British grub at Bristol Temple Meads Station
A beautiful station with charm and elegance, Temple Meads is the biggest and oldest train station in Bristol, opening in 1840.
Its seen many changes over the decades; yet still retains a lot of its charm. With all the usual facilities you'd expect at a busy train station, there's also a pub serving British fare and drinks.
A nautical name
Bristol is well known for its proud heritage and there are plenty of reasons to see why. Dating back to the Anglo-Saxon period, this city played a huge part in the maritime trade. Bristolians also had a reputation for their high quality craftsmanship when it came to building ships. The SS Great Britain from 1844, today serves as a beautiful museum and you can take tours around it, admire its history and imagine yourself in the escapades of a bygone era.
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You're never short of things to do in Bristol, and it's overflowing with places to eat and drink, independent shops and high street retailers.
There are also lots of family days out, and a particular favourite is the International Balloon Fiesta - the biggest balloon fiesta in Europe.
Planning a trip to Bristol Temple Mead, Travelodge Bristol Central Mitchell Lane Hotel is under a mile away and Travelodge Bristol Central Hotel is about two miles away.