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
17 Feb 2018: Oh what an amazing pub. I'm old enough to remember when most pubs looked like this. Proper coal fires, little cubby holes, beer from the jug and the wood. Completely uspoiled. Do they do food? Don't...
19 Dec 2017: This place has been frozen in a time warp - old rooms, panelled and screened in an old Bath stone building. Quite possibly the best preserved of its type I have seen anywhere.
An interesting beer...
21 Oct 2017: Spent a day recently in Bath and the rain drove me to my historic pub list I want to tick off. The Star Inn was easily the best of the five I located. Time stood still as far as the decor was...