Lodge at Bristol
Key Worker Opening / Closure Notice
Following the revised government guidance, our hotels remain closed temporarily.
However, during this challenging time, we are really pleased to be able to open our hotels to all key workers on a room only or bed and breakfast rate. Please note, all public areas (Bar & Restaurant) are closed and breakfast will be provided in your room.
For all other guests, we are very sad about being closed to you and we can't wait to welcome you back. Why not plan your summer break now at our sister hotel – Aztec Hotel & Spa - with a fantastic 20% off Summer Short Breaks (on all bookings made before 1st June 2020). We're taking bookings from 13th July and, for your peace of mind, we are offering a no quibble refund for all bookings up to 6th September 2020 if any dates change as a result of further guidance.
From all the team at the Lodge at Bristol and Aztec Hotel & Spa - we wish you well and we hope you stay safe.
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22.2 miles The Roman Baths
21.5 miles Bath Boating Station
22 Miles Bath Abbey
19.8 miles Chew Magna
36.6 miles Principality Stadium
13.6 miles Dyrham Park
22.4 miles Westonbirt Arboretum
31 miles Cheddar Gorge
25 miles Weston-Super-Mare
31 miles Wookey Hole
plenty to see and do
The Lodge is in the perfect location to explore the South West. With Bristol only a 20 minute drive away and further afield Bath only 40 minutes, there’s a huge range of things to see and do to entertain the whole family.If you’re up for travelling a little bit further you can also venture outside of England into Wales as Cardiff is only a 45 minute drive away. Local attractions include Bristol Zoo gardens, which has been open for over 182 years and is home to a huge family of animals including Red Pandas, Gorillas and African Penguins. If you wish to continue along the wildlife route Bristol Aquarium is also only 10 miles away and boasts thousands of amazing aquatic creatures, including tropical sharks, rays, seahorses and more.
Bristol is also a great place to shop with Cabot circus shopping centre offering over 120 stores, restaurants, cafes and cinemas. For the outdoorsy types The Lodge is close to the Cotswold Hills, designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty; it’s a beautiful area for walking or cycling. The area is dotted with villages where you can enjoy afternoon tea or a lovely
lunch after walking.
For evening entertainment The Lanes Bristol offers a boutique bowling alley,bar and diner. They also have a karaoke room and pool tables and cater for all types of parties.