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Guesthouses in Bristol There’s plenty to choose from when it comes to guest houses in Bristol and the surrounding area. So whether you’re looking for the comfort of staying in homely accommodation, or simply keen to experience the convenience of having a full English breakfast waiting for you when you arise from your slumber, you’ll find plenty of choice here.

Westfield Guesthouse [map] in Stoke Bishop is a beautiful example of the kind of luxurious guest houses available in the area. Ideally located between city and countryside, just 200 metres from Clifton Downs, this guesthouse is set in more than two and a half acres of private gardens and boasts several well appointed rooms. So whether you want to enjoy some scenic walks or be conveniently close to the M4 or M5 motorway, you’ll get the best of both worlds here.

Another beautiful abode can be found in Winscombe, the area that is home to the Daneswood House Hotel [map]. This guest house boasts breathtaking views over the Somerset countryside as well as generously proportioned, comfortable, and individually decorated bedrooms.

Alveston House Hotel [map] in Alveston is a smartly presented town house hotel that provides personal service in a quiet area just outside Bristol. There are 30 en suite bedrooms to choose from, and all are well equipped and comfortable. You can also take advantage of the adjoining restaurant, bar and conservatory.

Be close to the impressive Georgian shopping quarter at Clifton with a stay at The Clifton Hotel [map] on St Paul’s Road. This beautiful hotel prides itself on a relaxed atmosphere, the perfect contrast to a busy weekend of shopping. The ever-popular Racks Wine Bar and Restaurant offers guests an impressive place to dine and rooms are of an equally high standard.

Step back in time by booking a room at The Old Bowl Inn [map], Church Road, Lower Almondsbury. This quaint venue will impress all you history buffs, whilst real ale drinkers will feel right at home at the inn’s bar and restaurant. All rooms have en suite facilities and children are welcome. There are also facilities for people with access problems.

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