Bristol is located in the South West of England and is the most populous city in this area. A beautiful part of the world, attracting tourists from all over the country and abroad, there’s plenty of things to do if you want to go out for a bit of sightseeing. With all the choice out there, it is understandable to see why Bristol is so popular as a travel destination, especially those looking for a different culture to immerse themselves in.
Whether it is going out and getting fresh air and marveling at the stunning views of the Clifton Suspension Bridge or walking across the Downs, there’s plenty to do if you’re looking for a bit of exploration. There’s also bustling markets and vibrant festivals (fingers crossed they go ahead!), so plenty of entertainment choices out there to meet your needs whatever they may be.
When it comes to booking your stay and finding appropriate accommodation, look no further than serviced apartments in Bristol. Beech House serviced apartments in Bristol have a range of places available which all boast period features and carefully selected antique furniture throughout the private luxury apartments, creating a nice homely atmosphere away from home. With other amenities available such as free parking, these serviced apartments in Bristol provide the perfect location for you to get away. Keep on reading to find out more as this blog examines all the things to explore.
Bristol – so many choices available
With the Bristol serviced apartments in a great location in Clifton, any residents will have great access to all the city has to offer. One example on your doorstep is the Clifton Suspension Bridge opened in 1864. No matter how many times you’ve climbed up to Clifton Village to take a look, the giant wrought iron structure never fails to inspire sheer vertiginous awe, whatever the weather or time of year. After walking around and marveling at the view, you then don’t have too far to travel back to your serviced apartment in Bristol!
As the UK’s first ‘cycling city’ why not explore on two wheels, head to the huge open spaces and wooded trails of Ashton Court, cycle out to the beautiful Snuff Mills. There are plenty of resources online to illustrate possible cycling routes. However active you want to be, what better way to spend a day and then put your feet up back at your serviced apartment in Bristol.
Final recommendation if you really want to immerse yourself in the heart of Bristol, is head to Stokes Croft, the largest strip of independent retailers in Europe. Support the spirit of independence that thrives in Bristol, as they even have a community currency for shopping in the city’s many indie shops.
It really is up to you and how you want to make the most of your experience, but staying in a serviced apartment in Bristol really is the perfect setting for you to do anything you desire.