Perfectly placed on Bath's tourist route, between the famous Pulteney Bridge and Great Pulteney Street, right alongside Bath Rugby's Recreation Ground, and boasting Bath's biggest beer garden, this Grade II listed building is steeped in history. Today, the Boater is a modern pub with four unique bars offering a selection of cask ales, a vast array of craft beers and a wide range of other drinks, from worldwide standouts to local favourites you're sure to find something for everyone.
A modern British menu is served alongside classic pub dishes, all selected to match the seasons' best fresh produce. The stunning weirside bar and terrace is the place to be during the summer months in Bath's city centre.
- Guide dogs welcome
- Public carpark nearby
- High Chair
- Changing Facilities
- Free WIFI
#171 of 647 Places to Eat in Bath
Most Recent Traveller Reviews
20 Nov 2018: a busy pub on the main street: good looking food menu, but disappointing overall: the downstairs bar was closed off and when we eventually got to the service area the beer (London Pride) at a...
20 Nov 2018: Visited the Boater when needing lunch after a longish winter's walk around Bath. Great range of beers, good atmosphere and equally good bar food. Agree with another reviewer that the corrugated...
20 Nov 2018: We stopped off here for a drink and a sandwich after watching Bath at the Rec, the staff were very accommodating and friendly on what was a very busy day for them.