Mercure Bristol North The Grange Hotel
Tel: +44 (0)1454 355012
An elegant country house set in its own landscaped gardens dating back to 1851. Only minutes from the M4, M5 and M32. The hotel is the ideal location for an afternoon tea relaxing overlooking the 18 acres of grounds.
All 68 hotel rooms feature an HD TV, complimentary high speed WiFi and most have superb views over the South Gloucestershire countryside. The Privilege and Superior rooms also offer a Nespresso coffee machine, robe and slippers and our Superior feature bedrooms have patio doors onto the gardens.
A dog-friendly hotel, they welcome small, well behaved dogs. There is a maximum of one pet per room and they are not allowed in the restaurant. A £15 per night charge will apply, with guests responsible for any damage caused. Dog friendly rooms are in the Mews block and are all standard doubles; alternative rooms available upon request. Please call the hotel 24 hours prior to your stay, to advise that you will be bringing a pet*.
Within a short distance to Cribbs causeway the Mall shopping centre you will find all your favourite home, sports and leisure stores, enjoy a game of bowling or catch a movie.
Also, Mercure Bristol North The Grange Hotel has some great attractions nearby, Aerospace and Wild place plus you could ride a wave at the newly opened surf centre ‘The Wave’.
*Please note that the hotel does not allow dogs to stay during the festive period between 24 December – 1 January.
|Open (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good246
- executivesuitebridgwaterStill in the 90sWednesday, 11th May 2022The whole hotel needs a major refurbishment, bedrooms very tired. Certainly not worth paying for upgrade rooms. The staff are good and food good but I would not stay here again unless the Hotel had a... Read full review
- SharonandStevenCawood, United KingdomOh dear!Wednesday, 11th May 2022We stayed for two nights at the Grand. The first issue we had was the bedroom. It literally felt like a prison cell, with a window so small and high up you couldn't see out. To give the lovely... Read full review
- jamesdc1234Eastbourne, United KingdomTrip Type:BusinessBit like a school report - could do better.Wednesday, 18th May 2022Hotel is a little off the beaten track, but set in very pleasant grounds. Big car park, plenty of parking. Check in was quick and easy. Room was a largish double with a king size bed. En-suite was... Read full review