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Cosy Rating: 7.5
About: The Boater is a quintessential pub that celebrates outstanding service and the splendour of a well poured pint. With the biggest beer garden in Bath, it’s proven to be one of the city’s most-loved pubs.
TGtB Says: The perfect place to enjoy a bite to eat with friends, family and your little ones!
Food: The snug pub offers traditional English classics and a large variety of the finest ales and beers.
A: 9 Argyle Street, Bath, Somerset, BA2 4BQ
T: 01225 464211
Cosy Rating: 9
About: One of the oldest pubs in Bath, The Huntsman is surrounded by Georgian elegance. So when looking to drink and dine in Bath, always aim for The Huntsman.
TGtB Says: The pub is the perfect spot for a Sunday roast or a pint in the summer. Hosting a range of events from live music to weddings, The Huntsman always ensure everyone feels welcome!
Food: The Huntsman serves a great selection of real ales, local ciders, hot drinks and delicious food. Check out their menus HERE.
A: 1 Terrace Walk, North Parade, Bath, Somerset, BA1 1LY
T: 01225 482900
Cosy Rating: 8
About: Grade II listed, the building is one of the oldest in the city centre and new owners John and Ellie have turnt it into somewhere clean, fresh and bright where you can enjoy a good pint, a great meal with friends and some live music.
TGtB Says: The Grapes Bath has had a full refurbishment and looks fantastic! It's an incredibly welcoming pub that offers delicious food and fantastic pints.
Food: The menu which will feature lots of tasty snacks, sharing plates and beer food using locally sourced ingredients.
A: 14 Westgate Street, Bath, BA1 1EQ
T: 07971 184723
The Coeur De Lion
Cosy Rating: 9
About: Situated in Northumberland Place which leads off the High Street, is Bath's smallest and cosiest pub; The Coeur de Lion.
TGtB Says: This welcoming Victorian pub has a rustic interior, reasonably priced food, fine ales and wooden booths to slide into; act fast though, it's known to fill up fast.
Food: Pub classics on offer at this well-loved British boozer include Wiltshire ham and eggs, steak and Bellringer ale pie and delicious homemade soups.
A: 17 Northumberland Place, Bath, BA1 5AR
T: 01225 463568
Cosy Rating: 8
About: A mere stone's throw away from Milsom Street, is The Raven; a small, traditional, family owned and run pub, located on a quiet cobbled street in the centre of Bath.
TGtB Says: Since 2006, the pub has been included in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide every year - who are we to argue with that?
Food: The Raven specialises in real ales, fine wines and delicious pies - all of which are made with the best local meat and vegetables available.
A: 7 Queen St, Bath, Avon BA1 1HE
T: 01225 425045
Where are the best pubs in Bath? Find out for yourself by taking a look through our cosy pubs in Bath guide! It will give you all the right information to find the perfect pub for you.
Which pubs serve food in Bath? The Crystal Palace, The Boater & The Huntsman serve some fantastic dishes that we love! Take a look through our cosy pubs in Bath guide to find out which pubs in Bath not only offer high quality beverages but also serve some delicious pub grub.