Plush Hotel Bristol Airport

Redhill, North Somerset, Bristol, BS40 5TD, United Kingdom
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91%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
55%
91
Very Good
24%
41
Average
12%
20
Poor
5%
9
Terrible
2%
4

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  • Families90
  • Couples80
  • Solo92
  • Business82

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Travel Tips for Bristol

Back To The Train Station...

by coceng

This would be my last photo in Bristol...Capturing the sight just outside the station where buses were waiting, people were running catching their trains etc.
Me, I just strolled by...
I felt good, being in Bristol; Managed to capture some good sights for my memory forever !Wanna see what's the station look like ? Please click HERE !

SNIFF THE COUNTRY AIR!

by Duffelgirl

Bristol offers over 20 parks and open spaces for weary residents and tourists alike. For unrivalled views of the city and surrounding area, head for the ASHTON COURT ESTATE. Especially good if you have a bike and enjoy a fast cycle through woods and down long big hills. The estate is South West of Bristol and holds many events throughout the year including: The Bristol Community Festival, Kite Fiesta, Deer Feeding Walk, Bikefest and the Essential festival (to name a few). It is a great place for a Sunday walk.
BRANDON HILL is located in central Bristol (just go up Park St and turn off left - follow the sign posts)- this a wonderful oasis of green in the heart of the city and you will find Cabot Tower at the top for good views all around.
For other Parks and events go to the Tourist Information (next door to @Bristol) and pick up a 'Park Life' leaflet.

Queue to the Musak

by TheLongTone about Now the co-op

I have to admit I'm warming to the Gloucester Road branch of the co-op. I am under a moral obligation to buy some stuff here because the shop has both a front and a back exit and therefore provides a most useful shortcut through to the Gloucester Road, and I do feel that I should usually buy something as I pass through. And although the queues vary from long to ludicrous (those for the tills at the front of the shop can stretch to the back of the shop, snaking alongside the queue for the till at the back, which stretches all the way to the front....)
But I do have to say that the staff are a cheery bunch. And they have a bin to shove your unwanted plastic bags into for recycling. And the canned music is most unusual: Talking Heads, Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Massive Attack......have they been at my CD collection?

Really, all supermarkets are ghastly, but I can tolerate this one.

The photo? just thought it was an interseting paint job, just happens to be in the loading bay by the back entrance. Milk, the Guardian, some toilet paper. And actually they seem to sell better bananas than the nearby greengrocers.

I reached London with a...

by pollon

I reached London with a Ryanair flight and if you are travelling from Europe, I would suggest to check their fares going to www.ryanair.com
They don't offer any meal or snack, you have to pay for both or bring your own and they don't assign you a seat: when you get in, you have to find out where to sit but their planes are as much safe as any other and their flights are really cheap.

The only disadvantage is that they don't let you take any pic from the plane even after the take-off, in no case, never... :-(

I love the Meer Cats

by coopergirl2003

Bristol Zoo is really pleasant and not too big that it takes hours to get around. It doesn't have lots of chimps or giraffes but does well with smaller animals.

There's a tunnel underwater where you can look at the penguins and sealions swimming above you wich is pretty cool.

I can't remember how much it cost but it was about £11-£15 for adults

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Address: Redhill, North Somerset, Bristol, BS40 5TD, United Kingdom