The Rummer
5 Newmarket Row
Grand Parade
(01225) 339345.


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The Rummer  

Very near the cathedral and bath?s, this pub is a single shop front wide, though it has extended itself a long way back. The entrance room is just that, a place to come in and sit by the real fire on the leather sofas or at dark wood tables and chairs. The window also has old bit and bobs in and above it though they don?t seem to have a theme. As you move towards the rear of the pub there are wooden privacy screens with balustrades, like on stairs. Here there are round tables and chairs, which can be a little close. In the middle of the pub is the stairwell which provides access to the toilets downstairs near the kitchen! There are no disabled toilets and access for wheelchairs while possible, would be difficult if the pub was busy. The stars also go up to the sports bar/room where sport is shown on a screen. Moving to the far end of the pub brings you to the bar with high stools at it. Here is where you will find the three ales ? Bath Gem, Archers Golden and Hop Back Summer Lightening. All were well kept, though top ups had to be asked for. Prices matched those of many larger cities like ?2.20 plus for a pint, but I guess this is tourist territory. Food is served here (limited choices for vegetarians) lunch and evening till 8pm, though not on Sundays. There is no room here for a beer garden though you can lean on the bridge opposite after a drink and watch the river flow by. No accommodation here. A short walk from the station and practically in the city centre.



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Bath Gem
Archers Golden
Hop Back Summer Lightening.



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