Premier Inn Bristol - East (Emersons Green)

200/202 Westerleigh Road, Emersons Green, Bristol, BS16 7AN, United Kingdom
Premier Inn Bristol East - Emersons Green
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cheap hotel in the centre

by primavera56

please can someone suggest me a hotel in the centr of the city? i don't want to pay more than 75 euros per night. is there any?
thanx in advance!

RE: cheap hotel in the centre

by Phil_Weaver

Premier Travel Inn offer pretty good value for money - perhaps not quite 75 Euros per night but close, depending on location. The best one for location is the one in King Street but of course it is the most expensive of the options in central Bristol.

If you stay at the Haymarket one be careful which way you walk, you are quite close to a bad area there. However if you walk towards the City Centre you will be fine and this location is very close to the shops.

Premier Travel Inn website is

Another option is Travelodge ( ) the Bristol Central one is within easy walking distance of the centre and should be close to your budget.

If you can get a deal at Jury's Hotel in Prince Street that is a good location but normally would be more than you are hoping to pay.

It is worth shopping around because at this time of year you may be able to find a deal but check on location as there are a lot of hotels on the outskirts of the city that would be no good unless you have a car.

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Built into cliff face of the...

by greebo

Built into cliff face of the gorge is the St Vincents Rock railway. This is an old Victorian railway that used to tunnel through the gorge. The railway is now closed down but the facade still exists.

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* You need good walking shoes.

* Make sure you've enough warm clothes

* Indispensable : Solid rain gear !

During these 4 days, we had all sorts of weather : snowfall, rain, we were even in the middle of a blizzard (on day 2)

Backwell Woods. This used to...

by greebo

Backwell Woods. This used to be the site of an old monastry. You used to be able to wander through the woods which had some endangered species but most of the woods now are privately owned and fenced off. Shame as I remember seeing some rare butterflys and brillently coloured dragonflys. There is no longer access to the Monastry ruins.

a tangled web

by TheLongTone

Anybody contemplating leaving their bike locked up at Temple Meads station should take not that this can be a far from simple matter.

First Great Western claim over three hundred bike spaces.
There's an extents of bike parking on one of the platforms-since you need to pass through the ticket barrier to get to these they are strictly for those combining bike and train to make a journey, and some outside.

They are virtually always filled near or over capacity. Leaving a bike at Temple Meads can involve ten or more minutes searching for somewhere to secure one's mount. Often you have to lock your bike over another: generally an antisocial thing to do, but many of the bikes here are corpses, evident by the state of the chain, tyres and brakes.

Happy "Belly-dancing" food!!!

by JuliaK about Sands

Wonderful restaurant decorated in a Lebanese style, very oriental feel. The Lebanese cuisine is very close to my heart! All the dishes look so much like Greek but with a bit of exotic. Often they have Arabian Nights , with belly dancers, well cooked food, great service (very helpful and friendly staff) and "Sisha" ( nargileh) We have tried the Mezza which is a selection of hot and cold dishes. We had that cause that way we could have tried many things in small portions, rather than just a starter and a main course.
I can still have the different tastes in my mouth....
yiam yiam...
The Mezza is 15 GB p.p, and trust me its A LOT of food on the table!!!
When we left we had to go for a walk ... I couldn't move from the quantity of food that we ate.


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 Premier Inn Bristol - East (Emersons Green)

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Address: 200/202 Westerleigh Road, Emersons Green, Bristol, BS16 7AN, United Kingdom