Bristol –
in the mix


A central location, with access to a vibrant and diverse amenity offering and impressive transport connections.

The development’s position means it is within a 5 minute walk of Temple Meads station and an equal distance to the prime retail and leisure facilities of Cabot Circus.

A short walk away enjoy an early morning coffee at Friska, or for the more energetic a workout at Stark’s Fitness. Walk across the river to Temple Quay Market and sample the lunchtime delights of Murray May’s – then onto Left Handed Giant Brewpub in the early evening...

Occupiers
Amenities

Amenities – Directory

Friska
“A place for breakfast,
lunch and coffee which makes
you feel great.”
Speciality coffee directly sourced
YURT from farms they trust – expertly
made by their passionate baristas.
Glass Wharf
Temple Quay
Bristol BS2 0DW
0117 955 5685 friskafood.com
Yurt
Lush
A café and bar in a mongolian yurt,
yurt lush brings a calming festival feel
to Bristol’s bustling city centre.
Clock Tower Yard
Temple Meads
Bristol BS1 6QH
07582 048 090 yurtlush.co.uk
Stark’s
Fitness
New boutique membership based gym,
situated by Temple Meads, focusing on
small group personal training
sessions and varied fitness classes.
Personal trainers available on request
and Fitness bar on-site.
Unit 1, 2 Glass Wharf
Temple Quay
Bristol BS2 0EL
0117 325 8086 starksfitness.co.uk
Harvey
Nichols
Harvey Nichols offers the ultimate
fashion experience. Offering customers
the must-have edit for all their
wardrobe needs – from everyday
to extraordinary.
27 Philadelphia Street
Quakers Friars
Bristol BS1 3BZ
0117 916 8888 harveynichols.com
Bridge
Inn
The small pub in the heart of the city!
This friendly pub is a good place to
start a visit to Bristol. Over 30 malt
whiskies are available, together with
selected Belgian bottled beers and
all the usual suspects.
16 Passage Street
Bristol BS2 0JF
0117 929 0942 bridgeinnbristol.co.uk
Veeno
Italian wine bar set in the
heart of the bustling Temple Quay area
with views over the River Avon.
Offering wine tasting experiences
and authentic Italian menu.
1 Glass Wharf
Temple Quay
Bristol BS2 0EL
0117 941 4181 theveenocompany.com
Left
Handed
Giant
Left Handed Giant are an independent
Bristol based brewing company,
with a brewpub in the heart of the city.
Serving wood-fired vegetarian and
vegan pizza from Mission Pizza.
Hawkins Lane
Finzels Reach
Bristol BS1 6EU
lhgbrewpub.com
St
Nicholas
Market
A place to shop, eat and enjoy.
A maze of quirky stalls, street food
and historic architecture set in the
heart of the old city – and what’s
more it’s been trading since 1743.
The Corn Exchange
Corn Street
Bristol BS1 1JQ
0117 922 4014 bristol.gov.uk/web/st-nicholas-markets
Hart’s
Bakery
Artisan bakery working out
of a large Victorian railway arch
at Temple Meads station in Bristol.
Specialising in sourdough, handmade
pastries, seasonal cakes and savouries.
Arch 35, Lower Approach Road
Temple Meads
Bristol BS1 6QS
0117 992 4488 hartsbakery.co.uk
Castle
Park
Tranquil green, open space in the
heart of the city.
Broad Weir
Bristol BS1 3XB
bristol.gov.uk/museums-parks-sports-culture/castle-park
Cabot
Circus
One of the South West’s most
popular shopping and leisure destinations –
with over 130 shops and restaurants
including Harvey Nichols, House of Fraser,
Zara and Cinema de Lux – and flavours from around the world to delight your taste buds.
25 Glass House Lane, Penn Street
Broadmead
Bristol BS1 3BX
0117 9529 361 cabotcircus.com
Murray
May’s
Turkish mangal grill, serving from a
converted 1987 Mercedes ex-ambulance.
Inspired by the many different cuisines
of the Middle East – perfect street food!
murraymays.co.uk

Connections

Connections

All travel times from Bristol Temple Mead Station.