Bristol Backpackers Hostel, 17 St Stephen's Street, Bristol, BS1 1EQ
Call them on 0117 925 7900
OverviewBristol's most central backpacker hostel. - clean & comfy beds - mixed/single sex dorms - private rooms - individual bathrooms & free hot showers - free linen - large kitchen - free tea, coffee & hot chocolate Late night basement bar - piano & guitar room - DVD lounge - free WiFi - luggage storage room - laundrette. Run by backpackers for backpackers - no curfew after check in. This accommodation is featured on our map of Devon, Cornwall and the West Country and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:90: Bunk bed accommodation in private twin, private triple or 6, 8 and 10 bed dorms.
Open:All year. Reception hours 9am -11.30pm (no curfew).
Price per night:From £18pp. £90 per week. From £35 for private rooms.
Booking:Most cards, phone or walk in.
Directions:Located in Old City, the historic centre of Bristol. From Bristol Central Bus Station (Marlborough St) 7 mins' walk. Follow pedestrian signs to Old City then walk up Baldwin St (opposite The Hippodrome), St Stephens St is the second street on the left. From Bristol Temple Meads railway station 12 mins' walk. Follow pedestrian signs to Old City and follow the directions above. Or take Number 8 or 9 bus to Centre Promenade and get off at The Hippodrome.
Public Transport:Bristol Central Bus Station (Marlborough St) 7 min's walk. Trains at Bristol Temple Meads (12 mins' walk). From the airport take the Shuttle to the Central Bus Station
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, has a pub within walking distance and is on the Land's End to John O' Groats Cycle Route and the City, Backpacker and Boutique Hostels map.
Book Direct at Bristol Backpackers
November 7th 2018
Famous for it’s nightlife, music scene, street art and colourful homes Bristol is a must visit location on any trip around the UK
Book Direct at Bristol Backpackers for a friendly welcome to this amazing city. With its famous nighlife, music scene, regenerated harbour, colourful homes and street art, Bristol should be high on any bucketlist of places to visit on a tour of the UK. Book Direct by phone. Photo ©VisitBritain/Max Renaud
Bristol Backpackers Hostel
April 5th 2018
The affordable way to discover the culture of Bristol!
When staying at Bristol Backpackers Hostel, we guarantee you will get more than your money’s worth of comfort, culture, and care.
With dorm beds available from just £13 a night, and private rooms also available, the hostel comes with a best price guarantee for hostels in Bristol City Centre!
The hostel is filled with cultural city vibes as it’s friendly guests and staff love to make you welcome in the piano and guitar room, late night basement bar, and DVD room. There is also a large self catering kitchen, and free coffees, teas, and hot chocolates available. Being in the city centre there is also a large range of shops and restaurants nearby- make sure you treat yourself to some delicious food!
The hostel is the best of both worlds, with the whole of Bristol’s range of shops to browse through, and the NCN within a mile away: you can discover both sides of your personality and find activities to suit everyone! 🙂 The hostel offers WiFi and an internet computer to ensure you can keep in touch with your social life, and equipment rooms for your bikes or other gear!
Kyle Blue Floating Hostel
December 19th 2016
Visit our Sister Hostel in Bristol’s historic harbour
Kyle Blue Floating Hostel, opened in Autumn 2016 and is run by the same management as Bristol Backpackers. It is a renovated Dutch Barge with fabulous views of the harbour from its tranquil lounge and well equipped self-catering kitchen.