Bars and Pubs – Bath Hen Do
Did someone say drinks? Cocktail quaffing, champagne sipping, real ale, whatever your tipple Bath has some great bars and pubs for your Bath hen party.
The Bath Pubs website lists all of the 100+ pubs in Bath. Hen nights in Bath traditionally cruise the bigger city centre pubs such as The Bell, The Tram shed, The Pig and Fiddle, The Slug and Lettuce, All Bar One, The Rat and Parrot, Gascoyne Place, O’Neill’s, and The Huntsman.
Chapter 01. This pub offers the best beers, with a focus on local and independent breweries but not ignoring quality brews from further afield.
Bath’s Circo cocktail bar and lounge is a chic blend of the old and the new. Featuring one of the most extensive back bars in Bath, there is a stunning array of cocktails on offer, as well as a comprehensive Champagne, wine and spirits list.
Sub 13, handsomely decorated with sweeping leather booths and subdued lighting, we think it’s the perfect place to be, whether it’s for a party with cocktails or just a few quiet drinks. There’s a stunning garden to the rear as well as pavement tables to sit and watch the world go by …and the Champagne lounge is a real hidden gem too!
The Common Room. Don’t live like the common people! Come and lose yourself at The Common Room. We do draught, we do cocktails, we have a stunning range of spirits. We do retro for the nostalgic, we do glam for the party people. Relax, take a load off, or dance the night away on our disco dance floor. Whatever floats your boat. Whether you’re after a swift pint or a full on cocktail night out with the girls, we have it all. Bring your smile and friends and party all night long.
The Cork, comprising of two bars, two vaulted party pods and a conservatory and large al fresco terrace area, The Cork is the perfect pub to socialise, relax and watch live sport or have a full on party!
Dark Horse. The owners goal has been to create a space that is welcoming and relaxed, with the highest level of both drinks and service.
Hall and Woodhouse, which opened in the summer of 2010, is also proving to be very popular.
The Hideout. For both whiskey connoisseurs and casual drinkers, you’ll find a world of tastes and flavours. Relax in an original and exclusive environment 7 days a week.
The King William Pub – 4 real ales, over 30 craft beers, an amazing selection of wines and a unique and a daily changing menu all available in this gem on London Road.
The Locksbrook Inn. A pub who’s food is firmly grounded in relaxed, gastropub territory, but with a few surprises. The menu’s packed with fresh ingredients and dishes for sharing.
The Opium Bar is one of Bath’s best kept secrets. Hidden underneath Pulteney Bridge it is well worth seeking out for the classy drinks, friendly if somewhat eccentric staff and the sumptuous interior.