Not many b&b’s are located very close to Bristol Temple Meads train station. The nearest bed and breakfast accommodation is 1 mile away, still within walking distance or a short ride away by public transport. See Top 12 B&Bs and Hotels
If you wish to stay close to the railway station, you can always look for hotels offering breakfast included rates. Many of these hotels with breakfast are very affordable and are a good alternative to a traditional b&b or guest house.
Budget accommodation close to Railway Station
BS1 6SQ, Bristol, Redcliffe Hill
The Mercure Bristol Holland House is just 10 minutes’ walk from Bristol city centre. A fitness suite, and the on-site Urban Bar & Kitchen restaurant. All rooms are en suite, and many have views over... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
BS1 4QF, Bristol, Prince Street
On the quayside of the Floating Harbour, The Bristol Hotel is 10 minutes' walk from Brunel's SS Great Britain. It has stylish rooms, free internet and a riverside restaurant. The light and airy rooms feature... read more
£ 71.40View Rates
BS1 3AD, Bristol, 2 Lower Castle Street, Old Market
In the heart of Bristol, close to all of the city centre’s businesses, shops and attractions, this 4-star family-friendly hotel offers spacious accommodation and modern facilities. There is free WiFi in public areas. With well-equipped,... read more
£ 1.00View Rates
BS1 6NJ, Bristol, Redcliffe Way
Just 5 minutes' walk from Temple Meads Rail Station, this 4-star hotel offers modern en-suite rooms with a flat-screen satellite TV and free WiFi available throughout. It also has a restaurant and health club. Guests... read more
£ 64.00View Rates
BS1 6HY, Bristol, Victoria St
In Bristol city centre, this hotel has free Wi-Fi, a modern health club, sports bar and on-site parking. Novotel Bristol Centre is a 5-minute walk from Temple Meads Railway Station. The contemporary rooms each have... read more
£ 49.33View Rates
BS1 6PL, Bristol, Temple Gate
Located directly opposite Temple Meads Railway Station, the Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre is 30 minutes' drive from Bristol International Airport. Conveniently situated just off the M4, M5, and M32 motorways, it is ideal... read more
£ 29.03View Rates
BS2 0BZ, Bristol, West Street Bristol
In the Old Market district of Bristol, close to Cabot Circus, Duplex! Penthouse! Private Rooftop! Location! has a terrace, free WiFi and a washing machine. The property is 4.8 km from Bristol Zoo Gardens and... read more
£ 97.20View Rates
BS2 0GS, Bristol, 3 Temple Way
Set in Bristol, 600 metres from Bristol Temple Meads Station, Leonardo Hotel Bristol City offers air-conditioned rooms and a fitness centre. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and... read more
£ 1.00View Rates
Top 12 B&Bs and Hotels
1. Southville Guest House (Bed and Breakfast)
Address : 58 Allington Road Southville, Bristol, BS3 1PT, United Kingdom
Distance from Train Station : 1.05 mile – 11 min by Public Transport
The Southville Guesthouse on Allington Road offers comfortable accommodation in bright and modernistic surroundings.
From there, you can walk to the many restaurants and stores of North Street, or even to Bristol city centre. As a bonus, the River Avon is nearby*. Read More
2. 3 Berkeley Square (Bed and Breakfast)
Address : 3 Berkeley Square 1st-3rd floor, Bristol, BS8 1HL, United Kingdom
Distance from Train Station : 1.1 mile
If you prefer a more traditional hotel experience, do stay at 3 Berkeley Square, a Georgian house B&B in the centre of Bristol. This lovely and comfortable accommodation is just a walk away from attractions like the elegant Berkeley Square, with its replica of the Bristol High Cross.
Do not miss exploring Brandon Hill, an area of natural beauty. Culture buffs will enjoy visiting the Georgian House Museum*. Read More
3. Clifton House (Bed and Breakfast) ★★★★
Address : 4 Tyndall’s Park Road, Bristol, BS8 1PG, United Kingdom
Distance from Train Station : 1.3 mile
North-west of the city center attractions is the Clifton House Hotel, on Tyndalls Park Road. This boutique hotel b&b is a beautiful, Victorian building, exuding elegance and comfort.
Staying at “the Clifton” will place you in the midst of exciting shopping and cultural experiences. Walk from here to the vibrant Park Street, and enjoy sipping a cocktail in one of the Harbourside’s famous bars*. Read More
4. The Ashville (Bed and Breakfast) ★★★
Address : 15 Leigh Street, Ashton Gate, Bristol, Bristol, BS3 1SN, United Kingdom
Distance from Train Station : 1.4 mile – 12 min by Public Transport
South of Bristol on Leigh Street, is the Ashville Bed and Breakfast. This converted old-world pub provides comfortable modernistic and budget accommodation.
Ideal for the visitor in search of sport, you can take one of Bristol’s many buses to enjoy football and rugby at Ashton Gate Stadium. You might also want to explore the expansive and beautiful Ashton Court Estate*. Read More
5. The Ashville Mews (Bed and Breakfast) ★★★
Address : 1-3 Lower Sydney Street Ashton Gate, Bristol, BS3 1SN, United Kingdom
Distance from Train Station : 1.4 mile – 11 min by Public Transport
For a slightly different Ashville experience, stay at nearby Ashville Mews, on Lower Sidney Street. Like its sister B&B, this atmospheric building offers comfortable accommodation to the traveller on a budget.
Of course, you have easy access to all the attractions described above. Both Ashvilles are a short ride from Temple Meads railway station, and a fifteen-minute direct drive from Bristol Airport hotels*. Read More
Address : 54 Ashton Road, Bristol, BS3 2EQ, United Kingdom
Distance from Train Station : 1.8 mile – 18 min by Public Transport
Still on the subject of sport, you will find Ashton Park Bed and Breakfast on Ashton Road cosy and welcoming. Guests have ease of access to the Ashgate Stadium, and when you want to take a break from football and rugby, just look north to the Greville Smyth Park.
Here, you will find it difficult not to lose yourself among its expanse of landscaped woodlands and natural gardens, play areas and courts for tennis and other sports*. Read More
7. bristol bnb (Bed and Breakfast)
Address : 60 DIRAC, Bristol, BS7 9LP, United Kingdom
Distance from Train Station : 1.9 mile
North of all of these attractions is the Bristol B&B at 60 Dirac Road. Visitors staying in this modernistic accommodation will find it easy to travel to events at the Brightside Ground, home to the Gloucestershire County Cricket Club.
Little people will enjoy a day in St Andrew’s Park, with its numerous play areas and open-air paddling pool. You will also find a cafe here*. Read More
8. ibis Bristol Temple Meads (Cheap Hotel) ★★★
Address : Avon Street, Bristol, BS2 0PS, United Kingdom
Distance from Train Station : 0.3 mi walking (7 minutes)
In addition to bed and breakfast accommodation, Bristol offers a variety of cheap hotels. On arrival at the railway station, look no further than Ibis Bristol Temple Meads. In this bright, beautiful and modern hotel, you can rest and refresh before taking on the rigours of the metropolis.
Making use of the nearby railway, travel west to the heart of down-town Bristol. Visit the beautiful St Mary Redcliffe Church on Redclffe Hill, before shopping and dining the day away*. Read More
9. Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre (Breakfast Included) ★★★
Address : Temple Gate, Temple, Bristol, BS1 6PL, United Kingdom
Distance from Train Station : 0.2 mi walking (3 minutes)
Some people love to be where the action is and if this is you, then do stay at the budget friendly Holiday Inn Express, on Temple Gate in Bristol city centre.
Located just opposite Temple Meads train station, you can use this eclectic and luxurious accommodation as a launch pad for embarking on trips to attractions like the Clifton suspension bridge, Bristol Zoo and its gardens, the Bristol Blue Glass Factory and many more*. Read More
10. Rock n Bowl (Cheap Hostel – Breakfast Included)
Address : 22 Nelson Street, Bristol, BS1 2LA, United Kingdom
Distance from Train Station : 0.9 mi walking (19 minutes) – 13 min by Public Transport
The Rock and Bowl Hostel in the Clifton East district offers the visitor to Bristol ultra inexpensive accommodation. Here, cheap really does mean cheerful and visitors offer glowing reports of staying in this eclectic, redbrick building, located near The Circus.
In addition to this experience, guests at the Rock and Bowl have unparalleled access to fabulous Bristol nightlife*. Read More
11. ibis Bristol Centre (Cheap Hotel) ★★★
Address : Explore Lane, Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 5TY, United Kingdom
Distance from Train Station : 1.0 mi walking (20 minutes) – 16 min by Public Transport
The Ibis Bristol Centre hotel offers low-priced accommodation in a comfortable and modernistic environment.
Attractions within easy reach of this location include Millennium Square, a public area with an amazing mirror ball and a statue of that famous son of Bristol, Cary Grant. Also nearby is Bristol Cathedral, and the Bristol Aquarium*. Read More
12. Arnos Manor Hotel (Cheap Breakfast Available) ★★★
Address : 58 Allington Road Southville, Bristol, BS3 1PT, United Kingdom
Distance from Train Station : 1.3 mi walking (27 minutes) – 11 min by Public Transport
Built in 1760 by a merchant named William Reeve, the beautiful Arnos Manor Hotel is located on Bath Road, east of the city centre. Once behind its castellated facade, guests of the Arnos do indeed absorb an historical Bristol experience.
Out of doors, guests enjoy ease of access to Arnos Court Park, an adventure playground with activities for people of all ages*. Read More
note (*): Amenities and facilities listed are based at the time of publishing. All amenities are subject to change without prior notice. Please check latest facilities and current amenities on hotel or our provider’s website.
Bristol is a vibrant and beautiful world city. Every year, thousands of visitors flock there, travelling by road, rail and air. When choosing a place to stay, it is a good idea to find a hotel or bed and breakfast that is convenient to travel to and from. The following list is a guide to budget accommodation which is easy to get to from Temple Meads, the railway station which acts as a transport hub for Bristol residents and visitors alike. In addition to serving the network of local trains, visitors can avail of a regular bus service from Temple Meads to Bristol Airport.
Bristol has many more attractions, from the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery on Queen’s Road, to the excursions you can take outside the city. Whether you arrive by rail, road or air, staying at one of these hotels will enable you to make the most of your visit.
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Bristol main railway station has connections south through Taunton and Exeter to Plymouth and Penzance, west into Wales, east to Bath Somerset, Reading and London Paddington rail station and north through Birmingham city center to Scotland. Long distance rail services go to Cardiff Central and the South Coast.
Things to do close by
The station area has very friendly activities to keep you engaged at your own leisure during your stay. Take a marvelous medicine tour and learn about Victorian medicine which transformed Bristol healthy for good. If with children, Forest Forays will serve as a learning while having fun in the woods.
If you enjoy taking a walk, forest cemetery Boundaries could turn the best for you. Visit the Orpheus cinema located at the city centre. It is very pleasant in the loyal neighborhood. Watershed is one of the first media centre in the town where you can visit at your leisure.
Humberger hill outdoor pursuit gaming is located in southwest of Bristol city centre. Explore the holiday and play scheme is arranged for the children to have fun while learning how to plant vegetables.
If you passion is farming, visit the green house and get to learn about various ways of green house farming while in summer. Wild flower walks is one choice you will not afford to miss. Take a tour of the national arboretum and discover the woodlands treasures.
Where Should you Stay nearby when looking for a budget friendly room ?
The list of the hotels and b&b’s near the railway station is long, however you will have the chance of making a wise decision for your stay. At a bed and breakfast hotel, there is warm service with personal touch. The friendly staff is ready to listen and provide any advice for your comfort.
You will get sensible prices available in the city with friendly and knowledgeable services. The bed and breakfast and affordable properties are located close to the train station not far from the city centre for your convenient. The cheapest deal and last minute offer is one of the advantage available for you.
Some low cost establishments have family rooms for accommodation in case you consider bringing your loved ones. You will have a choice of food which is prepared from the different accommodations. Ensure you are conformable with the available choice of meals. A cheap hotel is not necessarily low service. In fact you will get modernity with a touch of class.
Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station in England UK
Name : Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station
Location : in the city centre, in the Redcliffe district.
Address : Station Approach, Bristol, BS1 6QF, United Kingdom
Train Line : lies on the Great Western Main Line that runs westwards from London Paddington station to the west of England and South Wales.
Operated and Managed by : First Great Western
Ticket Office : Available
Ticket Machines : Available
Public Wi-Fi : is available
Sat Nav Postcode : BS1 6QF
Telephone : 08457 000 125
From the Station to Airport ?
The International Flyer is an express coach link running between the railway station (Temple Meads), bus station and Bristol International Airport.
Nearest Hotels : in the city center on Temple Gate, Redcliffe Way, Victoria Street, Avon Street, and St Thomas Street.
Nearby Station Approach
St Mary Redcliffe Church (12, Colston Parade, BS1 6SP England): lovely interesting Anglican parish church in the Redcliffe district, built from the 12th to the 15th centuries. The church is a Grade 1 listed building.
Temple Church (off Victoria Street, England): ruined church in the Redcliffe area, founded in the mid-12th century by Robert of Gloucester and the Knights Templar.
Cinema De Lux (Glass Walk, Cabot Circus, BS1 3BX United Kingdom): cinema complex with great seats.