- "My partner and I stayed here for a few days and we were warmly welcome by Paula on arrival. The room was beautifully decorated and the facilities were excellent. We were very impressed with the mini bar which was replenished daily. It’s ideally located in central London and would definitely choose this place again if we are back in the area."
- "Great contemporary décor, Brooks had a good ambiance, everything very clean. Staff were efficient, polite and helpful, breakfast was very good quality. My room had a view of brick walls but I had requested a quiet location and got it. It was on the small side but spotlessly clean and furnishings of good quality. We would definitely return for another week-end."
- "These apartments were great for a short stay in Bristol. It was very clean and well equipped with all that you could possibly need. There was also toiletries in the bathroom which we didn’t expect. It was well situated for shops and restaurants and we have recommended this place to our friends already."
- "Well located close to the harbour, walkable to places to eat and drink. Although the pub does great food itself. We were happy with our room, well furnished and decorated, clean and comfortable, well equipped. Breakfast is continental. We had a great week-end, the weather was kind and we did plenty of walking round the lovely Bristol area... "
- "Gorgeous apartment, stayed for 1 week with my family, great location walking distance to Bristol Zoo and the Downs. It was spacious. Lovely bedrooms, huge shower, fully equipped kitchen with a washing machine too, very very quiet, a lovely breakfast package. We thought it was fantastic value for money."
- "Booked to stay in these apartments on a recent trip to Bristol, it’s conveniently located for the city centre which was just a short walk away. The place was very clean and felt homely and there was secure parking which was a real bonus. The staff were all very friendly and helpful and it was really good value for money."
Head into Bristol city centre and prepare for a sensory overload as the sights, sounds and aromas one of the UK's most cosmopolitan cities combine to deliver quite the punch. Cabot Circus serves up probably the best shopping in the city as a whole, while the Harbourside is the place to go for sublime eateries and lazy afternoon cocktails. Most visitors begin their tour with a stroll around the Old City district, which is for the most part exactly as it was many centuries ago. Its quaint cobbled streets, historical buildings and traditional boutique shops really do take visitors back in time, though the jump from medieval simplicity to modern vibrancy is literally one of just a few yards.
Away from the bustle of the big city experience, it is worth making the trip to take in the stunning Clifton Suspension Bridge, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and opened in 1864. The bridge is an iconic symbol and is often used as the backdrop for films and television programmes. Bristol is also located tantalisingly close to The Cotswolds and Bath, opening up a world of opportunities for those looking to further their exploration into one of the UK's most gloriously rural areas.
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