Carriages Restaurant Near Bristol
Our welcoming staff will ensure your time at Carriages is both relaxing and enjoyable. As part of Alveston House Hotel, the restaurant prides itself on providing beautifully designed food, full of flavour, which helps make us a great place to dine with friends, family and business colleagues. We also specialise in catering for events such as birthdays, anniversaries and funerals.
Carriages is delighted to have been awarded an AA Rosette for five years running.
Please telephone Lisa or Carole today to reserve your table 01454 415 050
Our tasty, high quality menus provide both choice and value for money. Head Chef Ben Halliday uses only the best local produce sourced from trusted suppliers, and is happy to accommodate special requests and dietary requirements. Learn more about Ben.
Gluten intolerance is sadly on the increase. Our approach to providing tasty, quality gluten free meals has earned us an enviable reputation amongst our diners from the Bristol area. This is just one of the many wonderful reviews that specifically praise our ability to cope with any dietary requirements.
Trip Advisor Review – July 2014
Relax in the lounge or conservatory with drinks and canapes, treat your business clients to a lunch date in the highest AA rated three star hotel in the Bristol area, or enjoy afternoon tea by our warm fire in winter – or in our beautiful walled gardens during the summer. Our Residents Bar Menu is available should you require something a little more traditional. We also have an extensive Room Service Menu available.
Please note our A la Carte and Conservatory menus are not available during Sunday lunch. Click here to view an example Sunday Lunch Menu.
Book online or for more information call +44 (0) 1454 415 050
“Just a note to say a huge thank you for the fantastic night on Saturday. Your attention to detail and friendly efficient staff made the evening run so smoothly and many guests remarked on it. I am very grateful for everything and the food was fantastic. Thank you!”
Margaret Burke – March 2014