Hambledons properties are in the best locations

Clifton

Home to many of Bristol’s finest restaurants, eclectic cafés and bars, Clifton’s reputation for leisure and retail therapy is legendary. In Clifton village, fashionable boutiques rub shoulders with renowned delicatessens; and exclusive antique shops sit side by side with art galleries. Even the practical day to day necessities are catered for with local supermarkets, newsagents and fine wine merchants.

Set amid a glorious collection of Georgian terraces and squares, Clifton basks in the glory of Brunel’s masterpiece of engineering, the Clifton Suspension Bridge. It also has the enviable advantage of being a central location bordered by the Downs, a wonderful 400 acre park.


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Just a short stroll across the Suspension Bridge lies Leigh Woods, a further 850 acres of public woodlands, offering marvellous walks, whatever the season, combined with breathtaking views across the dramatic Avon Gorge.

Harbourside

At Harbourside, the outlook on life is totally uplifting. With smart office buildings, a hotel, restaurants, shops and bars intermingled with boldly conceived apartments and penthouses, all sharing views of Bristol’s famous landmarks, a beautifully balanced lifestyle is an enticing prospect.

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No need to call a cab. Everything you could want to live today’s busy lifestyles to the maximum you’ll find at Harbourside. Eat, drink and be merry? Costa Coffee, Caffe Gusto, Jacks Brasserie, Las Iguanas and Bordeaux Quay, to name a few, have your table waiting. Love culture? Visit the Arnolfini Gallery or the Watershed, the city’s beautiful 10th century cathedral or pop across the river to Brunel’s SS Great Britain; there’s even a ferry to take you there.

Useful Links

Here are some local websites that you might like to visit to help plan your stay in Bristol.

Destination Bristol

This is Bristol

BBC Bristol

BBC Bristol Weather