This peaceful and relaxing suburb of Bristol is characterised by its attractive 1920’s and 1930’s houses, with large gardens and driveways.
There are numerous grand, detached houses on wide, treelined streets, which allows Stoke Bishop a rather exclusive reputation and making it the home to many wealthy families. Nonetheless, Stoke Bishop does offer some more modest, but no less desirable, family homes centred around some excellent and highly regarded primary schools, making it rather appealing to growing families. Further allurement comes in the ease of access to open, green spaces such as The Downs, the Blaise Castle Estate and Stoke Lodge. Although there is not an abundance of bars and restaurants in the area, that does not mean residents have no options for wining and dining, with several charming offerings located on Druid Hill, Stoke Lane and Shirehampton Road.