Westfield House

37 Stoke Hill, Bristol, BS9 1LQ, United Kingdom
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  • Solo66
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Forum Posts

Advise needed

by wooll3y


I currentley live in London, but considering moving up to Bristol (quite soon, possibly). I would be looking to move into a shared house in one of the nicer areas, and hoping to get work asap. I'm temping at the moment but this is my last week, but can't afford to leave it too long as I don't want to spend any unnecessary amounts of money. Any agencies that you could recommend that I could get in touch with?

Thanks in advance

RE: Advise needed

by curmo

Try my son, Ben at;

132 Whiteladies Road
Clifton,
Bristol
BS8 2RS

Telephone : 0117 973 88 66
Fax : 0117 973 55 11
Email : info@yourabode.co.uk

local estate agents

by marilynmondoe

hi
I've just moved here from london and have bought a house in kingsdown,
north bristol

I don't know specific letting agencies but I can give you names of estate agents we used that may do lets too.
Ocean Estates, Kendall & Harper, Andrews (Andrews Online)
They deal with houses in north bristol, Bishopston (quite studenty) as well as more affluent/lovely areas such as Redland, Cotham and Clifton.
Hope that helps a little

RE: RE: Advise needed

by alexenvalencia

buy Trade-It - lots of private ads

RE: RE: Advise needed

by BlueSkiesGirl

try the website easyroommate too

Travel Tips for Bristol

The Ruins...

by coceng

This is the photo taken by me from one side of The Church of St. Peter...The windows look really nice !
Some parts of this church have been rebuilt just to make it 'survive' ! Ruins or not, they forget something :
No roof covers this church !

Packing List

by greebo

Something you can actually lift!!!! Bring all the usual gear for dear old rainy England as we have a wide variety of different types of rain and in one week you can sample them all. Also advisable is a rope and a set of crampons due to the steepness of some of the hills. Toiletries and medical supplies are easily obtainable in Bristol We have several photographic equipment shops in central bristol so shouldnt be any problems obtaining supplies. There are some areas on the edge of Bristol where you can pitch the odd tent or two and several camping shops in Bristol for equipment/supplies. A translator.

Blaze Castle. The ruins of...

by greebo

Blaze Castle. The ruins of the old castle is still there hidden in the surrounding woods. I also believe the old water mill can still be seen with it old water wheel still intact. The woods themselves are beautiful and on a hot summer's day it is rather pleasant to stroll through. There is also a large mansion which for a fee you can view the interior. Many fete's and shows are held in the grounds of Blaze Castle. A victorian paddling pool is still in existance and in use in the summer months.

Local buses

by diocletianvs

Local transport is organized by a confusing network of buses operated by the First company. It seems they are not the last company since the only bus service I used was loop line #500 to the Create centre, and this is apparently not run by the First company.

Most buses eventually end up circling around the Centre Promenade formed between Colston Avenue and St. Augustine's Parade. If you are coming from the country where they drive on the right side of the road note that after you assume where your bus stop might be located it will most probably be located on the other side of the street ;)

Bristol is quite compact and you will probably only consider taking the #8 bus if you plan to visit Clifton, but this can be done on foot as well.

Asian re-fuelling station!!

by ian-uk about Budokan

Very different feel to this place serving great food, an experience not to be missed. Lots of different food on the menu including sushi, rice dishes, noodles etc. all on the web site. Nasi Goreng -- or tori no karage, sure I've spelled it wrong but hey go try for yourself.

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