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The Golden Fleece, Bath - pub details

Address: Avon Buildings, Lower Bristol Road, Bath, Somerset, BA2 1ES [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21416) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Oldfield Park (0.4 miles), Bath Spa (1.5 miles), Freshford (5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 11 users)
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Great wee pub!! very welcoming, both staff and locals. We were Inverness fans down for a game and loved the place. Toooo much unfortunately, but Landlady looked after me, Cheers dear. Will visit when in Area again for sure, and to apologise for not listening to everyone who told me to stop drinking that cider!!!!
batleyboy - 18 Jul 2011 22:14
Has gone down hill since bike club moved in. Not sure who is running it anymore.Shame, a good pub taken over by thugs.
jrbigbird - 5 Jun 2011 04:11
One to put on your list. A couple of barrels on the Bar for real ale, big tv's to watch the rugby on and a tidy Sunday lunch for 7 quid. I didnt clock any meatheads whilst I was there.... unless I am a meathead too!
billybraggscombiboiler - 14 Feb 2011 15:39
Admittedly not the best looking pub in thwe world from the outside but then Twerton isnt the best looking neighborhood in the world either

Inside is a decent sized and basically decorated bar serving a good selection of Real's and local ciders.
Its the welcome that makes the pub worth giving a try
I was there before and after a game with Bath City and as a supporter of a club whos fans are usually treated like the 2nd coming of Atilla the hun it made a nice change to meet such a relaxed and friendly landlord. Gave us all day use of his small car park AND supplied bar nibbles after the game

good work
bigmeuprudeboy - 11 Jan 2011 14:45
Bah, comments like the ones below put me off for ages, but I finally went there and... It's fine. Absolutely fine. Beers from the cask, big tellies for the sport, an outside garden-ish area next to the nascent Lidl's store, and a good cross-section of people. I like it.

This, the Royal Oak and the White Horse form a decent Ale Pub trio all within ten minute's walk of one another.
bastien - 24 Jun 2009 15:14

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