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Merchants Rest, Bristol, Bristol

Merchants Rest
13 Redcross Street

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Welcome to Merchants Rest"Your Home away from Home"Merchants Rest Apartments Bristol offer high quality luxury serviced apartmentsin Bristol at prices that are less than those of a budget hotel yet to standards ofequipment and furnishing that in many respects exceed the best that is available.Enjoy the freedom and privacy of your own front door in a fully equipped new luxury apartment. A selection of brand new Studio, One & Two Bed Contemporary Apartments architecturally designed and constructed to a high specification to compliment today's lifestyles. The Development is set behind the façade of a historic building with the four star Bristol Marriott nearby, yet set in a quiet side street, away from the bustle and noise of City traffic. Access to major road, rail and air links is only a few minutes away. An Intelligent solution to your accommodation needs * Our aim is to save you money * Our prices are all inclusive. There are no extras. * Pay per room, not per person which proves to be extreme value for money! * Cook what you want, take-away or eat out……….Your call! Your budget! * Airport and Train shuttle pick up service to your Apartment * Shops bars and restaurants just a few minutes walk away. * DVD and Freeview as standard in all rooms. * Laptop hire facilities * Entertain or undertake business from behind the privacy of your own front door. * Free Wifi Connection in ALL rooms * Right in the heart of the city (200 Yards from Cabot Circus) cabot circus logo

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