Clifton Hill House

Lower Clifton Hill, Clifton, Bristol BS8 1BX

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.

Clifton Hill House room setups
RoomTheatre styleBoardroomU-shapeClassroomWireless available
Wills Reception Room 70 30 50 40 Yes
Symmonds Music Room 40 20 30 20 Yes
Fisher Drawing Room 40 20 30 20 Yes
JCR 150 40 60 60 Yes
Available dining options at Clifton Hill House
Dining styleCapacity
Buffet / Dinner in Dining Room 180
Buffet / Dinner in Function Suite 70
Accommodation at Clifton Hill House (available summertime)
Accommodation typeCapacity
Single 180
Double -
Twin -
En-suite -
Self-catering flat -

Looking to put on an event in Bristol?

Call the Conference Office team on

+44 (0)117 954 5501

or email us at conference-office@bristol.ac.uk



Music Room and Drawing Room


Reception Room


Kitchen in accommodation block


Bedroom