A grade II listed Edwardian building designed by architect Henry Williams famed for his Bristol masterpiece the Edward Everard’s building in Broad Street. Williams designed Armada House for the Bristol Water Company. It became a conference and events venue in 1998, but has retained much of its Edwardian character, whilst providing a range of flexible meeting rooms, training rooms, conference spaces and interview rooms that can accommodate from one-to-ones to 200 delegates.
Our unique Bristol venue is spacious, comfortable, and inspiring. We are able to offer high-speed Wifi throughout the building and a range of audio visual equipment including, screens, lcd projectors, conference phones, flipcharts, whiteboards, PA Systems, conference microphone systems, and large flat screen TV’s.
Catering is supplied by our in-house chefs, using quality fresh ingredients from local suppliers. You can choose from a range of menus offering, working lunches, pot lunches, cold & hot fork buffets and three course banquets. Click here to have a glance at our sample menus.
We have an electric wheelchair lift installed in our front lobby which will accommodate most manual wheelchairs and small eclectic chairs, however it advisable to contact us with the specification of your chair before your visit. The accessible toilets are situated on the ground floor. The upper floors are accessed via a DDA-compliant 8-passenger lift.
Armada House endeavours to make our facilities accessible to all, whilst working within the constraints of a grade two listed building.
With a friendly and experienced conference office team we will be pleased to assist with your booking. Call 0117 915 2600 or simply fill out our contact form and we will be happy to give you our availability and prices.
Telephone Avenue, Bristol
Tel: 0117 915 2600