Why you should pick a serviced apartment in Clifton
There are an array of serviced apartments in Clifton to choose from. With its array of shops, Georgian terraces and picturesque walks, it an be easy to understand why many people choose this spot when visiting Bristol. However, you may be wondering why you should pick to stay there instead the city centre? We’ll explore why Clifton should be your top choice….
Easily one of the most beautiful suburbs of Bristol, Clifton is renowned for its breathtaking 18th and 19th century Georgian architecture. Walk down any road in Clifton and you’ll find picturesque terraces filling every road, lining all of its leafy streets.
Picturesque green spaces
The most well-known of all of its green spaces, The Downs is made up of Clifton Downs and Durham downs. This vast area of green space is extremely popular to the locals of Bristol for walking, jogging and cycling. It is also home to the University of Bristol Botanical Gardens and boasts extensive views of the Avon Gorge.
Ashton Court is also close by, which is another wonderful spot for walking, jogging and cycling and has a cafe for you to stop at too. Ashton Court includes it’s mansion on the state, including a rose garden to rear of the property and you can also see deer in their enclosed areas around the green space. The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is also held here every year.
Leigh Woods is also close to Clifton, a national nature reserve, where wildlife and plants thrive.
Full of independent boutique shops
Clifton Village is full of lots of independent boutique shops for you to explore. It also has a number of coffee shops, bakeries and restaurants so you’ve got a lot of options when deciding where to go! You’ve got choices from everything from breakfast right through to dinner.
Close to the city centre
Not only is Clifton a hub of it’s own, it’s also fantastically located to access everything the city centre has to offer.
A 15 minute walk down to Park street will take you to another buzzing part of the city and following this street all the way to the bottom takes you to the city centre itself where the harbour also resides.
Clifton also has great links to Whiteladies Road, another popular road in Bristol.
Clifton suspension bridge
Probably the most well known part of Clifton, the Clifton Suspension bridge is an attraction you’ll not want to miss out on.
It was designed by Isambard Brunel and marks the turning points in the history of engineering. It is free to walk across if you wish, however there is a £1 toll charge for all vehicles.
So now we’ve convinced you to stay here, fancy checking out these serviced apartments in Clifton?