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Bishopsworth is an interesting town positioned on the edge of Bristol in the West Country, and is home to just over eleven thousand people. It dates far back in time to the Saxon Settlers who first came here, and from a small farming community the town has grown, there is still a leafy feel with fine views over the Severn Estuary and the engineering masterpiece of the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Today's visitors can enjoy the attractive surrounding countryside, the Norman looking 19th Century church that's dedicated to St Peter, a varied choice of shops around the town, restaurants offering a warm welcome, and pubs offering something a little stronger. With the close proximity of the historic city of Bristol visitors may wish to dwell a while longer and can easily find a wealth of places to stay from Hotels, comfortable B&B's, and cottages.

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Premier Inn Bristol South (1.22 miles)

Premier Inn Bristol South
Near Bristol city centre and just 30 minutes from Bath. Enjoy a show at Bristol Hippodrome, see the SS Great Britain, or animals at Bristol Zoo. This Premier Inn hotel is just 20 minutes from ... More | visit website
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The Malago Bed and Breakfast (1.60 miles)

The Malago Bed and Breakfast
Welcome to The Malago Bed and Breakfast, we are sure that you will not find a bed and breakfast as comfortable and welcoming as ours in Bristol! Bristol is a contemporary, cutting-edge city with a rich ... More | visit website
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Windmill Hill Views (1.88 miles)

Windmill Hill Views is a beautifully architect designed living space, set within a period Victorian house. With double bedroom, lounge with sofa bed, dining table and doors opening to private terrace to enjoy spectacular views ... More | visit website
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The Angel Inn (1.97 miles)

The Angel Inn

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The Angel is a historic village pub surrounded by farmland, next to a 600 year old church, and yet it is ideally situated less than one mile from Bristol city ... More

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acityabode @ Harbourside (2.32 miles)

acityabode @ Harbourside

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The Point development sits in the heart of the harbour and is only 50 yards from the iconic SS Great Britain. The development is in a superb location and just ... More

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Harbour House Serviced Apartments by Portland (2.40 miles)

Harbour House Serviced Apartments by Portland

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Harbourhouse apartments a very large luxurious two bedroom, two bathroom modern apartments 2 years old. The apartments benefit from broadband, cable TV , are close to the harbourside, historic SS ... More

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Luxury Rooms Bristol (2.43 miles)

Luxury Rooms Bristol
Luxury Rooms Bristol specialise in providing luxurious serviced apartments for leisure and business travellers visiting the city. Our guests are treated to spacious, comfortable, well-managed accommodation right in the heart of the city. All of ... More | visit website
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38 Capricorn Quay (2.47 miles)

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Luxury Serviced Apartment, available for short-term serviced lets. Reservations are accepted for a period of between 3 days and 3 months at a competitive ... More

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Travelodge Bristol Central (2.56 miles)

Travelodge Bristol Central

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Alderman Apartments - Magdalena Court (2.58 miles)

Alderman Apartments - Magdalena Court

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Contemporary 1 and 2 bedroom apartments in a quiet road within walking distance of Temple Meads train station and the city centre. Spacious reception rooms and secure parking make it ... More

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