Premier Inn Bristol East (Emersons Green) Hotel

Address: 200/202 Westerleigh Road, Bristol, England, BS16 7AN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 200/202 Westerleigh Road, Bristol, is near Clifton Suspension Bridge Visitor Centre, Thornbury Golf Centre, The Kendleshire Golf Club, and Willsbridge Mill.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • All-Suites Property

          TripAdvisor Reviews Premier Inn Bristol East (Emersons Green) Hotel

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Bristol

          We Gather Together

          A travel blog entry by cduval on Nov 08, 2015

          27 photos

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          Our trip with a local arts and crafts group to Goldsmith's Hall in London one day -- fascinating as it was -- made even more fascinating when Christine Erratt, my high school friend and silver expert, told me she'd recently spent time there researching her book and knew the librarian.


          Lunch with Pamela Harbour at Ellenborough Park with glorious views over the Cheltenham landscape and a strange equine statue ...

          Grandson ...

          Finally, a castle

          A travel blog entry by arne_yveline on Nov 02, 2015

          2 photos

          ... go to markets more often. Sadly ours don’t have the kind of stalls filled to the brim with hats and vests, run by a smartly dressed gent I couldn’t help but compliment on his dashing appearance, and who was so very nice to blush for me.

          After taking the groceries back and finding out tomorrow was going to be rainy, we hopped in the car to go visit St Fagans National History Museum, from this point on known as Welsh Bokrijk. The main thing ...

          Torquay, Plymouth and other British Seascapes ....

          A travel blog entry by bandjholidays on May 21, 2014

          13 photos

          Again, our B&B provides us with the most bountiful breakfast and as we sit in the dining room, we can see that this place runs a full-on home-produce garden complete with ducks, chickens and sheep. So the produce we are served at breakfast is fresh and satisfying - lashings of thick bacon, fresh eggs, creamy milk .... mmmm mmmm mmmmmm.

          We are completely full as we head off down the road, discussing where we will head to today. ...

          Lona's family

          A travel blog entry by artell on Sep 27, 2013

          2 comments, 5 photos

          ... was on the market. No mate not moved yet, we are moving out tomorrow!! A day later I would have lost him, no new phone number, no mobile!!
          The renovations at the new house were looking a hit behind schedule, we got stuck in on Wednesday and helped a bit, mostly just tidying up so they could see the wood from the trees, amazing how it has come ogether in the last couple of days. Chris has been up there all day every day and ...

          More chartreuse on the way to Bristol

          A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Oct 19, 2012

          10 photos

          ... was broken. A well-meaning bystander tried to help him sit up, and offered him a drink of water. “No!” I blurted out, “not such a good idea. Please just let him lie there until help comes.” Others tried to turn his head and to put some sort of iodine solution on his knee abrasion. My role quickly became one of “just say no!” to well-meaning but unwise attempted interventions. But as a foreigner I felt a little ...