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St Paul's is one of the inner city suburbs of Bristol and it is one of the first in the area, having been developed in the 18th century. There are two large parks in the area
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Easy to find, though there is adjacent building work taking place making access a little more difficult. Narrow entrance up lane and onto site. Simple to find a space and park up.Gillan
Easy to find, not too far from town. Left car there for 3 days and no issues.Jessica
Easy to find. Good parking spaces. Very affordable. Definitely recommend if staying in Bristol.J
Space was perfect as only a few minutes walk from our hotel and saved us £25 on parking fee's!! Hard to find so contacted number on website went into answerphone so left a message for someone to contact me asap, but was never contacted!!Eventually found the car park, otherwise would of given 5 stars.Richie
The car park was difficult to find and the entrance quite narrow. It is actually located at the St Jude's church end of Bragg's Lane, however that end of the lane is currently closed off for construction work so Bragg's Lane is best accessed from the Trinity Police Station end. There were no problems parking and the compound seemed secure.Mark
This is an excellent way to get all day parking close to the city centre. Gemma, the owner, very helpful and I felt the car was safe. Will use again.Ian
Amazing value! Not that easy to find so read the directions carefully and a tight squeeze up the alley to approach but once in it was ideal.Jemma
Highly recommended amazing value (£7.50 for nearly 48 hours) The site makes clear that it is for small/medium sized cars as the alley entrance is narrow. My BMW 3 series was fine - just! A post code is given but relying on that in your sat nav won't get you to the entrance. You must enter via Braggs Lane one end of which is currently closed off. Thus the only entrance to Braggs Lane is to the east (the further one from the city centre) If its your first visit I would recommend a look at Google Map before you go to pick out the entrance to Braggs Lane.Edward
great location, very secure and Gemma was very friendly and helpful. would defiantly use again! :)Amy