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Review rating: 5/5

Bath Pubs and Bars - Reviews

Time for you to settle into and enjoy some public reviews of Bath pubs. There is a rumour in the city that there is one pub for each day of the year here. Sadly this is untrue but, there are a good number for you to enjoy. Many of them are ones we have visited. Some of those we have even remembered to write a review about. We know they are going to be of use to you.

The Best Bath Pubs With Rooms

The Forester and Flower
Guest Rating: 4.5/5

“This enchanting village public house and restaurant offers you attractive rooms sited in the suburbs. They are hygienic, truly cosy and good value.”

172 Bradford Road, Bath

rooms from £60.30 View Prices
The Thief
Guest Rating: 4/5

“The location of the inn is stunning right in the middle of the city. We are a good quality inexpensive modern coaching inn, with a lot of history.”

1 Monmouth Place, Bath

rooms from £67.15 View Prices
The Griffin Inn
Guest Rating: 4.2/5

“This is really a quintessentially English Inn. It is perfectly positioned 2 minutes walk from the theatre in the city centre. The building itself is Grade 2 listed and the pub downstairs offers you great food and drink.”

Beauford Square, Bath

rooms from £55.00 View Prices
The Wheelwrights Arms
Guest Rating: 4.4/5

“Wheelwrights Arms an 18th century grade II listed building. It is found in the attractive, serene sanctuary of Monkton Combe village, 2.5 miles Southeast of Bath. Stay here for a gentle immersion in luxury and encircled by lush green countryside.”

Church Lane, Bath

rooms from £72.25 View Prices
The Bear
Guest Rating: 4.3/5

“Good sized rooms are one of the many reasons people come here and like it a lot. Easy access to the town on foot (16 minutes walk or so) or by bus is another. This is a nice pub that serves you up great food too. ”

6-10 Wellsway, Bath

rooms from £89.00 View Prices
The Rising Sun Inn
Guest Rating: 4.5/5

“In a great location just down the road from Pulteney Bridge. This lovely inn is a pub and restaurant too. So when you end the day, enjoy a drink and meal with us.”

3 - 4 Grove Street, Bath

rooms from £88.46 View Prices
The Prince Of Wales
Guest Rating: 4/5

Dunkerton Hill, Peasedown St John, Bath

rooms from £72.25 View Prices
The Wheatsheaf Combe Hay
Guest Rating: 4.6/5

Combe Hay, Bath

rooms from £110.00 View Prices

People Want to Read Your Bath Pub Reviews

No matter what we think, we need your help too. Firstly, people like to read reviews of places that come for you, the general public. They want to know what you think are good, bad and ugly pubs as well. Secondly, there are way too many bars, inns and pubs for us to deal with alone. It used to be rumoured there was 1 pub for every day of the year in the city. Lastly, we all need to know what are the best places to go and what are the best places to forget.

Review rating: 4/5

Hobgoblin time! That means time for a great pint while you listen to the incredible rock and meet some great locals. The staff are pretty friendly and attentive too!

Review rating: 4.5/5

When you are looking for something gay, friendly, welcoming and entertaining Mandalyns is the place for you.

Raincheck Bar

This super little cocktail bar is a greet place to stop off for a tasty beverage before a theatre show. The reason being is it located literally just across the road from the Theatre Royal Bath.

Royal Oak

One of the best traditional pubs in Bath the Royal Oak is one not to be missed. Professional staff pulling well kept real ale, beers, ciders and lagers. There is even reasonable wine available for those that way inclined.

Sam Wellers
Review rating: 4/5

Sam Wellars is an great bar that is well respected for is beverages and its simple, but very tasty pub grub menu. The beer is good, the staff are great, the atmosphere is friendly and the food is well cooked, filling and tasty.

Reasons to Visit Pubs, Bars and Inns in Bath

Bath's public houses have delightful local ales, ciders and other refreshments. Some also serve splendid food, don't you think? Accommodation is also available in some of the Inns. So, if you like your tipple and grub, why not stay a while and tour the city pubs? A good evening out is on the cards in many of these fine public houses.

Saracen‘s Rating: 5.0/5
Saracen travelling as: Solo leisure traveller
You might want to think about reviewing my favourite pun the Saracens Head. This is said to be the oldest pub in Bath. It was closed for a bit and reopened in November 2016. The reason it closed was for a stunning refurbishment. Worth checking out.

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