The Washington Hotel

Guest House in Clifton, Bristol

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11-15 St Paul's Road Clifton

The Washington Hotel, Clifton

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Accommodation Description:

The minute you walk into the bright reception area of The Washington, you can tell that this is no ordinary budget hotel, combining both comfort and convenience with the most competitive prices. A must for those on a budget, we offer quality accommodation and the highest standards of service. With a Full English breakfast included in all room rates, the Washington really is the best value budget hotel in Bristol.

Whats more, it is within easy-reach of city-centre and the chic Clifton Village.

 3 star rating

From: £39.00

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