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Hotel du Vin & Bistro
The Sugar House
Narrow Lewins Mead


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Hotel du Vin is the perfect base for exploring this ancient capital of the South West of England. Located in the 'Old City' but close to the rejuvenated waterfront, it's the ideal place to hold a meeting, private function, or for a relaxing lunch or dinner in the Bistro. Wine is, of course, most important with each bedroom being sponsored by a celebrated wine house. The wine list offers unusual and interesting wines, and the well-stocked Bar holds an impressive selection of Rums and Cachašas from around the world. A walk-in Havana Cigar Humidor, visual Wine Cellar and Billiard and Armagnac Room are some of the unique features.

The 40 warehouse 'loft style' bedrooms and suites feature superb custom-made beds, Egyptian cotton duvets, CD players, trouser presses, mini-bars and satellite television. The bathrooms boast double power showers, oversized free-standing baths, robes and fluffy towels.

Private wine tastings can be organised with prior notice, and wine dinners are held at the hotel on a regular basis.

Group Awards
Best Hotel Group in the UK, The Guardian Travel Awards 2003
Best Wine Restaurant of the Year 2003 - Hotel & Restaurant Magazine
AA Hotel of the Year - 2003
Sunday Times Travel Magazine Award 2003


Ratings/Awards: AA Townhouse Hotel
Number of Rooms: 40
Number Ensuite: 40
Nearest Airport: Bristol
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Cuisine: Bistro/Mediterranean
Chef: Robert Carr
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes
Best Wine Restaurant of the Year 2003 - Hotel & Restaurant Magazine

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Room Service - Breakfast only
Disabled Access
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities

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