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Welcoming more than 8 million passengers each year, Bristol Airport is the busiest hub in the south west of England. Offering flights within the United Kingdom, to Europe and the rest of the world, flyers can choose from over 130 destinations.

Our hotels near Bristol Airport are ideal for a relaxing night’s stay either before or after your flight. As well as being a flight hub for holidaymakers, visitors to this wonderful city often visit Clifton Suspension Bridge, the harbourside and the landmarks of the city centre.

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Places To Stay Near Bristol Airport

Stay with us at our hotels near Bristol Airport, offering the perfect countryside retreat to relax before or after your flight. With wonderful nature walks and cycling opportunities nearby, why not tag a staycation onto your trip abroad?

The Langford Inn In Lower Langford

In the quaint Somerset town of Lower Langford, close to Bristol Airport and the Mendip Hills, you’ll find The Langford Inn, a 17th century historic village pub-hotel. Stay in one of their seven boutique bedrooms for the perfect place to rest your head before or after your trip abroad. Enjoy locally-sourced produce and a field-to-fork ethos on sustainability with seasonal menus, perfectly paired with an impressive selection of award-winning Butcombe beers.

Ring O’ Bells In Compton Martin

With two dog-friendly ensuite rooms in the heart of the Mendips and Chew Valley, if you’re looking for somewhere peaceful and relaxing to stay before or after your flight from Bristol Airport, you can’t do much better than the Ring O’ Bells in Compton Martin. Settle down in Somerset fashion, with inglenook fireplaces, rustic beamed ceilings, and restored oak floorboards – the Ring o’ Bells rally is the quintessential country inn experience! Enjoy home-cooked pub favourites at the on-site restaurant, live music and live sports, and, of course, award-winning proper Butcombe beers and real ales in the bar.

The Rising Sun In Backwell

Situated in Backwell, North Somerset, The Rising Sun is the perfect base for exploring nearby Bristol and the Somerset surroundings. Other local attractions include the Mendips AONB, Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole. Cosy and comfortable, our 6 bedrooms offer everything you need for the perfect staycation, family break, romantic getaway or overnight stay before or after your flight from Bristol Airport.

The Swan Inn In Rowberrow

Located in the ex-mining village of Rowberrow, Somerset, on the edge of the Mendip Hills, The Swan Inn is a 17th century Grade II-listed pub and inn, brimming with history and a warm welcome. The Swan makes the perfect place to stay for exploring Somerset’s cities and countryside, just 7 miles from Bristol Airport and 15 miles from Bristol Temple Meads train station. There are many walking, cycling and dog-walking opportunities in and around the Mendips – plus, you can make your stay even more memorable with pub lunch and a brewery tour of the nearby Butcombe Brewery. Cosy, comfortable and stylish, The Swan Inn’s nine boutique rooms have everything you need for the perfect staycation, family break, or romantic getaway, with complimentary breakfasts, an on-site restaurant, and family-friendly, accessible and dog-friendly room options available.


In 1927, a group of local businessmen started a flying club at Filton Aerodrome. Just 2 years later, the project had garnered so much interest that a new airport was required.

In 1930, the new airport opened in the village of Whitchurch and, at the time, it was only the third civil airport in the country. Operations continued at the Whitchurch site, but it was not seen as a long-term solution as expansion opportunities were limited. In 1955, the former RAF airfield at Lulsgate Bottom was purchased, before being opened by The Duchess of Kent in 1957.

The airport has undergone significant expansion in the years since, with facilities being improved to cater to the ever-growing number of passengers passing through the airport each year. In 2000, annual passenger numbers passed 2 million for the first time, increasing to over 8 million in 2021. Further expansion is planned, with in excess of 10 million passengers expected to travel from Bristol Airport each year in the near future.


As the busiest airport in south west England, Bristol Airport offers passengers the opportunity to fly to more than 130 destinations.

Domestically, passengers can fly to airports in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, while long-haul flights include destinations in Africa and the United States of America.

The majority of the destinations available from Bristol Airport lie in Europe, with flights to more than 100 cities in over 30 countries scheduled each week.


There are 16 airlines that operate flights from Bristol Airport, with many operating additional destinations during the typical summer season to popular holiday destinations.

TUI, Ryanair, Jet2 and easyJet are among the busiest operators, with each offering more than 30 destinations (permanent and seasonal) for travellers.

Lufthansa and KLM offer frequent flights to their respective international hubs in Frankfurt and Amsterdam, giving passengers the opportunity to change aircraft and enjoy an onward journey to almost any destination of their choosing.


With Bristol Airport being a regional hub, the majority of passengers taking flights from here are from the west country.

While it doesn’t have its own train station, there are bus services from across the south west that ensure passengers within a 100 mile radius can reach the airport ahead of their flight.

The A1 Bristol Flyer operates up to 5 buses per hour, while the Bath and Weston-super-Mare services run on an hourly schedule. Passengers from Plymouth, Exeter, Taunton, Cardiff and Newport are also catered for, with each service operating up to 20 journeys in each 24 hour period.


For travellers arriving from further afield or those who don’t wish to take the bus, Bristol Airport has thousands of on-site car parking spaces.

Choose from open air or covered spaces, with several parking options available. The Silver Zone Car Park offers the best value for money, but passengers must take a connecting bus in order to reach the main terminal.

The Long Stay Car Park and Multi-Storey Car Park are both within walking distance of the main terminal, with the latter offering several charging points for electric vehicles.


Located in the Silver Zone Car Park, Bristol Airport offers convenient car hire from many of the leading vehicle rental specialists.

The Car Rental Centre is open 7 days a week and offers travellers the choice of a variety of vehicles to suit individual needs.

For best prices and depth of choice, it is recommended to book your vehicle in advance, though you should always be able to obtain a vehicle (even if it isn’t your first choice), as a last-minute booking.


If you are going on holiday and flying from Bristol Airport, it is unlikely (though not impossible) that you will be taking your dog with you.

If you are leaving your pooch with many of the registered kennels nearby, you may well want to take your beloved four-legged friend for a walk before dropping them off and heading for the check-in desk.

Located just 250m from Bristol Airport, Felton Common is a wonderful space that is popular with local dog walkers. There is a small car park to leave your vehicle while you go off to stretch your legs.