Quiet double room with shared bathroom in a Georgian house 10-15 minutes walk from the heart of the city. King sized bed with a top of the range pocket sprung mattress.
Box cottage is in a quiet neighbourhood just 10 - 15 minutes walk from the heart of the city. There is a large, leafy garden with a pond which you are welcome to use. Please note this room does not over look the garden but a quiet and narrow neighbourhood road.
A selection of teas and coffee is provided along with a hair dryer, towels, shampoo and conditioner. The bed is a top of the range pocket sprung mattress made of 100% natural materials. The duvet is made of down and extra blankets can be provided at your request. There is a choice of feather or memory foam pillows. We do not allow guests access to the kitchen or provide breakfast, however, there are some great cafes and restaurants just 5 minutes walk from the house.
Interaction with guests
Michael and I can provide guests with guide books and maps of bristol along with as much information as you want about bristol. It is a great pleasure for us to host guests from all over the world and we enjoy hearing about your life and your travels. We also understand that you may wish for privacy while you relax at box cottage.
Other things to note
We really value our peace and quiet so only consider staying here if you are prepared to honour this.
Although we have a dog it is not possible for us to accommodate guest pets.
Honest, polite, clean and quite guests are welcome. We greatly value our peace so there are no radios or TVs in the rooms. You are welcome to watch TV online if you bring a laptop or tablet, however, we ask that guests respect our wish for quietness.
Smoking is permitted outside the font door only.
There will be a charge for replacing new locks if keys are lost keys.
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Hello, I live in in Central Bristol with my husband Michael and our dog Ogden. I am an artist and also work in mental health facilitating creative groups where the arts are used to restore, empower and heal. I love cycle touring, walking and swimming in the sea on those rare hot days in the UK.