Pubs & Inns In Bristol

Quintessential Pubs and Inns in Bristol

Sophistication is awesome, but you’d prefer a place with some character. We have taken care to select the best pubs and inns in Bristol for you to choose from. Look no further, we’ve got the place for you, whether it’s a slightly modern inn or a pub with a spitting log fire.

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The Wellington

The Welly is a beloved pub famous for its warm welcome, amiable staff and great service. The recently renovated establishment features a large dining room where quintessential English cuisine is served throughout the day using locally sourced ingredients from respectable food vendors. The long bar features a fine selection of craft beer and preserved ales. There are eight guest rooms at the Wellington ranging from double, twin and king sized rooms and each room is decorated in a contemporary style with full amenities such as Wi-Fi, flat screen TV, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities and a private modern bathroom.

Address:Gloucester Road, Horfield, Bristol BS7 8UR, United Kingdom

Call:+44 117 951 3022

Website:https://www.thewellingtonbristol.co.uk/

The Angel Inn

Situated next to a 600-year-old church, two miles from the city centre is the Angel, a historic village pub popular among the locals and the business community. The Angel has a good reputation for its food and offers a fantastic selection of award-winning ales. The gorgeous rooms on offer are fully equipped with a TV, hairdryer, DVD player, biscuits, complimentary tea or coffee and a PlayStation or Xbox console (games included) you can borrow to keep the kids entertained.

Address:172 Long Ashton Rd, Long Ashton, Bristol BS41 9LT, UK

Call:+44 1275 392244

Website:www.theangel-longashton.co.uk/

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The Bowl Inn

Whether you’re in Bristol for business or pleasure The Bowl Inn offers a superb selection of rooms, food, wine and real ales. The menu, inspired by timeless classics and contemporary dishes are madewith ingredients from local suppliers to produce great tasting meals. The bar is flush with an impressive selection of traditional ale, beer and wines. The bowl has provided hospitality to visitors since 1550 and the rooms have been upgraded with luxury beds, flat screen TV, Wi-Fi, ground floor bedrooms and free view satellite.

Address:16 Church Rd, Almondsbury, Bristol BS32 4DT, UK

Call:+44 1454 612757

Website: https://www.sabrain.com/pubs-and-hotels/the-south-west/bristol-somerset/the-bowl-inn/

The Hunters Rest Inn

Nestled in the spectacular Wansdyke countryside is the Hunters Rest Inn, a secluded lodge with a panoramic view across Chew Valley to Mendip Hills and beyond. The ideal location of the Inn makes it convenient for customers around Bristol, Wells and Bath. The Inn is famous for its freshly cooked homemade meals and fully stocked cellars. The first floor has been converted into a fleet of luxury rooms furnished and decorated to the best standards available. The rooms feature pristine antique furniture, four-poster suites, Wi-Fi, digital televisions and three rooms with a glorious view.

Address:King Lane, Clutton Hill, Bristol BS39 5QL, United Kingdom

Call:+44 1761 452303

Website:www.huntersrest.co.uk

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SSW Tips:

The Angel Inn provides bikes for hire to those on a cycling holiday. LateRooms.com also offers great discounts for standard rooms at the Angel Inn. Ifyou’re visiting Stanton Drew Circles and Cove, the Hunters rest is only 3.0m away which makes it an ideal lodging.

You’ll love the charming locations where the pubs and inns are situated. This is the right kind of accommodation for you if you’re looking to have a holiday with a load of traditional English homeliness.