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Bath Arms Hotel, Cheddar - pub details

Bath Arms Hotel

Address: Bath Street, Cheddar, Somerset, BS27 3AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13077) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 14 users)
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I was sceptical about visiting Cheddar on a bank holiday weekend and it transpired that I was right to be. After a quick visit to the Gorge, we retreated to the furthest of our 3 pub choices from the tourist hordes. The Bath Arms turned out to be the best of these 3 pubs. It seemed reasonably busy, without being too crowded. Service was quick and the place was tidy. Being a sunny day, a few were sat outside at the front too. Ales were Bath Ales Gem, Sharp's Doom Bar & Cheddar Ales Potholer. The real cider was Cheddar Valley.
blue_scrumpy - 8 May 2019 20:39
Definitely closed and looked like a massive refurbishment project was taking place when we went past last week
duchyjim - 19 May 2014 09:24
Very good choice of beers, such as four real ales and three ciders. New owners (I believe) and very accomodating too. Great atmosphere at the weekends and nice food also. Worth a visit.
Antelope - 15 Feb 2012 19:53
A large, stone built pub on the main road through Cheddar that looks as though it must have been a hotel or a coaching inn at one time. There’s a good sized patio out the front with plenty of benches and a smaller beer garden at the rear with a couple of climbing frames for the kids. A bare chested guy ordering at the bar was slightly off putting, although whether this is typical of their normal clientele I’m not sure.

Inside, the main bar is an L-shaped affair, mostly carpeted although with some laminate flooring as well. There is some wood panelling on the walls, a fireplace at each end and a couple of plasma screens. A darts board was in one corner. Beyond this is another room that must have been a skittle alley in a former life but now houses a couple of leather sofa’s, a few more tables and a pool table. Off to the left is a room that is very reminiscent of an old hotel drawing room with wood panelling on all the walls. All the tables here were laid up for food, although nobody was actually eating in here on a recent Thursday lunch time visit. Beyond this is a lounge, although this was closed off.

There was an extensive “pub grub” menu, with all the usual suspects such as lasagne, Chilli con carne, Chicken Tikka Masala and Ham, Egg & Chips along with sections for sandwiches, jackets, etc. Most of the mains were around the £8 mark, and there was also a specials board with another half dozen or so dishes on. Service at the bar was a little slow, with the guy who served me taking at least twice as long to key everything in to the till as he did to actually pour the drinks.

Beers on tap were Old Speckled Hen, Tribute, Doom Bar, Courage and the very local Potholer. Ciders were Blackthorn and Thatcher’s Gold.
Blackthorn - 29 Sep 2011 21:16
Could be great, but instead is only average, good barman poor landlord who couldn't be bothered to put another beer on when one ran out even though it was only 8.00pm.
Randyray - 1 Jul 2011 11:58

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