Pubs in Bristol
Home to sun-drenched terraces, cosy lounges and stoked wood fires, this city's boozers are the ultimate playground for folk of all ages. Along with quirky watering holes, the West Country capital also knows how to knock out some traditional punter palaces steeped in historical charm and that all-important gastro grub. Dig in and enjoy our pick of the best pubs in Bristol.
Sitting just outside of Bristol, The White Hart is a warm, homely watering hole in Gloucestershire. Retaining many of its original 17th century features, the haunt is ideal for curling up with a real ale by a log fire or taking a stroll through the pub's idyllic orchard.
Located only a short walk from Keynsham station, The Lock Keeper is well worth going the extra mile for. With stunning waterside views, delicious Sunday roasts and even its own petanque pitch, this Bristol pub is a breath of fresh air any time of the year.
When it comes to watering holes in the city, Gloucester Road Ale House is a firm choice. Not only does this drinking den have plenty of space to catch all the sporting action, but it's also home to tasty grub. After a bargain? Opt for pizza and a pint for £10.
Looking for pubs to visit in Bristol? The Albion is charming locals and tourists alike with its enchanting countryside-style interiors and welcoming atmosphere. Along with classic nosh and a great back bar, the joint also has a spacious outdoor terrace for summertime drinks.