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GO Romantic in Bristol

Romantic Evenings in Bristol Spoil the one you love with a glimpse of a decidedly romantic Bristol. Set the mood for a weekend away or longer stay with a hideaway hotel and compliment this by dining in intimate surroundings.

Why not get away from it all and book into a delightful hotel in stunning grounds. You’ll be spoilt for choice with the vast selection of excellent retreats in and around Bristol and the beautiful Somerset countryside.

The Grange Ramada Jarvis [map] in Winterbourne is a splendid house standing in 18 acres of countryside within easy reach of Bristol city centre. It combines the relaxation of a country retreat with the cosmopolitan attractions of the city. The Poolside Leisure Club includes indoor pool, solarium, sauna, spa bath, gym equipment, croquet lawn and health and beauty salon. So if you really want to treat the lady (or the gent) in your life this would be a good place to start.

The Rodney Hotel [map] is a small, romantic hotel with a secret walled garden, set in the heart of Clifton village. This is the perfect place to start exploring Bristol, and the staff go out of their way to make every guest feel special. With just 31 bedrooms it is hardly surprising that the atmosphere is warm and homely. The hotel has its own private walled garden where guests are welcome to eat, drink or just relax and enjoy the beautiful and tranquil surroundings.

Once you’ve found that perfect retreat you’ll need a romantic restaurant to set the mood. One of the best is Sands [map] on Queens Road. This intimate venue gives the feeling of eating in a huge cosy cavern and the menu is packed with unusual Lebanese delicacies. There’s also a beautiful garden attached to cool off in during the summer months and shisha’s handy for smokers to blow away the troubles of the day.

The Firehouse Rotisserie [map], Anchor Square, Harbourside, is an unusual restaurant that’s just perfect for a special meal with a touch of the theatrical. Serving simple food without the fuss, this restaurant is also good if your partner doesn’t like the added frills of some restaurants.

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