Hall & Woodhouse, Bath
49 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
Tips from locals
Chic bar and British restaurant with a modern vintage vibe in 4 airy rooms with a fantastic roof terrace and great views.
Gorgeous interior, great atmosphere and good selection of beers and pub food.
Big multi level establishment with bar and restaurant sections, plus a rooftop bar
Great cafe bar and restaurant in central Bath behind Jolly’s department store. Open plan and airy. Funky seating. Good atmosphere.
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