The Barley Mow, established in 1854, is one of the oldest traditional pubs in Bath and is conveniently situated at the end of Great Pultney Street, one of Baths finest Georgian Promenade’s, and just off the Kennet and Avon Canal tow path.
The Barley Mow has now been published in several books as a great ungentrified treasure and in the Bath Chronical as one of the top 10 pubs outside the City Centre.
With live music on most weekends and renowned for its Bluegrass and Gypsy Jazz sessions on Wednesdays, The Barley Mow is a fantastic venue for such events. Please check our events page for more info.
Our Sunday carvery is recognised for its quality and consistency (we don’t usually take bookings, but please phone in advance if you are joining us as a large group). In addition, there is a huge selection of local ales, craft beers, European lagers and world wines to enjoy.
We show BT sports on all our TVs for all the Football and Rugby mad supporters like ourselves and are Dog friendly. We also have a smoking terrace and great locals that know everything.
We are proud to uphold our bohemian heritage as a welcoming establishment in Bath. Come and join us at The Barley Mow!