Bristol has a very large number of family run guest houses that offer good value accommodation and an interesting change from the many chain hotels. Standards of guest houses vary, but most offer clean and basic comfort. There are far to many in Bristol for us to list them all here but here are a selected few that you may find of interest:
Clift Guest House, Bristol Clift Guest House is set in Bristol, 1.5 km from Bristol Cathedral and 1.8 km from Ashton Court. Every room includes a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. Clift Guest House features free WiFi .
Norfolk Guest House, Bristol A 10-minute drive from the centre of Bristol, Norfolk Guest House offers en suite rooms with free Wi-Fi access. To the north of the city, this bed and breakfast is around 13 miles from Portishead and 15 miles from the city of Bath.
Riverview Guest House, Bristol A 5-minute drive from the centre of Bristol, Riverview Guest House is located in a Victorian property by the River Avon. Free Wi-Fi access is provided throughout. Each room has a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee facilities.
Southville Guest House, Bristol Southville Guest House is located in Bristol, 700 metres from Bristol Cathedral. Private parking is available on site. Southville Guest House features free WiFi throughout the property. A flat-screen TV is offered.
Brooks Guesthouse Bristol, Bristol The Brooks Guesthouse Bristol is a 2-minute walk from the O2 Arena and the Bristol Hippodrome. This boutique hotel offers luxurious bedrooms with designer bathrooms, free Wi-Fi and a bar.
The Malago Guest House, Bristol The family-run Malago Guest House is 1 mile from Bristol city centre and a 5-minute walk from Parson Street Railway Station. It offers modern rooms and free parking. Decorated in red and white shades, the rooms at the Malago are light and airy.
International Kite Festival
(Thu 07th Sep, 2017)
A real spectacle of ingenuity, the kites on display are spectacular! The event turned 25 in 2011.
St Paul's Carnival
(Thu 14th Sep, 2017)
The carnival is so much more than just a procession and with the static attractions and crowds, it is one of the biggest events in Bristol.
(Thu 21st Sep, 2017)
A music event that celebrates everything about the local music scene, there is sure to be something for everyone.