Clifton Hill House
Clifton Hill House was built around 1747 as a Palladian inspiration for Bristol merchant and ship owner, Paul Fisher. This fine house was once the home of Victorian writer John Addington Symonds.
It is now used for functions and meetings all year round and boasts elegant Georgian reception rooms, a print gallery and foyer. Catering is available on site for up to 180 guests for either a buffet or formal meal in the dining room and up to 70 guests for either a buffet or formal meal in the function suite. Accommodation is also available during the summer for up to 180 guests in standard single rooms.
With such a variety of venues, it's always best to contact us direct for the best price for your event.
We offer a catering service for conferences or events organised by the Conference Office, designed to meet the needs of external and internal clients. Visit our catering page for full details of what's on offer and prices.