Nova Scotia, Bristol
|Nova Scotia Hotel|
Location within Bristol
|Town or city||Bristol|
|Completed||early 19th century|
The Nova Scotia (grid reference ) is a 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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- "Pints_West_60.pdf (application/pdf Object)" (PDF). www.camrabristol.org.uk. Retrieved 30 January 2009.
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