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Historic site consists of a sixteenth-century house and deer park with a nineteenth century garden. The mansion is now one of the city's most elegant event venues, hosting weddings, conferences and parties. Two onsite cafés serve wholesome food to...more
All reviews balloon fiesta deer park mansion house pitch and putt kite festival rose garden red deer mountain bike trails miniature railway open fields off road wide open spaces dog walking great place for a walk beautiful park green space bristol city centre
The parkland looks super but my visit was to the railway. A brilliant setup - superbly presented with good buildings, signalling, junctions, steaming bays etc etc. This is a great place to visit especially for those children and adults who like railways - steam diesel...More
Great few hours enjoying rides on the miniature steam / electric railway. Enjoyed by all ages, run by railway enthusiasts. 80p a ride, so excellent value. It runs on sundays but not every week, so you need to check their website. If the weather is...More
A wonderful place to visit with or without dogs,children,bikes,horses,kites or picnics. Features a Deer park, woodland walks, mountain bike trails, a bridleway, pitch and putt Golf, a cafe, a shop selling home produced Venison, a miniature Railway and much more.
So much to do here from mountain-biking, walking to the good old English picnic. The pitch and putt golf course that has a coffee shop, as does the manor house with its cafe. Remember to check the diary for the various events that take place...More
Been coming to Ashton Court since I was a boy so every time I return to Bristol I try to take a stroll round a different section of the estate. This visit I walked in from the Long Ashton side and up to the house....More
Easy walk over the suspension bridge to the estate - no distance and probably the best idea as the traffic is normally heavy and parking a nightmare....I always walked there for the balloon fiesta, quicker than driving
As far as I understand the Suspension Bridge is shut after the Balloon Glow so you will not be able to walk back across it. I am afraid you will have to walk all the way round over the Cumberland Basin and that is quite a... More
As far as I understand the Suspension Bridge is shut after the Balloon Glow so you will not be able to walk back across it. I am afraid you will have to walk all the way round over the Cumberland Basin and that is quite a walk.
I do hope you enjoy the Balloon Fiesta it should be amazing this year with it being the 40th Year. Bristol is very lucky to have such a fantastic event.