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Why Visit Bristol?
Bristol, an English city with a rich maritime history, straddles both sides of the River Avon. its heritage as an industrial hub now makes it a historical and cultural landmark with much to explore for all the passengers.
Bristol Cathedral is part of a trek along "The Great West Way." was founded in 1140 as St. Augustine's Abbey but it ultimately became the seat of Bishop Bristol in 1542. The Gothic style of the cathedral makes it a breathtaking sight in the city.
Clifton Suspension Bridge
Another stop along the Great West Way is the Clifton Suspension Bridge. This bridge is probably the most recognizable structure in Bristol and is certainly the most popular photo of the area to be posted on social media. Built-in 1835, it is an engineering marvel that has come to represent great thinkers.
Places to Stay in Bristol
The Bristol Hotel is a place to both find the comforts of home, the elegance of a high-end hotel and the energy of the harbour area all in one location. The hotel offers several hotels, a cafe and an Afternoon tea, as well has fitness amenities.
If you are looking for a luxury boutique hotel in Bristol, look no further than the Berwick Lodge. This is a privately owned manor located on beautiful land with views that reach as far as Wales. Despite the hotel being small and personal, it doe snot lack charm with carefully designed rooms and fine dining available.
Where to eat in Bristol?
A Spanish restaurant was awarded one Michelin star in Bristol. Try the jamón, los pimientos de Padrón or delicious sweet wines from Andalusia. Enjoy tapas there!
Bulrush is a Michelin Star restaurant owned by Chef George Livesey. Focus on local ingredients and mixing french cuisine with a dab from Japan the experience will be unforgettable
Aerial view of Bristol
Why Visit Barrow-in-Furness?
Barrow-in-furness is a town in the Northwest Cumbria region of England. It is in a geographically beautiful location with the sea on one side and lakes on the other.
Built over 900 years ago, the Furness Abbey still stands as a vestige of a time long past. It was once the largest and richest monastery in all of the United Kingdom. Today, it is available for visitors to walk the grounds and feel its history.
Walney Island is an island off the coast of England. With new coastal pathways open, visitors can walk around the 21 miles and take in a natural beauty that surrounds them.
Places to Stay in Barrow-in-Furness
The imperial hotel
The Imperial Hotel was built in 1785 and has become an iconic treasure in Barrow-in-Furness. This unassuming structure has seen its fair share of history and guests will certainly feel the timelessness of the place. The rooms are simple and understated. Today, its rooftop terrace and cocktail lounge are favourite attractions for guests in the area.
Twenty minutes outside of town, the Abbey House Hotel gives guests a sense of the beauty and nature that surrounds Barrow-in-Furness. Looking like a castle unto itself, the Abbey House is a popular destination for weddings and other events. It offers luxury suites as well as fine dining at Oscars Restaurant and Bar. Guests at the hotel have quick access to the city centre but also are within a lovely drive to the Lake District and all that has to offer.
Where to eat in Barrow?
The finest place to eat is Barrow in Furness. The Chef cooks a seasonal menu that suits many different palates. Enjoy the surroundings with dishes like slow-cooked pork belly.
Are you looking to take your trip to the next level? Townhouse 211 has VIP rooms with a dedicated crew member to fulfil your wishes. Also, they celebrate private events for your company or even for families. Request a journey in this web
Aerial view of Barrow
Why Travel With LunaJets?
LunaJets has been in the charter business since 2007 and has proven itself to be a company that has successfully combined safety and reliability with style and elegance to become a leader in private jet rentals. Their experienced team will make sure that your every wish is granted from the moment you arrive on the tarmac. From there, they can arrange all of your needs, right up to the front door of the accommodations at your destination. Don't let the simplicity of the LunaJets app fool you. Arranging your flight will be easy but the service you receive will be extraordinary.
How far is Bristol Airport from the centre?
The driving distance between Bristol Airport (BRS) to Bristol City is 5.5km.
How far is Walney Island Airport from Barrow?
The distance between Walney Island Airport and Barrow is 5km.