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One of the most relaxed evenings I have had for a long long time. The staff were so welcoming the menu only had 3 items in it and luckily one was gluten free it was the best Curry I have for years with no rice...More
We enjoyed our evening at Cross Guns. The rang of beers and wines is good. We visited late afternoon for a drink following a long journey; we are staying nearby. We booked to have a meal in the evening. The staff and service were very...More
We visited on Saturday 23 September at 1.45pm, ordered, at 2.00pm, two main meals and one baguette. We were told there was a 30 minute wait, which was understandable as pub was busy. However, one hour later, I went to ask what was happening and...More
We cycled along the canal whilst on holiday in Bath and were near this pub at lunchtime. The garden looked nice with tables on three levels going down to the canal. My husband and son had the beer battered fish and chips and the quote...More
A return visit, we do like the Cross Guns!
Food good, service excellent and a return visit will definitely be on the cards!
Has a children's menu.
Really nice revamp to outside seating area - is looking good and what a beautiful spot by the...More
My wife and I visited with our guide dog puppy in training and a withdrawn guide dog that we were boarding. We entered the pub restaurant with the intention of enquiring whether our dogs would be admitted. Almost immediately, we were invited to occupy a...More
We often stop here on a cycle ride for a cup of tea, and are impressed with the friendly staff in the deli shed, and the refurbished garden.
Yesterday we decided to have lunch from the pub menu. The tacos we ordered were cold, bland...More
Walked from Bradford on Avon for a couple of pints and a meal at the Cross Guns. Didn't realise it had been hipstered. Uninspiring overpriced menu and real ale with the clarity of canal water meant we walked back to BOA and ate elsewhere. Another...More