Bristol Design is located in central Bristol, England, 14 Perry Rd, BS1 5BG. If you happen to come and visit we are up the road from Bristol’s bus station, up from Bristol Royal Infirmary, just down from the University of Bristol. About 1.2 mile from the end of the M32. Our phone number if you get lost: 0117 929 1740
With Bristol Council putting in the new segregated cycle lanes on Perry Rd along with the turning restrictions onto and out of adjacent St Michael’s Hill access is a bit more difficult. I have contacted the local paper (Bristol Post) and they have written a very good article about the problems with a few photos of the shop and of me. If your interested its at: Bristol Post Article
By car the easiest way to find us from out of Bristol is along the M32 right to the very end, stay right, on to Bond St dual carriageway to large roundabout. Go straight, second turning off, past the bus station then hospital and we are just past the lights past the hospital on the right. We are about 1.2 miles from end of the M32. Parking directly opposite is expensive. Trenchard Street multistory is possibly least expensive, going up St Michael’s Hill or Horfield Road is less expensive than in front.
Caution: the council has now prevented left turn up St Michael’s Hill or right turn coming down. Adds extra driving for many, more pollution, more traffic jams.
Coach to main bus station gives a few minute walk. Out the bus exit side, turn right to top of road then left and straight along just past all the hospital complex.
Train, Rail to Temple Meads station. No perfect bus from the train station but the best is probably the Nos. 8, 9 or 72 to City Centre (stop C9), walk same direction as the bus a tiny way, cross over and back to Christmas Steps. Up the steps, cross the road, Colston St, up the steps further and we are about opposite those steps.
Flying into Bristol Airport and airport bus to the bus station, then the walk as per coach. Helicopter the only nearby landing is on the hospital roof for air ambulance and we don’t recommend needing it.