Whether you are heading to Bristol for business or for pleasure, you’ll need somewhere to stay if your visit is for longer than a day. For that more personal touch, Bristol offers a huge range of family-run guesthouses and B&B’s.
You can search for one yourself, using various standard sites like booking.com and Trivago. However, if you’re looking for something that little bit different, head to AirBnB. Read on for our top three picks for Bed & Breakfast stays in Bristol.
Helen’s AirBnB offers a comfortable, cosy self-contained garden room that sleeps 2 on a sofa bed. A continental-style breakfast of cereal, homemade artisan bread and jam is provided. Other amenities include a well-equipped kitchenette and a shower room.
There’s a wood burner for those colder days and nights, and a patio and outdoor seating and BBQ for when the sun shines. The garden is shared with your hosts, Helen and Adam and their two small children.
However, the garden room has its own private entrance, meaning you can come and go as you please, at any time of the day or night. Longer stays of 28 days or more are also allowed. And if you’re staying in Bristol on business there is wi-fi and a dedicated office workspace.
The Centre Point
If you want to stay in the heart of Bristol’s Old City Centre, then look no further than this exceptional B&B hosted by Johnie, You’ll have the entire one-bedroom flat all to yourself, with breakfast provided.
Located in one of the quaintest buildings on the street, the flat itself is fully modernised. It offers a soundproofed bedroom and full bathroom. The split level living space has a fully equipped kitchen, bar level dining area and comfortable lounge with TV and wi-fi.
If food is your passion, then you are just a short walk the City’s historic heart which is packed with more bars and restaurants than any other square mile in England. Not to mention the lunchtime food stalls at nearby St Nicholas Market!
For a truly unique B&B in Bristol, why not stay in one of Brooks Guesthouse’s three Rooftop Rockets! Choose from the 16ft, 18ft or 20ft Retro Rockets, situated on the roof overlooking the courtyard garden.
Each rocket offers the luxury of a hotel room, with a double bed, shower room and seating area, encased in the magic of a British-built caravan design.
Breakfasts are traditionally eaten with the other guests in the main dining area.