Address:

Pulteney Arms
37 Daniel Street
Bath
Somerset
BA2 6ND
(01225) 463923.


Hours:

Mon-Sat 11-11, Sun 12-10.30  


 

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Pulteney Arms  

This pub is a bit further out of the city and requires a little walk, but nothing that would kill you, besides the walk will burn off the calories you are about to imbibe. A good looking local, like a hotel from the outside, this is apparently the focus of the rugby community in Bath. Inside there is a centre bar that serves two different areas - though they are all one room now. The main room has stools at the bar and is heavy set with pictures on the walls and a large TV for sporting events. There is bench seating round the walls with tables and chairs on ? very much a boozer-ish feel to it. They usually have four ales on. On this visit they had Young's Special, Abbey Bellringer on racking, London Pride and 6X. following the main room round takes you to the area where they play darts. There is a gas log effect fire here and a large mirror, plus another TV screen. This area is very 1970's with stipple effect walls and brass edging to the bar area, which is only a small hatch area to be honest. Seating is at a bare wooden bench and some stools, though chairs sometimes get distributed here. There are some bare floors and some carpeted areas and this theme is carried into the room at the rear down a corridor where there is another 'fire' and bench seating with round tables and stools. There is a beer garden for summer, but it has no grass and is enclosed - awnings are available too. Food is served here, but not on a Sunday evening. No accommodation here, but plenty in Bath itself.


 

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beer, food, beer garden, real fire, no smoking, kids, real cider, vegetarian, train 

 

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Beers:

Abbey Bellringer London Pride
6X
Young's Special.
 


 

Accommodation: 

Best Western Abbey Hotel
1 North Parade, Bath
Somerset
BA1 1LF
From £60
0845 634 0526.


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