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85% would recommend it to a friend
A little jewel
I like the Avon Gorge a lot, having stayed there a few times.
My room on Monday evening was very clean, comfortable and peaceful. Although I didn't have breakfast this time, I know from experience it is very hearty.
I love the avon gorge hotel.
The staff are Brilliant and the setting is idylic. The problem with booking at the Avon gorge is that the size and quality of the rooms vary immensely within the same price bracket. It would be really useful to know whether my superior double/twin will be a sprawling space with balcony and floor to ceiling windows or a box at the top with a tiny window that barely spills enough light to find the light switch. I expect to pay less for the latter bit it's pot luck at the moment. I'll still go but will call them first next time.
Better than expected!
We only needed a room for the night as we were bringing my niece to University it was too far to travel to Bristol and back in a day with young kids.
Hotel availability was very limited, and the Avon Gorge was the only one I could get within the city itself, so I really wasn't expected much more than a place to put our heads down. I was therefore pleasantly surprised by the quality of the hotel - the room we had was a family room and was very spacious, and the breakfast was really good with top quality ingredients. We had a wonderful view of the Clifton Suspension bridge, and took our time in the morning to stroll across it and take in the views. My only "gripes" would be that parking is limited, but we managed to find a space on one of the street surrounding the hotel, so it wasn't too bad. There was also an 18th birthday party going on downstairs, so there was a little noise, but nothing to keep anyone awake at night.
Although I have stayed in some of the best hotels in the world on business I have to say that this is my favourite.
The position is as spectacular as you could find in the UK and everything is done just right. If it is your first time in Bristol be sure to take a ride on the harbour ferry up to the centre and then go for a drink in the Llandoger Trow, where Daniel Defoe met Alexander Selkirk who was his inspiration for Robinson Crusoe.
Nice place to stay
Staff really friendly.
One or two rooms could do with updating, but this is in progress so give it a few months and all the rooms should be top notch.
mid week break
Hotel beautifully situated plesent looking both inside and out a couple of minor issues on arrival with my booking but were dealt with quickly and professionally the room was well presented but on arrival noticed curtains were hanging off and the ironing board were missing again however these minor issues were dealt with by the hotel staff quickly.all the staff were very friendly and helpful although there were one or two language issues.the breakfasts I had booked were extremely good and very well worth the 6.50 per day each and in the evening the hotel pub is very lively with good staff and excellent service and food.I would not hesitate to stay here again for a night or two although I don't know if there is enough to keep me there longer all in all for a short break excellent
Good venue, food ok, drinks very expensive very little parking.
Really helpful reception and Restaurant staff.
Room was clean and spacious, the bathroom was very well designed and we had a view of Clifton Suspension Bridge and Avon Gorge. However we both found the mattresses too hard and, therefore, uncomfortable. The Bridge Cafe was excellent both for dinner and breakfast; the staff could not have been more helpful. Altogether a good experience that was slightly marred by the hard bed.
Quaint and homely
It may not be super-duper up-to-date but I have stayed here several times now and have become quite fond of the place.
The location is amazing and it is good value for money. Doubt I would stay anywhere else in Bristol or Clifton now.