Alderman Apartments Cotham Lawn

Cotham Lawn Rd, Cotham, Bristol, BS6 6DE, United Kingdom
Alderman Apartments Cotham Lawn
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Hi everyone, I need help!!!

by martitapau


I will stay in Bristol for a year, I will go in September, the next month, but I don´t have accomodation. I´ve seen pages about accomodation like, and pages about hall of residence in Bristol, but I don´t know if there is a place avalaible for me, if I´am not english, and I´m not student. I find something cheaper for a year. I´m desperate!!

RE: Hi everyone, I need help!!!

by leics

Halls of residence are usually only for students, so unless you are going to be at university in Bristol you will need to look elsewhere. If you are linked with the university or colleges they will have accommodation officers who can advise you. Try using the UK google pages ( to search for accommodation. Good luck....hope you get something sorted out quickly.

RE: Hi everyone, I need help!!!

by bobulike

I don`t known if this help you but I also found the web site, could be usful for finding accomodation.

Travel Tips for Bristol

Ashton Court Mansion dominates...

by greebo

Ashton Court Mansion dominates the south side of the city and was owned by the Smyth family. Lady Smyth left the mansion and its grounds to the Bristol City Council. However for a time it was used as a police training facility and it was stripped of all its furniture, painting and most of it architectural features. Very little is left of the interior however, the exterior, deer park and gardens are still worth visiting. The picture is of one of the gatehouses. In the summer months the Ashton Court Music Festival is held over 3 days featuring many local bands and a few well known ones.

Bristol City

by grayfo

Bristol City was founded in 1897, when Bristol South End turned professional and changed its name to Bristol City. In 1900 the club merged with local rivals Bedminster, who were known as Southville a club founded in 1887.

Bristol City currently play their games at Ashton Gate stadium in the Ashton/Bedminster area of the city of Bristol, which has an all-seater capacity of 21,497. The club plan to build a new 30,000 capacity stadium at Ashton Vale, to be completed in time for the 2012-13 season.


Capacity 21,497

February 2010

Up Park Street

by Duffelgirl

Have a walk up Park Street and you will find a variety of clothes shops selling items that differ from your high street options. You can find many designer, trendy brand-names here and also unique (often pricey) alternative clothing.


by jetwind

Bristol International Airport is situated 8 miles south of central Bristol. Direct flights operate from across the UK, Europe and USA.

Airlines serving Bristol

„X Aer Arann
„X Aer Lingus
„X Air Malta
„X Air Southwest
„X Aurigny
„X British Airways
„X Continental Airlines (New York)
„X Eastern Airways
„X Easyjet
„X Flybe
„X Ryanair
„X Skybus
„X SN Brussels

Bristol International Flyer express coach service operates between Bristol city centre bus and train stations and Clifton and the airport throughout the day. The journey takes around 30 minutes and you simply turn up and pay on the bus

Home made food with a Latin American accent

by KennetRose about La Ruca

This small and very friendly cafe up the stairs from a shop is run by Patricia and Alfonso, also Chilean former refugees.

They do a limited range of meals and snacks, mostly vegetarian but usually including a meat dish. The aforementioned tortillas are always on offer, and there will be one or two dishes of the day. The shop sells fair-traded goods, delicatessen and latin-american handicrafts.

A good place to meet friends for coffee, or to chill out with the day's newspapers. In the evenings, it often plays host to various community activities. Couscous tortilla with avocado and cheese. Yummy and filling!


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