Well Hung Lover
A saucy stencil by Banksy, the controversial graffiti artist, which sits on the side of a building. It features an angry husband, a...
Once the home of the wealthy West India merchant John Pinney, this 18th-century house provides an evocative insight into aristocratic...
Cycle The City
These 1½ hour bike tours of Bristol's expansive harbourside are an ideal way to take in the city's main waterfront sights. The fee...
Bristol's historic concert hall now has a new gleaming five-floor annex. It tends to attract the best bands and big-name comedy acts.
Boston Tea Party
First-rate sandwiches, wraps, salads and fresh juices are served up in style at this southwest deli chain's very first store.
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Red Lodge information
Built in 1590 and remodelled in 1730, this red-brick house is a mix of Elizabethan, Stuart and Georgian architecture. The highlight is the Great Oak Room, which still features its original Elizabethan oak panelling, plasterwork ceiling and carved chimney piece.