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The Blathwayt Arms

Lansdown, BATH, BA1 9BT

Named after William Blathwayt, the 17th-century politician who established the War Office as an official government department. Blathwayt effectively became the country's first Minister for War; his National Trust country house a few miles from the pub is known for its deer park. With its welcoming approach to dogs, children and muddy boots, this is a proper pub serving anything from a pint of Otter to a plate of Blathwayt steak and ale pie. Mulled wine is supped around log fires in winter, while barbecues in summer are prepared in the large garden, which has a children's play area and overlooks Bath Racecourse.

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Tel: 01225 421995
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Principal beers

Otter Bitter, Abbey Ales Bellringer

Open

All day all week

Facilities

Children welcome.
Children's play area.
Garden.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.

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2m N of Bath, next to Bath Racecourse

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