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If you’re visiting Bristol for the first time, or staying just for the weekend, charming Old City with its cobblestone streets is an ideal location for your Bristol holiday rentals, being central and close to historic landmarks. Saco Bristol - Broad Quay is located just steps away from historical sites like St Nicholas Market and Bristol Cathedral.
Bristol holiday homes for a variety of budgets can be found all over, but the cheapest options are generally found outwards from the city towards the outskirts, or even a neighbouring city like Bath. Staying somewhere like the Central City Pad in Bath will allow you to explore another historic city all on its own, while staying within 20min of driving to Bristol.
Stokes Croft, Bristol’s cultural quarter, is a good pick for artists and creatives, with local boutiques and artist studios, as well as a couple of Banksy’s street art pieces dotting the area. Modern 2 Bedroom Flat with 2 en suite bathrooms is just 0.2 of a mile away from Banksy’s Mild Mild West.
Clifton is a popular and picturesque location of Bristol, with Clifton Village and views of the famous suspension bridge. It’s the best place to view the balloons during the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta. Although an upmarket area, affordable accommodation nearby like The Alma Taverns Boutique Suites can still be found.
If you want a hip area where all the locals hang out to drink cider by the waterfront, Bristol holiday rentals in Harbourside could be for you. The Loft Apartment in Historic Building in Quiet Central Setting is a 5-min walk from the Harbourside and its docks bustling with shops, restaurants, and pubs (some on the water).
Old Market has a safe and diverse nightlife scene, with cabaret and traditional pubs to places to dance the night away like the Exchange and The Elmer’s Arms. Saco Bristol - West India House is close to Old Market.
Choosing a Bristol holiday home with a kitchen means you can prepare your own meals, which is great if you are on a budget. Bristol in particular is a great place to shop for fresh produce, with plenty of independent local market stalls and stores to shop from, and a big vegan community.
Old City is a great place to stay if you love to shop. The area is packed with a variety of hip boutiques and independent shops selling clothes, accessories to suit every style and budget. Stay in Your Apartment Riverside House for your shopping spree.
Clifton could be ideal for those with a family, as it is a quiet neighbourhood yet not too far from the city centre. On top of that, Clifton boasts its own family friendly attractions Bristol Zoo, the Clifton Suspension Bridge, and the University of Bristol Botanic Gardens.
Where to stay in Bristol?
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