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Kyle Blue, Wapping Wharf, Museum Street, Bristol BS1 6GW

Moored in the heart of Bristol’s historic harbour, in a peaceful location only a five minute stroll to the city centre. The Kyle Blue Hostel Boat has private and shared cabins with a spacious upper deck providing fabulous views of the harbour from its tranquil lounge and well equipped self-catering kitchen. The Dutch Barge has been completely renovated and opened in Autumn 2016. Great for independent travellers or small group of friends or family, the Kyle Blue offers sleeping in four single/small double cabins, three five bed cabins, a Stern Cabin with four beds and a Bow Cabin with seven beds. There are four private shower rooms with shower, sink and WC and two separate WC’s, one on each deck. The spacious lounge offers plenty of comfortable seating in which to relax after a hard day’s sightseeing as well as a seated dining area and patio doors so you can take in the harbour views from the sofa! The Kyle Blue is moored in a residential area so no noise will be tolerated after 11pm.

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Kyle Blue | Bristol Harbour

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Rooms & Beds:

30: 4×1 (2), 3×5 1×4 1×7

Open:

All year, all day

Price per night:

from £25 per person

Booking:

Online or by phone. Groups of 6 or more by special arrangement only.

Submaps:

Backpackers

Directions:

Sat Nav: BS1 6AW: On foot Prince Street Bridge or Wapping Road, follow the quayside walkway in front of the M-Shed Museum until you reach the Brunel Buttery Café – the Kyle Blue is moored in front of the café.

Public Transport:

Train at Bristol Temple Meads 10 minute walk, closest bus stop is a 2 minute walk at Gaol Ferry Steps.

This accommodation is available to individuals and is on the City, Backpacker and Boutique Hostels map.

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Kyle Blue

Kyle Blue

…one of the most individual hostels…

I am really pleased to be writing about Kyle Blue in Bristol. 

Why? Despite sounding like a member of a boy band, Kyle Blue is actually one of the most individual hostels in the Independent Hostels network. It is a city hostel, and yes, it shares the funky modern decor of those other city hostels yet it differs from the black-and-chrome-free-wifi-vibrant-bar-scene city hostels. In fact it might be about as peaceful as you can get in a city centre location. You see Kyle Blue is a converted boat, a Dutch Barge. It is moored on museum street by Wapping Wharf, surrounded by evidence of Bristol’s maritime heritage: cargo cranes, disused goods railway lines, and overlooked by the distinctive pastel painted houses of the harbour area.

The upper floors are a spacious and modern lounge with lovely views over the water and a well equipped kitchen. Below decks there are sleeping cabins with rooms for between 1 and 7 – sleeping up to 30 in total and shower and WC rooms. 

But why am I pleased to be writing about it? Because I have a big soft spot for Bristol harbour. In a previous life I had to travel for work, which often brought me to Bristol. I always engineered it so that I was staying close to the waterfront. After a tough day, it was relaxing, refreshing and recuperating to stroll the waterfront; listen to the gentle creak of the boats tied up; gaze at the picturesque Tobermory-style painted houses; idly choose from the tempting restaurants in the converted boathouses and wharfs where I could sit and watch the evening slowly fade and the golden lights of the watercraft and harbour buildings transform the view. I am right now imagining a stay on the Kyle Blue and recreating that reverie again. 

 

 

Bristol’s first floating hostel

Bristol’s first floating hostel

Take a leisurely stroll along Bristol’s trendy quayside you will come across Kyle Blue

Five minute leisurely stroll along the trendy quayside from Bristol City Centre and you come across Kyle Blue, a floating hostel in Bristol Harbour.   This study boat has been converted to provide top quality self catering accommodation for up to 30 people.  There is a ban on groups of more then 6, unless you want to hire the whole boat, so you can be sure of the best type of hostel atmosphere sharing traveling tales and recommendations for the days ahead.  There are private sleeping cabins and shared dorm style cabins.  A spacious lounge, self-catering kitchen and an upper deck with fabulous views of the harbour waters . A stay on board Bristol’s luxury floating hostel is highly recommended.

Contact Kyle Blue:

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