristol Fashion Week twice a year, this shopping centre has much to offer.

 

 

 
 

Harbourside


The almost total redevelopment and rejuvenation of the harbourside over the last decade has resulted in it becoming one of the most diverse and exciting places to find things to do in Bristol. Only a short walkfrom your hotel room you can enjoy vibrant bars, restaurants and shops, take a fascinating tour of the city’s rich history and maritime heritage at the M-Shed Museum and Brunel’s SS Great Britain (the world’s first steam-powered passenger liner), or fuel your imagination at the Arnolfini – one of Europe’s leading centres for contemporary art. The Harbourside is simply flourishing as the beating cultural heart of the city, and at night it lights up with live music, cocktail bars and restaurants – all there to entertain you into the early hours.

 
 

Bristol Zoo Gardens


A visit to Bristol Zoo Gardens is one of the most enjoyable and educational things to do in Bristol, whatever the weather. A city landmark for nearly two centuries, it is home to more than 400 species, many of them exotic and endangered, from all over the world. They live happily together within twelveacres of beautiful grounds, nineanimal houses and the award-winning gardens.

 

Whether you and your family prefer orchids or arachnids, orang-utans or simply monkeying around, Bristol Zoo Gardens has something for everyone! There’s face painting and animal feeding, splashing around in Explorers’ Creek, nature trails and ecological exhibits. You can even compete with the best in the animal kingdom at the Zoolympics, and give the primates a run for their money on zipwires and rope bridges in ZooRopia.

 
 

Clifton Suspension Bridge


As far as gargantuan feats of structural engineering go, there’s nothing more important to place on your list of things to do in Bristol than Brunel’s world-famous suspension bridge. Completed in 1864, and spanning the spectacular Avon Gorge, the Clifton Suspension Bridge has become a lasting symbol of the city of Bristol and a must-see landmark. Situated just 2 miles from our hotel, you’re within easy walking distance of this spectacular Grade I listed structure. The views are stunning, the structure magnificent and the visitor centre and guided tours informative and enlightening.

 
 

Ashton Court Estate and Country Park


Most Bristol city centre hotels must seem a long way from the peaceful green countryside, but just 3 miles from our front doors is Ashton Court Estate and Country Park. This picturesque Grade I listed mansion nestled within 850 acres of beautiful gardens and woodland offers a serene retreat from the fast pace of the city. It’s the perfect place to walk and cycle along meandering nature trails, enjoy a picnic or play a round of golf – all in the company of majestic red and fallow deer. And, as the host of the annual Bristol Balloon Fiesta in August each year, Ashton Court Estate could be a real highlight on your list of things to do in Bristol.

 
 
 
 
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