Bristol Stag Do Ideas | Lads Weekend in Bristol | Bristol Stag Accommodation
When looking to book a stag do in Bristol, Future Inns is in the heart of Bristol city centre and opposite the Cabot Circus Shopping Centre. Making the hotel the ideal base for accessing the Bristol stag activities, and it is very close to the bars and nightlife.
Our 4-star hotel has 149 spacious bedrooms and offers, alongside our large Canadian beds, a desk and workspace, tea and coffee making facilities, robe and slippers, free WiFi, air conditioning and heat controls, mist-free bathroom mirrors, a laptop safe, iron and ironing board, hairdryer, complimentary bottled water, full-length mirror, easy chair and footstool, free local telephone calls, ice bucket and wine glasses, complimentary toiletries as well as a flat-screen TV. Plus, parking for £9 per night. The car park is outside the Bristol Clean Air Zone.
The Superior Double Room is the most popular bedroom type for a Bristol stag weekend, which has two large double beds. Our City Twin Rooms have two single beds, and some of these rooms interconnect with the City King Room, which has a king-size bed.
Future Inn Bristol boasts easy access to the M32 and M5. The hotel is just a mile from Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station (a 15-minute walk), and buses stop on the opposite side of the road. Ample parking is available at Cabot Circus, next door to the hotel.
Rooms at Future Inn Bristol
Book direct for the best rates guaranteed, with rooms from £67 per room per night. We never ask for additional deposits, and there are no hidden charges.
Book your stay online, where we guarantee the best rate, or with our Reservations Team on 0117 304 1010 or email email@example.com.
For additional benefits, you can join the Future Inns hotel loyalty program. For every £1 you spend on accommodation, you earn 1 reward point. Plus, get double points when you dine in the restaurant. Points can then be used to upgrade your bedroom to a suite or a free night's stay. You also get a complimentary drink voucher to redeem when you dine in the restaurant (you'll also get double points, too!) and a member's discount rate. It's also completely free to join!
Dishes on the menu in Chophouse Restaurant
Chophouse Restaurant is the home of steaks, chops and ribs. Not into steak? No problem! There are so many lip-smacking choices; chicken and fish dishes – including our sustainable haddock battered in Butcombe™ beer. Dishes are homemade, using local produce and fresh ingredients. There are a lot of choices to get your taste buds tingling with options to suit all diets, including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free.
We highly recommend adding our full English breakfast to your stay to ensure all of the party starts the day the right way or help those who may have over-indulged the night before. Lunch and an evening a-la-carte menu are also served, and we welcome stag night group bookings. Many also choose our popular 3 course meal for £25 special offer, which is available Monday to Sunday from 5pm.
You can expect draft lager, cider, craft beer, wine and spirits. Our local selection includes Buttcombe, Bristol Harvey Cream and Bristol Rum. There's also 2 for 1 on cocktails.
Great food on a stag weekend will make it one to remember
An 8oz steak served with mushroom, roast tomato, watercress, onion rings, thick-cut chips and sauce of your choice. As well as a mixed beer bucket (one bottle per person).
£23 per person
Book by calling 0117 304 1020 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre-booking is essential. Available for a minimum of 10 guests. Standard terms and conditions apply.
The whole of the stag party will be entertained. There are so many stag activities in Bristol. It's not all about the wild boozy weekend. Here are some of the best stag do ideas:
Bristol offers a range of unique visitor attractions, world-class entertainment, quality shopping, innovative architecture and historic buildings - all within walking distance. There are so many things to see and do.
The Clifton Suspension Bridge is an iconic landmark of the city and makes for an excellent photo backdrop. Even better, there are free guided tours of the bridge each Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday between Easter and October. You can also learn all about the bridge in their visitor centre. Close to Clifton Suspension Bridge is Leigh Woods, a National Trust protected area of woodland that is free to enter without membership. Depending on how far you want to walk, there are various colour-coded pathways to explore.
Ashton Court Estate is a whopping 800 acres of woodland and green open space. The estate is scenic, with views gazing back over the city. Mountain bikers, horse riders, golfers and families flock here. Stoke Park is a vast open space which dates back to 1066. Walk through woodland, near lakes and across fields, gazing at the bright yellow Dower House and the futuristic-looking Purdown Transmitter Tower above the estate.
The Bristol Museum and Art Gallery is free entry every day of the year. The building itself is quite beautiful and filled to the rafters with interesting exhibits. If you want to know more about Bristol, M Shed is the place to go. See amazing film and photographs, listen to moving personal stories, encounter rare and quirky objects and add your own memories of Bristol through the interactive displays. From prehistoric times to the present day.
Is the great outdoors calling your name? Bristol is surrounded by rolling countryside, woodland trails, coastal paths, majestic estates, and magnificent views. There are so many walks in Bristol to choose from. Including a trail to discover Banksy's street art.
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