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It might not be where you'd expect to find Bristol's newest cafe - inside former public toilets!

Bristol's newest cafe may have all of the millennial hallmarks, but it's the location that makes it unique! Credit: The Cloakroom Cafe

In a city full of trendy, hipster cafes, it can be hard to think of ideas to make new coffee shops stand out.

But Bristol's newest spot is set to be unique from the outset - it's located inside a former public bathroom!

It's a Grade II-listed Edwardian building which closed to the public in 2001. Credit: The Cloakroom Cafe

The millennials' favourite cascading plants and exposed brick are the same, but the difference is this cafe's history.

The new business certainly wins 'Instagrammable' points. Credit: The Cloakroom Cafe

The Cloakroom Cafe's springing up in a 115-year-old former toilet block. It's a Grade II-listed Edwardian building which closed to the public in 2001.

It was recently bought at auction by new owner Alfred Fitzgerald for £215,000 to be the home of the wacky business.