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The Square Club
Situated in the picturesque and trendy Georgian district of Clifton, just a brisk stroll from Bristol’s dynamic city centre, award-winning restaurant The Square presents a stylish and sophisticated setting for unique wedding ceremonies and receptions.
Grand portico, Kings Weston House, Bristol
This grand entrance was once preluded by a lead statue of Hercules now inthe grounds of Goldney House in Bristol. An image of this is elsewhere in my album. The ballsy heroic figure of the demi-god fits in with the macho bulky baroque of this elevtion.
Top things to do and see in Bristol | Go Eat Do
Bristol was the European Green Capital of 2015 and a gateway to exploring the attractions of south-west England. Once the country’s second city, legacies of Bristol’s maritime heritage mean lots to explore along the Harbourside waterfront.
The layout of the Georgian House | The Georgian House | Learning Journeys | Bristol and Transatlantic Slavery | PortCities Bristol
Georgian House, Bristol. There are six floors. Attic rooms where servants slept are hidden by the parapet. Below is the fifth floor, where the family slept. The fourth floor has a drawing room, library and ladies withdrawing room. The third floor is at ground level and there is an entrance hall, a powder room (for powdering wigs), dining and breakfast rooms and a study. Below is a basement kitchen, laundry and housekeeper's room. Sub basement houses a furnace, cistern and rainwater tank.
The Georgian House Museum, Bristol
Keeping on with my Georgian Bristol theme, while we were in Bristol we paid a visit to the Council owned Georgian House Museum on Great George Street. It’s a fairly substantial house that was origi…