Pulteney Arms37 Daniel Street
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This Pulteney Arms, which has been open since 1792, is tucked away near to the end of Great Pulteney Street. Its most unique feature are four gas light fittings (now sadly condemned) above the bar. The decor shows an emphasis on sport, particularly rugby, with the pub conveniently close to Bath Rugby's Recreation ground. The cat symbol featured in the pub sign refers to the Pulteney coat of arms. There is wood-burning stove in the bar and a small function room, suitable for meetings, upstairs. The food menu is extensive and deservedly popular but note that there is no food on Sunday evenings. Two regulars and up to three guests. Traditional ciders style: various Lilley's flavours, orchard pig, Old Rosie.