Spaces for hire at Clifton Hill House

from £350
hire fee / per session
Wills Reception Room
70
Situated in the heart of Clifton with easy travel links to the city centre, the Wills Reception Room in Clifton Hill House is a large light and airy room that is suitable for a variety of events, such as meetings, small lectures, dinners or lunches and wedding receptions. With a host of original features the room opens up onto the foyer which can...
from £250
hire fee / per session
Symonds Room
60
The Symonds Room is a beautiful Georgian Room in Clifton Hill House that has a partition dividing it from the Fisher Room. Used on it's own this room can be used for smaller meetings, talks and lunches/dinners or intimate wedding ceremonies. Together with the Fisher Room the space opens to form a large room suitable for lunches or dinners, larger...
from £250
hire fee / per session
Fisher Room
60
The Fisher Room is a beautiful Georgian Room in Clifton Hill House that has a partition dividing it from the Symonds Room. Used on it's own this room can be used for smaller meetings, talks and lunches/dinners or intimate wedding ceremonies. Together with the Symonds Room the space opens to form a large room suitable for lunches or dinners, large...
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from £450
hire fee / per session
The Clifton Suite
50
The Clifton Suite in the Clifton Hill House comprises of 2 light and airy rooms with original fireplaces. Large windows look out over the gardens. The rooms can be used to host small meetings, informal lunches or dinners and small wedding receptions. WiFi is available throughout Clifton Hill House. Plasma screen included and other Audio-visual eq...
from £400
hire fee / per day
The Drawing Room
70
The Symonds and Fisher Room can be combined to form a large room suitable for lunches or dinners, larger meetings and wedding ceremonies. With a wealth of period features and large windows overlooking a beautiful garden, you could forget that you are in the heart of a busy city. Access to the garden can be arranged for you and your guests if you ...

Prices and opening hours

Monday
8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
8:00 – 23:00
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8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
8:00 – 23:00
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Tuesday
8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
8:00 – 23:00
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8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
8:00 – 23:00
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8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
9:00 – 23:00
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Wednesday
8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
8:00 – 23:00
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8:00 – 23:00
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8:00 – 23:00
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Thursday
8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
8:00 – 23:00
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9:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
Friday
8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
8:00 – 23:00
from £40 per person
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Saturday
8:00 – 23:00
from £250–£500 hire fee
8:00 – 23:00
from £350–£400 hire fee
8:00 – 23:00
from £250–£300 hire fee
8:00 – 23:00
from £250–£300 hire fee
8:00 – 23:00
from £450–£500 hire fee
9:00 – 23:00
from £400 hire fee
Sunday
8:00 – 23:00
from £250–£500 hire fee
8:00 – 23:00
from £350–£400 hire fee
8:00 – 23:00
from £250–£300 hire fee
8:00 – 23:00
from £250–£300 hire fee
8:00 – 23:00
from £450–£500 hire fee
9:00 – 23:00
from £400 hire fee

Facilities and catering options

Up to 70
seats
Up to 0
standing
Accommodation available
In-house catering
External catering allowed
Parking available
Promoted / ticketed events
Alcohol provided
BYO alcohol

Location

Lower Clifton Hill, Bristol, BS8 1BX

About Clifton Hill House

Clifton Hill House is situated in the heart of Clifton and was commissioned in 1747 by the Bristol Merchant and shipowner, Pail Fisher. In the 19th century, the Victorian critic and writer John Addington Symonds lived here until 1881. In 1909 the University bought the house and it became the first Hall of Residence for female students.

The extremely attractive 18th-century gardens still retain much of their original charm and a character with some rare tulip trees still blooming.
It is now used for functions and meetings all year round and boasts elegant Georgian reception rooms, a print gallery and foyer.

Overnight accommodation can also be offered during the summer vacation.