Watch out… There’s a Gromit (or 80) About…

Gromit, Britain’s favourite animated dog, is currently to be found wandering the streets of Bristol, where he was first created by the Oscar-winning Nick Park of Aardman Studios

Gromit Unleashed (http://www.gromitunleashed.org.uk/) is a public art exhibition of 80 giant fibreglass Gromits, each standing 5ft tall, which have been placed in and around Bristol for 10 weeks until 8th September.  Each Gromit has been decorated by a different artist, creating a trail of unique pieces of art that will be auctioned after the exhibition to raise funds for Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity.

P1000686 (506x800)Make the most of a visit to Bristol to see the Gromit Unleashed exhibition and combine it with an overnight stay at The Bristol Hotel, which has created two summer-specific packages to make a stay in the city even more enjoyable.

The Bristol Hotel’s “Bubbles & Berries Package” includes a bottle of bubbly and a bowl of berries on arrival, overnight accommodation and breakfast for two, free parking, free Wifi and free use of the hotel gym.  Prices start from £109 per room per night.

The Bristol Hotel’s “Discover the Dock” package includes overnight accommodation and breakfast for two, two tickets for a 45-minute Bristol Packet City Dock Boat tour, free parking, free Wifi and free use of the hotel gym.  Prices start from £114 per room per night.
The Bristol Hotel - Executive Bedroom
Additional nights at The Bristol Hotel cost from £89 per night, room only, making a weekend in Bristol an affordable luxury.

For more details & to book, visit www.doylecollection.com/bristol.

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About HEADYcommunications

I'm Sue Heady, a former journalist, now working as a travel PR consultant, keen to connect with all travel media, whether writers, bloggers or broadcasters. Luxury hotels in Switzerland are a speciality, but I also have clients all over Europe and here in the UK.
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