About this apartment
The tower has a private front entrance through oak double doors into a large kitchen with a soaring stone arch along one wall and a farmhouse style table. The living room has original oak floors, a 15 foot ceiling, and stained glass windows set into sculpted stone.
Each of the 3 double bedrooms occupies its own full floor of the property and has wooden floors and stone walls. One bedroom is en-suite. In addition, there is a huge family bathroom with a freestanding bath, separate shower, his and hers sinks, and oak flooring.
The tower is topped by a spacious private roof terrace with 360 degree views. The tower is a historic building of recognised importance and has been awarded a Grade II listed building status. You’ll enjoy a reserved parking space on the tower’s driveway.
Hotel-quality high thread-count bed linen and towels
Roof terrace with incredible views of the city
TV with Virgin TV
ROOM 1: Double bed
ROOM 2: Double bed + En-suite shower
ROOM 3: Double Bed + Sink
Separate bathroom with full-size free-standing bath and shower
Guests will have access to the entire property during their stay.
My support team or I will be contactable by email or telephone during your stay
Step out of Cabot Circus, cross the main road (Temple Way) and through the old Victorian park, and you will land in the heart of one of the most historic areas of the city. This was the first part of the city to be built around the castle and today is a thriving bohemian shopping quarter in Bristol.
Old Market Quarter is home to a great selection of shops from vintage fashion and antique shops, independent furniture stores to specialist climbing and motorcycle stores. As you peruse the shops on street level, be sure to look up at the array of architectural designs of the buildings.
This area is known for its LGBT-friendly shops, pubs, bars and clubs.
If you're looking for a traditional pub to stop for a drink or bite to eat then hunt out The Phoenix, which has a great far east inspired menu as well as pub classics.
The Tower is just a short 10 minute walk from Bristol Temple Meads train station as well as a 15 minute walk to Bristol Bus Station. We have space for parking one car outside of the property.
Please note that the staircase to the first and second floor is the original steep, narrow stairs found in the tower of a church