These serviced apartments Bristol city centre are very central, in between the old Bristol city centre and Cabot Circus, Bristol's newest shopping centre.
The apartments are ideally located for a self-catering, city centre visit. In walking distance to Bristol Temple Meads train station and all the city centre attractions, you won't have far to go to see all the sites.
Next door to the apartments, you will find Bristol Bridge. It was from here that the city of Bristol was first formed back in Saxon times as Brycgstow meaning 'place of the bridge'.
The original Saxon bridge would have been timber-built, but Bristol grew to become a major port, in the 1240s Bristol followed London in replacing its bridge in stone. Today the bridge is listed as a Grade 2 listed building.
The apartment block has been converted from the site of a former Brewery, originally Georges Brewery and more recently, Courage, which was closed in 1999.
You will find some beautiful stone walls and fantastic architecture from the original building still in place today. You can enjoy the surrounds in our serviced apartments Bristol city centre accommodation in Bristol, perfect for a self-catering holiday.