Caf culture hotel in the Clifton district of Bristol
Located just away from the vibrant city centre, the Clifton Hotel Bristol offers guests a relaxing stay punctuated by a few special touches.
This Grade II listed building houses a variety of rooms decorated in a modern style but still exuding a sense of tradition. Amenities come in the form of an en-suite bathroom, television with satellite channels, and wireless internet connectivity. Guests will also discover a few little personal touches.
As with most hotels, tea and coffee making facilities are available within the room but this 2-star property offers loose leaf tea as well as hot chocolate. Hand baked biscuits, the perfect accompaniment to a hot cup of tea, are provided also. A bowl of fresh fruit and complimentary toiletries are also found within the room.
The hotels ground floor accommodates the Clifton Caf. Here special emphasis is placed on generating a comfortable atmosphere yet adding a sense of the unique. Close connections to a specialist tea company (All The Teas In China) means that the caf is able to offer an assortment of luxury teas for visitors to relax with. Those with a sweet tooth should tuck into the some of the cafs homemade cakes.
As well as its fine selection of teas, the Clifton Hotel Bristol also offers guests and locals alike the chance to drink and dine in Racks Bar. Here youll find an assorted menu to enjoy in a separate dining area, whilst a bar and heated patio area make a fine backdrop for an evenings entertainment.
Those visiting the city for leisure will be pleased to find that several noteworthy attractions are found within the Clifton area that houses the hotel. The Clifton Cathedral, finished in 1973, offers visitors a different view of religious structure. Its modern design is a far cry from that of the traditional cathedrals that spring to mind. Those that dont find modern architecture to their favour can visit Bristol Cathedral, a twelfth century Norman structure rich with long arches and sharp points.
The Clifton Suspension Bridge, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and completed in 1864, is the symbol of the city. The 412 meter bridge traverses the River Avon connecting the city of Bristol to Leigh Woods in Somerset. Its design and construction were ground-breaking at the time and would go on to influence a number of designers and architects.
Clifton Down is a large open green space perfect for those looking for a relaxing time. Including an observatory and sports fields, the park has more to do than you might expect, yet retains a relaxing atmosphere. Further parks and green spaces can also be found around the city and in the near vicinity, including the Cotswolds. The Rivers Avon and Frome dissect the city and provide some scenic areas of interest.
The city of Bristol itself is ripe with historic buildings, a very large number of which have been listed in order to preserve their heritage, and fine architecture, as well as restaurants, pubs, sporting facilities, and entertainment venues. The Clifton Hotel Bristol provides easy access to all of these.