Bristol Cabins has a variety of shared spaces that are available to all visitors as a communal space, with the expectation that guests are respectful of each other and of the property and its residents (including our many plants and animals).
Shared Bathroom Facilities
The restroom facilities at Bristol Cabins are shared between all guests. There are two separate restrooms for men and women, each with a toilet, sink, and shower (with hot water!). Although our restrooms are divided by gender, we welcome guests on all levels of the gender spectrum to utilize the restroom that corresponds to their gender identity.
Bristol Cabins maintains a shared kitchen area available for guests with a microwave, stove, sink, refrigerator, and eating area. This space is free for all guests to use as needed.
Shared Firepit and Picnic Area
At the heart of the property is a shared firepit and picnic area, open to use for all guests depending on availability. The residents of the property often use the space for group music sessions and fires, in which all guests are welcome to join and observe.
Bristol Community Space, Animals, and Residents
Living in harmony alongside the guest facilities at Bristol Cabins in a vibrant and unique intentional community (learn more on the Bristol Community page). The community welcomes guests and is glad to support and assist guests as needed to ensure a quality and comfortable stay.
If you need anything, have any questions, or just fancy a conversation, feel free to speak with any of the residents who live in the property and they will happily oblige so long as the interaction does not interfere with their current work or create a dangerous situation for either party.
That said, Bristol Cabins expects guests to treat the community spaces, such as the gardens, artist areas, residential quarters, etc… with respect and seek the permission of a Bristol resident before interacting with any space or object not explicitly designated for guest use. Animals, both domestic and wild, are valued and loved members of the Bristol community, and we hope that you will treat all of them as you would another human. Please do not chase or harass them, and give them their space to be themselves.