Our snug shed and breakfast is tucked away in our little garden in colourful Clifton Wood, sandwiched between Clifton Village and the vibrant Harbourside of Bristol. It has an inviting superking sized bed, its own little kitchen, some local breakfast goodies provided, books, games and even a guitar to strum. There’s access to a private shower room in the house with a mosaic penny floor and a rain forest shower. There is also a lovely sunny garden that you share with our family which includes Indy our little boy and Wilf the dog.
We lived in the shed for two years while we were renovating our home and we have so many happy memories of that time. We hope you will love the shed as much as we do and that it will be a cosy and quirky spot from which to explore the vibrant city of Bristol and its surroundings.
We feel very proud that shed and breakfast has featured in Sawday's self catering collection and we feel honoured to have had a stamp of approval from such a reliable source of truly special places to stay.
"Follow the path to the end of this quiet Victorian terrace and find a sunny surprise… Tucked into the back of Daisy and Jon’s blossomy garden is your snug yellow shed – they lived here when doing up their house and you straight away want one yourself! Step inside to find an arty, rustic space with all you need for an alternative eco-friendly stay."
"Staying in a shed really could not get any more luxurious with a super king sized bed, its very own little kitchen and a private shower room. From £70 a night, it really will be one of the most unique and charming places you can stay."
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shed and breakfast support the charity Nightstop by monthly offering to host young people who have found themselves homeless for a variety of reasons. This is a short term service where young people are temporarily hosted by families like us in Bristol. In our role we provide young people between the ages of 18 and 25 with a hot meal and a safe place to stay while the charity helps them sort out a more sustainable solution. We are really excited about working with Nightstop and thank you hugely for supporting us to do this.