Bristol has a selection of nine Wetherspoon’s to choose from with most found near the city centre and the east of the city. And they have been praised quite highly by customers on Google reviews, with ratings ranging between 4 and 3.8 stars.
Based on Google Reviews, this is how our local pubs ranked and some background on the buildings they are based in.
1. Kingswood Colliers, Regent Street, Kingswood - 3.8/5
The pub's name recalls the great number of underground workmen who once made Kingswood famous. It also has a lovely rear garden that is perfect to enjoy your meal or drink on a sunny day.
2. Robert Fitzharding, Cannon Street - 3.9/5
Found in Cannon Street, the building is named after the king’s official representative in Bristol and founder of the Abbey of St Augustine (now known as the Chapter House of Bristol Cathedral). Customers praise the quick and friendly customer service.
3. Jolly Sailor, High Street, Hanham - 3.9/5
This pub has centuries of history. It was originally a George’s Brewery pub owned by Philip George and six other merchants in 1788. The building follows the line of Aqua Sulis, a Road to Bath which was built in the first century. Reviews complimented the staff and the quality of the food.
4. V Shed, Canons Road - 3.9/5
Found at the Waterfront, the building was built around the 1900s and served as a transit shed. The views overlooking the harbourside and the fast food service are given high praise by customers.