Nova Scotia, Bristol
|Nova Scotia Hotel|
Location within Bristol
|Town or city||Bristol|
|Completed||early 19th century|
The Nova Scotia (grid reference ST571721) is an historic nineteenth century public house situated on Spike Island adjacent to the Cumberland Basin in Bristol Harbour in Bristol, England. It was originally built as a terrace of three houses and then converted into a pub. It is a grade II listed building. It was a coaching inn and traces of large lanterns and the entrance to the coach yard survive.
The pub serves food and has a range of real ales and traditional cider.
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