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The Dundry Inn

The Dundry Inn

  Church Rd, Dundry, Bristol, North Somerset. BS41 8LH Read On

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Inn On the Green

Inn On the Green

The Inn On The Green is an established Bristol drinkers pub. Apparently winner of a CAMRA pub of the year award it certainly has a good selection of beers and real ale (I say apparently as the CAMRA site does not have them listed). Set in North Bristol, just above where the Gloucester Road becomes F... Read On

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The Clifton

The Clifton

The Clifton is situated in the heart of Clifton Village and has a reputation as being a bit of a trendy bar. Its located in the perfect ‘main street’ spot for passing trade, just down from the junction of Royal York Crescent and Regent Street, and has a sufficiently good reputation with ... Read On

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The Cottage Inn

The Cottage Inn

The Cottage has an enviable location. Set on the southern side of Bristols historic floating harbour at Baltic Wharf, the uninterrupted view across the docks, from The Pump House on one side and down past The Grain Barge to the SS Great Britain, attracts huge crowds of drinkers in the summer, sat ou... Read On

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The Pipe & Slippers

The Pipe & Slippers

The Pipe & Slippers is one of this areas more popular bars. Located at the point where Stokes Croft becomes Cheltenham Road and where Ashley Road intersects the two, this is a truly ‘main road’ pub for the area. Noted for its cocktails and live DJ nights this is a very busy bar and n... Read On

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The Lazy Dog

The Lazy Dog

Located at the top of Ashley Down Road  and within 100 meters of Gloucester Road, The Lazy Dog is a vibrant pub in the heart of this residential area of North Bristol. Run by the same people as The Pipe & Slippers and The Windmill, you’d expect this to be a comfortable and atmospheric pub ... Read On

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The Rose of Denmark

The Rose of Denmark

The Rose of Denmark is a traditional pub located on what once would have been a main thoroughfare into Bristol, now it’s tucked under the Brunel Way flyover on the junction where Hotwells Road and the Cumberland Basin Road merge. The interior of the pub is relaxed and has that traditional pub ... Read On

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