Bristol Marina
Bristol Marina
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Bristol

Bristol, England
Berth Characteristics
  • berths
  • Max Length 60 m
  • Max Draught 5 m
Radio Channel

You can reach Bristol by calling VHF12.

Bristol Marina is hosted by the city with the same name, situated on the Bristol Channel. It was open for business in 1980 and it’s Bristol’s only fully serviced marina. Bristol is an interesting and strangely attractive British city, located in a hilly area, full of hystoric sights whic

Facilities of Bristol

  • Water
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Electricity
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The neighborhood

Bristol is located in Bristol.

The City of Bristol is situated on the South Western coast of England. Ever since the beginning, its prosperity has been connected with the sea, but nowadays the economy is also based on media, aerospace industry and electronics. Bristol has an extraordinary location, with countryside landscapes stretching through the country, as well as some very beautiful coastal resorts.

Enjoy the Georgian architecture, the lovely villages with their honey-coloured façades, the green fields and have a taste of the British hospitality. Bristol has plenty of hotels, B&Bs, guesthouses, hostels, campsites, apartments and inns, all fully equipped to ensure a fantastic stay. You will find one according to your needs and budget. Experience the lovely service, delivered by friendly and high trained personnel, in one of the following accommodation units: The Bristol Hotel, DoubleTree by Hilton, Arnos Manor, Victoria Square Hotel, The Rodney. You should also consider The Washington, The Boutique Art House, Fern Cottage B&B, The Coach House, The Carpenter’s Arms, Kissing Gate Cottage and many more. If these are not quite what you are looking for, choose a self-catering unit, such as an apartment or maybe a campsite.

Are you taking food seriously? So does Bristol. The award winning restaurants are waiting for you to make a reservation and try their best dishes. Trust us, it won’t be easy choosing your favourite place. Let’s see if we can help. European restaurants will serve you delicious Mediterranean dishes: The River Grille, Carriages, Hotel du Vin & Bistro, The Square Kitchen. In love with the Italian cuisine? How about pizza or pasta at Beerd, Botellinos or Carluccio’s? Try the spicy Indian dishes at Raj Bari, the finest French courses at Bordeaux Quay or Brasserie Blanc, the oriental vibes of the Asian culture at wagamama. Don’t forget about the exotic Caribbean flavours at Plantation Caribbean or the traditional, never-out-of-style delicious British comfort food at Graze Bar and Chophouse, The Cowshed, The Swan, The Wellington or The Ox.

When it comes to things to do in Bristol, you don’t have to worry about getting bored because there are activities for everybody. You just have to find some time. From visiting attractions, sightseeing, taking tours to attending event and festivals, enjoying the nightlife or testing your adventurous side by going rock-climbing or take a trip with the hot air balloon. The main visiting attractions are The Bristol Zoo Gardens, The Bristol Aquarium, The Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, The Bristol Hippodrome. Night owls are likely to add concerts, venues and all kind of gigs to their list and the best places to go to are St. George’s, Arnolfini, Colston Hall. An active person will remain active even on holiday. If your adventurous side never goes to sleep and you are always willing to try new and fun stuff, Bristol will not disappoint you. Try rock-climbing at Avon and Cheddar Gorge, canoeing, abseiling and mountain biking with the Adventurous Activity Company. Go on a magical trip with the hot air Bailey Balloons, adventure caving at Cheddar Gorge. Try a Segway experience or an ultimate challenge at “Go Ape” Forest Adventure Park. You can enjoy some of Britain’s most breathtaking scenery and learn what’s it like to be Tarzan for a day. Sounds fun, right?

It’s shopping time! No need to worry, the addict in you will be pleased. Check this out: clothes shops, small boutiques with antiquities, organic food stores, bakeries, flowers, furniture and jewellery, exotic products from all over the world, travel accessories. At the end of your trip, you would have seen and learned so much, tasted what’s best of Bristol’s kitchen, that your stories will make even your friends want to book a trip immediately.

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