Explore the meadows of Bristol
Located in the North of Bristol, you are well positioned to explore this popular city in the South West of England. Westbury-on-Trym was given its name from the River Trym to distinguish it from the numerous towns named Westbury in the UK. Whilst enjoying the history of Westbury-on-Trym, take a walk to Badock's Wood and see the River Trym run through the Valley. The woodland is well-established, it is thought be over 400 years old and has a fantastic amount of wildlife to enjoy. Admission is free.
Take a stroll across Clifton Down
Clifton Down is an lovely British park for running, cycling, picnics and just enjoying a breath of fresh air in a large open green space. With a playground, cafe, football pitches and a BBQ area this is a fantastic resource for Bristol City that is well worth a visit.
A memorable zoo experience
Visit the Bristol Zoo Gardens to cast your eyes on some wonderful creatures - seals, penguins and gorillas to name but a few. Located in the Clifton area of Bristol about 10 mins by car from Westbury-on-Trym, the best value tickets can be found on the Bristol Zoo website and it may be cheaper to book in advance rather than at the gate. As well as having an onsite restaurant, picnics are allowed at this beautiful zoo. If you're looking for affordable accomodation Nearby to Westbury on Trym, there are 8 Travelodge hotels within 14 miles with the closest Travelodge being Bristol Cribbs Causeway.