Email RSS Feed Twitter Facebook Google+

Hotwells

The Eldon House

The Eldon House

The Eldon House has the look and feel of a charming little old-world pub from the outside. The natural split log benches to the front and its large windows, letting you see the bar within, help add to this feel. Once inside however the pub opens up onto a sizeable extension to the left of the bar ar... Read On

Site Rating:
User Rating:
The Pump House

The Pump House

The Pump House is an imposing old Victorian water pumping station, situated on the edge of Bristols floating harbour, by the Junction Lock in Hotwells. With a gastronomic treat of a menu this is a more ‘classy’ location for a Sunday roast and the clientele and atmosphere reflect this. Sy... Read On

Site Rating:
User Rating:
The Hope & Anchor

The Hope & Anchor

  38 Jacob’s Wells Road, Bristol. BS8 1DR Read On

User Rating:
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

Site Rating:
User Rating:
The Lion

The Lion

The Lion is a little gem of a pub, hidden away in Clifton Wood. The pub itself is pretty ancient, 200 years plus, and is set within some of Bristol finest Victorian terraced housing. Comfortably renovated inside, the pub is a family run business that oozes charm and class. From the moment you arrive... Read On

Site Rating:
User Rating:
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

Site Rating:
User Rating:
Adam And Eve

Adam And Eve

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

User Rating:
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

Site Rating:
User Rating: