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child friendly b&B or hotel in Bristol area?

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elliott Tue 19-Apr-05 13:42:11

Thats it really. Looking for somewhere to stay while we see friends who don't have room to put us up. Needs interconnecting rooms. Self catering apartment might be a good solution.

Any ideas Bristolian mnetters? Thanks.

WestCountryLass Tue 19-Apr-05 14:25:13

Where abouts in Bristol will you be? There are loads!

tortoiseshell Tue 19-Apr-05 14:27:32

There's a travel lodge up near Cribbs - don't know what it's like for children but I imagine it must cater for them, and you could get some shopping time at The Mall!

elliott Tue 19-Apr-05 14:29:08

BS5 - I actually don't even know if thats north or south.
I'm sure there are loads but with connecting rooms? Thats a major factor really because if we are all in the same room we might as well stay with the friends!
Thanks

WestCountryLass Tue 19-Apr-05 14:36:07

Also worth bearing in mind you will need to book early as rooms are in short supply, especially mid-week. Anyway, here are a few suggestions:

http://www.corushotels.co.uk/bars.asp?hotelID=17

http://marriott.com/property/specials/default/brsry?WTRef=mileft

WestCountryLass Tue 19-Apr-05 14:40:41

It's fairly central, I live in BS5 too

Hmmmm, not sure about the interconnecting rooms though. I Googled and it is porrible the Thistle Hotel might have them:

http://www.thistlehotels.com/thistle/hotels/aboutThistle/bedrooms.do

elliott Tue 19-Apr-05 14:42:53

many thanks, will check out those links. Friend has recently moved and haven't seen this house yet - I'm sure it's in a lovely area though

WestCountryLass Tue 19-Apr-05 14:46:15

That Corus Hotel is a bit far away but the other two are fairly central (I posted that before I knew where you were). Hope you find something!

tamum Tue 19-Apr-05 14:53:48

If you're made of money there's always Woolley Grange or Calcot Manor, but they're both getting on for an hour away I would guess.

elliott Tue 19-Apr-05 16:37:05

Thanks tamum - I thought of those, certainly they would give us thefacilities we need but really we just need somewhere to crash out and I think those hotels are probably better for a treat when you can make the most of the facilities.
I may see if the tourist info service can hunt me something appropriate down...

WestCountryLass Tue 19-Apr-05 22:47:54

If you are prepared to stretch to Woolley Grange prices, then maybe the Hotel du Vin in Bristol:

http://www.hotelduvin.com/bristol/bristol_rooms.asp

They have studios and loft suites

And The Days Inn have apartments too:

http://www.daysinn.com/DaysInnUK/control/Booking/property_info?propertyId=14330&brandInfo=DI

HTH

elliott Wed 20-Apr-05 08:51:58

thanks. the apartments certainly look like a good bet!

WestCountryLass Wed 20-Apr-05 21:27:19

I felt sure there would be something out there in this here village parading as a cosmopolitan city!

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