Overlooking Bristol’s lively Harbourside, this YHA is situated next to the famous Arnolfini Gallery. The YHA Bristol is set in a historical building, and features a restaurant and conference room. The YHA Bristol has spacious dormitory rooms and private bedrooms. There is also a stylish guest lounge with a TV and Wi-Fi access, and laundry facilities are available on site. The majority of rooms contain bunk beds. The cafe serves a range of meals throughout the day. The bar offers a range of fresh coffees and bottled beers, and there is a fully equipped kitchen for self-catering guests. In the mornings, guests can enjoy a buffet breakfast with hot dishes and continental options. The YHA Bristol is less than a mile from Temple Meads Railway Station, and Cabot Circus is a 15-minute walk away. Elegant Clifton, home to the Clifton Suspension Bridge, is a 25-minute walk away.
A delightful guesthouse situated away from the main road yet within easy reach of the city centre. It is particularly convenient for walking to the Royal Crescent where, it should be pointed out, traffic is no longer allowed. Interestingly, this is one of the few hotels that prides itself on providing cuisine using organic products, including organic wine. Candlelit dinners are offered in its lovely dining room which, like the rest of the house, is furnished and decorated in keeping with its age and ambiance. A ground floor bedroom is available for those with mobility problems and for the disabled traveling in company. Fishing can be arranged for those so disposed. Special prices for mid-week breaks are available on request.
Enriched with history, Three Abbey Green provides the perfect atmosphere to stay in the culture-rich Bath. Only steps away from major attractions, the house is bound to please the history-seeker immensely. A veritable set of refreshingly-furnished guestrooms awaits the discerning traveler at Three Abbey Green with genuine woodwork and restored architectural motifs that go well with the cozy mattresses and modern en-suite bathrooms.
Imposing and very Victorian, this is a hotel that has immense atmosphere and is a must for those with a love of great music as one of the present owners is a musician with the London Symphony Orchestra and no doubt knows what an international traveler expects in the way of accommodation. There are views of the Royal Crescent from the upstairs windows and, although not far from the city center, mature gardens ensure that the sound of city traffic is almost non existent. All rooms have en-suite facilities and two rooms are suitable for family occupation. For that special away break a four-poster bed is available. Dorian House is open all year and prices for special breaks can be quoted for on request.
Offering garden views, Sir Walter Elliot's House B&B in Bath offers accommodation, a garden and a shared lounge. Some units feature a seating area and/or a terrace. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental or a Full English/Irish breakfast. Popular points of interest near Sir Walter Elliot's House B&B include Roman Baths Bath, Pulteney Bridge and Bath Abbey. The nearest airport is Bristol Airport, 31 km from the accommodation.
Set in 3 acres of lawns with riverside walks, Waterhouse is a Georgian Country House 3 miles from Bath. Comfortably furnished with Carrara marble and stone fireplaces, this property also offers a bar, a conservatory, meeting rooms and a library. The boutique style rooms feature an en-suite bathroom with free toiletries, free WiFi and parking, views of the surrounding gardens and Midford valley. Some rooms also offer a seating area. Breakfast, and room service meals all made with locally sourced produce that can be enjoyed in the dining area partly overlooking the valley or in the comfort of your room. Situated in the Midford Valley, Waterhouse is an estate with easy access to bike and boat rental, as well as countryside walks. Royal Crescent, established in the 18th century, is only 15 minutes’ drive from the property. Bath Golf Club is 3 miles away.
Located approximately 24-kilometer (15-miles) from the city center, the Sodbury House Hotel a former farmhouse is located in a small village and stands in its own extensive grounds on the edge of the Cotswolds. It has benefited from a sympathetic conversion and is equipped with all the modern conveniences to make guests feel thoroughly at home. All rooms inside are tastefully decorated and have en suite facilities.
The Woodbarn Farm has three holiday cottages located in a newly converted stone barn. The farm, about eight miles from the city centre is in a picturesque position and is just a five-minute walk away from Chew Valley Lake, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Denny Cottage has two bedrooms, lounge, kitchen/dining room, double bedroom with en suite shower room and facilities for disabled visitors. The Woodbarn Farm Bed and Breakfast is open from March to 20th December every year.
Located off the M5 motorway (making it handy for anyone going down to Devon and Cornwall) this elegant Georgian residence offers very comfortable accommodation in a quiet residential road and is an independent bed and breakfast establishment run by the proprietor. Nearby attractions include access to some interesting local walks in pleasant countryside and Portishead itself has a rather quaint village feel to it. The principle bedrooms enjoy glorious views over the Bristol Channel to Wales, hence the name.
How about staying in this lovely Georgian farmhouse which dates from somewhere near the earlier part of the eighteenth century? Only five miles west of Bath, you have the choice from here of driving into the centre of Bath or only as far as the Park and Ride where you can leave the car and get a bus into the centre of the city. Because only one room is en suite, prices are reasonable and you can always expect a warm welcome. This is the sort of place where you can experience plenty of fresh air at the end of a day's sightseeing and settle into the slower pace of village life. Reduced rates for special breaks are available on request.
Frying Pan Farm is a working farm, situated in the heart of the countryside, that is convenient for visiting places such as Cheddar, Wells and Bradford on Avon. Both rooms offered have en suite bathrooms and all rooms have television, radio and tea/coffee making facilities. Children are welcome and a games room is available to keep them amused plus a lounge for the sole use of guests.
A small Victorian residence having only two guest bedrooms and both are quite large; one of which being suitable for multiple occupations. Both boast king size beds for those who like that extra bit of space. The rooms are en-suite and the house itself is in a quiet location within walking distance of the city centre. Rates for special breaks are available. Please check with the proprietor, Anthony O'Flaherty to see when these apply.