Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Temple Gate House, Bristol, BS1 6PL, United Kingdom
Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre
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  • Families56
  • Couples70
  • Solo80
  • Business52

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Forum Posts

travel help

by brhoady

to get to amsterdam any way better than others

Re: travel help

by HansDK

easyjet and KLM have direct flights.

Re: travel help

by Miguelzgz

It depends on where are you coming from.

Re: travel help

by IndianPacific

Oh yes, any way is much better than others!

Re: travel help

by TheLongTone

Since this is posted in the Bristol forum it seems a fair assumption that the point of origin is Bristol or previously posted, you can fly direct from Bristol airport.

Re: travel help

by cubsur

How about a nice train ride of 7 - 8 hours or so?

Temple Meads or Parkway to London Paddington. Then Circle line round to St Pancras, Eurostar to Brussels and Thalys from there to Amsterdam Centraal.

No airport security nonsense, no real baggage restrictions and quite a nice ride in the daytime.

Re: travel help

by leics for under-the-channel train fares. They do good advance deals which include fares from many UK stations (I'm pretty sure Bristol is one of them). Book as far in advance as you can to get best fares. will give you carriers and cheapest fares for your route and dates.

You could also go by coach. This is the cheapest way, but will take longest. Times, fares and booking here:

The 'better' way, imo, would be to fly. But the train journey would also be pleasant, and wouldn't take much longer than flying once you have factored in time to/from the airports plus time for check-in and for baggage reclaim.

Travel Tips for Bristol

Find out what's going on....

by mollymoo0oo0

If you are looking for what's going on, local venue information and event listings can all be found in the excellent Venue magazine. This is available in local newsagents, and is Bristol's answer to London's Time Out magazine.

There is also a website, so you can have a look in advance of your trip:

This is one of the Wills...

by greebo

This is one of the Wills Tabacco factories, the Wills family have killed many a Bristolian with the dreaded weed. I have heard some horrific stories of fingers being cut off by the machinery at the Wills factory and being left on the machines. Yuck

Blaise Castle Estate, located...

by snowgrouse

Blaise Castle Estate, located on the northwestern side of Bristol, is a gorgeous, gorgeous park full of ancient trees and plants of every shape and size. It's very romantic, and the views are breathtaking. I highly recommend you visit it. One minus point is that there are lots and lots of families visiting it, so I suggest you to try and visit it when it's more quiet, to avoid being distracted by hordes of screaming kids. Oh, and of course, my favourite tv series Robin of Sherwood was filmed there! It can definitely pass for an ancient medieval wood, it is ageless. *happysigh*

Waterfront Pub, Bristol

by Gyppo about The Waterfront Pub

This pub is a faux Irish bar, although this is unobtrusive, as I didn't notice until I was about to leave. It's pretty soulless, which may be related to the fact that it's part of the Jury's hotel. The beer choice is poor, and the clientele appeared to be mostly under 18! There are TVs for sport. They were playing music very loud, either to entice people in, or to obscure the fact the place was empty. Avoid. None.

Pumpkin Cafe

by leafmcgowan about Pumpkin

One of Britain's railway cafe's that has become quite infamous, the Pumpkin Cafe's serve most of traveller's snack and quick meal needs before and after their travel. Notorious for their pastries, chocolates, coffees, and teas that you can come to find at every Pumpkin Cafe - the prices are reasonable and service excellent. It is also a great place to get magazines to read for your journey as well as tables/chairs to sit down while awaiting your trip. For the laptop user, plugs are sometimes available though sparse. Rating: 3 stars out of 5.


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Address: Temple Gate House, Bristol, BS1 6PL, United Kingdom