Artist Residence Bristol to open in October

28 June 2019 by
Artist Residence Bristol to open in October

The fifth Artist Residence boutique hotel is set to open in Bristol in October this year.

The property will have 23 bedrooms above a bar, cafe, garden, restaurant and events space. The Grade I-listed part Georgian townhouse, part former boot factory was on the ‘at risk' register in 2015 when Artist Residence co-founders Charlotte and Justin Salisbury found it.

Featuring the quirky, art-focused interiors the group is known for, Artist Residence Bristol has been the largest, most challenging restoration project to date.

Justin said: "For us, the real appeal of this dilapidated building is the opportunity to bring a corner of this historic square back to life for the community to enjoy."

Charlotte added: "We pick art for our places that make you feel good, have a little chuckle or stop for a double take, whether that's with a bright colour palette, a hint of nostalgia or with witty typography."

The restaurant and bar, to be named the Boot Factory, will be a hub for hotel guests and the local community. General manager Nick Ledgard (previously Granger & Co) is working with local suppliers to create the all-day menu.

Since the pair opened the first Artist Residence in Brighton in 2006 the group has expanded to sites in London, Oxfordshire (pictured) and Penzance.

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