Bristol Airport is just a few miles south of Bristol City Centre (around 20-25 minutes away) with direct services to destinations across Europe. It's also in the middle of some beautiful Somerset scenery, giving you the perfect opportunity to combine a city break with some glorious English countryside. 

Perhaps you've just arrived in the city, are on your way home, or stopping by before heading off for a holiday? Staying at a hotel near Bristol Airport can make the transition that little bit easier. Add on a extra day to visit the sights of Bristol or just treat yourself to a relaxed pre- or post-flight evening of nice food and a drink.

We've put together a list of the best hotels near Bristol Airport - either click through to their websites and book direct or click the grey BOOK NOW button on the Visit Bristol website for the best prices.

Hampton by Hilton Bristol Airport

Just a stone’s throw away from Bristol Airport terminal building (250m), this is the ultimate hotel in terms of convenience, and the only hotel within walking distance of the check-in desks. A great choice for families and business travellers, especially if you have a late-arriving flight, or crack-of-dawn plane journey as the hotel's proximity to the airport means you can savour an extra time in bed without having to worry about taxis or traffic! It also makes a good base if you're picking up a hire car to tour the local area for a few days - the city of Bristol and attractions like Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, National Trust Tyntesfield (which also has some holiday cottages in the grounds, see below) and The Grand Pier at Weston-super-Mare are all really accessible. The hotel has 201 rooms, free WiFi, fitness centre and offers a hot buffet breakfast, included in your stay.

Four of the best hotels near Bristol Airport

Image - Breakfast area, Hampton by Hilton Bristol Airport

Holiday Inn Bristol Airport

Sitting in countryside at the foot of the Mendip Hills, this modern hotel is just three miles (or a six-minute drive) away from Bristol Airport. The 24-hour shuttle bus gives a convenient link to the airport (for a small charge, kids under five go free), and their Park, Stay & Go package allows you to leave your car at the hotel until you return.

Bedrooms are equipped with Smart TVs, pillow menus and sofa beds for kids on request, who as an extra bonus, stay and eat for free! Get your trip off to a flying start on the heated patio with a cold pint or cocktail, while the kids enjoy the play area. The Spot Bar & Kitchen serves a buffet breakfast, or for those catching an early flight, you can tuck into a self-service continental breakfast from 4am.

Four best hotels near Bristol airport

Image - Holiday Inn Bristol Airport

Orchard House

In nearby Chew Stoke, Orchard House offers traditional bed and breakfast accommodation as well as self-catering apartments. In the heart of the Chew Valley, this property is just four miles from the airport, meaning convenience and countryside are hand in hand.

Lounge at Orchard House Self-Catering

Image - Orchard House in Somerset

Stay at Tyntesfield

The National Trust's Tyntesfield estate has three properties that can be rented out. The Chaplain's House, Chaplain's Lodge and Summerhouse Cottage offer different options with the chance to live in Victorian style in this beautful estate, just a 15-minute drive from Bristol Airport.

Cottages at Tyntesfield National Trust in Somerset

Image - Cottage at Tyntesfield National Trust

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Hampton by Hilton Bristol Airport exterior

Based just 250 meters from Bristol Airport, this 201 bedroom hotel is the ultimate choice for travellers in terms of design, comfort and convenience.

Orchard House - Self Catering
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Their two apartments have either 1 or 2 bedrooms. Chew Stoke is in the Chew Valley near Bristol (8 miles), Bath (12 miles) and Wells (10 miles). All facilities needed for an enjoyable stay are available locally.

Chaplain's House at Tyntesfield
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Chaplain's House is a picturesque mid-Victorian lodge built in the 1890s. Set over three floors, the house containis three bedrooms (one double, two twins), one bathroom, plus separate shower cubicle and toilet.

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Chaplain's Lodge

Beautifully restored and once home to the family’s butler, Chaplain's Lodge has two spacious bedrooms, one single bedroom, kitchen, sitting room, bathroom and entrance porch.

Summerhouse Cottage at Tyntesfield
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Summerhouse Cottage at Tyntesfield

This delightful mid-19th century estate cottage (Grade II listed) is the perfect base for a romantic getaway. It sleeps 2 and houses a sitting room (with an open fire), double bedroom, kitchen and bathroom.