Hotwells
in Bristol of England, United Kingdom

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Location Summary
Decimal Coordinates (Latitude, Longitude):
0.000 and 0.000 (Lat./Lng.)
Coordinates by Time:
N 0° 0' 0" and E 0° 0' 0"
Currency and Currency Code:
Pound - GBP
Spoken languages:
English, Welsh, Scottish Gaelic
Local electricity:
Mobile phone / cellular frequencies (MHz):
Local Time: 07:52 AM (Saturday)
Timezone: Europe/London
UTC/GMT offset: 0 hours
Sunrise and Sunset:
7:10 am and 7:16 pm
Antipode Coordinates:
-45.817 and 170.717 (Lat./Lng.)
Closest place to antipode coordinates:
Otakou
References
This place on Geonames.org

Explore Hotwells

The district Hotwells of in Bristol (England) is located in United Kingdom about 107 mi west of London, the country's capital.

If you need a place to sleep, we compiled a list of available hotels close to the map centre further down the page.

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Local weather forecast

Todays Local Weather Conditions & Forecast: 10°C / 49 °F

Morning Temperature 11°C / 52 °F
Evening Temperature 8°C / 46 °F
Night Temperature 8°C / 46 °F
Chance of rainfall 1%
Air Humidity 67%
Air Pressure 1020 hPa
Wind Speed Fresh Breeze with 17 km/h (11 mph) from East
Cloud Conditions Broken clouds, covering 81% of sky
General Conditions Light rain

Sunday, 23rd of February 2020

12°C (53 °F)
6°C (42 °F)
Light rain, strong breeze, overcast clouds.

Monday, 24th of February 2020

12°C (53 °F)
6°C (42 °F)
Light rain, fresh breeze, overcast clouds.

Tuesday, 25th of February 2020

6°C (43 °F)
2°C (36 °F)
Moderate rain, fresh breeze, broken clouds.

Hotels and Places to Stay

Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel

Address
3.558,0 mi
College Green
BS1 5TA Bristol
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 12:00 - Checkin: 16:00
Reception
Weekday: -
Weekend: closed


The Bristol Hotel

Address
3.557,9 mi
Prince Street
BS1 4QF Bristol
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 12:00 - Checkin: 14:00
Reception
Weekday: 0:00 - 24:00
Weekend: 0:00 - 24:00


Radisson Blu Bristol

Address
3.558,1 mi
Broad Quay
BS1 4BY Bristol
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 12:00 - Checkin: 15:00
Reception
Weekday: 0:00 - 24:00
Weekend: 0:00 - 24:00


Mercure Bristol Brigstow Hotel

Address
3.558,1 mi
Welsh Back 5-7
BS1 4SP BRISTOL
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 12:00 - Checkin: 14:00
Reception
Weekday: 0:00 - 24:00
Weekend: 0:00 - 24:00


Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel (Newly Refurbished)

Address
3.558,3 mi
Broad Street
BS1 2EL Bristol
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 12:00 - Checkin: 14:00
Reception
Weekday: 0:00 - 24:00
Weekend: 0:00 - 24:00


Brooks Guesthouse Bristol

Address
3.558,2 mi
Exchange Ave, off St Nicholas Street
BS1 1UB Bristol
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 11:00 - Checkin: 14:00
Reception
Weekday: -
Weekend: closed


Hotel du Vin & Bistro Bristol

Address
3.558,4 mi
Narrow Lewins Mead
BS1 2NU Bristol
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 11:00 - Checkin: 15:00
Reception
Weekday: -
Weekend: closed


The Malago Bed & Breakfast

Address
3.557,0 mi
113 West Street
BS3 3PD Bedminster,Bristol
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 12:00 - Checkin: 15:00
Reception
Weekday: -
Weekend: closed


Cotham Lawn apartments

Address
3.558,9 mi
1 Cotham Lawn Road
BS6 6DU Bristol
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 10:00 - Checkin: 15:00
Reception
Weekday: -
Weekend: closed


BRISTOL HARBOUR HOTEL

Address
3.558,2 mi
55 CORN STREET
BS1 1HT BRISTOL
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: - Checkin: 15:00
Reception
Weekday: -
Weekend: closed


Videos from this area

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Bristol Clifton Suspension Bridge 150 Year Fireworks

Published: December 07, 2014
Length: 35:17 min
Rating: 5 of 5
Author: Justin Fritts

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Clifton Suspension Bridge the City of Bristol (UK) put on quite a fireworks display. Sorry for the focus issues, just let the camera take video while...


Bristol stupid cyclists in white ladies road

Published: February 23, 2015
Length: 38:18 min
Rating: 0 of 5
Author: jediknight 1345

cyclist in white ladies road. is during going to work and coming home short journey .not a helm cam looking to video others instead of cycling, dash cam on arm and fixed, so stop wasting police...


Bristol Academy WFC vs Barcelona Femini 13/11/14

Published: November 21, 2014
Length: 07:13 min
Rating: 4 of 5
Author: Bristol Academy

UEFA Women's Champions League Round of 16 Bristol Academy WFC vs Barcelona Femini Ashton Gate, Bristol. 13/11/14 Edited by Josh Keys, SGS Sports Journalism.


Flooding of Avon gorge and Cumberland basin, Bristol 03-01-14

Published: January 03, 2014
Length: 59:49 min
Rating: 5 of 5
Author: shaunyOOH

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New York City Chilli Adventure Part 3 (Expo Day Two)

Published: May 07, 2014
Length: 43:39 min
Rating: 4 of 5
Author: Clifton Chilli Club

Day 2 of the NYC Hot Sauce Expo & the heat is turned up for the Clifton Chilli Club chaps episode 3! From watching a New Guinness World Record (Fastest time to eat 3 Carolina Reapers), to trying...


Belles of London City

Published: March 28, 2010
Length: 12:04 min
Rating: 4 of 5
Author: DrJohnPMaher

Belles of London City on Tour with Nonesuch and Great Western Morris. Dancing Idbury Hill, Bledington as a Triple Jig. Musician is Jack Worth. Outside Cottage Pub on Bristol Harbour.


Gromit Unleashed - 80 Gromits, 10 Weeks, 1 City

Published: August 09, 2013
Length: 04:48 min
Rating: 5 of 5
Author: Matt Hawkins

This is a slideshow of the 80 Gromits we visited over the last few weeks in and around the City of Bristol. Gromit Unleashed is a public art exhibition in which giant sculptures of Gromit,...


Bristol City v Gillingham 29/1/ 2015 kick off

Published: January 30, 2015
Length: 53:03 min
Rating: 5 of 5
Author: 26-CT-1450

Here is a short vid of the kick off between Bristol City v Gillingham on the 29th Jan 2015. It was the second leg of the of the southern area final of the Johnstone's paint trophy. Bristol...


The Hidden Side of Bristol City Fans

Published: September 27, 2010
Length: 32:37 min
Rating: 4 of 5
Author: BristolCityST

http://bit.ly/NewStadiumPetition Despite the massive economic, employment and leisure boost that a new stadium on a former rubbish tip at Ashton Vale will bring to the South West, some parts...


New York City Chilli Adventure Tour Part 2 (Expo Day One)

Published: April 29, 2014
Length: 15:09 min
Rating: 4 of 5
Author: Clifton Chilli Club

Having landed safely in New York City, ChilliDave & Jay Chillihead make their way to the NYC Hot Sauce Expo. This is episode 2 of their adventure & things get a little hot!!! http://www.nychotsauc...


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Attractions and noteworthy things

Distances are based on the centre of the city/town and sightseeing location. This list contains brief abstracts about monuments, holiday activities, national parcs, museums, organisations and more from the area as well as interesting facts about the region itself. Where available, you'll find the corresponding homepage. Otherwise the related wikipedia article.

SS Great Britain

SS Great Britain is a museum ship and former passenger steamship, advanced for her time. She was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for the Great Western Steamship Company's transatlantic service between Bristol and New York. While other ships had been built of iron or equipped with a screw propeller, Great Britain was the first to combine these features in a large ocean-going ship. She was the first iron steamer to cross the Atlantic, which she did in 1845, in the time of 14 days.

Located at 51.4492, -2.6084 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Bristol-built ships, Bristol Harbourside, Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmarks, Museum ships in the United Kingdom, Passenger ships of the United Kingdom, Steamships, Maritime museums in England, Victorian-era merchant ships of the United Kingdom, Visitor attractions in Bristol, Ships designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Museums in Bristol, Coal hulks, 1843 ships, National Register of Historic Vessels

University of Bristol Union

The University of Bristol Students' Union (UBU) is the students' union of University of Bristol, England. It is among the oldest of the UK students' unions and was a founding member of the NUS.

Located at 51.4569, -2.6084 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Students' unions in England, University of Bristol, Music venues in Bristol

Roman Catholic Diocese of Clifton

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Clifton is a Latin Rite Roman Catholic diocese centred around the Cathedral Church of Saints Peter and Paul in Clifton. The diocese covers the City and County of Bristol and the ceremonial counties of Gloucestershire, Somerset, and Wiltshire, an area of 4,215 square miles . Practically the Diocese stretches from Stow in the Wold in the north to Minehead & Watchet in the South.

Located at 51.456, -2.616 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Roman Catholic Diocese of Clifton, Religious organizations established in 1850, Christianity in Bristol, Religion in Gloucestershire, Religion in Somerset, Religion in Wiltshire, Religious organizations established in 1688, Pope Pius IX, Roman Catholic dioceses and prelatures established in the 17th century, Clifton, Bristol

Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery

The Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery is a large museum and art gallery in Bristol, England. It is run by the city council with no entrance fee. It holds designated museum status, granted by the national government to protect outstanding museums. It is situated in Clifton, about 0.5 miles from the city centre. The museum includes sections on natural history, local, national and international archaeology, and local industry.

Located at 51.4561, -2.6053 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Museums in Bristol, Art museums and galleries in Bristol, Archaeological museums in England, Natural history museums in the United Kingdom, City museums, Museums of Ancient Rome in the United Kingdom, Egyptological collections in England, Grade II* listed buildings in Bristol, Buildings and structures completed in 1905, Neoclassical architecture in England, Art museums established in 1823, 1823 establishments in England

Matthew (ship)

The Matthew was a caravel sailed by John Cabot in 1497 from Bristol to North America, presumably Newfoundland. After a voyage which had got no further than Iceland, Cabot left again with only one vessel, the Matthew, a small ship (50 tons), but fast and able. The crew consisted of only 18 people. The Matthew departed either 2 May or 20 May 1497. She sailed to Dursey Head, Ireland, from where she sailed due west, expecting to reach Asia.

Located at 51.4494, -2.608 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Age of Discovery, Passenger ships of the United Kingdom, Replica ships, Bristol-built ships, Visitor attractions in Bristol, Bristol Harbourside, 1996 ships, History of the Atlantic Ocean

Wills Memorial Building

The Wills Memorial Building (also known as the Wills Memorial Tower or simply the Wills Tower) is a Neo Gothic building designed by Sir George Oatley and built as a memorial to Henry Overton Wills III. Begun in 1915 and not opened until 1925, it is considered one of the last great Gothic buildings to be built in England.

Located at 51.4561, -2.60444 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
University of Bristol, Grade II* listed buildings in Bristol, Buildings and structures in Bristol

Clifton Rocks Railway

The Clifton Rocks Railway was an underground funicular railway in Bristol, England, linking Clifton at the top to Hotwells and Bristol Harbour at the bottom of the Avon Gorge in a tunnel cut through the limestone cliffs. The upper station is close to Brunel's famous Clifton Suspension Bridge and is located adjacent to the former Grand Spa Hotel (now the Avon Gorge Hotel).

Located at 51.454, -2.62547 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Funicular railways in the United Kingdom, Underground funiculars, Underground railways in the United Kingdom, History of Bristol, Rail transport in Bristol, Bristol Harbourside, Railway lines opened in 1893, Railway companies disestablished in 1934, Works by George Croydon Marks, Defunct funicular railways, 3ft 2in gauge railways, Clifton, Bristol, Water-powered funicular railways

Ashton Gate Stadium

Ashton Gate Stadium is a stadium in Ashton Gate, Bristol, England, and is the home of Bristol City F.C. Located in the south-west of the city, just south of the River Avon, it has an all-seated capacity of 21,497, with an effective capacity for football matches (depending on how many away tickets are allocated, and how they are segregated) of around 19,500, with an average league game's attendance of just over 13,000.

Located at 51.44, -2.62028 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.557 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Bristol City F.C., Football venues in England, Rugby union stadiums in England, Rugby World Cup stadiums, Music venues in Bristol, Sports venues in Bristol

Goldney Hall

Goldney Hall also known as Goldney House is a self-catered hall of residence in Clifton, Bristol, one of three in the area providing accommodation for students at the University of Bristol.

Located at 51.4523, -2.6154 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Houses completed in 1724, University of Bristol halls of residence, Grade II listed buildings in Bristol, Grade II* listed buildings in Bristol, Country houses in Bristol, Alfred Waterhouse buildings, English Landscape Garden style, Grottoes, Landscape design history of England, Clifton, Bristol

Whiteladies Road

Whiteladies Road is a main road in Bristol, England. It runs north from the Victoria Rooms to Durdham Down, and separates Clifton on the west side from Redland and Cotham on the east. It forms part of the A4018. Significant buildings on Whiteladies Road include (from south to north): Broadcasting House (Bristol), offices and studios of the British Broadcasting Corporation; the ABC Cinema (now closed); Clifton Down railway station.

Located at 51.459, -2.615 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.559 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Streets in Bristol, Shopping streets in England, Clifton, Bristol

Manor Hall, Bristol

Manor Hall is a student hall of residence at the University of Bristol. Situated in the Georgian/Victorian suburb of Clifton, Bristol, it provides self-catering accommodation for around 340 residents, both in the main hall itself and also in a number of nearby surrounding annexes. The majority of residents are first year undergraduate students, but a number of second and third year students choose to stay on to contribute to the hall life and community.

Located at 51.4545, -2.612 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
University of Bristol halls of residence

Ann Yearsley

Ann Yearsley née Cromartie (1753 – 1806) was an English poet and writer. Born in Bristol to John and Anne Cromartie (described as a milkwoman), Ann married John Yearsley, a yeoman, in 1774. A decade later the family were rescued from destitution by the charity of Hannah More and others. More organized subscriptions for Yearsley to publish Poems, on Several Occasions (1785).

Located at 51.4541, -2.61448 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
English poets, English novelists, English dramatists and playwrights, English abolitionists, People from Bristol, Women novelists, Women dramatists and playwrights, 18th-century women writers, Women poets, English women writers, 1750s births, 1806 deaths

Brandon Hill, Bristol

Brandon Hill, also known as St Brandon's Hill, is a hill close to Bristol city centre, between the districts of Clifton and Hotwells, in south west England. At the summit is the Cabot Tower, opened in 1897 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the voyage by John Cabot from Bristol to Newfoundland in 1497.

Located at 51.4529, -2.6068 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Nature reserves in England, Parks and open spaces in Bristol, Hills of Bristol

Park Street, Bristol

Park Street is a main street in Bristol, England, linking the city centre to Clifton. It forms part of the A4018. The building of Park Street started in 1761 and it was Bristol's earliest example of uniformly stepped hillside terracing. The street runs from College Green up a steep incline northwards to join Park Row at the southern apex of the Clifton Triangle. Looking up the street there is a dramatic view of the Wills Memorial Building.

Located at 51.4569, -2.60577 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Streets in Bristol, History of Bristol, Shopping streets in England

Jacob's Well, Bristol

Jacob's Well in Cliftonwood, Bristol, England is an early mediaeval structure thought to be a Jewish ritual bath. The stone structure is built round a natural hot spring and on a lintel there is an inscription thought to be the Hebrew word zochalim, "flowing". This led to the theory that this was a mikveh or Jewish ritual bath.

Located at 51.4533, -2.6102 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Buildings and structures in Bristol, Scheduled Ancient Monuments in Bristol, Jews and Judaism in England

Bristol Marina

The Bristol Marina is located in Bristol Harbour, Bristol, England. The marina has been in operation since 1980. It is situated adjacent to the SS Great Britain on the south side of the harbour on the site of the former Charles Hill & Sons Ltd's Albion Dockyard, which it shares with Abels Shipbuilders. Facilities include 100 pontoon berths, 70 shore berths, a 30 tonne lift, showers, water, electric points, telephone points, fuel berth, chandlers and a sail-maker.

Located at 51.4499, -2.6079 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Bristol Harbourside, Transport in Bristol, Marinas in England

Underfall Yard

The Underfall Yard is a historic boatyard on Spike Island serving Bristol Harbour, the harbour in the city of Bristol, England. Underfall Yard was commonly referred to as "The Underfalls" and takes its name from the underfall sluices. The original construction was in the early 19th century with revisions by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in the 1830s. Following restoration in the 1990s, this Victorian work yard is now a Scheduled Monument that includes several listed buildings.

Located at 51.4468, -2.61736 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
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Bristol Harbourside, Buildings and structures in Bristol, Culture in Bristol, Grade II listed buildings in Bristol, Grade II* listed buildings in Bristol, History of Bristol, Ports and harbours of the Bristol Channel, Port of Bristol, River navigations in the United Kingdom, Transport in Bristol, Visitor attractions in Bristol, Shipbuilding companies of England, British boat builders, Works of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Scheduled Ancient Monuments in Bristol

Clifton Bridge railway station

Clifton Bridge railway station was a railway station in Bristol, England, on the Portishead Railway. Closed in 1964. Preceding station Historical railways Following station Ashton Gate   Great Western Railway   Nightingale Valley Halt

Located at 51.4468, -2.62573 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Former Great Western Railway stations, Disused railway stations in Bristol, Railway stations opened in 1867, Railway stations closed in 1965, Beeching closures in England

Royal York Crescent

Royal York Crescent is a major residential street in Clifton, Bristol. It overlooks much of the docks, and much of the city can be seen from it. It also joins Clifton Village at one end. It is one of the most expensive streets in the city. A Grade II* listed terrace of 46 houses (most of which are divided into flats) is on the northeast side of the street for most of its length.

Located at 51.454, -2.62071 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Houses completed in 1820, Houses in Bristol, Streets in Bristol, Grade II* listed buildings in Bristol, Crescents (architecture), Clifton, Bristol

The Clifton Club

The Clifton Club is a traditional private member's club in Bristol, England, founded in 1818 as a meeting place for the gentlemen of the prosperous port of Bristol.

Located at 51.4555, -2.6209 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
1818 establishments in England, Grade II* listed buildings in Bristol, Grade II* listed assembly rooms, Assembly rooms, Grade II* listed clubhouses, Traditional gentlemen's clubs in England, Clifton, Bristol, Dance venues in England

Winston Theatre

The Winston Theatre is a traditional proscenium arch theatre located in the University of Bristol Students' Union building, one of the largest students' union buildings in Great Britain. The theatre seats 204 with permanent seating, and close to 250 with extra banks of temporary seating that can be added to the front of the auditorium.

Located at 51.4569, -2.6084 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Theatres in Bristol, University of Bristol

Pneumatic Institution

The Pneumatic Institution (also referred to as Pneumatic Institute) was a medical research facility in Bristol, England, in 1799–1802. It was established by physician and science writer Thomas Beddoes to study the medical effects of the gases that had recently been discovered. Humphry Davy headed the Institution's laboratory, examining the effects of laughing gas on himself and others, and James Watt designed much of the lab's equipment.

Located at 51.4514, -2.62028 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Learned societies of the United Kingdom, Scientific societies, Organizations established in 1799, 1799 establishments in England, 1802 disestablishments in England, History of Bristol

St Paul's Church, Clifton, Bristol

St Paul's Church, on St Paul's Road, Clifton, is an Anglican parish church and was formerly the University of Bristol Church, in the North Bristol Deanery of the Diocese of Bristol. The church is one of two in the Benefice of St Paul's and Cotham, Richard Holroyd being the current incumbent. The current building largely dates from 1867, when it was rebuilt following a fire, using a variety of stones.

Located at 51.4591, -2.6113 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.559 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Clifton, Bristol, Church of England churches in Bristol, Grade II listed buildings in Bristol

Clifton Antiquarian Club

The Clifton Antiquarian Club was founded in 1884 in Bristol to investigate antiquities in the surrounding area of western England and southern Wales. The twenty-eight years of research performed by the membership and associates of the original society fill the first seven volumes of the Proceedings of the Clifton Antiquarian Club. The association was dissolved in 1912, but was resurrected in 2006.

Located at 51.4575, -2.61854 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Articles created via the Article Wizard, Organisations based in Bristol, History of Bristol, Culture in Bristol, Antiquarians, Archaeology of the United Kingdom, Clubs and societies in England

Hope Chapel, Bristol

Hope Chapel is a church on Hopechapel hill in Hotwells, Bristol. It was founded by Lady Hope and Lady Glenorchy in 1786 to serve Clifton and Hotwells, and visitors to the nearby hot well. Website for Hope Chapel (Hope Community Church): www. hopechapel. co. uk

Located at 51.4513, -2.6216 (Lat. / Lng.), about 3.558 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Churches in Bristol

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22 Feb
2020

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