The Red Lodge

Park Row, Bristol BS1 5IJ
0117 921 1360

An Elizabethan lodge, hidden amidst the bustle of modern Bristol. Completed in about 1590, the Red Lodge originally a Tudor lodge and was home to a succession of local families and, more recently, the first girls' reformatory in this country.

Now furnished as a family home, the panelling in the Great Oak Room is magnificent, and the smaller bedroom next door is a place in which to ponder past lives. A carefully restored know garden offers tranquility, a place to sit and wonder.

Open Apr-Oct, Sat-Wed, 10am-5pm.

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