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The Battleaxes

Bristol Road, WRAXALL, BS48 1LQ

Built in 1882, The Battleaxes was originally staff quarters for the many servants working for the Gibbs family, who owned the now National Trust-run Tyntesfield Estate. A great example of Gothic Revival architecture, the pub is owned by Flatcappers, a small local pub company. Have a pint of Butcombe Bitter or Flatcapper Ale while you peruse the menu. Breakfast is served between 8 and 12, but if it's lunch or dinner you're after, no problem. Black pudding Scotch egg might be a good place to start, followed by steak and chips; or roast Loch Duart salmon; desserts might include vanilla rice pudding with poached rhubarb, or a choice of West Country cheeses.

Further information

Tel: 01275 857473
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Three Castles Flatcapper Ale, Butcombe Bitter, Bath Ales Dark Side, Bristol Beer Factory


All day all week


Children welcome.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.
Bedrooms available.



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Take A370 from Bristol towards Weston-Super-Mare. Exit for B3130 signed Wraxall. Pub on left in village

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