With views of the waterfront, this four star Secret Hotel, ‘Waterfront savings on vibrant Bristol Waterfront – 4 star – Bristol’, is a beautiful romantic setting for your weekend getaway. This gorgeous boutique benefits from an onsite gourmet restaurant and lobby bar, so you can relax and unwind in the evenings in the comfort of this deluxe hotel. Staff are warm and welcoming, with a porter and 24 hour reception desk as well as offering car rental, indoor parking and room service to ensure your stay is everything you hope for and more. If you’re travelling with children, they’ll love the indoor waterpark and business travellers will be pleased to know that meeting rooms are fully equipped with audio/visual equipment and internet access.
For a unique place to eat, the Glassboat Restaurant is set over two decks of a converted barge in Bristol’s historic harbour. Wine connoisseurs will welcome the extensive wine list, featuring over 150 bottles from the old and new world. The Glassboat is open for breakfasts, Sunday lunches and romantic dinners, and is a must for those after a unique dining experience.
The Clifton Suspension Bridge has become an icon of Bristol, and is a must see during your visit. Why not treat yourself to an afternoon tea at The Bridge café and admire the best views of this architecturally innovative landmark. For a family day out, Wookey Hole is the perfect destination rain or shine. Delve deep into these mysterious caves where man lived over 50,000 years ago. The Cave Museum showcases some of the exciting excavations found here as well as more information about cave diving and the archeology of the site. You’ll learn tales of witches and hyenas that will leave you intrigued and amazed.
Add some culture and history to your stay with a trip to The Red Lodge Museum. This restored Elizabethan house is one of the country’s hidden gems containing exquisite examples of Georgian architecture and the Great Oak Room, which is said to be one of the finest rooms in the United Kingdom. Entry to the Museum is free, and you’ll discover the Tudor origins of the lodge, to its days as a Victorian reform school for girls. For contemporary culture, look no further than the streets of Bristol themselves. Street art is an integral part of Bristol’s culture, and where critically acclaimed street artist Banksy first began his work. Tours are available for highlights, or you can take it in as you explore the city.