x The average starting price for a place to stay in Bristol is £71 per night.
Ereshkigal The service was great! A good atmosphere of mutual trust, Alison was always very helpful and merry all the time! The only minor suggestion that I would have is that maybe it would be good to clean the toilets and showers a bit more often if there are a lot of people staying :) Then I think I would give five stars for the value-price, otherwise it is a four. But this is a minor thing (as it was clean, really!). A very fine touch was the quality of the room, with TV, a kettle and a stock of tea, coffe, milk and sugar renewed daily (and my personal favourite: a very comfortable bed!), and rich breakfasts with a very satisfying choice of food available until the afternoon. Also, the location is perfect, as it is within walking distance both from the station (Temple Meads), and the City Centre (e.g. a lot of touristic attractions, University facilities etc). So all in all, when I'm in Bristol again, I'll definetly stay in the Avonside Guest House!
marina.res It was manoey well spent. The kitchen has every you may possibly need to help yourself. The location was good, but a bit far from the bus or train station. It was a good stay.
darrenb1 Just back from the Rock N Bowl Youth Hosel in Bristol. Its a big building yet was a bit hard to find. Once in the hostel is up 2 flights of wide stairs. Luggage store on ground floor. Showers are just about ok. Common room was exellent and a small kitchen was evident. As we were with a Uni group our requrements of the Rock Bowl backackers weere limited. Location Location Location was the key. Nice coffee was a plus!
sailax1 I will definitelly recommend to any body looking for a place to stay and with lack of money. Warmly and friendly hosts. Perfect for backpackers.
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