Coordinates: 51°27′12″N 2°36′6″W / 51.45333°N 2.60167°W
The Mauretania Public House is a public house on Park Street in the English city of Bristol.
|Mauretania Public House|
|Town or city||Bristol, England|
|Design and construction|
It was built in 1870 by Henry Masters, with a rear extension being added in 1938 by WH Watkins. It has been designated by English Heritage as a grade II listed building.
Some of the furnishings from the RMS Mauretania were installed in a bar/restaurant complex at the bottom of Park Street, initially called "Mauretania", now "Java". The lounge bar was the library with mahogany panelling: above the first-class Grand Saloon with French-style gilding overlooks Frog Lane. The neon sign on the south wall still advertises the "Mauretania": installed in 1938 this was the first moving neon sign in Bristol.