Features: Your Bristol Favourites: pub gardens

Bristol24/7, July 10, 2017

This month, Bristol24/7 readers have been coming up with their favourite pub gardens in Bristol. Here are 10 of the best.

The Avon Packet
185-185 Coronation Road, BS3 1RF
“A lush garden barely anyone knows about!” Shonette Laffy

Hope & Anchor
38 Jacob’s Wells Road, BS8 1DR
“A cracking beer garden – it’s a lovely little sun trap which gets the sun pretty much all day and feels very tranquil – not like you are in the centre of Bristol.” James Carden

Wild Beer
Wapping Wharf, Units 6-8 Gaol Ferry Steps, BS1 6WE
“It’s not really a garden but you can’t beat a deckchair seat at Wild Beer!” OneMoreMouthful via Twitter

The Victoria Park
66 Raymend Road, BS3 4QW
“A hidden gem of a pub.” IH_Bristol via Twitter

The Channings Hotel
20 Pembroke Road, BS8 3BB
“It’s got a bustling, busy vibe from Pembroke Road, offset by some decent trees and greenery, plus sun most of the day (when its sunny!)” TomEatsBristol via Twitter

Beese’s Riverside Bar
Wyndham Crescent, BS4 4SX
“I’d say it’s got to be Beese’s for me, for the sunshine, beer and the riverside. Cheers!” Matty Lewis‏

The Farm
4 Watercress Road, BS2 9YL
“It’s a nice summer’s evening walk to and from, and a great sun trap.” Caragh Jones

Spotted Cow
139 North Street, BS3 1FJ
“The outdoor area is nice and big with lots of seating, and looks lovely even after the sun fades. It is particularly good during Upfest and when they have BBQs!” Li Marley

The Ostrich
Lower Guinea Street, BS1 6TJ
“In one of the nicest locations on the harbour, and big enough so that you can usually get a table, even on the busiest of summer’s days.” Catherine Simmonds

The Knowle 
Leighton Rd, Bristol BS4 2LL
A lovely secret garden out back that’s an absolute winner if you’re into fairy lights.” Leah Jackson


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