THE STORY OF The Flyer

Dating back to 1899, The Flyer is situated on Bristol’s Gloucester Road, known for its wealth of independent shops and bohemian vibe. It’s one of the road’s most established watering holes and enduringly popular with local residents and workers, as well as visitors to Bristol.

Just a stone’s throw from the spectacular Clifton Suspension Bridge on the Avon Gorge and within easy reach of all of Bristol’s key attractions, this friendly pub provides the perfect spot for relaxation and refreshment whilst sight-seeing, shopping or just strolling round the city.

Mixing a traditional wood-panelled interior with contemporary touches, The Flyer’s best-kept secret is its delightful courtyard beer garden, complete with cosy booths and sheltered benches and tables – a perfect spot for lazy afternoons, al-fresco dining or a glass of something special on a sunny day.

Attracting a diverse clientele and exuding the relaxed village vibe of its neighbourhood, the Flyer holds the authenticity of a true British local close to its heart. Well-connected to the rest of Bristol via public transport, The Flyer is easy to find but perhaps a little harder to leave...