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The Star Inn, Bath - pub details

Star Inn
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Address: 23 Vineyards, Bath, Somerset, BA1 5NA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4568) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bath Spa (0.7 miles), Oldfield Park (1.1 miles), Freshford (4.4 miles)

Brewery: Abbey Ales

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Excellent pub and I have voted this the best of the 8 narrowly beating The Raven to top spot.

A proper pub, the four of us came in here around 8pm on Saturday night and it was so good we stayed for 3 rounds.

4 ales on tap and the 3 I had were excellent, I particular enjoyed the Cardinal Sin @ 6% from Abbey Ales.

Really good bunch of clients and I particular like the swing saloon style doors to the ladies toilet.

Amusing women sat near the Men's toilet that kept falling asleep, this amused me and my pal no end.

Truly is a great pub and I will definitely visit this one the next time I'm here

10/10 from me.

lezford - 20 Feb 2013 14:23
Fulhampete has it spot on. Always the place I head for when in the town-sorry, city. A real gem.
steve75 - 11 Jan 2013 20:08
Best pub in Bath. Bass staight out of the barrel and a lovely pint too. Quirky interior and interesting locals. Everything a pub should be, no TV, no piped music, no fruit machines, just chat and good beer.
Fulhampete - 7 Jul 2012 14:11
A pleasantly quirky place with several small, wooden-panelled rooms. These include the service area which is called Death Row because of the format with would-be customers sitting in a line. Several good local beers and a friendly atmosphere.
16jamesdoc - 5 Jun 2012 10:31
Tremendous, historic hostelry full of character. Excellent ale to be enjoyed in the many nooks and crannies. To think it was near to being closed for good just a few years ago by the rapacious pubco, Punch! Now carefully and successfully steered by local lessees Abbey ales.
curioushistory - 12 May 2012 20:03

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