Eat, drink and be merry

Restaurants 5 minutes walk away

Fishers Seafood Restaurant : 35 Princess Victoria Street Clifton : T 0117 974 7044
Giggling Squid : 34 Princess Victoria Street Clifton : T 0117 973 2543
New Moon Tapas : 9 The Mall Clifton
T  0117 239 3835
Nutmeg Indian Restaurant : 10 The Mall Clifton : T 0117 360 0288
The Ivy Clifton Brasserie: 42 Caledonia Palace
T 0117 203 4555
Cote Brasserie : 27 The Mall Clifton
T 0117 970 6779
The Emperor Court : Portland Street Clifton
T 0117 923 8661
The Brunel Raj Indian Restaurant : 7 Waterloo Street Clifton : T 0117 973 2641
Noa Japanese Restaurant : 13 Waterloo Street Clifton : T 0117 973 3212
Bar 44 Tapas Restaurant : 20 Regent Street Clifton : T 0117 344 4049
Bosco Pizzeria : 29 Regent Street Clifton
T 0117 909 2770
Joy Raj : 31 Regent Street Clifton : T 0117 983 8101
Pizza Express  : 10 Regent Street Clifton           
Saffron : 4A Boyce’s Avenue Clifton : T 0117 329 4204
Bauhinia Restaurant : 5A Boyce’s Avenue Clifton : T 0117 973 3138

Restaurants 15 to 30 minutes walk 

Rosemarino : 1 York Place Clifton
T 0117 973 6677
The Mint Room : 12 Clifton Road Clifton
T 0117 329 1300
Lido : Oakfield Place Clifton
T 0117 933 9533

Restaurants a Taxi ride from 9 Princes Buildings

Littlefrench : 2B North View

T 0117 970 6276
Wilson’s : 24 Chandos Road Redland
T 0117 973 4157
Snobby’s : 6 Chandos Road Redland
T 0117 907 0934
Wilks Restaurant : 3 Chandos Road Redland
T 0117 973 7999
Adelaina Yard : City : T 0117 925 6682
Pasta Loco : Cotham T 0117 973 3000
Bravas  : Cotham T 0117 329 6887
The Ox : City T 0117 922 1001
Glass Boat : City :  T 0117 332 3971   
San Carlo : City :  T 0117 922 6586
Casamia  : City :  T 0117 959 2884
Marmo  : City :  T 0117 316 4987

Nearby pubs and cafes 

Nearby Pubs
The Coronation Tap Cider pub
The Portcullis real ale pub
The Bristol Fringe great live music pub
The Lansdown pub real ale good Sunday lunches
The Albion pub food & real ale
The Mall pub food and real ale
The Clifton pub food and real ale
The Quadrant Bar

Good Cafes
The Primrose café great cakes, and lunch
The Mall Deli good pies
Coffee number one excellent coffee
Clifton Observatory 360 glass café great views
Spicer & Cole
Bar Chocolat best hot chocolate
Boston Tea Party
Café Nero

Ideas for things to do

Fun to do

Bristol Zoo open every day great gardens, and a wide range of animals.

Swimming at the Lido. Why not have a Facial massage, or another treatment, and then followed by dinner.

The Bristol Wave surfing. World class surfing technology ensures safe waves all year round. Perfect wave breaks, supportive lessons, wetsuits and boards provided. For all ages & abilities.

The Suspension Bridge, and the Visitor centre.

The Camera Obscura plus cave, and its Café that has great views.

The Royal West of England Academy, which put on a Summer exhibition, and a Winter exhibition by well know local artist as well as several other art exhibitions.

The SS Great Britain is a must! It is one of the best top ten Museum in the UK.

Clifton Village is well worth walking around. There are many independent shops, cafes, pubs, and the Victorian Arcade in Boyce’s Avenue is a must.

Then take a look at Royal York Crescent which is the longest Georgian Crescent in Europe, and at the end of Royal York Crescent there is the Paragon, which is a semi curve terrace of Georgian houses. Also walk down Clifton Prominade between rows of trees, and on the right-hand side view the large Georgian Merchant’s houses. Another walk is through Birdcage Walk to Clifton parish church bombed during the war the ruins of St. Andrews church.

Aston Gate Stadium home of Bristol Rugby Club, and Bristol City football Club is a 20/30-minute walk from 9 Princes Buildings.

Cycling / Walking

Cycle/Walking from Bristol to Portishead down alongside the river Avon, or Cycle to Bath along the old railway track. Then there is The Forestry Commission Leigh Woods to discover which run high up on the other side of the Avon Gorge.

Take a walking tour Banksy home town of Bristol, or visit North street Southville where other international famous Street artist have painted sides of various buildings.

Allow at least two hours to visit

Book a Balloon flight From Ashton Court with Bailey Balloons. The Bristol Balloon Fiesta is held in early August were over 100 balloons take to Bristol Skies.

Bristol Harbour side has many attractions. Take a ferry around the docks, and visit the M Shed Museum, the Arnolfini GalleryUnderfall shipyard, and the SS Great Britain.

The City of Bristol Museums, and Art Gallery contains a great glass and porcelain collection, and is always having very interesting exhibitions on.

Underfall Shipyard, and visitor centre. All types of wooden boats to ship are made here.

Saint Nicholas Market. Many small stalls and great little food stalls offering foods from all World. Closed Sundays


The Bristol Old Vic is a grade one listed building, and. is the oldest continuously working theatre in the English-speaking world.

Bristol Georgian House Museum, and Bristol Red Lodge open from 4th April 2020. Open on Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11am to 4pm.

Churches and Cathedrals

The New Rooms John Wesley Chapel is the oldest Methodist building in the world built in 1739.

Bristol Cathedral

St. Mary Redcliffe

The Lord Mayor’s Chapel

St. John’s in the wall

St. Stephens

The ruins of Temple Church

Allow at least two hours to visit

The Roman city of Bath is 15 minutes away by train.

The capital of Wales Cardiff is 45 minutes by train.

The Regency town of Cheltenham is 45 minutes by train.

Wells Cathedral, and the town of Glastonbury, and Street are an hour away by car.

The National Trust Tyntesfield house is 15 minutes by car, and Oakham Treasures Portbury lane 20 minutes by car, and follow by tea Clevedon Pier, Portishead are 30 minutes by car.