Bishopstrow House

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 9HH, United Kingdom
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82%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
38%
165
Very Good
28%
122
Average
16%
73
Poor
8%
36
Terrible
8%
35

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 143% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families70
  • Couples67
  • Solo75
  • Business72

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Forum Posts

the Hum

by footstool

did they ever pinpoint the source of the Hum?

Re: the Hum

by leics

Not as far as I know. And there hums other than in Bristol anyway, all over the planet.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hum

You can explore this chap's theory:

http://homepages.tesco.net/~John.Dawes2/

Travel Tips for Bristol

Walk across the Clifton...

by Phil_Weaver

Walk across the Clifton Suspension Bridge - you can feel it sway as traffic passes! Find a pub that sells 'Scrumpy' (locally produced cider VERY alcoholic). Walk around the old dock area and visit the SS Great Britain. My home town.............

The Balloon Festival held in...

by greebo

The Balloon Festival held in August each year at Ashton Court. This is the largest event of its kind in the world. Visitors come from all over the world to attend the Festival. Its usually a 3 to 4 day event including the 'Night Glow' where all the hot air balloons are tethered about 50ft into the air and use the gas burners to create a spectatular show which includes lasers and fireworks. There are usually two mass ascents per day, usually in early morning and early evening whereupon about 100 hot air balloons fill the sky varying in size and shapes including an action man, bart simpson, can of beer and others too numerous to mention. The picture is of a 150 hot air balloons taking off. This is the record for the most balloons taking off at once.

First American Consulate

by aaaarrgh

For visitors from the United States, it will be interesting to know that the first ever American Consulate in the UK was opened in Bristol, in 1792. The original building has been replaced, but there is a plaque on the wall marking the location. It is one of the stops on Bristol's historical walking tours, as evidenced by the large crowd in the photo here!

Look for the large Georgian style house on the south side of Queen Square (which is a pleasant, tranquil green space worth a visit in itself).

There are plenty of pubs and...

by stueymac

There are plenty of pubs and clubs in Bristol catering for all tastes.
Clubs - Creation/The Rock.
Pubs - The Old Duke, King Street, Bristol Centre.
The Swan With Two Necks, St Judes.
The Coronation Tap, Sion Hill, Clifton.

Lots of things to do in Bristol, above is just a selection of places I would say to visit. The clubs I do not frequent, so can't say much but the pubs....well!!

the Old Duke is a jazz pub with lots of atmosphere and charisma...in the summer they have a festival outside and it's brilliant.

The Swan With Two Necks is a real ale pub, very small and quiet but with great traditional English ale. They do a decent bar menu and the Xmas Beef Festival is good fun.

The Coronation Tap was brilliant a few years ago, it's gone down hill a bit since then but is still worth a visit for the Traditional Exhibition cider.

Curry House With Glamour

by marilynmondoe about One Stop Thali

This is a vegetarian restaurant with no menu
You just turn up and they give you a gorgeous tray of veggie indian delights.

This is a beautiful but simple place with good lighting and pretty toilets - !!

Its not brash like your normal curry house - just candles and couples and only a few tables .....so it fills intimate. All the food is gorgeous and fab value for money.
They also do take away - if you buy a Tiffin tub from them.

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 Bishopstrow House

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Address: Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 9HH, United Kingdom