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The Ballroom Suite for Events in Bristol
  • £118/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Bristol, UK
This historic Grade II listed building has a stylish and distinctive look. You can rent this space for any kind of Celebrations. The hotel's rejuvenated interior draws inspiration from both the city's independent art scene and the building's rich historic past; creating a classic, yet contemporary, finish. This space features solid wood and metal fittings and serves much-loved British meals using quality, locally sourced ingredients. Just 1 mile from Bristol Temple Meads station, the hotel is easily-accessible for guests visiting the city. Popular attractions such as SS Great Britain and the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge are within close proximity too. The hotel was inspired by UpFest, the largest urban street art and graffiti festival in Europe, with local artists influencing the décor. The hotel now features over 500 pieces of commissioned street art, making for a unique guest experience. The Hotel benefits from 186 contemporary bedrooms, 11 meeting and event spaces for 2 to 500 people and on site car parking for 150 vehicles.
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Bristol Pub with Stunning Riverside Views
  • £150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Redcliffe, UK
Perched on the edge of the historic Bristol harbourside, sits proudly with its huge pub garden and cosy interiors over two floors. Upstairs, the newly refurbished ‘Top Deck’ dining space and bar offers the perfect spot to eat and drink, with stunning views over the harbour, and is available for private hire.
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Casual Wine Restaurant in Bristol
  • £80/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Bristol, UK
Casual wine restaurant with pizza and small plates. An extensive range of wines from across the globe. Relaxed atmosphere with comfortable seating and a lovely terrace
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Local neighbourhood restaurant, pub and bar in Totterdown, Bristol
  • £150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Bristol, UK
5 minutes from central Bristol in the popular suburb of totterdown, easy to access with public transport. plenty of free on-street parking available. Situated on the edge of a large Victorian era public park and nestled among the colourful row houses of Bristol.
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Multi-function First floor Buyout
  • £900/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Bristol, UK
First floor Buyout: Encompassing OPUS, Velocity and our Belvedere Lounge, Perfect for having a party room, and entertainment room and a chilled area. CAPACITY Seated- 300 Standing- 1100 ***Please message the host for custom pricing- may vary depending on the peak or off-peak time of the day/ day of the week/ season of the year/ type of event. ***May be required to have food/ drink consumable depending on the time/ day/ type of event.
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Intimate Indoor Space for 26 Capacity
  • £125/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Hotwells, UK
This 26 Room Capacity is a Unique, Authentic and Healthy Dining venue for any kind of events. They can cater according to your taste. You can contact the host for customized pricing on food and drinks.
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Large Indoor Dining with 46 Capacity Space
  • £135/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Hotwells, UK
Large Indoor Dining with 46 Capacity Space for any kind of events and celebrations. You may contact the host for custom pricing on food and drinks.
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Brunel Suite Room for Events and Meetings
  • £30/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Bristol, UK
Easily accessible by the M4 and M5, our hotel is steps from the Aztec West Business Park in North Bristol. The city centre is 8 miles away. Take advantage of our LivingWell Health Club with 24-hour fitness centre access, a heated pool, sauna, whirlpool, and steam room. Every stay starts with our signature warm chocolate chip cookie.
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Iconic Bike Shop and Cafe in Bristol
  • £250/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Bristol, UK
This is an iconic bike shop and café in the centre of Bristol. It’s set over two floors of the old harbourside building we refurbished back in the 1990s, with a bespoke workshop, bike shed and large outdoor terrace added in 2006. Our love of bikes and food – together with the support of amazing staff and loyal customers – has helped us keep up with cycling and restaurant trends. In 2019, we were proud to celebrate our 25th anniversary.
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Community Centre
  • £10/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Patchway, Bristol, UK
We have several rooms available for regular hire or one-off sessions. Our meeting rooms benefit from: Access to a private kitchen with tea and coffee making facilities Disabled access throughout the building Free Wi-Fi Pull-down projector screens Tables, chairs, crockery etc. included All rooms have a divider option, so we can create bigger spaces when required for conferences, meetings or larger functions. The centre is open 7 days a week for bookings. All prices are for sessions up to 4 hours. However, if you need a longer or shorter booking just let us know and we will be happy to try and accommodate your request. Please note that the published rate and minimum # of hours to book are flexible and it depends on the type of event, days of the week, timings & number of guests. So, it would be best to enquire if you are interested. The venue may have a separate cancellation policy. For further information, please ask the Event Manager.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Wedding venues in Bristol, UK?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $10 to $900

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About Bristol

The city of Bristol is located in England and holds the title of “most popular city of the south-west.”. The medieval castles, the Victorian brick & mortar mansions, and oddly shaped cobblestone winding roads hold magnificent history – while the sun rises and sets horizontally over the periphery of the encapsulated land.

Home to the Avon Gorge River, the city balances itself on either side, joined together by the famous Clifton Suspension bridge, built in 1864. The bridge towers over great heights of the city, creating a depth perception highly invited to be seen by the human eye (or perhaps a widescreen lens!)

Bristol harnesses many old stories of the past while simultaneously creating and entertaining stories of anew. It holds multiple spaces for wedding venues, catering to a variety of aesthetic tastes from the futuristic path to the old-fashioned.

Wedding Venue Options in Bristol

Not only does Bristol hold the keys to the past and the future, but it also contains the very people who will help you unlock the perfect atmosphere for your wedding! From wedding planners and florists to photographers/videographers and catering, let us guide you through the wedding professionals of Bristol!

  • Wedding Planner
    Planning a wedding can be very overwhelming. There are so many checklists, tasks, and aspects that need to formally graduate to, well, the vision you have in your head! Wedding planners take out the hectic energy of planning the wedding yourself and leave you with the excitement of your special day. They are the well-oiled machine behind the whole operation.

  • Florists
    A florist may seem like a small part of the entire wedding, but the amount of time and energy spent on the décor and details can really elevate the atmosphere of your wedding. Florists have a vast understanding of the flowers they are working with, plus the colour palettes you are envisioning. If you are wanting to acquire a certain ambience for your wedding, your chosen florist will have a major impact on that.

  • Photographer / Videographer
    Now that we are very deep into the 21st century most if not all people own a phone with a camera within it. While you can take some very nice pictures and videos on a phone, the quality of hiring a professional photographer/videographer is unmatched. Having one person, or perhaps a team, take professional-quality photos of your wedding, and/or create a wedding video while everyone else gets to enjoy the wedding creates a peaceful crowd while still capturing the special moments of the event. Nothing is missed while a professional with a camera is on the scene.

  • Catering
    Arguably the most important part that happens after the wedding ceremony is the food. If you are planning to have your guests join you for more than a couple of hours, it would be a good idea to have a meal or some cocktail hour snacks catered to keep the celebration going. Bristol is known for having a multicultural array of food choices available throughout the city. There is never a dull moment when on the journey of finding the perfect cuisine to cater your wedding with!

Wedding venue companies in Bristol

  • White Villa Photography and Films
    White Villa is a Bristol-based Photography and Videography company established in early 2003. Over the years, Sam, the pinnacle of the company, has collected a multitude of awards alongside his carefully selected team of 9. Now in 2021, the company has decided to now offer the service of Live Streaming your wedding to guests or loved ones who cannot make the ceremony.

  • Wild and Rustic
    Wild and Rustic is a South West Bristol-based catering company. The owner, Lauren Aspey, founded the company in 2014 and has been catering weddings ever since. She works with multiple local suppliers, and sources only the best organic produce to create her lavish food.

  • Les Fleurs
    Les Fleurs specializes in flowers and has been in the business for 10 years now. The owner, Vanina, has set many high standards for herself, including locally sourced flowers whenever she can, all whilst considering the individualistic needs of each and every bride. She has provided her wide select range of flowers and arrangement types on her website to preview her work for customers.

Pros and Cons of Wedding Venues in Bristol

Every city has its positives and negatives. We’ve created a list of some great benefits, while also letting you know the drawbacks of having a wedding in the city of Bristol.

Advantages

  • Breath-taking Architecture
    Bristol is centuries old, and many of the original buildings are still intact. Bristol has buildings that range from Victorian style, Medieval gothic and even some modernism mixed in to create a very unique environment.

  • Rich in History
    The first settlement in the 11th century was named Brycgstow until it became Bristol between the 13th and 18th centuries. The city sits on (give or take) 1000 years of pure history!

  • Amazing views
    The city of Bristol can be viewed from many different angles. From the Clifton Suspension bridge to Narroways Hill, the cityscape can be viewed from the highest points.

  • Diverse Land
    Just because Bristol is a city, does not mean there is an absence of countryside. The land offers the hustle-and-bustle of the city, magnifying the cityscapes, or you can choose to quiet down on the countryside with mounds of greenery, trees and even some little animal friends!

  • Variety of Food
    Bristol is known for the diverse cuisine it offers. Hosting “Bristol Meets the World” which is a multicultural food festival for the second year now, this city brings together many different types of food in one place.

Disadvantages

  • Unpredictable Weather
    The weather in the UK period is very unpredictable, however, in Bristol, they do see more rainy days than your average city or county in England. If you are planning an outside wedding, chances are there needs to be a Plan B (like tents!)

  • Busy City
    The busy city is not for everyone. If you are a person who prefers the slow and relaxed path, this may not be the perfect environment for you. Bristol is home to almost half a million people!

  • High cost of living
    Bristol is among the top cities in England which endures a high cost of living. The average person would need to make more than $4,351/month in order to survive -- well more than minimum wage.

Famous locations in Bristol

  • Clifton Suspension Bridge
    Hovering the Avon Gorge and connecting Clifton Bristol with Leigh Woods in Somerset, the Clifton Suspension Bridge was originally designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The bridge stands tall as one of the main focuses of the city.

  • Cabot Tower
    Built in 1897, the Cabot Tower was built in memory of John Cabots voyage across the sea to North America a few hundred years ago. People loves climbing the spiral staircase up the tower to amazing high-top views of Bristol Harborside.

  • Banksy Street Art
    Banksy is known worldwide for his controversial and anti-establishment street art. His home town is Bristol, UK, so this is the very place where it all started! You can view numerous pieces of Banksy original street art throughout the city.