& Glass Wharf
Welcome Building® sits within Glass Wharf in the commercial Temple Quay area of Bristol. Close to the water and a short walk to Temple Meads, where many large institutions and creative businesses have also made it their home.
It all adds to a busy working atmosphere in its own right, with independent retailers, bars and restaurants in addition to the city centre, only a few minute’s walk or ride away.
Fresh and thriving
From futuristic doughnuts to freshly-brewed beer, Glass Wharf is home to a growing list of cool, independent businesses that serve its community.
Set in the arches behind Welcome Building® sits Future Doughnuts. Swamped in the week and weekends, these bakers offer amazing vegan delights inside a vibrant and achingly-trendy interior.
Little Martha Brewing
Next door sits Little Martha Brewing, where delicious local beers are brewed under the arches. It makes for a lively, authentic after-work experience for those working close by.
Offering freshly-baked sourdough and pastries with expertly brewed coffee from around the world, Mokoko is the go-to place to start the day.
Out by the waterfront
With a weekly street food market and bars like Veeno sat on the waterside, Temple Quay offers a great spot for a social lunch.
From here you can even catch Matilda, one of the city’s Water Taxis to take you round to Whapping Wharf.
All mapped out
Take a look around and see how Temple Quay connects with the rest of Bristol’s highlights.
As well as an Ibis Hotel right next door, the Leonardo Hotel offers a contemporary stay just a short stroll away.
The struggle to know what to make for dinner each night is helped by a Sainsbury’s Local just around the corner.