62 Pubs and Bars found in or around Colston Hall Bristol

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The King William Ale House

We had just made the comment that we hadn't seen many Sam Smith's pubs in Bristol (like none) when we stumbled onto this one. And a lovely pub it is too. The interior is probably what you would expect from one of their pubs,...

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0.27mi
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The Olde Hatchet Inn

While you might expect a pub that says "Bristol's Oldest Pub" to be a bit of a tourist trap, you might be surprised here. Don't get us wrong, it is old: apparently established around 1500. It definitely has a local...

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0.12mi
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Bunch of Grapes

Hidden down a narrow and twisty street, this is another pub that's deceptive - it seems to go on for a long way. It's a decent pub far enough off the beaten track that you have to know it's there, which makes a difference. It...

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Famous Royal Naval Volunteer

This pub in a listed 17th century building in the heart of Bristol. Friendly staff, regularly rotating guest beers on the five hand pumps, makes this a good place to go if you're in the area. Combine this with a folk night...

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Walkabout Inn

We know what you're thinking, a Walkabout with rooms!?!? Well, it's true - this one is a hotel as well as a cavernous Aussie bar. We didn't believe it either. The bar itself is nothing special - if you've been to a Walkabout...

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0.19mi
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Old Duke

The Old Duke is an extremely irritating pub - it should be great, but it isn't. It almost has it all, there's a great range of beer and cider on the hand pumps, frequent live jazz sessions, a shabby cool interior, friendly...

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The Llandoger Trow

The Llandoger Trow is a striking, old, vast, half-timbered pub in the historic centre of Bristol. Taking it's name from a type of boat once built not too far away, the Llandoger Trow dates from the 1660's. It looks like a...

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0.28mi
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Commercial Rooms

The Commercial Rooms is a typical Wetherspoon establishment - yet another huge Victorian commercial building, converted to serve (decent, it must be said) cheap booze and instant pub grub to the masses. Often these conversions...

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The Elephant (ex-Market Place)

Newly reopened after a fire damaged the building, this historic pub has had an extensive refurbishment and a return to the name it first opened under in 1853. Now we've got another reason to go back to Bristol!

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