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The Bath Arms, Horningsham - pub details

Address: Longleat Estate, Horningsham, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 7LY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11661) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Frome (4.3 miles), Warminster (5.1 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 8 users)
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user reviews of the Bath Arms, Horningsham

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A pleasant country inn with spacious patio. I didn't eat, so can't comment except that they serve food most of the day, handy for visitors to Longleat I suppose. Beer choice not extensive. Last time I was there I had a Budvar at £4.20 a pint. Ouch! So don't get caught bying a round there. All in all worth a visit.
MrBlue - 25 Aug 2011 15:56
I had a very generous portion of macaroni cheese (a great, creamy, comforting, oozing dish) as a starter and needed nothing else. Quirky, and full of diners on a midweek lunchtime. (Some may see that as bad, others as good – me? I like a pub that's got some atmosphere and people in it, rather than just some weird guy at the bar chewing tobacco and making a pint last for the entire week...).
Service was aloof (very). Location was good. Lovely outside terrace. The décor kind of hit the spot for me. Trying to be metropolitan, boutique hotel cool, but a bit off the mark. I found the large plastic dustbins sat in the middle of the bar area not a particularly brilliant design touch. A definite lack of attention to detail.
But... saying all that, I still liked it. And would go back.
henryed - 14 May 2008 13:37
Was there today and the food and service were immaculate: very polite and quick service. The menu is a little restricted, but very good. The choice of beers is narrower than it would be, but still a fairly wide range of things (including Stowell cider). Can't speak about the decor as I've never been in "a third-rate brothel".
HenPen - 23 Dec 2007 21:49
Went there recently and was very dissapointed both with the food and the service. It was a Saturday night, not that busy but the starters all came at different times. We ordered champagne and had the bottle delivered in a bucket with the glasses arriving a few minutes later. We ended up pouring it ourselves. Food was very average and over-priced. Waiting staff were thin on the ground. We pre-ordered a high chair which was not set up on arrival and had to wait 10 minutes for it to be brought to the table. This is the sort of restaurant that you expect Gordon Ramesy to feature on Kitchen Nightmares...
anonymous - 3 Oct 2007 17:13
Pretentious pub / hotel, although what it's pretending to be is not clear. horrible beer means it not really a pub, and some of the decor including the bedrooms is reminiscent of a third rate brothel. Off the beaten track, thank god.
anonymous - 30 Dec 2006 23:02

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