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This beautiful 16th Century village Inn is ideally located on the banks of the River Frome at Freshford, on the outskirts of Bath. The surrounding countryside is part of The Cotswolds Area Of Outstanding Beauty and is favoured by many cyclists, joggers and walkers - the pick of the trails being the Two Valleys Walk. With original timber beams, open fires, a pretty beer garden, ample car parking and a very warm welcome - the Inn is a true destination pub serving great food, real ales and fine wines.
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I was staying nearby in Limpley Stoke and the Hop Pole was shut, so decided to walk the 30 minutes to Freshford for an evening meal. What a GREAT decision!
Travelling on my own, I was slightly nervous at entering a village pub alone in...More
We regularly meet friends and family here as it's a half way point for us all. This is one of the cosiest pubs I know of, with open fires and comfortable, rustic furnishings. Very well decorated and quirky outside seating. Two pub cats with amusing...More
We found this gem after an afternoon in Bath - Freshford train station is very close by and we were staying at a nearby hotel at Limpley Stoke.
The food was lovely - we chose some of their mini taster dishes and a nice bottle...More
We live locally so would like this to be better, but it’s so variable - sometimes you go and it’s great, sometimes not so. It’s in a beautiful location which I think is why they can get away with being so variable. The food can...More
We came here to eat between Christmas and New Year thinking it would be quiet. We were lucky enough to get a table (especially lucky to get one by the roaring fire) and as soon as the food arrived we understood why it was such...More
An attractive stone-built pub in this very pleasant village, there is some landscaped and terraced gardens to one side to make the most of the views over the valley. Internally it’s clearly had something of a makeover and whilst it does have something of a...More
What a delightful place! Two open fires - birch logs burning bright (Birch is amazing to burn as it glows) and stunning surroundings. But the Pork Belly was extraordinary. Crispy, succulent, tender, almost toffee apple like in the way it was just the right type...More
The Inn has gone through numerous owners without much change but the most recent have done very well with the pub. Every time I pass by the car park is always full and you can see happy customers through the windows.