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Enjoying an enviable city centre location, The Boater pub in Bath is situated just off the famous Pulteney Bridge. Perfect for a pint after a day of shopping, culture or watching the rugby, the pub’s central location makes us one of the city’s most popular haunts for tourists and locals alike - here’s how to find us:
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By Car

Local parking is paid only. You can park at Waitrose on Northgate Street, BA1 5AL. Or in the Manvers Street car park, BA1 1JW. Both just a short 2 minute walk away.

Driving Directions

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By Bus

If you arrive into the city’s Bus Station, turn right out of the bus station and head towards the train station. Turn left up Manvers Street (beside the Royal Hotel), then follow the rail instructions below to find the pub.

By Train

To find the pub from Bath Spa station, head straight out of the station and head up Manvers St. Follow your nose up Pierrepont street and along the Grand Parade – enjoying the views over Bath weir – then turn right at Pulteney Bridge. We’re on the right hand side, opposite the Central United Reformed Church.

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Contact Us

The Boater
9 Argyle Street
Bath
Somerset
BA2 4BQ
Tel:
01225 464 211
Email:
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Local Attractions

With the pub enjoying a central location right at the heart of Bath, there’s a wealth of interesting and exciting places to discover nearby. Sports fans can take in a game of rugby at the Bath Rugby stadium - 'The Rec', or a day’s cricket at Bath CC, while for something more relaxing there’s the Thermae Spa and famous Roman Baths.

Culture lovers can explore Bath Abbey and any number of museums and art galleries in the city centre.