Our beautiful grade II Edwardian venue offers all the character and grace you imagine from this age. The scene is set from the moment you enter the building. Our grand panelled lobby is also home to an Elizabethan fireplace and original Edwardian sweeping staircase, whilst our oak panelled Elton Room houses another Jacobean fireplace. With high ceilings and generous rooms you get a feeling of space and character that enhances any event.
Conveniently centrally situated, the venue is easily reached by nearby air, road, rail and local public transport links. Armada House, Bristol is also an ideal venue for functions, wedding receptions and parties and is also a great location for film and television productions.
With its Edwardian elegance Armada House oozes character from every pore. The scene is set from the moment you enter the building. The grand panelled lobby is home to one of two Jacobean fireplaces and an original sweeping staircase.Download Brochure
Armada House is pleased to offer exclusive use of our grade two listed Edwardian building as the perfect venue for your wedding reception, ceremony, celebration and party. We create unique and highly individual weddings to suit you, rather than the restraints of a 'wedding package'. This also gives us the flexibility to work to your budget and with your ideas. We can adapt to suit your requirements, from a small intimate wedding for family and a few friends, or a lavish party.View Gallery
The painting above 'Bristol harbour with St Mary Recliffe' was composed and painted by Joseph Walter in c.1855. It can be veiwed in the Merchants Hall at the Society of Merchant Venturer's. Fry's Choolate! The first chocolate bar in the world was created in Bristol by Joseph Fry around the year 1720. The company still...