A natural cavern set beneath the Clifton Observatory and the camera obscura . The cave mouth is set into the side of the cliff,...
Set in a striking 18th-century windmill, Clifton Observatory features a viewing platform, a rare camera obscura and the cliff-side...
Bristol's camera obscura is one of only two in England open to the public, making a visit well worthwhile. The camera uses a convex...
The well-heeled drinkers of Clifton make a beeline for this smart pub for a postwork pint. It also dishes up top-notch food, the likes...
A Clifton classic, as perfect for morning coffee as for a proper sit-down dinner. With its pavement tables and wooden interior, it feels...
35 Princess Victoria St · interesting places nearby
Bristol's top choice for fish dishes rustles up everything from pan-fried sea bass with chorizo to succulent grilled whole lobster. The hot shellfish platter (£46 for two people) is made for sharing. The simple setting, with its whitewashed walls, ships' lanterns and nautical knick-knacks, adds to the maritime vibe.
They also offer a ridiculously good-value set lunch and early-evening menu (two/three courses £9.50/13).