For a slightly eccentric view of Bristol’s well-heeled past, Goldney Hall in the heart of Clifton is an inspiring location for functions and banquets.
The sunny Orangery (seats 110) and the panelled Mahogany Parlour (seats 40) overlook ten acres of unusual gardens, which offer visitors features like a shell studded grotto, a rotunda and an ornamental canal.
Goldney Hall was built by Thomas Goldney in 1714 and has inspired generation after generation ever since, so is easy to see why Goldney House is always popular as a function and banqueting venue.
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