Brooks Guesthouse Bristol

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St Nicholas Court, St Nicholas Street

Brooks Guesthouse Bristol, Bristol

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A stylishly appointed family-run guesthouse. The most contemporary central boutique bed and breakfast in Bristol.We are situated in the vibrant heart of Bristol's old town next to St Nicholas Market an exciting place to start exploring whether visiting for business or pleasure.Our luxury compact rooms are all about enjoyment and comfort with a choice of double twin and triple bedrooms all serviced daily. Modern and thoughtful every bathroom is freshly refurbished with designer fittings heated towel rails and luxurious White Company toiletries.

And for the utmost comfort all our rooms include: new ultra comfy beds crisp white linen wooden chest comfy chair hospitality goodies flat screen TVs digital clock radio I-pod dock and free WIFI.Our lounge and breakfast room is a contemporary salon of tables sofas and comfy armchairs complete with lazy-day diversions from books to magazines board games to DVDs. Free Wi Fi and guest laptop is also available and a well stocked honesty bar next to the lounge on the ground floor. Here you'll find the perfect place to relax meet friends work on your laptop or relax in our urban haven courtyard garden.

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