Arno's Manor Hotel - Forestdale Hotels

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

470 Bath Road, Arnos Vale, Bristol, BS4 3HQ, United Kingdom
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63%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
11%
35
Very Good
23%
72
Average
29%
88
Poor
14%
45
Terrible
20%
61

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 22% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families50
  • Couples40
  • Solo40
  • Business25

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Attraction in Bristol City Centre

by daleharper

I'm a Malaysian, studying in City of Bristol College. I would like to do some sightseeing or traveling during this half term break. Am curious whether any places can I do my sightseeing within walking distance from Bristol City Centre, since the only transport I have is bus. Appreciate for the help, ladies and gentlemen. Millions of thanks.

Re: Attraction in Bristol City Centre

by cubsur

Search on the following:

Clifton Suspension Bridge

SS Great Eastern

Queen Square

Bath (an historic city about 15 minutes by train or 30 by bus from Bristol)

Bristol is a very good city to walk around. I had to visit the city many times for work and enjoyed my spare time seeing the places mentioned and many others.

This website http://visitbristol.co.uk/ will give you all the information you need.

Enjoy your sightseeing.

Re: Attraction in Bristol City Centre

by leics

You can take the train to Bath, as suggested, or to many other places .....although public transport in the UK is not cheap.

www.nationalrail.co.uk will give you train times and fares

You can also take the long-distance buses (coach)for daytrips. Sometimes you can get really cheap fares (from 1GP). Check on www.nationalexpress.com

Possible daytrips include Bath, Cardiff, Gloucester and Weston-super-Mare (a typical English seaside town).

You can find ordinary bus route maps and timetables from Bristol here:

http://www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/southwest/bristol/home/index.php

Click on 'maps/routes' on the left-hand menu.

Re: Attraction in Bristol City Centre

by Andrew_W_K

There is plenty to see in Bristol and you can walk everywhere. Don't miss:

Church of Mary Redcliffe
Bristol Cathedral
Cabot tower
Clifton suspension bridge
Bristol museum & art gallery (excellent museum on Queens road)
The old docks
SS Great Britain
The Arnolfini centre (art, cinema & performances)
The Corn Exchange with the famous "nails" outside

and lots more places - try http://visitbristol.co.uk/

Re: Attraction in Bristol City Centre

by aeb

The city of bath is well worth a visit, very beautiful, and steeped in history.
The train from bristol costs 12.40 off peak day day return, or 13.30 anytime day return and the journey is only ten mins or so.

Your train tickets give you 2 for 1 entry to many of bath's attractions, eg roman baths, bath abbey(tower), glass blowing, fashion museum and also special deals on meals for two in a few of Bath's restaurants so travelling with a friend will make it a very reasonable day out.

for train tickets - thetrainline.com
for 2for1 vaouchers - http://www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk/Content.aspx?id=3023

Good luck.

Travel Tips for Bristol

Banksy ~ Bristol's cheeky graffiti artist

by aaaarrgh

If you see a naked man dangling by his finger tips from a window ledge in Bristol it could be (a) an actual naked man hanging from a window ledge in Bristol or (b) one of the latest artworks from the international graffiti artist, Banksy. I had known about Banksy for a long while, but had no idea that he was born in Bristol. Apparently the naked man stencil is very recent, appearing in June 2006.

See BBC News Article 'Naked Man Mural Allowed to Stay'

There are other Banksy artworks around the city (this was the first one I'd noticed) and also across many parts of the world. Noone is quite sure of his real name and identity. His early work can now be valued at over £100,000!!

http://www.banksy.co.uk/

Location: Bottom of Park Street opposite College Green.

See also 'Free house as part of Banksy sale'

a small church built into the...

by pollon

a small church built into the old Bristol walls.

It's preserved by the Churches Conservation Trust which look after churches which are no longer needed for regular worship but are of historic, architectural or archeological importance.

And inside it...

If you are interested in...

by Dallas

If you are interested in Methodism and it's beginnings, then you might be interested in visiting Hanham Mount, where John Wesley used to preach.

Hanham is about four miles east of the City Centre and, these days, has a plethora of buses running through it. After alighting from the bus at the second stop in Hanham, walk in the same direction as the bus to the next left turn - Albert Road. Take the next right, Wesley Avenue, and continue to the 'T' junction at the top. Turn left - Greenbank Road - (the third house on the left is where I was brought up...) and continue to the top of the road. The Church of the Ascension will be on your right. Turn left. Continue along this road for about 150 yards and look for a narrow entrance on your right, just after the road starts to descend. And there you are.

Ice Cool!

by bobinalong about Zero Degrees

This is a new mico-brewery, part of a small chain (with a couple more in london) that's only recently opened. Been down there a couple of times in my last trips to Bristol and really like it - some great beers and good food...

Its a bit trendy and the decor can feel a bit cold when its empty, but popular and lively later on...

The terraces are nice in the sun - great views.

Nepalese & Indian cuisine

by juzz about Kathmandu

Great atmosphere and food, probably is not the cheapest place to eat out but the quality really deserve a try! We payed about 20 Pounds per person eating very well. Though I like pure Asian food, that time I wanted to try a dish that mixed some European and Asian: it was a curry spicy dish with salmon... DELICIOUS!

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Address: 470 Bath Road, Arnos Vale, Bristol, BS4 3HQ, United Kingdom