The Best Bargains in Bristol this January
After the festivities of December die down it is easy to feel disheartened by the arrival of January. Don’t let party-fatigue and empty pockets stop you from starting the New Year with a bang; here are some wallet-friendly ideas to bring some joy to January!
Make a post-Christmas escape
Give yourself a fresh start for the New Year and hit reset with a revitalizing trip away to Bristol. Clifton Hotels have released an unbelievable January 2020 special offer – to usher in the new decade, room prices will start at an amazing £20.20! Discounts of up to 80% will be applied to all four of the unique hotels; however there is limited availability so book soon here to avoid disappointment!
Indulge in the arts
Get inspired by a visit to Bristol Harbourside’s Arnolfini gallery, where the exhibitions are continually updating. One of Bristol’s most popular art centers, the Arnolfini is host to a wide range of visual arts, performance, music and film. What’s more, entry is free!
Delicious (guilt-free) dining
Just because you made those New Year’s resolutions doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself! This January, Racks Bar and Kitchen are offering a whopping 50% off mains! This is the perfect excuse to bring friends and family together and maybe catch up with the people you missed during the busy Christmas season. Grab some hearty winter warmers including speciality pies and risotto and keep the festive spirit up without breaking the bank!
The 400-year-old Ashton Court Estate is a country park and mansion with 850 acres of woodland and offers something for everyone. For the explorers, there are cycle paths and woodland trails leading to beautiful views. Families can enjoy deer-spotting and investigate the amazing miniature railway, while the mansion itself offers a rich history for rainy days.
Walk with dinosaurs
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery houses a horde of ancient artifacts, including mummies, dinosaurs and even a gorilla! Entrance is free and there are two special exhibitions open this January. ‘Do you believe in magic?’explores witchcraft and superstition while the ‘Being Human’ sculpture exhibit discusses self-expression.
Don't forget to book your accommodation for January 2020!
Posted on 19th November 2019 by Freya Reynolds