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The Fire Engine

The Fire Engine

The Fire Engine is situated on the crossroads of Church Road, Chalks Road & Blackswarth Road in Redfield – just opposite St George’s Park. The Inn doesn’t get its name from any appliance for putting out fires, but from the first primitive (atmospheric) steam pumping engine used in t... Read On

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The White Bear

The White Bear

The White Bear is situated on top of St Michaels Hill, sandwiched between Cotham, Kingsdown and Clifton. Its proximity to the university makes it a very popular pub with the students and its residential location lends itself a great venue for Sunday Lunch. This is a classic pub with a 250 year histo... Read On

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The Grain Barge

The Grain Barge

The Grain Barge is an old converted cargo boat which now sits in a permanent mooring opposite the SS Great Britain. With a pretty unique view over the docks through the panoramic glass windows, it is a perfect place to relax and watch the world go by. The sailing dinghy’s racing about in the d... Read On

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Adam And Eve

Adam And Eve

  7 Hope Chapel Hill, Hotwells, Bristol, BS8 4ND Read On

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The Bell

The Bell

The Bell is tucked away on a little side road off Jamaica Street. Located within 100 meters of Stocks Croft this is a very popular pub which is easily accessible from Kingsdown, Cotham, St. Pauls and Montpelier. The Bell is a traditional pub and more well known as a drinking venue than for its food.... Read On

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The Spotted Cow

The Spotted Cow

The Spotted Cow can be found on North Street and is essentially at the border between Southville and Bedminster. The pub is in a building with over 200 years of history, however the décor inside is modern and fresh. There is a large bar area inside with seating all around and a few big bench tables ... Read On

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The Wellington

The Wellington

The Welly is a large, detached, traditional red-brick pub at the top of Gloucester Road. It’s a much-loved pub that’s well known for providing a warm welcome and great service. The guest rooms in The Wellington have just undergone a major refurbishment with extra rooms added, and Bath Al... Read On

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The Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales is one of the more popular pubs on Gloucester Road. Found at the junction of Zetland Road, Cranbrook Road and Gloucester Road this pub sits at the heart of Bishopston and in the middle of a very busy area of Bristol. The pub typifies Bristol culture in many ways with the clientèl... Read On

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