Visited 5/4/2022. First time for some years. Hadn’t changed a bit. Still a super heritage pub. 5 ales on offer including the mainstays of Bass and Abbey Ales Bath Bellringer. Do like this pub though don’t expect a dozen ticks here, just plenty of character and characters.
Fantastic pub - my favourite in Bath. The Abbey Bellringer gets delivered directly from the brewery round the corner and is superb. A rare example of what a great pub should be: Great beer, good company, papers, real fire, tradition. A place I could spend my last days.
Multi-roomed CAMRA Heritage Pub. It's an institution and rightly so. On the day I was there, they were holding a 12-hour pub quiz for charity, so room was scarce. Unfortunately the beer selection isn't up to all that much. They have a few Westcountry beers on cask, but anything forward-looking seems to have been given a miss (except for some bottles of Punk, which seem to be everywhere these days). My verdict: it's a place for a quick half or a day-long session but nothing in between!
A charming, well-kept,old pub from 1760 in upper part of town. Promotes a cozy intimately atmosphere spread over a few smaller room. Dark wooden interiors and stained glass windows. Six cask ales available. Friendly service. Music free. We had a really relaxing an enjoying time here. (Visited with Finn 03.05.2017).
The Star Inn is definitely one of Bath’s finest boozers. It is a cosy, traditional multi-room public house designed for drinking. The interior must be the best in town. They offer a small selection of cask beer (including Bass on gravity dispense) and some decent more “contemporary” bottles. Perhaps not the most exciting or edgy selection of beer out there, but I always find something to drink. Not a pub for seeking out new beers per se, but a must-visit pub for its character and charm.