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An introduction to Nailsea

Nailsea is a quaint, friendly town just eight miles west of the centre of Bristol. It has a strong, historical link to what was one of the largest glassmaking institutions in the country, and the large collection of Nailsea Glass at Clevedon Court remains an intriguing testament to this. The town centre has a number of homely pubs and inns, and the surrounding areas are great for scenic country walks.

Get to know Bristol better

Every city in the UK has its fair share of big names, but Bristol really stands out as having a rich and varied story to tell. After just one visit, you'll see exactly why so many directors, artists, writers, and scientists have found inspiration in its winding, ancient streets. Today, a varied range of cuisines, festivals all through the year, popular cycle tracks, and many more great features, make Bristol a city that everyone will remember.

Amaze yourself with a trip to Arnolfini

Based on Bristol's harbourside, Arnolfini is a popular centre for contemporary arts, that's been attracting interested visitors and locals since 1961. From the time it was established, the centre has been dedicated to the exhibition of performance, dance, film, and visual arts, and driven by a potent, civic role in the city's ever-changing culture.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Nailsea? Travelodge Bristol Central Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Portishead Hotel.