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Mar 2019


Things to do this Mothers Day

There’s so much to see and do around Bristol at any time of year, but especially now since the weather is getting brighter and the days are getting longer. With Mother’s Day fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about how to best treat her with some interesting things to do this mothers day! Mother’s Day wouldn’t be the same without some delicious food, but aside from dining on the day, here are some ideas for things to do around Bristol to make a day of it.

Take a boat tour

bristol ferry mothers day

The harbour around Bristol is home to some beautiful sights and scenery and Bristol Ferry Boats offer a wide range of services from hire to hop-on-hop-off. Whether your Mum is visiting you or a born and bred Bristolian, these cruises offer an amazing experience, and something very unexpected to surprise her with this Mothers Day.


Pamper her

lido spa bristol

This is probably already been on your list of potential gifts, but it is definitely something worth considering. Lido Spa in Clifton offers an extensive range of pampering sessions and days out. This is sure to get you in Mum’s good books.


bristol old vic

Bristol is one of the best cities for anything related to the creative arts. There are so many Theatres, big and small, to choose from – it only depends on what you’re looking for! If your Mum is a Theatre fan, or even if she isn’t, this can be a truly original gift. One of our favourite theatres is the Bristol Old Vic – they have shows running most of the year with a variety of Bristol-based companies and international companies performing. Check out their website here for some more information on what’s coming up

Mothers Day with a view

bristol balloon rides

This is a no-brainer! Bristol’s famous balloon rides that fly right over the city will definitely win you some brownie points in Mums book. With the weather clearing up and summer looming, you’d be crazy not to take advantage of it and experience a breath taking view of the city and surrounding areas. Bristol Balloons offer a wide range of travel days, times and routes– but don’t forget to book! They fill up fast.

Bristol Balloons

Go on Safari – right here in Bristol

wild place bristol

You don’t have to be the outdoorsy type to enjoy The Wild Place Project. It’s got something for everyone, and it is a great family day out. This is much more than just a farm or zoo, these guys put a lot of effort into education conservation for endangered species and habitats by campaigning for sustainable wildlife futures. It’s a fun and affordable day out, but also perfect for the eco-conscious soul.

Wild Place Project

Let the day Be-GIN

psychopomp bristol micro distillery

Now this is something completely off the beaten trail in terms of Mother’s Day gifts. Gin is fast becoming one of the most popular beverages these days and the list of potential flavours is endless. Psychopomp Micro distillery in Bristol offers a one of a kind Gin making master class with no experience required. Enjoy a few handcrafted gins while you listen and learn from some of the most knowledgeable people in the business. Give it as a gift or book a class in for you and your mum to enjoy together!

PsychoPomp Micro-Distillery

So there are some great suggestions for things to do this Mother’s day, if you’re quick, you might still be able to book a table at No.4 for mother’s day, if not why not join us for an Easter Sunday Roast!



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  • Mar 25, 2019
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Feb 2019


Alternatives To Valentine’s Day (From across the globe)

Needing an alternative to the norm this year? Trying to think outside of the (heart-shaped) box? We thought we would round up some alternatives to Valentine’s Day, whether you’re lovers, friends, colleagues or rolling solo this V day.


Columbia’s Party with a twist

In Columbia, locals celebrate not only love but friendship as well. September 20th is their “Day of love and friendship” – not just for those in a pair but also friends and singles alike. There are mass dinners and parties where friends come together for some epic partying, a form of ‘secret Santa turns secret admirer’ where colleagues and friends exchange surprise gifts, and clubs restaurants and shops fill with hearts!


China’s Star-crossed lovers

The Chinese celebrate love a little differently too. Known as “Double Seven Day” or “Qixi” this day tells a story of two star-crossed lovers, a farmer and a fairy, who are separated by the Milky Way. There are lots of traditions that go along with this celebration of love but these days they also partake in group activities such as kissing competitions, underwater kissing shows and mass weddings (of course).


The Welsh Love Spoon

Here’s something a bit different! The Welsh celebrate the story of Saint Dwynwen, the patron saint of lovers. While the actual story is… a little depressing, today the locals still celebrate the tradition a little more light heartedly by carving a ‘lovespoon’ to present to their beloved. Best start now, this is probably not a skill you learn overnight!


For the hopeless romantics…

Italy. Possibly the most loved up nation in the world and home to Shakespeare’s famous star-crossed lovers, you need not go farther if you are a bit of a hopeless romantic. Verona in Love is a four-day festival celebrating, well, love. There’s heart shaped lanterns, love-letter competitions and other massive events. So if you and your loved one are all for romance then Italy may be the place for you.


Singletons UNITE!

Jumping over to France now where you’ll find both the celebration of love but also pay homage to those going Valentine’s Day alone. Traditionally, the holiday is marked with an event called “drawing for love” which essentially is like a bad recollection of high school where you get called on last in team selections. However; single girls got their revenge by holding a mass bonfire where they would burn photos of potential partners that may have wronged them. Yeesh!


Love has been a celebration for many centuries, and as this list shows there is no right or wrong way to go about it! All that matters is that you spend it with the person (or people) that you love. Whatever your tradition may be, you can’t go wrong with wine, amazing food and a gorgeous backdrop, so if you’re looking to make some plans for Valentine’s Day, why not book in here at No.4

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  • Feb 06, 2019
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Nov 2018

Our meeting rooms in Bristol

5 Reasons to Hire Our Meeting Rooms in Bristol

Our meeting rooms in Bristol are your best option for your meeting or conference. At No.4 Clifton Village, we are confident that our facilities can provide the most practical arrangement for your personal or business engagements, but in case you’re unsure, here are 5 reasons why our meeting rooms in Bristol are exactly what you need!

1 – Location, Location, Location

As they say in the property market, location is everything, and our meeting rooms in Bristol excel in this department. Everyone, including your clients, knows that Clifton is a prime spot. Surrounded by beautiful period properties, boutique businesses, stunning scenery, and legendary landmarks like the Clifton Suspension Bridge, our meeting rooms in Bristol will never fail to impress. Not only that, but No.4 Clifton Village has some off-road parking, and is easily accessible by all major transport links.

And did we mention, No.4 Clifton Village is an elegant Georgian townhouse?

2 – The Hotel

No.4 Clifton Village, home of our meeting rooms in Bristol, sits on the ground floor of The Rodney Hotel. So if you or your guests have travelled a long way, or fancy seeing the local sights for a couple of days, you can be easily accommodated without even leaving the building.

The Rodney houses 31 unique bedrooms, all are bright and well-appointed and each is equipped for convenience and style. For overnight accommodation, all guests of our meeting rooms in Bristol will be offered discounted rates.

3 – The Restaurant

Our meeting rooms in Bristol adjoin our very own AA Rosette Award-winning restaurant in Bristol. No.4’s kitchen offers a lovingly prepared seasonal menu. We use only the freshest ingredients and our produce is sourced locally so there’s no need to deliberate over dinner plans! Plus for just £6.50 per person, we will provide lunch for your guests at our meeting rooms in Bristol.

What’s more, every booking at our meeting rooms in Bristol receives unlimited tea, coffee, water and cordial. But also, our team will happily arrange refreshments – homemade breakfasts, juices, cookies, brownies, pastries on arrival – and there’s also a fully stocked bar.

4 – Flexible Prices and Seating

Our meeting rooms in Bristol cater to groups and conferences of a great range of sizes. Our two private rooms, each have a versatile and customisable seating plan, you can host an event for anywhere from 2 to 40. Our meeting rooms in Bristol are priced with flexibility in mind – and we charge by the size of the group, not the size of the room, so you don’t have to waste money on unfilled seats.

Head to our our (Meetings and Conferences page) for full details and prices.

5 – The Facilities

Each of our meeting rooms in Bristol is kitted out with all the technology that you will need to host a professional meeting or conference. Projector and screen, HDMI connection for your laptop, unlimited free, wifi, a flip chart and complimentary stationery.

An integrated sound system and video conferencing facilities put our meeting rooms in Bristol at the forefront of modern business technology, and all of it is simple and easy to use. Plus, if you need assistance, our friendly team will be on hand to help.

So don’t hesitate – call our events team now and secure your booking. Our meeting rooms in Bristol are taking reservations for meetings and conferences all year round so make sure you don’t miss out on your chance to host your business meeting or conference in the most attractive and practical of venues.


  • by Cameron Besant
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  • Nov 26, 2018
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