Bristol’s events industry is thriving! Besides being home to a large number of residential venues, the city has a wide and exciting variety of unique venues offering bespoke packages for meetings and events. Here are some suggestions including few of our hidden gems.

The Radnor Rooms

A building once known as The Radnor Hotel, was infamous for its accepting and thriving gay community as the premises operated as a pub with rooms, possibly as far back as the 1920’s. Having fallen into disrepair in more recent times, this Grade 2 listed building has been restored and adapted for modern day use by the Wolf family who see it as a mecca for creatives and business people.

The venue is located on St Nicholas Street, just a 10 minute walk from Bristol Temple Meads train station. Situated on the top floor of the building the Radnor Rooms offers a private welcome area, an open, light versatile room seating up to 70 guests and a private roof terrace with its own bar.  This venue is perfect for summer parties with bbq’s, exhibitions, meetings and social events.

(The Radnor Rooms)

Aldwick Estate

Aldwick estate is a stunning multi use venue located 30 minutes from Bristol’s city centre. Home to its very own vineyard, tasting experiences can be incorporated into your event. Two spacious barns with integrated technology throughout, are available for private hire for meetings and events.  ACF Team Building are also based onsite and provide bespoke solutions for team building and fun activity days.

Make Venues Engineers' House

Set in the heart of Clifton, Engineers House is a Grade-II listed building, overlooking several miles of parkland. It has 21 flexible events spaces with the largest room seating up to 170 theatre style. There is ample parking and a bus stop directly outside the venue that serves the town centre and the Bristol Temple Meads.

(Engineers House)

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Aldwick Estate conferencing

Flexible space in the Somerset countryside, perfect for conferences, product launches, exhibitions and trade fairs. Also offering vineyard tours/wine sampling & teambuilding activities. Good transportation links to Bristol and beyond.

Make Venues Engineers’ House
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Make Venues Engineers’ House Exterior

This Grade II-listed building, occupies a prime site in Bristol’s most prestigious suburb.