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Welcome to The Lodge at Bristol Zoo Gardens

Address: Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, BS8 3HA

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The Lodge at Bristol Zoo Gardens is an accommodation located in Bristol, 600 metres from Clifton and 700 metres from Bristol Zoo Gardens. This property offers access to a terrace and free WiFi. The lodge includes 2 bedrooms and a living room with a flat-screen TV. A continental breakfast is served daily at the property. Bristol Cathedral is 2.2 km from the lodge. The nearest airport is Bristol Airport, 14 km from The Lodge at Bristol Zoo Gardens.

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Bristol Zoo Gardens - Bristol - Zoo

Bristol Zoo Gardens - Bristol - Zoo

Distance 0.01 miles (0.02 km)
Bristol Zoo Gardens is a 12 acre site in Clifton that is run by the The Bristol, Clifton and West of England Zoological Society, registered charity no. 1104986. The Society is governed by a Council of 12 members who are elected by the shareholders. The Director and Senior Managers report to the Council on a regular basis. Awarded Zoo of the Year 2004 by the Good Britain Guide, Bristol Zoo Gardens has a continuous reputation for excellence, innovation, and dedication to conservation. Its the fifth oldest zoo in the world and the oldest outside of a capital city, and a long established major tourist attraction in Bristol.

University of Bristol - University

University of Bristol - University

Distance 0.79 miles (1.26 km)
The University of Bristol was founded in 1876 as University College, Bristol, and granted its Royal Charter in 1909. The University has built a strong reputation as a teaching and research institution and is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of universities. The academic quality of the University is reflected in the Nobel Prizes and Fellowships associated with the University community.

College Green Campus - University

College Green Campus - University

Distance 1.05 miles (1.69 km)
City of Bristol College is one of the UK's largest colleges and one of the region's leading education providers, offering a wide range of further and higher education courses. Over 1,000 courses at all levels are available for 16-19 year olds and adult learners, as well as training aimed at employers.

Currently catering for more than 30,000 students, City of Bristol College delivers a significant majority of the post-16 educational provision in the greater Bristol area.

We have centres across the city. For details of where these are visit the <a href="http://www.cityofbristol.ac.uk/coursefinder/" target="_blank">Course Finder</a> page on our website.

Monarch House Centre - University

Monarch House Centre - University

Distance 1.34 miles (2.15 km)
City of Bristol College is one of the UK's largest colleges and one of the region's leading education providers, offering a wide range of further and higher education courses. Over 1,000 courses at all levels are available for 16-19 year olds and adult learners, as well as training aimed at employers.

Currently catering for more than 30,000 students, City of Bristol College delivers a significant majority of the post-16 educational provision in the greater Bristol area.

We have centres across the city. For details of where these are visit the <a href="http://www.cityofbristol.ac.uk/coursefinder/" target="_blank">Course Finder</a> page on our website.

Bristol Centre - Town Centre

Bristol Centre - Town Centre

Distance 1.52 miles (2.42 km)
Bristol lies on the River Avon and is the largest city in the south west of England with a population of about half a million. Historically county in its own right, Bristol is properly entitled the City and County of Bristol. Bristol grew around the natural harbour on the river Avon and has a history that dates back to Anglo-Saxon times. By the 16th century it was a major port for the export of wool and a group of adventurers formed the Society of Merchant Venturers Of these, the navigator John Cabot and his son Sebastian from Bristol discovered the islands of New foundland and Nova Scotia. In the 1700s the port of Bristol with a center for the slave trade.