The Star Inn
You won't find any games machines, music, pool table, or cordon bleu food menu, but The Star Inn still shines on in Bath. Described by The Campaign of Real Ale as a 'rare and unspoiled pub interior of outstanding historic interest', The Star Inn is listed on the National Inventory of Heritage Pubs.
The pub, first licensed in 1759, is the brewery tap of Bath's only brewery, Abbey Ales.
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Most Recent Traveller Reviews
30 Nov 2018: Without a doubt the best pint of beer I can ever remember having. I simply can’t remember drinking better beer fresh from the cask.
18 Nov 2018: Beer from the barrel and jug, cellar cold Bass, no frills and great chat!
The pub is a wonderful trip down memory lane to a time when a pub was a place to meet people, enjoy real beer and...
13 Nov 2018: And the most authentic. A real pub. Serves beer direct from the barrel behind the bar, often a delicious Bass. Lovely open fire in one of the bars. It's a bit pokey but that adds to the charm. Nice...