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Sam Wellers

Address: Upper Borough Walls, Bath, Somerset, BA1 1RH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14613) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bath Spa (0.4 miles), Oldfield Park (0.9 miles), Freshford (4.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 20 users)
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Perfectly serviceable pub, which (to my mind) didn't quite hit the heights of some of the other city centre places I sampled. Friendly bar bloke and a scattering of regulars (judging by the conversations). My pint of Bath Best was fine (3.50). If I lived in Bath this could easily be my local, but as a tourist it didn't quite hit the mark.
Queenslander - 30 Sep 2014 23:27
Visited on 27 November. Excellent food (very large helpings) and well-kept beer. My great-great uncle was landlord here from 1906 (when it was the Full Moon) until his death in WWI at Ypres in 1914. His brother, and then his brother's widow, carried on running the pub until at least 1931.
nf3996 - 30 Nov 2011 14:31
Popped in here on 17th Dec to find it hasn't changed a bit after my last visit 3 years ago. Was fairly busy but I got a table by the bar and had a pint of Abbey Ales Twelth Night (2.90 I think) which was well kept and served by the ever efficiant landlady who has run this place with her husband for about 5 years (they previously managed the Saracens Head).
mattbeer - 25 Dec 2010 15:44
Poor for Bath. 4 ales on pump but not well kept, my Timothy Taylor Landlord was awful. I thought it was trying to hard to be a traditional British pub to attract in the tourists; however the tourist would do better by trying the Old Green Tree, Raven or Star. I will not return
Paris_Hilton - 5 Dec 2009 17:01
Nice friendly pub just off the main shopping streets, with much more of a traditional pub feel to it than many of the bars around. There's a full size window at the front, so grab a seat here and watch the world go by!
Good choice of beers which on my recent visit were Bombadier, Timothy Taylor Landlord, Bellringer and Otter Ale. Also Blackthorn and Stowford Press cider.
The only let-down was the food. This is however in complete contrast to the previous poster, so maybe we just ordered the wrong things. The lasagne and fisherman's pie (a special) arrived in about five minutes, obviously just out the microwave. There was little meat in the lasagne, and little fish in the pie. At 5/6 they'd have been ok, but certainly not woth the 8 and 9 we paid.
Blackthorn - 30 Oct 2009 09:57

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