The Ashville

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15 Leigh Street, Ashton Gate, Bristol, Bristol, BS3 1SN, United Kingdom
+44 117 939 4692


The Ashville
Sun 25/2
Mon 26/2

Overall guest ratings

8.2/10 Excellent
based on 790 reviews


  • 249 m Tobacco Factory Theatre
  • 0.6 km SS Great Britain
  • 1 km At-Bristol
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The Ashville Mews is a newly constructed 2 bedroomed very cosy little house in the heart of South Bristol, very close to the Vibrant popular North Street, with it's theatre's, restaurant's and bar's, it is also very close to Bristol City FA Stadium. The house has a very comfortable double bedroom with the second bedroom having 2 single beds, both rooms have a very calm and relaxing feel, with its neutral décor, there are 2 shower rooms, one being upstairs and the other downstairs. The house has a fully equipped kitchen with an open plan living and dining room, there is a smart TV in all rooms and the house has access to wifi in all areas. You may also want to fully open the bi folding doors to relax in the rear garden. Continental breakfast is available in the restaurant next door at no extra cost and tea and coffee are provided in all rooms. Housemaid service is provided daily. If you fancied taking a walk into Bristol City Centre, it will take you around a 20 minute stroll around the Harbour side or you could catch the Harbour ferry into city centre. We are close to Ashton Court with it's regular Concert's and festival's. We offer a free parking permit for your duration of stay. A cot is available on request. You have Bristol on your doorstep when staying at The Ashville Mews.

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  • Internet
  • No smoking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Express check out
  • Free parking
  • Storage available
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Linens
  • Towels
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Recent reviews

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cooked breakfast
tea coffee and biscuits
easy walk
double bed was pushed
room was clean
window room
pub downstairs
staff very friendly
restaurant downstairs
city centre
good nights sleep
neighbourhood was interesting
short stay
central bristol
parking restrictions
noise from the pub
toilet seat was broken
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