Welcome to Clifton
Clifton has effortlessly built up a fantastic reputation for being the place to live in Bristol, and for good reason.
This affluent area to the west of Bristol city centre attracts professionals of all ages, both for renting and buying properties. The area is home to a vibrant nightlife and has some fantastic bars and fine dining. Downsizers also love Clifton for its ease of living, bohemian lifestyle, cafes, restaurants and shops all on their doorstep.
The properties here ooze quality with their elegant rooms, parking areas and manageable outside spaces. The accommodation is mainly presented in either mews houses or impressively substantial flats of one or two bedrooms in Clifton itself, or smaller two-bed houses in nearby Cliftonwood or Hotwells.
Clifton is packed with plenty of things to do and see, historical and otherwise. The Clifton Suspension Bridge, designed by Brunel, is a big draw for many visitors, with its innovative technology and camera obscura offering a stunning panoramic view of the surrounding areas. Clifton is also ideally close to Bristol Zoo, perfect for keeping the little ones entertained.
Clifton sits by the Durdham Downs with 400 acres of lush green lands, making it the ultimate space for a day out.
Those who prefer to relax indoors can visit the Lido, which has a great reputation for its swimming, spa treatments and fabulous restaurant. Clifton also has all the usual amenities for its residents, as well as an independent cinema for movie nights.
There is also a smaller local train station situated on Whiteladies Road, with frequent trains running to Temple Meads and on to London and Cardiff.
The shops here are superb; not only is Clifton convenient for Park St, with its trendy boutiques and high-street clothing stores, but Clifton Village also offers a range of fabulous independent shops, selling unique and upmarket goods ranging from furniture to hand-crafted jewellery.
The area is steeped in a long history and there is mention of Clifton in The Domesday Book. Over the centuries it has built up a magnificent collection of streets and squares all filled with exquisite architecture; these include Royal York Crescent and Berkeley Square.