With an affordable luxury feel Brooks Guesthouse in Bristol is a contemporary stay that's cool without being cold.
Found behind a wrought iron gate in the heart of Bristol’s Old Town this gorgeous former 1950s office block mixes influences from American Colonial to Scandinavia in its design, along with a great mix of vintage and retro furnishings. Oh, and did we tell you it has four 1950s-style Winnebagos on the roof?
Bristol is well known for its art and music scenes and Brooks Guesthouse is a stone’s throw away from some of the best of it. Find the Old Vic Theatre and the Hippodrome nearby along with the new harbour-side development full of cool bars and arts centres.
The King Double room features classic Colonial panelling and shutters, while the Cole & Son wallpaper brings it up to date. Firmly catering to the 21st-century guest, the room also has flat-screen TVs and iPod docks.
The airy and informal dining area is home to a range of breakfasts from a delicious Eggs Florentine to the full English fry up. Even the yoghurts are made locally.
From the comfy open plan downstairs, visitors can access the Mediterranean style courtyard garden complete with its piece of own street art.
Step onto the roof for a totally different experience. Four ‘Rooftop Rockets’ sit on fun AstroTurf and offer an exciting overnight stay with an amazing view over Bristol.
St Nicholas Street
Bristol - United Kingdom
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