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Bristol Events – Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Monday, January 14th, 2013

The world-renowned touring exhibition from the Natural History Museum returns to Bristol Museum & Art Gallery. The stunning, thought-provoking images provide an insight into the beauty and variety of nature and shine a spotlight on the rarely seen wonders of the natural world around us.

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is an international showcase for the very best nature photography. The competition is owned by two UK institutions – the Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide.

Each year, tens of thousands of entries are received and judged by an international jury of photography experts. The Winners and Runners up for the 2012 competition will be announced by the Natural History Museum in October 2012 and will be on display at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery from 24 November.

Admission Free. Recommended donation £2.

So if you are looking for something to do this weekend, or perhaps an idea for a city break over Easter holidays, come and stay with Clifton House, and enjoy the delights of Bristol’s night life right on your doorstep.

Happy New Year!

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Clifton House is now up and running again and ready for the New Year!

 

Looking forward to the next holiday already?

Call and book now for Easter to avoid dissapointment!

 

The Clifton House Team.

Looking for meeting venues?

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012

Did you know …?

Clifton House offers meeting venue space.

 

We can provide you with a bright spacious meeting rooms, able to fit up to 18 people, complete with our free wifi and catering upon request.

 

Our location is right in the heart of Clifton and is easily accessible via public transport.

 

Contact us on 0117 9735407 for more infomation.

 

The History of Clifton House

Thursday, August 5th, 2010

Clifton House was originally built in 1896 by the Tyndall family, after whom the area ofTyndall’s Park is named. The Tyndall family take their name from Tyndale, or the valley of the Tyne, in Northumberland, from where they originated. Tyndalls Park was originally just that, a large park, but most of it was sold off for development and much of it is now owned by the University of Bristol. Royal Fort and the beautifully landscaped garden surrounding it is the last part of the park that remains and, in the centre of Bristol University, it is still open to the public and is only a short walk from Clifton House, providing a beautiful place to relax.

The Clifton House Guesthouse, formerly a Victorian gentleman’s residence, was previously called Tyndall’s Park Hotel and was renamed in 2010 as part of the major refurbishment that took place when the adjacent building was purchased and the two buildings knocked together to make one large property. Every effort has been taken to retain the period features of the building and the stylish, modern, but sensitive refurbishment compliments the classic style of the building. Being a bed and breakfast there is no late night bar to keep you awake and with the leafy, spacious surroundings Clifton House is a very relaxing place to stay.

Free Parking at Clifton House

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

Clifton House is one of the few places to stay in Bristol which can offer you guaranteed on-site parking.

Parking is at a premium in Bristol, as with all city centre hotels, so we are delighted to be able to offer our guests free parking.

Clifton House Free WiFi

Friday, July 9th, 2010

Clifton House is fitted out with free wireless Internet, with boosters around the building to ensure that all the rooms get reception.

 

Surf the Internet at breakfast and then go back to your suite and maintain your connection along the way. Many places offer Internet services, but they tend to be limited to certain areas.

 

This is a comprehensive free Wi-Fi service that encompasses the whole building. This is great for business trips, to pick up emails or for family holidays to keep the kids entertained!

 

It’s also really handy for checking out the many tourist attractions and events in the city as well as restaurants, cafes, theatres and cinemas.