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Recent Bristol Reviews

FALL FAMILY WEEKEND

5 of 5
When visiting Bristol for a wedding, my family (husband, college-age children and I, plus my sister and her husband) spent a beautiful fall weekend in this fabulous home. It was a quintessential coastal New England experience! Fabulous historic setting, period home with beautiful antiques and art, spectacular views and grounds. Easy walk into shopping and dining area of Bristol (but drove the .6 mile for dinner...high-heel thing) and discovered great restaurants, charming shopping, friendly merchants and the classic New England clapboard houses and stone walls. Thumbs up to Persimmon, Le Central, and Thames Waterfront Grill, but Bristol House of Pizza was just so-so. Stayed at the house and enjoyed dining and visiting on the patio watching boats on the bay and the beautiful gardens. The house has such beautiful architectural details, and great modern amenities, such as fabulous bathrooms and plenty of hot water. So many delightful places to relax in the house that it was hard to choose one. We want to go back and spend a week! (Note: there is a lot of stair climbing in the house.)
  • Submitted: Oct 28, 2013
  • Stayed: Oct 2013

SWEETEST COTTAGE IN BRISTOL!

5 of 5
My husband and I stayed at the Cottage for three days in June...and what a charming place it is. The most beautiful view that anyone could ask for, and so peaceful. Keep in mind all the beds are twins, and for taller men you need to watch your head a little, but I truly adored the place. Ginny was the best hostess...made sure we had everything we needed...and great ideas for things to do. (Some unbelieveable gardens just a walk down the waterline). I really fell in love with that breezy screened porch and hated to leave, but all good things.... Bristol is great town with wonderful restaurants and shops. Really enjoyed the Hourglass Brasserie, and the DeWolf Tavern...restaurants that would be amazing in a big city, much less a small town. It's a pleasant one mile walk into town for anything.
  • Submitted: Jun 27, 2012
  • Stayed: Jun 2012