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Mar 2018

50% Off mains this Easter


Available Monday 26th March – Friday 6th April
*Offer not available Easter Sunday*

Dine at No.4 Clifton Village this Easter and enjoy 50% off main courses when you order a starter or dessert.

Come and try our Easter menu during the Easter break, expertly prepared by our Head Chef Nick Farrant, the menu launches on Monday 26th March. We have strictly limited this offer to 40 diners per day and the offer is not available on Easter Sunday.

View Our Easter À La Carte Menu



Easter Sunday Roast At No.4

Enjoy a family day out this Easter Sunday, we have an Easter egg hunt in the garden for the little one’s, accompanied by a traditional Sunday Roast.

2 courses for £18 – 3 courses for £22


View Our Easter Sunday Roast Menu

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  • by Cameron Besant
  • Mar 01, 2018
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Dec 2017


Our favourite wedding photos from No.4

As 2017 draws to a close, we wanted to look back and reflect on some of our favourite wedding photos taken at No.4 Clifton Village. It must be said that it has been a privilege to host every wedding we’ve had here at No.4 and we’ve certainly had a great time watching these special days unfold! There have been so many fantastic photos over the years, but we’ve whittled them down to our top five. One of these five lovely couples will win a bottle of our Premium Champagne, if you would like to vote, use the form at the bottom of this post

Sam and Dan’s Wedding:


Sam and Dan’s Summer Wedding was certainly a fun-filled occasion. We adored their unique idea of a vintage-inspired wedding; think popping colours, a pastel pink VW Campervan, lollipop accessories and a stunning delicate lace dress! We were especially privileged for this brilliant couple to share their first dance in our Admiral Room, captured in this shot by BoyCalledBen Photography. A truly intimate moment full of smiles!


Saffa and Robby’s Wedding:


Braving the Bristolian weather, Saffa and Robby did not let the rain spoil their wedding day. We particularly love this shot taken by Bristol Contemporary Photography, of the endearing couple with their matching umbrellas. The combination of the pair set against the beautiful backdrop of the Clifton Suspension Bridge (just a stone’s throw from No.4!) makes this photo one of our all- time favourites.

Liz and Joel’s Wedding:


Liz and Joel’s wedding was a beautiful service, comprised of a small group of their closest friends and family. For the most part, this fantastic day was spent in our secret walled garden, enjoying food, bubbly and games in the sunshine. However, we absolutely love this ceremonial shot in our Admiral Room where Martin Pemberton captures the emotional ‘giving away’ of the bride, before the lovely pair became newlyweds!

Zoe and James’ Wedding:


Celebrating just after Valentine’s Day, Zoe and James had a gorgeous wintery wedding. We particularly love this snap of the couple taken by Evoke Photography, outside our venue. A peaceful image capturing the couple sharing a moment together away from the business of partying! This magical setting of fairy lights and the night sky, makes for a very romantic scene!

Sue and Jim’s Wedding:


Sue and Jim’s big day at No.4 was a very special day, shared amongst a large group of family and friends. We love this adorable shot taken by West 70 Photography, as the happy pair share a moment of laughter together. If this photograph does not say ‘soul mate’ we don’t know what does!

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Check the box next to your favourite wedding photo, add your details & submit your entry. We only require your email address to restrict duplicate entries
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  • by Cameron Besant
  • Dec 04, 2017
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Nov 2017

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First Speakers Announced For HowTheLightGetsIn Festival 2018

Each year some of our team at No.4 relocate to Hay-On-Wye to cater for HowTheLightGetsIn, the world’s largest philosophy and music festival. Here’s a special announcement the team about next year’s festival..

With the hugely successful Earlybird ticket launch last month, the build up to the Institute of Art and Ideas’ annual philosophy festival HowTheLightGetsIn is well underway.

Alongside the launch of Earlybird tickets, HowTheLightGetsIn have announced their first speakers for the 2018 festival. Next year festival-goers will hear from best-selling physicist Lawrence Krauss, renowned political theorist Noam Chomsky, former Government Drugs Adviser David Nutt, Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott, former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, director of Zizek’s A Pervert’s Guide to Ideology Sophie Fiennes and journalists Polly Toynbee, Gideon Rachman and Matthew d’Ancona.

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Alongside a full debate programme, HowTheLightGetsIn 2018 will have over 400 events, 500 artists and performers, and 12 stages. Running over the Bank Holiday weekend from 25th-28th May, in the idyllic town of Hay-On-Wye, there will be twice and many debates and bands to see at any one time.


With their music line up expected within the month, and Earlybird rates available for a limited time, book your place at HowTheLightGetsIn 2018 while you can.

A taste of HowTheLightGetsIn 2016



  • by Cameron Besant
  • Nov 17, 2017
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