History

A couple of months back, when we hadn't been open that long and every day was still crazy, a lovely bloke with a big bag of chips breezed into the pub to have a look at the ceiling upstairs.   He'd heard about it from colleagues and...

As part of National Heritage Open Day, local historian and author of the Lost Pubs of Bath Kirsten Elliott came and gave a talk up in Pococks Living Room.  The event was completely packed out and since, we have had a lot of people saying...

We are quite frankly overwhelmed by all the fantastic support we have had from our neighbours, new customers, friends and the press since we got to The Grapes.   A recent fabulous double page spread in the Bath Chronicle and photo feature have got lots of people...

It was a real privilege to talk to Bath Newseum recently, even if i did look a bit tired :)   Check out the video to find out a bit more about the building but also to see what plans we have for the future.  Richard Wyatt...

As part of Heritage Open Day, we are opening our Jacobean Living Room for an evening with Kirsten Elliott, local historian and author of the wonderful Lost Pubs of Bath.   Starting at 6pm there is limited space and not that many tickets left but do head...

Although our building has some amazing original features in the upper stories such as the Jacobean ceiling in the upstairs living room and panelling from the same era in some of the bedrooms, the bar itself hasn’t fared so well over the centuries. I was very excited though that...

It turned out my husband John was secretly on the hunt for a micropub when he came home one day and told me about this amazing pub in Bath he had stumbled across. He didn't really think that more about it but a couple of...