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The Dolphin Inn, Lower Weston - pub details

Address: 103 Locksbrook Road, Lower Weston, Bath, Somerset, BA1 3EN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9327) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Oldfield Park (0.7 miles), Bath Spa (1.7 miles), Freshford (5.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 2.2/10 (rated by 23 users)
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Has been born again as the Lockbridge. 3 real ales on: Bob, Butcombe and Farnham White from Hog''s Back.

Huge pub, focus on food. Not very busy for a Friday night but good place to sit by the canal for a quiet drink.
alecstewart - 2 Sep 2017 16:24
Now re-opened as the Locksbrook Inn. Another Gastropub; just what Bath needs. I intend to go there next week as part of a crawl. Will report back after that.
The_evil_doctor - 27 Jul 2016 13:22
Quite a big pub. Had a pint of Doom Bar at lunch time, which was well kept. Bar staff were friendly and the lunch was fine. All in all I'd recommend it
scotsjonesey - 19 Sep 2011 17:26
A friendly, nice pub apparently under new management. Good selection of beers and ciders. The food's great and very good value.
KingEdward - 22 Apr 2011 13:17
This pub is a bit tucked out the way, but has the advantage of the river running right past which makes a pleasant place for a pint on a sunny afternoon. Inside itís quite cavernous, far bigger than first impressions suggest. Besides the main bar area, thereís a small sports room with a pool table, dart board, etc. and beyond that a large modern looking dining area which may well have been a skittle alley in a former life. Thereís also a smaller, cosier dining area and a decent sized patio next to the river.

The main bar has a traditional feel with a patterned red carpet, red bench seating and a fireplace with some type of log burner in. There seemed to be several food offers available, although we didnít check the menu. There is also a Sunday carvery counter between 12:00 and 4:00. Barmaid seemed friendly and helpful (and very attractive!). The music in the bar was playing slightly too loudly for a Sunday lunchtime though.

Beers on offer were Butcombe, Doom Bar, 6X and Pedigree, the latter being £2.50 a pint as they were apparently over-stocked. Ciders were Thatcherís Gold, Blackthorn and Gaymerís.
Blackthorn - 26 Sep 2010 22:42

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