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Bath Good Food Awards Winner

Opening Hours:

Monday - Friday:
12pm - 2.30pm,
5pm - 11pm

Saturday & Sunday:
12pm until close

Don't forget the Ring O Bells, and/or our function room can be hired privately.

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Welcome to the Ring O Bells

Situated in Widcombe, close to the centre of the famous spa city of Bath, the Ring O Bells is a two minute walk from Bath Spa railway and bus stations, and close to Bath Rugby and Cricket grounds.

Most definitely a family run pub and restaurant serving seasonal food using locally sourced ingredients, the Ring O Bells welcomes you with a warm, intimate atmosphere.

A wide selection of beers, real ale from Moles of Melksham and international wines are available, along with delicious and varied menus including everything from generous tapas with homemade bread to Sunday lunch, plus a la carte fine dining and a good selection of vegetarian dishes.

You'll find live jazz in the bar every Sunday evening, and events in the separate upstairs function room, which is also perfect for your private parties.

This country feel gastropub with flagstone floors and large tables is a great place to meet with friends and eat good food at any time of the week.

Adjacent to the River Avon and Kennet & Avon Canal, and close to Prior Park Gardens National Trust land, the Ring O Bells is also an ideal stop off point while exploring Bath.

Latest News:

2015 NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNER - at the Ring O Bells - Wed 31st December

Indulge yourself in a unique 3 course meal with Champagne on arrival and Amuse Bouche' from 40 per person

Celebrate, the arrival of the New Year and bid adieu to the old, with entertainment in our newly renovated music lounge upstairs after dinner. so gather your friends & family and lets raise a toast to 2015!

Food options - see the menu page for details.


We are currently exhibiting new artworks from Emma Rose.

Colourful figurative gardens, water and light alongside abstract flight of fancy. The alchemy of Indian inks and acrylics produce unusual pigments and nuance

Emma Rose art

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