Rohan Shop Bristol

Rohan Bristol

Welcome to Rohan Bristol from Manager Rebecca Grzybowska, Ben Deputy Manager, George, Andy and Emma.

Shop Phone Number: 0117 9304615

Shop Opening Times:

Monday 09:30-18:00
Tuesday 09:30-18:00
Wednesday 09:30-14:00
Thursday 09:00-18:00
Friday 09:30-18:00
Saturday 09:30-18:00
Sunday 11:00-16:00

Shop Address: 72 Queen’s Rd, Bristol, City of Bristol BS8 1QU

The first Rohan shop in Bristol was on Welsh Back and closed in 1995. The shop in it’s present location opened in 2004. We all have a wealth of travel experience and are always happy to advise and share our thoughts

Directions to our shop - We are 5 a five minute walk from the town centre, between the top of Park Street and the bottom of Whiteladies Road, approx. 200m from the Wills Memorial Building and the City Museum and opposite Waitrose Clifton.

Parking - The closest car park is the NPC West End and there is also convenient on-street metered parking on Berkley Square and directly behind the store on Elmdale Road.

Staff Recommendations – Waitrose opposite the store does an excellent selection of hot and cold food & drinks to take away. There is a Costa coffee shop next door and a number of independent coffee shops which also do eat-in and take-away, all within a few minutes walk. Wagamama restaurant is a popular choice for lunch and dinner and is just over the road. If you fancy a boozy lunch Browns restaurant is located next to the City Museum just 5 minutes down the road. Other popular choices for sit down meals in the vicinity are Pizza Express, Ask and Bar Ha Ha.

Local Knowledge – Bristol is packed with great things to do and places to visit. The Clifton Suspension Bridge is just up the road and worth a visit for the view down the stunning Avon Gorge. Bristol Zoo is a fantastic place to spend an afternoon and the majestic SS Great Britain is not to be missed. The City Museum is close to the store and free, boasting an impressive collection of art as well as dinosaurs, animals and historical exhibits, including ancient Egyptian and Roman displays. In the evening a stroll along the waterfront is recommended where you will find restaurants, galleries and the excellent independent cinema, the Watershed. After dinner there is plenty going on to entertain young and old, including catching a show at the Hippodrome or a concert at the newly refurbished Colston Hall. Bristol boasts dozens of brilliant pubs and eateries, notably micro brewery and pizzeria Zero Degrees just down the road from the Rohan store and plenty of gastro pubs in Clifton Village.

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