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91 Funeral Wake Venues in Bristol, England

DDR from£ 43pp
Located on Broad Street, Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel in Bristol truly lives up to its name. Dating from Victorian times, our hotel blends classic period charm with the very best in contemporary comforts. Close to the River Avon and the historic port which helped Bristol to flourish in the 18th Century, Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel is a great place t...
Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel
Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel
Broad Street, Bristol, BS1 2EL
 11 Meeting Rooms  10-500 Max capacity
DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House is a popular choice for wakes. Nestled in the picturesque North Somerset Countryside, DoubleTree by Hilton Cadbury House provides an idyllic setting to host your private event.
DoubleTree by Hilton Cadbury House
DoubleTree by Hilton Cadbury House
Frost Hill, Congresbury, Bristol, BS49 5AD
 11 Meeting Rooms  400 Max capacity
DDR from£ 40pp
Ashton Gate Stadium offers a unique venue to celebrate the life of your loved one with friends and family. Our dedicated team are here to ensure that arrangements are kept easy and hassle-free, providing a sympathetic and efficient service to ensure your time of remembrance and celebration runs smoothly.
Ashton Gate Stadium
Ashton Gate Stadium
Ashton Road, Bristol, BS3 2EJ
 36 Meeting Rooms  1000 Max capacity
DDR from£ 36pp
From £12 per person, choose from a range of adaptable menu options for your reception at Mercure Bristol North, The Grange Hotel. From morning and afternoon teas to finger buffets and sit-down meals, simply let us know what you’d like, and we’ll make it happen.
Mercure Bristol North, The Grange Hotel
Mercure Bristol North, The Grange Hotel
Old Gloucester Road, Winterbourne, Bristol, BS36 1RP
   180 Max capacity
In the heart of this grade II listed building (a former bank) lay two rather special rooms. Private rooms for hire at Cosy Club Bristol that we’ve called The Peacock Room & The Mezzanine. Cosy Club Bristol can cater for: • Birthday parties • Gin master classes • Drinks parties • Meetings – Board Room only • After work gatherings...
Cosy Club Bristol
Cosy Club Bristol
31 Corn Street, Old City, Bristol, BS1 1HT
   40 Max capacity
DDR from£ 45.83pp
Welcome to the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol City Centre where a warm freshly baked chocolate-chip cookie waits upon arrival. Situated in the heart of Bristol, the DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre is a contemporary 4-star hotel with modern conference space to accommodate up to 350. The event space at the hotel lends itself to a w...
DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre
DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre
Redcliffe Way, Bristol, BS1 6NJ
   340 Max capacity
The Meetings & Events Centre at The Bristol hotel is one of the South West’s leading business facilities. Located adjacent to the hotel, it has a separate entrance and its own lobby/lounge area and private bar. All the hotel’s nine meeting rooms offer smart décor and the latest technology including flat screen TVs and integral projectors. F...
The Bristol Hotel
The Bristol Hotel
The Harbourside, Prince Street, Bristol, BS1 4QF
   400 Max capacity
DDR from£ 29.95pp
Steinbeck & Shaw is a trendy and vibrant bar located near Bristol Harbourside. The venue features unique décor and a lively atmosphere perfect for socialising with friends or colleagues. The bar serves a wide range of drinks, including cocktails and craft beers, and also has a food menu with delicious options. This venue is perfect for any even...
Steinbeck & Shaw Bristol
Steinbeck & Shaw Bristol
The South Buildings, Canon's Road, Bristol, BS1 5UH
   400 Max capacity
DDR from£ 29.95pp
Our popular and well-established brands and products provide a wide variety of entertaining experiences to suit all event specifications by offering drinking, eating and late night dancing under one roof. Our rooms are already themed, and equipped with top of the range lighting and sound facilities, so all you need to do is bring the guests!Our Sal...
PRYZM Bristol
PRYZM Bristol
The South buildings, Canons Road, Bristol, BS1 5UH
 4 Meeting Rooms  4000 Max capacity
DDR from£ 49pp
One of Bristol’s most exceptional meeting and event venues, this boutique hotel and luxury spa is set in an architecturally stunning, Grade-II listed building, right in the heart of the city. The hotel features three impressive, flexible rooms for any meeting, conference or event up to 400 attendees.Meetings & private events work so much b...
Bristol Harbour Hotel
Bristol Harbour Hotel
55 Corn Street, Bristol, BS1 1HT
 3 Meeting Rooms  400 Max capacity
DDR from£ 28pp
The Conference Centre at Future Inn Bristol spans the entire top floor of the hotel and features six flexible, excellently equipped meeting rooms and private functions rooms ranging in capacities from 6 to 300 delegates. Due to its location on the 6th floor of the hotel our conference centre has plenty of natural daylight with views across the city...
Future Inn Bristol
Future Inn Bristol
Bond Street, Bristol, BS1 3EN
   300 Max capacity
DDR from£ 35pp
At the intersection of the M4 and M5, and just a few miles from the centre of Bristol, the Aztec's meeting and conference rooms are perfect for delegates travelling from the midlands, west country and south Wales. An easy to find location and car parking for well over 200 vehicles means that there’s none of the problems associated with city centre ...
Aztec Hotel & Spa
Aztec Hotel & Spa
Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, BS32 4TS
 21 Meeting Rooms  200 Max capacity
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol North is a great choice for a successful meeting, being just off the M4-M5 interchange. This offers straightforward road access from central Bristol as well as easy motorway access from the South West, Midlands, South Wales and the M4 corridor. It is also a short taxi ride from Bristol Parkway Station on the main ...
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol North
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol North
Woodlands Lane, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, BS32 4JF
   200 Max capacity
Farrington Park
Marsh Lane, Farrington Gurney, Bristol, BS39 6TS
   170 Max capacity
Coombe Lodge
Bladgon, Bristol, BS40 7RE
   200 Max capacity
The Carpenters Arms
Stanton Wick, Bristol, BS39 4BX
   36 Max capacity
Winford Manor
Old Hill, Winford, Bristol, BS40 8DW
Bristol Airport Old Terminal
Old Terminal Building, Bristol Airport Road, Bristol, BS48 3DY
   150 Max capacity
Stockwood Vale Golf Club
Stockwood Lane, Keynsham, Bristol, BS31 2ER
   90 Max capacity
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How to Plan a Funeral Wake

When the funeral service is over, when the solemn words have been spoken, tears shed and songs sung, it’s time for the wake or funeral reception. Traditionally the wake involved the deceased’s loved ones staying with them until they were taken to the service. But in modern times, a wake is the post-funeral gathering of family and friends to support and comfort each other. It’s a vitally important part of the funeral day, so organising a wake is a huge responsibility, which comes at a time when you are suffering greatly from bereavement yourself. This article attempts to make your task easier, by covering some important considerations, with advice on aspects that will help make the event memorable and fitting, such as venues and catering. Your first consideration is how much the funeral wake should reflect the personality, beliefs and lifestyle of your deceased loved one. It is a phenomenon of modern times that everything in our lives should reflect who we are and how others should view us, and recently this has come to include funerals and funeral wakes. Many people want their funeral wake to be minutely planned and personalised. Choose a venue that creates the right atmosphere and it is possible to create a moving, memorable and fitting day of celebration and remembrance that represents the deceased’s wishes. It doesn’t have to be an unhappy gathering of sombre mourning, though, of course, if that is what the deceased would have wanted, it can be. The funeral wake venue is probably your most important consideration. It is no longer necessary to host a wake at a relative’s home, especially if large numbers are expected to attend. There are hundreds of venues that can accommodate funeral wakes of all sizes, and able to create the most fitting environment for friends and family to relax in, while they feel a connection with their departed loved one. When it comes to the funeral wake venue, the options are almost endless, make your task easier by first searching online to make your shortlist, you’ll soon find the perfect wake venue. Here are some ideas: The venue for a wake can be a favourite place the deceased loved to be or had sentimental value to them, such as their local pub, local community of village halls, local sports facilities or favourite restaurant Use the hospitality suite at the football, cricket or rugby club they supported or a golf club where there were a member Many hotels offer dedicated funeral wake packages and create a warm and comforting atmosphere, where all your needs are taken care of Museums, zoos, boats, historic buildings are all examples of venues for wakes that may reflect the personality or interests of the deceased You will also want to consider catering options. Keep it simple by doing it yourself - supplying platters of sandwiches, salads, cold meats, quiches, biscuits and cakes, or choose a catering service that takes the pressure from you. Find the right caterer and they will work with you to create a menu or buffet that fully represents the favourite foods of your departed loved one. Again, searching online is a quick and easy way to find the perfect supplier.You can view funeral wake venues here. Whatever you choose, ensure there are plenty of hot and cold drinks served. Many people like to toast the deceased with an alcoholic drink and it’s a good way to start conversations and bring people together. The funeral wake is for people of different types to come together, reminisce and share stories, laugh and cry together. They need something to talk about, the wake venue, decoration, food and music can fulfil this crucial function. You may also choose to display some personal items, such as: Photos of the person in frames or in albums A guest book for shared memories and expressions of condolence Funeral cards Flowers Funeral wake organising is a momentous task, but it doesn’t have to be dauting. Do it well and you’ll hear the phrase “It’s what (s)he would have wanted”, on numerous occasions throughout the day. For a helping hand at this difficult time, please contact our dedicated venue finding experts for any support you need to organise the perfect funeral wake.

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