|Bristol Airport Shuttles|
|Bristol Airport is the commercial airport of Bristol, England and the neighbouring area. It is seven nautical miles southwest of the city center of Bristol.|
Bristol Airport serves as the gateway to South West England. South Wales and Cardiff are only one hour away. Bath and Bristol are on the airport’s doorstep. Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Dorset are a little further. The airport has one terminal that sees nearly five million passengers travel to more than ninety destinations every year.
Bristol Airport offers various facilities, including those for disabled travelers, children and businesses. A range of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops are also available. Public transportation from and to the airport is consistent and travelers are given a choice of taxis, trains, car hire and coaches.
Bristol Hotel Shuttles
Holiday Inn Bristol Airport is located three miles from Bristol Airport, this hotel is the perfect choice for those who have an early flight. Holiday Inn Bristol Airport offers a 24-hour shuttle bus. The hotel offers an outside heated patio area and complimentary Wi-Fi.
The Old Chaff Mill is a family run B&B in a converted barn. It offers free airport transfers 24/7 and has two bedrooms that can accommodate up to six persons, a kitchen and sitting room. All rooms are equipped with coffee/tea facilities, Wi-Fi connection, complimentary sweets, flat screen television and front doors.
DoubleTree by Hilton Cadbury House is a four-star boutique styled hotel with over a hundred bedrooms, DoubleTree by Hilton Cadbury House offers twelve conference suites, club and spa with five treatment rooms, sauna, bar, Marco Pierre White restaurant, free parking and picturesque countryside views.
Attractions in Bristol
City Museum and Art Gallery has a diverse collection from prehistoric artefacts to fine art is presented at the gallery. It’s the biggest museum and art gallery in the region. Lectures, workshops and children’s activities are held here. An Edwardian style café serves snacks and drinks. Admission is free.
Bristol Old Vic is one of the world’s oldest working theatres. Bristol Old Vic originally opened in 1766 and is a popular venue with national and local theatre companies. Musicals, poetry and theatre performances are conducted here.