Royal Hotel

28 Gloucester Rd., Avonmouth, Bristol, BS11 9AD, United Kingdom
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Cheap places to live

by 1happygal

Can you suggest any cheap areas where in I can live in a flat or a house with my husband.

RE: Cheap places to live

by tse1212

Bristol is not a cheap city when it comes to property. The areas of Bristol that are "cheaper" are usually not nice places to be - Bristol has a significant drugs problem.

Do you have to be in Bristol or could you live outside the city? Other large towns in the area such as Cheltenham, Stroud or Swindon might be better areas to look for cheaper housing.

RE: RE: Cheap places to live

by 1happygal

Thanks a lot for your reply. I have to be in Bristol. I have to work as a nurse in BRI.

RE: RE: Cheap places to live

by tse1212

In that case get in touch with the Human Resources department at BRI -

they should be able to advise you on the best agencies to use when looking for accommodation.

RE: RE: Cheap places to live

by SarahCox


It all depends on your budget. A one bed flat can range from £400 - £700 per month.

The desirable areas are Clifton, Cotham, Redland, Westbury etc and you tend to pay more to live there.

There are plenty of cheaper and nice places to lives within a few miles of the city centre: Totterdown, Brislington, Fishponds, Eastville, Horfield, Bishopston to name a few. You could contact a letting agent and ask them for some advice (google letting agents in Bristol). There is plenty of information on the internet.

If you have any areas in mind I could give you a bit more info. As for most places, everywhere has nice bits and no so nice bits. There are no areas that you couldn't live in, they all have a chram.

Cheers, Sarah

Travel Tips for Bristol

Bristol Cathedral and...

by greebo

Bristol Cathedral and Redcliffe church are also worth visiting. The Cathedral can be found near the centre of the city and Redcliffe Church near Bedminster. I used to work at the Cathedral when I left I got a lovely letter from the clergy at the Cathedral saying what a good job I had done and how quiet the Cathedral was now that I have gone - funny that!!!!!!

The Adam and Eve, Bristol

by Gyppo

This pub is a good one, in between the Clifton suspension bridge and town. It serves a wide range of beers, and has a good menu. We had baguettes for lunch which were freshly cooked (maybe not made!) and filled, which did the job after a stroll to the bridge and back. There are lots of pictures and sculptures for sale, usually representing Eve.


by jhorsfield30 about The Mall at Cribbs Causeway

(AccessAbility provides FREE use of manual or electric wheelchairs and scooters. Staff will be able to recommend the best form of support to meet your individual needs. call 0117 9155326 for more details on this service)

Best Times to Visit Insiders Tips - Like all shopping destinations, The Mall has busy and quiet times. If you would like to visit at a quieter time of the week, we suggest you try our late nights Monday to Friday until 9pm or early on Saturday mornings from 9am. The busiest times of the week are Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

Extended Christmas Hours and special events over the Christmas season - please visit the website or for more information. The Mall offers all that is best about high street shopping in the comfort of an exciting, indoor, two level centre. Around 135 top name stores, 17 cafes and restaurants and a range of excellent facilities including a crèche, children's play area, cash machines and AccessAbility all under one roof, giving you the finest shopping choice in the South West. Above Average

Boat trip

by jetwind

The best way to see what the harbourside has to offer is to get into a boat and explore it from the water.
Both the Bristol Ferry Boat Company and the Bristol Packet offer tours, some with commentary, which are a great way to and from A to B.

Stylish dining on the harbour

by KennetRose about River Station

Classy, but reasonably-priced, nouveau-Brit restaurant house in the old harbour police station, jutting out into the water.

Reservations essential as this is (or was) considered a cool place to see and be seen. Calves liver with gnocchi - yummy!


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