All three of our pubs share the same ethos, comfortable and welcoming spaces where you can enjoy great food and drink. Each site is unique; The Garricks Head  a historic building, once the house of Baths Georgian playboy Beau Nash, The King William also a listed building seems like a discovery every time you visit and The Oakhill Inn, a country pub with rooms has the space to spend a few days away.

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The Garrick’s Head pub and dining room was the former home of Beau Nash; unsurprisingly, it’s a grand building with stately proportions. Its location next to the Theatre Royal always makes for an interesting and colourful crowd. It is open every day from noon onwards, and lunch and dinner are served in the bar, on the terrace or in the beautiful dining room.

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The King William

For over 150 years the King William has welcomed residents and visitors to historic Bath. Charlie and Amanda Digney took over the King William back in 2004 with the focus then as it is now on being the best a Great British pub can be. Recommended for the quality of its food for over 12 years in the Waitrose Good Food Guide and now in the Trencherman’s guide, King William remains one of Bath’s most popular real ale pubs.

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