The local area
The ever-changing vista from The Eye might just provide all the entertainment you’ll ever need; watch Bristol’s City scape moves from day to night, with twinkling lights and start filled skies. Enjoy the changing seasons, experience amazing sunsets or storm clouds gathering on the horizon with views that sweep across to Dundry. Or while away the hours people-watching; trains to arrive and depart to destinations all over the British Isles.
But if do venture out a host of opportunities lie within walking distance or just a short ferry hop away:
- Cinema De Lux at Cabot Circus
- Colston Hall
- Bristol Old Vic and The New Vic Theatres
- Trinity Centre Music Venue
- Castle Park
- Riverside walks
- Queen square
- M Shed
- SS Great Britain
- The Matthew
- Redcliffe Caves
Food & Drink
Places too numerous to mention but here are a few favourites:
- Harvey Nics
- Brasserie Blanc
- San Carlo
- Bordeaux Quay
- Mud Dock.
Trains and boats and buses – not quite the same as the song - but the frequent Bristol Flyer (direct Bristol International Airport) stops at Temple Meads, there are very few modes of transport beyond your reach.
Road links are numerous too, but with such an array of public transport to choose from and so much on your doorstep, who needs a car?
There are very few developments able to boast that Bristol’s newest and most exciting shopping destination, Cabot Circus, provides their local shops. Just a short walk away, you’ll find many of the UKs finest retailers located in its wide open avenues. On a more practical level, supermarkets ranging from local convenience stores are in walking distance whilst the full scale Tesco and Sainsbury’s supermarkets are just a short drive away.