Bristol's public hot tub dates back to 1849, but after falling into disrepair during the early 20th century, this lovely naturally...
Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
Housed in a stunning Edwardian baroque building, the city museum and art gallery has an excellent collection of British and French art;...
This endearingly scruffy boozer has a warren of wood-panelled rooms and hallways, and a choice of at least eight real ales on tap....
Country dining in a city setting. The feel's half-rustic, half-contemporary – big windows and modern murals contrast with exposed stone...
Lonely Planet review
The QV has been a Whiteladies mainstay for two decades, and after several revamps has settled on Spanish and Southern Med flavours, supplemented by designer cheeses, sausages, tapas and home-baked bread. Wine-tasting and Slow Food courses will knock that philistinic palate into shape.