Future Inn Bristol

If you're on business in Bristol or even just visiting the adjacent Cabot Circus shopping centre, the Future Inn is a cheap, convenient and comfortable stopover.

Its strength is its contemporary design which feels clean and functional. Parking (which comes free with accommodation) is available in the shopping centre next door.

Overall, we found the Future Inn to be a pleasant place to stay, complemented by an efficient service.


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Bristol is a large city in South West England with a huge variety of things to do and see. Being a coastal location, Bristol is home to the Brunel’s SS Great Britain, a museum allowing access to the restored decks of Brunel’s propeller-driven ship.

The At-Bristol museum takes you into a world of science and technology, with many different exhibits and hands-on activities to engage the educational experience. For those who want to learn more about the natural history of the world then Bristol Zoo Gardens will cater to your tastes, allowing you to get up close to more than 450 species of animals and learn about their excellent efforts into conservation.

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Bristol enjoys a thriving night life with a variety of theatres, cinemas, clubs, pubs and bars as well as an amazing selection of restaurants, and there is a great selection of accommodation choices that will suit all budgets.

Bristol Harbour
This is a wonderful area to stroll and eat. Its classy hotels, buildings, restaurants and art galleries make it a popular hub of the town.

Clifton Suspension Bridge
An iconic part of Bristol is this 1800’s bride that crosses the Avon Gorge. At 73 metres high, its age doesn’t deter over 12,000 motor vehicle crossings daily. There are couple of parks beside the bridge, Clifton Down and Durdham Down, where you can sit and admire its splendour

@t Bristol
A trendy name for an upmarket, entertainment venue. There are three attractions here. Explore, the science museum with lots of fun, interactive and creative exhibits. The Widewalk, recreates the natural world, with rain forests, butterflies and coral reefs, and the Imax theatre. (0845 345 1235)

City Museum and Art Gallery
This gallery is located in Queen’s Road and has several floors or art work, ceramics and decorative art. On the ground floor are displays of history and geology, with a highlight being Alfred the Gorilla. (922 3571)

SS Great Britain
This grand old steam liner was first constructed in 1843 and for years performed it’s duties as a luxury liner. A mammoth restoration project has seen it regain its regal splendour.

Bristol Zoo
This zoo focuses on teaching and abiding by conservation. There are some exotic creatures here, with novel ways to view them, like the underwater walkways and Brazilian rainforests tracks. (973 1242)


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