Double room 4U

Homestay in Stockwood - Bristol, United Kingdom
From £28  /   per night

About the Homestay

Excellent base for anyone looking for a comfortable place to stay for either business or pleasure whilst visiting Bristol. Ground floor, a room in flat with garden. Central heating, modern, fully fitted kitchen. Plenty of free, unrestricted on-road parking. Bus stop for city centre right outside.

"A private room is a room in a property which you let out on its own. This could be a room in a private residence. Guests sleep in their own room but share living areas, such as the kitchen and bathroom, with the owner and/or other guests".

House Facilities
  • Garden
  • Parking
  • Welcomes
  • Males
  • Females
  • Couples
  • Families
  • Students

Bedrooms available for booking


Double room
Double Room
Sleeps 2

Bathroom shared (with family / other guests)
1 Double Bed

Bedroom availableNot available for dates
  • TV
 1 guest
2 guests
Nightly Price
Weekly Price
Monthly price
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How it works

About the Area

Destinations shown in bold offer access to express coach or train services.
Destinations by direct local bus from Stockwood.
Click on a place name for details of how to get there by local bus from Stockwood:
Bus num.2 - Stockwood

Local Area Facilities
  • Park
  • Bus Stop


Please note that only a light breakfast is included in the room rate. All other meals will incur an additional cost. Meals and any additional payment should be arranged directly with your host.

Included in the stay
  • Light Breakfast
  • Use of Kitchen

House Rules

1. You do not have exclusive use or occupation of the communal areas of the flat and must share the use of the kitchen, bathroom/WC and corridor within the flat with the other tenants.

You must vacate the room and any communal areas by 12 mid-day on the last day of your rental period.
Clean the bathroom and WC and kitchen after every use and ensure that they are kept in a hygienic state for use by you or others at all times.
Familiarise yourself with a route of escape in the event of fire.
Ensure that all electrical items and appliances that you bring into the flat meet British safety standards and statutory regulations.
Ensure that the building is securely locked when you leave, this includes ensuring that windows are fully closed and secured.
Only keep foods in appropriate places. Milk and other dairy produce must be always kept in the fridge.
Remove all of your food from storage at the end of your rental period and clean the area where it was kept.

interfere with the electrical installations in the building or use any equipment which is likely to overload the electrical circuits.
interfere with the fire alarm.
interfere with the boiler, other than by following the instructions given to you by the owner to operate it for the purposes of turning the heating on or off.
put anything down the toilet or sinks or otherwise into the drains which is likely to block or damage them.
interfere with the fabric of the building (for example; radiators)
prepare and cook food anywhere other than in the kitchen.
use a deep-fat fryer, including using a saucepan or chip-pan in a similar manner, anywhere in the flat.
smoke in any part of the flat.
allow naked flames, including candles, burners or joss sticks or any other living flame device, anywhere in the flat.
use a barbeque in the garden except with the prior and express permission of the owner.
use the room for any illegal or immoral purpose.
generate levels of noise whether in the room or communal areas of a level that may disturb other residents or neighbours and in particular you must not generate any noise that may be heard in any neighbouring room or by any neighbour between the hours of 09.30pm and 8.30am.
permit anyone else to use or occupy the room or stay overnight in the room or any communal area, except and unless authorised by the express permission of the owner.

4. The Communications Act 2003 states that you have to be covered by a TV licence to watch live TV on a TV set, a laptop, tablet or any other receiving equipment. It is therefore your responsibility to obtain a TV licence should you choose to watch live TV in your room or the shared social areas. You will not be covered under any licence that the owner may hold.

Smoking is not allowed.

2 Reviews

  • 4 hearts
    April 2017

    Quiet. clean with a welcoming host.

  • 1 heart
    October 2016

    This guest awarded the host 1 heart but didn’t leave any comments.