All our hotels are situated in beautiful Clifton and easily accessible by bike, car and public transport.
All of our hotels are ideally situated in Bristol's beautiful Clifton, a neighbourhood filled with sweeping Georgian crescents, leafy squares and some of the city's best bars, cafes and restaurants.
Clifton is well-served by local bus routes, with nearby Whiteladies Road one of the main arterial routes in Bristol. Bus routes 1,2,3,4 and 72A run along this road from central Bristol. For those staying in the Rodney Hotel, Bus route 8 serves Clifton Village. Visit First Bus Bristol for more information on fares, routes and timetables.
Bristol Temple Meads has regular links to stations across the South West, with London Paddington only 90 minutes away. It is fifteen minutes' away by taxi or slightly longer via Bus route no.8. Clifton Down Station links to Bristol Temple Meads and is around a 15 minute walk from the Clifton and Washington hotels. For information on fares and timetables, please visit the Great Western Railway website.
According to Colas, Bristol is the UK's most bike-friendly city. We have secure cycle racks at a number of our hotels. There is also the option to hire a Brompton folding bike at Temple Meads and other spots around the city. Visit bromptonbikes for more information.
Voi e-scooters are a popular way of moving around the city. Find out how to download the app and other information on the Voi website.
As some of the only Bristol hotels with parking, we have limited parking available for guests. Spaces are allocated strictly on a “first come first served” basis. Unfortunately, spaces cannot be reserved so please ask reception when you arrive.
£9 per night at the Rodney Hotel and Washington Guesthouse
£10 per night at the Clifton Hotel
£15 per night at the Berkeley Square Hotel.
Street-parking is available in the local area. For information on cost, visit parkopedia.
Please be aware that there is now a Clean Air Zone in Bristol. While the hotels are not within the zone, drivers may have to pass through the zone to reach them. Visit the CAZ website for information on charges, zonal maps and exemption details.