The Garricks Head – Right in the centre of Bath, close to The Theatre Royal. This is a truly British, homely pub, serving great food in a warm, friendly atmosphere. A great spot in summer for watching the world go by, this is the perfect location.
01225 318368

Loch Fyne – A popular ‘’chain’’ restaurant, specialising in seafood, with a more modern feel but relaxed and friendly. Although a chain restaurant, the food is surprisingly good and the building is grand yet atmospheric. Lovely oysters and kiln salmon, but also something for everyone, not just seafood lovers.
01225 750120

Hall & Woodhouse – Restaurant/brasserie/bar set over three floors with open roof terrace, formal dining floor and casual area. Great for the young at heart, lively, with an eclectic mix of old and new. Good variable menu, stylish interior. Located just off from Queens Square.
01225 469259

The Hop Pole – Located a 15 minute walk from Apsley House, just next to the Royal Victoria Park, this cosy pub is surprisingly good, with a decent selection of beers, including real ales. The Hop Pole has a nice, warm atmosphere, and the food is homely and tasty, but it can get busy.
01225 446327

The Locksbrook Inn – Only a 10 minute walk from Apsley House, and set by the River Avon, this is a large gastropub, serving refined pub classics with relaxed atmosphere and pleasant setting. Especially nice in the summer evenings when you can sit by the river watching the boats and the swans.

Same Same But Different – An independent, family-run, award winning café restaurant in the heart of Bath. This is a great lunch stop off, serving tapas, salads, cocktails and mains in a relaxed and friendly café-style setting.
01225 466856

The Hare and Hounds – This British pub offers fabulous, freshly prepared food using local produce. The service is friendly and atmosphere relaxed. You will find location stunning and views magnificent.
01225 482682