Attractions à proximité
- Cabot Circus shopping centre
- Bristol Hippodrome theatre
- O2 Academy Bristol music venue
- Royal West of England Academy of Art
- Ashton Gate Stadium, home of Bristol City F.C
- Bristol Zoo Gardens
- Millenium Stadium Cardiff
- Brunel's SS Great Britain museum ship
- Bristol Harbourside restaurants, cafés and bars
- The Roman Baths in the city of Bath
- National Trust Tyntesfield house and estate
- Clifton Suspension Bridge
- Stonehenge Visitor Centre
- The Mall at Cribbs Causeway shopping
- Cotswold District
- Weston Super Mare traditional seaside resort
- Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
- Digital 3D planetarium at @Bristol science centre
- Gromit Unleashed 2
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Near the Clifton Suspension Bridge are The Downs, a large public park. At the centre, the Clifton Observatory, built into a one-time snuff mill, houses a camera obscura. Like a giant pinhole camera, this darkened room at the top of the building takes "pictures" of the surrounding countryside and projects them onto a wall, making for vivid panoramic views.
The city of Bath, just over half an hour's drive from the hotel, has been a place of rest and recuperation since Roman times. In addition to the preserved Roman bath ruins, you can visit the contemporary Thermae Bath Spa and the Royal Crescent, a row of striking Georgian townhouses laid out in a semicircle. The American Museum in Britain near the University of Bath displays American folk art.
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A 20-minute drive from the hotel, the Clifton Suspension Bridge is one of Bristol's best-known icons. A masterpiece of Victorian engineer and architect Isambard Kingdom Brunel, this 1864 bridge spans the Avon Gorge and the River Avon. That means a walk across the bridge, ending in leafy Leigh Woods, yields some impressive views - if you're not afraid of heights, that is.
If you're a fan of street art, keep your eyes peeled for works by Bristolian guerrilla artist Banksy. The city's M Shed museum displays the "Grim Reaper", moved from its original location on the side of a boat. At the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, you can spot "Paint Pot Angel". A short drive from the hotel on Fishponds Road, look out for the bright pink mask on the "Masked Gorilla".