Redcliffe Parade is located a short stroll from the centre of Bristol and all the facilities and amenities the city has to offer. From the atmospheric Harbourside with its bustling bars and eateries; Bristol Shopping Quarter including Cabot Circus and Broadmead; to the city’s leading business quarter at Temple Quay.

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When visiting Redcliffe Parade please use the Redcliffe Parade car park BS1 6SW

Food & Drink

With Bristol’s growing reputation for exciting cuisine and local produce, the city and its surrounds has plenty to offer foodies. The city is home to Michelin Star cuisine at Casamia and Wilks, with The Pony and Trap just a short drive away. Bristol has a thriving restaurant scene to cater for all tastes, with an abundance of gastro pubs serving great quality food and drink from local producers.

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Redcliffe Parade is situated in an unparalleled location close to an abundance of excellent transport links. Temple Meads Railway Station is a short stroll away with direct links to Cardiff, Manchester, Bath, London Paddington and more. Electrification of the Great Western line will soon see journey times to London from Bristol decrease to a mere 80 minutes. Temple Meads is also served by a number of fast and convenient bus services.

Bristol Airport is just a twenty-minute journey from the city centre meaning that international travel is quick and simple.

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Leisure & Attractions

Voted by The Sunday Times as the best place to live in Britain, Bristol has been heralded for its eclectic blend of bustling culture, its spirited social scene and its wealth of attractions.

Its rich heritage is reflected in its architecture as well as its beautiful parks and open spaces there for all to enjoy.

Synonymous with art and creativity, Bristol has a striking cultural identity. From the Bristol Theatre Royal, the longest continuously running theatre in the UK, to iconic street artist Banksy, whose work can be seen dotted around the city.

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Education & Innovation

As the largest city in the West of England, Bristol is a centre for culture, research, innovation and education. The city is home to a number of excellent primary and secondary schools as well as post-16 education, many within a short reach of Redcliffe Parade.

The historic Bristol University is one of the country’s leading Russell Group universities and draws in an eclectic mix of talented students. Together with the University of the West England (UWE), Bristol welcomes around 50,000 students every year who add to the city’s vibrancy and diversity.

This high calibre of education contributes to Bristol’s diverse economy, to its strength in the financial and TMT and creative industries, and its international status as a centre of excellence in engineering and science.

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