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Inns in Priston

Ring O' Bells
High Street
Priston
Bath

BA2 9EE | View map

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The Ring O' Bells is a traditional country inn run by two chefs, set in the picturesque village of Priston, two miles from the Georgian city of Bath. The pub is an unpretentious place with skittles teams, cricket teams and morris men, excellent rustic cookery including local game and fresh fish. The rooms above the pub have luxury pocket sprung mattresses, egyptian cotton bedding, lcd tv's and a fully fitted kitchen - diner if guests would like to cook for themselves. Nearby is the award winning wedding venue 'Priston Mill', national trust's Iford Manor, the world heritage city of Bath and endless country walks to discover. The pub is a lively place full of interesting characters from gamekeepers to landowners and everyone else in-between (why stay in a chain hotel?). The owners are always on hand with local knowledge and know how and recently their food was described by the western daily press as 'gob-smackingly delicious'

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