Choose from 1,488 vacation rentals located in Bristol, England. Top filters in Bristol include Internet / Wifi, Kitchen / Kitchenette, and TV. Prices range from £31 to £2,498 per night. Our most popular vacation rental types near Bristol are Hotel and RV.

Top holiday rentals in Bristol

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5.0
Outstanding(82 Reviews)
House
 in Bristol
Large elegant property between Bristol and Bath.
16 guests · 6 bedrooms · 6 baths
Garden · Pets allowed · Kitchen / Kitchenette

Looking for a memorable stay in Bristol? Our House might just be what you're looking for. Enjoy amenities including Dishwasher, Internet / Wifi and Pets allowed, and more during your stay.

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Al Fresco dining, bbq available at Bury Hill Farm, Winterbourne Bristol
4.9
Outstanding(63 Reviews)
Farm Stay
 in Winterbourne
Bury Hill Farm, Winterbourne, Beautiful Countryside Views, 15 min to Bristol
12 guests · 6 bedrooms · 3 baths
Garden · Pool · Kitchen / Kitchenette

This Farm Stay for £495 in Bristol, is perfect for your next (business stay, family stay, couples stay, getaway vacation, etc.)

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3.9
Good(1,507 Reviews)
Hotel
 in Bristol
4star
Harbour Hotel & Spa Bristol
Pool · Air conditioner · Internet / Wifi

Soak up the beauty of Bristol in our Hotel, Harbour Hotel & Spa Bristol. With a range of amenities such as Air conditioner, Internet / Wifi and Laundry, you'll feel right at home.

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3.8
Good(5,772 Reviews)
Hotel
 in Bristol
4star
Delta Hotels by Marriott Bristol City Centre
Air conditioner · Internet / Wifi · Parking

Looking to create some memories in Bristol? Look no further than our Hotel, Delta Hotels by Marriott Bristol City Centre. Enjoy top-rated amenities including Air conditioner, Internet / Wifi and Laundry, and more.

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Holiday rentals with internet & wifi in Bristol

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4.8
Outstanding(40 Reviews)
Cottage
 in Bristol
Contemporary cottage close to Bristol and Bath
4 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bath
Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi · Parking

Nestled in Bristol, this Cottage is perfect for your next vacation. Enjoy Contemporary cottage close to Bristol and Bath 's top-rated amenities, including Internet / Wifi, Balcony / Patio and Kitchen / Kitchenette, and more.

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3.9
Good(2,567 Reviews)
Hotel
 in Easton in Gordano
4star
Ramada Bristol West
Pets allowed · Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi

Business stays, family stays, couples stay, getaway vacation, and rental in Bristol at Ramada Bristol West for £32 for your next trip.

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4.8
Outstanding(5 Reviews)
House
 in Bristol
Luxurious Dingle Corner
Garden · Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi

This attractive House in Bristol, £392 per night for your (business stay, family stay, couples stay, getaway vacation, etc.)

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4.2
Excellent(715 Reviews)
Inn
 in Keynsham
Hayward's at the Grasmere
Garden · Internet / Wifi · Parking

Experience vacation in Bristol with our Inn, Hayward's at the Grasmere. Enjoy amenities such as Internet / Wifi, Smoking allowed and Balcony / Patio, and more.

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Bristol travel guide

Let us help you plan your perfect Bristol vacation. Our travel guide highlights things to do, places to see, favorite vacation rental amenities in Bristol, and more.

Frequently asked questions

Where Is Bristol, UK?

Located about 190 kilometers west of London at the confluence of the Rivers Avon and Frome lies Bristol, the largest city in the southwest of England. Situated between the counties of Somerset and Gloucestershire, the city of Bath lies approximately 21 kilometers away to the east, and 71 kilometers away across the Bristol Channel is Cardiff, Wales.

What Is Bristol Famous For?

Vibrant, youthful, and bountiful with friendly vibes, Bristol is steeped in history, dipped in architectural beauty, and soaked in all the trappings of a cultural melting pot. Famous for its iconic suspension bridge, burgeoning street culture, and thriving music scene, Bristol is a welcome blend of rich quintessential English heritage and trend-setting international cosmopolitanism. Routinely winning awards as “The Best City in the UK,” Bristol is situated strategically between the countryside and sea as the perfect blend of an expansive urban city and quaint country town.

Where to Go in Bristol, UK?

  • Bristol Harbour: What better place is there to while away the hours of a glorious summer afternoon than Bristol Harbor? Recently undergone an intricate expansion and injected with a burst of imagination and innovation, the old port of Bristol has now transformed its several wharves and warehouses to venues designed for a range of contemporary uses. Famously known as the "Floating Harbor," Bristol Harbor is home to an assortment of amenities designed to educate, entertain, and nourish — from museums to galleries, and aquariums and science centers.
  • Brunel's SS Great Britain: Transport yourself back into the past as you tour around the SS Great Britain, the world's first iron-hulled passenger ship. Moored at the same dock from which it was launched all the way back in 1843, the SS Great Britain pays homage to the engineering innovation and ingenuity of its time. Stroll around the decks, climb the mainmast, and grab a peek inside the luxury cabins of the first class passengers. Make sure to also visit the Brunel Institute and the David MacGregor Library, an expansive collection of books, documents, objects, maps, and plans that were once in possession of one of England's most celebrated engineers and inventors.
  • Blaise Castle House: Preposterously opulent, Blaise Castle House is a late 18th-century mansion and estate fit for royalty. Providing an authentic feel of the lifestyle of an elite and prosperous land-owning family, Blaise Castle House allows visitors to step in the world of English aristocracy. Discover the aptly named Picture Room, populated with paintings that are housed within a sumptuous room under a magnificent domed glass ceiling, and the ruins of a Roman villa, equipped with baths, a heating system, and an intricate mosaic floor. With surrounding acres of emerald-green parkland and woods that are too stunning to miss out on, the chance to experience the life of a Victorian heir or heiress is more accessible than ever before.

Popular Destinations Near Bristol

  • The Cotswolds: Rolling hills and cobbled streets are what await you when you drive from Bristol and arrive in the Cotswolds. Meandering elegantly across six counties, the Cotswolds are a scenic cluster of evergreen villages, thatched-roof cottages, and enchanting churches. Whether you comprehensively explore the various collections of peaks and troughs, or simply soak in the natural English beauty, the Cotswolds offers something different for everyone. As one of the most picturesque places in the UK, with miles of idyllic scenery, there is plenty to see and do within the small stony villages and towns.
  • Bath: Since 60 AD, the ancient city has been known for its Roman baths and spa features. The Romans famously believed that the water from the River Avon had curative and holy properties, so they built luxurious baths and religious temples to pay tribute to what they had been given. Since then, Bath has expanded through the eras — as photogenic Georgian-style architecture line the streets, with modern shops, restaurants, museums, bars, and an excellent university — but the city has still retained much of its foundational roots by staying true to being a center of wellness. If you’re looking for all of the very best of an English city, but wish to add a historically quaint twist, there is no better place to visit than the city of Bath.

Best Neighborhoods in Bristol

  • Clifton: A remarkable Georgian enclave enveloped in the folds of Bristol, Clifton is often named as the best place to live in the city. Made famous by its stunning historical terraces, aesthetically pleasing garden squares, and Regency crescents, Clifton is awash with a vibrant assortment of indie shops, boutique bars, and unapologetically English pubs. Follow the winding network of cobbled streets lined with the quirky antique buildings and discover the treasures lurking on every street corner. Occupying a scenic position along the River Avon, Clifton is the home to several artists and architects who continue to be inspired by its picturesque surroundings.
  • Bristol City Centre: The buzzing heart of the city where you can find a spirituous blend of the old and the new, Bristol City Centre allows everyone to sample the attractive allure of international culture, history, food, and boundless retail opportunities, alongside the quintessentially English charms of sticky pubs, old-world architecture, and much more.

What is the price range for rentals in Bristol?

Holidays rentals in Bristol have a price range between £31-£2,498. The average price for rentals in Bristol is £124 per night.

What are the most popular vacation rental amenities in Bristol?

  • Internet / Wifi
  • Kitchen / Kitchenette
  • TV

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