We are located at Litfield House Medical Centre, 1 Litfield Place, Clifton Down, Bristol BS8 3LS
PLEASE NOTE: LITFIELD HOUSE IS NOT IN LITFIELD ROAD – IT IS LOCATED ON CLIFTON DOWN ROAD. LOOK FOR THE RED POST BOX – THIS IS DIRECTLY OUTSIDE THE HOUSE. SATELLITE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS WILL NOT DIRECT YOU TO LITFIELD HOUSE. Satellite Navigation Systems will take you to Litfield Road. Follow Litfield Road until you come to CAMP ROAD. Litfield House Medical is at the top of Camp Road on the right hand side.
The clinic’s reception number is 0117 973 1323 if you need further assistance.
From the M5:
M5 Junction 19 – Follow the A369 and then onto the B3129 following signs for Clifton. Cross the Clifton Suspension Bridge (you will need £1 ready for the toll). After you cross the Bridge take your first left and at the next junction turn right onto Clifton Down Road. Litfield House is located on the left hand side of the road at the corner of Camp Road. There is a red post box outside.
M5 Junction 17 – Follow the A4018. Follow signs to the City Centre. Continue along the A4018 for around 4 miles. You will cross a large open area, The Downs. At the end of this follow the short one-way system around the roundabout and follow signs for the zoo along the A4176. Continue along the A4176 passing the zoo on your left and then take your second left. Follow this road (Clifton Down) up to the top of the hill and Litfield House is situated on the left hand side on the corner of Camp Road. There is a red post box outside.
Park & Ride:
Portway P&R location Service operator: Wessex Bus, Just off the A4 Portway near junction 18 of the M5 motorway. Postcode: BS11 9QE
Leave the M4 at Junction 22 and join the M49. At Junction 18 follow signs for Bristol along the Portway (A4). Take a left at the traffic lights onto the A4162 sign posted ‘Westbury-On-Trym’. Take your second right, which is at a set of traffic lights, onto the B4054 (Shirehampton Road). Continue on the B4054 for around 2 miles until you reach a large roundabout. Take the third exit following signs for Clifton along the A4176. Continue along the A4176 passing the zoo on your left and then take your second left. Follow this road (Clifton Down) up to the top of the hill and Litfield House is situated on the left hand side on the corner of Camp Road. There is a red post box outside.
Leave the M4 at Junction 19 and join the M32. Follow the M32 into the City Centre and then follow signs for Clifton along the B4051. Continue on the B4015 up Park Street and at the top you will see the Wills Memorial Building on your right. Proceed straight and follow the one way system which veers to the right and then left. Keep left past the large Palladian building and you will come to a double roundabout. Go straight over the first, and then take the third exit of the second one going right onto Pembroke Road. Take the second left into Clifton Park and continue up the hill. We are located at the top of the hill on the corner of Camp Road.
Leave the M5 at Junction 15 and join the M4. Follow the directions from London.
Take the train to either Bristol Parkway or Bristol Temple Meads stations. Bristol Parkway station is approximately seven miles from Litfield House Medical Centre and 20-30 minutes by taxi. Temple Meads station is closer to Litfield House and is located in the City Centre. It is about three miles away and about 15-20 minutes in a taxi, dependent on the traffic. Taxis are readily available outside both stations.
Bus numbers 8/8A both depart from Temple Meads Train Station. They will stop near Christ Church in Clifton which is a few minutes’ walk from Litfield House. If arriving at the coach station you can catch the number 8 or 9 bus which will bring you up to Litfield House. When exiting the coach station turn left and head towards Debenhams and Primark. The Bus stops are located on the main strip near Debenhams. Take the 8/9 bus to Christ Church in Clifton and Litfield house is about a 3 minute walk up the hill.
We have limited parking to the front of house for our patients to use during their appointment times. On-street Pay & Display parking meters Mon-Fri 9.am-5pm (first 30 minutes are free, see meter for terms). Meter parking is £1 per hour.
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