The Voluneer Rifleman’s Arms is a freehouse located in the centre of Bath, just off New Bond Street.
The small pub always has four ales available including cask Bass along with cider such as Bath Ales Bounders.
The Saracen’s Head dates back to 1713 and once had Charles Dickens as a guest.
Today the pub is owned by the Original Pub Company that offers cheap food and a few well kept ales.
The Pig and Fiddle has been somewhat of a Bath institution for over 20 years and has a very loyal following.
There are usually 5 well kept ales available, mainly from local breweries such as Butcombe, Glastonbury, Plain Ales and Exmoor.
The Old Green Tree is a very small and traditional pub located in the heart of Bath.
Awarded the Bath Town Pub of the Year award in 2008, the pub usually features 5 locally brewed beers and there’s always a stout or porter available.
The Salamander is located in the centre of the Georgian city of Bath and is owned by the Bath Ales Brewery.
The Raven is a freehouse located in the heart of Bath. It was recently voted CAMRA Pub of the Year and serves great beer and pies.
The Coeur De Lion is the smallest pub in Bath and is owned by Bath-based Abbey Ales brewery. The Victorian pub is very popular and is described as a ‘gem’ of a pub by CAMRA.