Bristol Accommodation & Offers


£12.50 – UK City Sightseeing Tour – National Express

National Express offers

UK City Bus Tour Deal: See the city sights from an open top bus, from £12.50pp What better way to see the sights of a city than from a open … more.

Expires: 31st Dec 2014

2 for 1 on Attraction Tickets – National Express

National Express offers

Coach Ticket Deal: Great 2 for 1 offers on attraction tickets in London, Bristol, Manchester or Birmingham Four great cities and a whole host of fantastic 2 for 1 offers on a … more.

Expires: 31st Dec 2014

£55 Men’s MOT Spa Day – Buy A Gift

Buy A Gift offers

Spa Day Deal: The perfect Father’s Day gift – treat your Dad to a Spa Day! Looking for that special Father’s Day gift for your Dad? What better way to … more.

Expires: 31st Dec 2014

£3 Membership & Free Gift – RSPB

RSPB offers

UK Day Out Deal: Experience a great day out alone or with family with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds from just £3 per month. If you have … more.

Expires: 1st Jun 2015

22% Off UK Airport Parking – Sky Parks

Sky Parks offers

Airport Parking Deal: Save up to 22% off airport parking across 22 UK airports SkyParks provide savings across 22 airports in the UK with the ability to offer you up … more.

Expires: 31st Dec 2014

20% Off Voucher Code Limited Offer! – Red Letter Days

Red Letter Days offers

UK Deal: Grab 20% off your next Red Letter Day! Red Letter Days are offering this very limited discount code for your next Red Letter Day purchase on existing offers … more.

Expires: 31st Dec 2014

Bristol – Building aeroplanes since 1910

The history of Bristol goes back to the Palaeolithic era, with discoveries made that are around 60,000 years old. There are also Iron Age hill forts located in the region, along with the remains of Roman settlements.

The City itself began to develop from around the beginning of the 11th century and obtained one of the strongest castles in southern England under Norman occupation.

The port of Bristol grew in importance from the 11th century and at one point dealt with most of the trade from Ireland, although Liverpool, Birmingham and Manchester became the major sea ports and trading areas later. The Black Death in 1348 is believed to have killed an estimated half of the population in Bristol and this affected the City for another 200 years.

Bristol’s economy is reliant on the aerospace industry and has been making aeroplanes since 1910. In 1915 thousands of “Bristol Fighters” were built for World War I and much later Filton (near Bristol) became the British ‘half’ of the Concorde. The first British Concorde took off from Filton (1969) and made its final landing there as well (2003).

Reasons to visit Bristol

There is no shortage of things to see and do in Bristol and some of the main attractions are the Avon Gorge, Blaise Castle (mansion house), Bristol Cathedral (founded 1140), Bristol Zoo, Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol Harbour, Bristol Harbour Railway, Bristol Hippodrome Theatre and the SS Great Britain (a 19th-century passenger steamship).

Entertainment and Dining in Bristol

There is a wide selection of entertainment in Bristol, including a number of theatres, cinemas, nightclubs, casinos and pubs. Eating places are plentiful and varied such as The Muset by Ronnie, Prego (Italian) and Entelia (Greek).

Accommodation in Bristol

You can find many Guest Houses, B&Bs, Rooms and self catering apartments in Bristol, along with hotels like Premier Inn Bristol Cribbs Causeway, Henbury Lodge Hotel and The Bristol Hotel.