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PUBS & BARS IN FROME

There's an eclectic mix of pubs in Frome where you can meet friends and quench your thirst. Browse through the list below to find the perfect place.

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The Three Swans

Situated in the heart of Frome, The Three Swans is a recently renovated, quirky pub with beautifully kept ales and the best pork pies and scotch eggs in the whole of the South West. Enjoy a drink in this dog-friendly pub which also has a small courtyard.

Website: www.thethreeswans.com
Email: mail@threeswans.pub
Address: 16 - 17 King Street, Frome, Somerset BA11 1BH
Phone: 01373 452009

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The Archangel, Frome

Situated amongst the steep hills and cobbled streets of the historic market town of Frome, the four star-rated Archangel dates back as far as the Domesday Book and was first recorded as an Inn in 1311. The listed building now boasts a free-floating glass restaurant where you can dine on sumptuous and seasonal dishes before retreating to one of their 10 quirky rooms full of old-world charm.

Website: www.archangelfrome.com
Phone: 01373 456111

 

The Artisan, Frome

The Artisan - formerly The Olive Tree, and The Ship before that is one of the venerable dozen, a surviving pub from the late18th Century. Now an independently run gastro pub serving high quality food daily, with carefully crafted seasonal menus that use as many local ingredients as possible.

Website: www.the-artisan-frome.co.uk
Phone: 01373 300102

 

Bar Lotte, Frome

Bar Lotte is a relaxed wine and cocktail bar in Fabulous Frome. With free live music on Wednesday and Sunday nights, here you will find divine cocktails, wine and beer on tap, a selection of delicious small plates and sharing platters as well as a very warm welcome. This casual, cosy atmosphere is the perfect place to meet with friends!

Website: www.bistrolottefrome.co.uk/bar-lotte

Phone: 01373 301068

 

The Bell, Buckland Dinham

The Bell Inn is an historic 16th Century Grade II Listed family run village pub within the conservation area of Buckland Dinham near Frome. The dog and family friendly pub boasts a host of period features including an inglenook fireplace in the bar, exposed stone walls and an attached converted barn which is perfect for private dining or small parties.

Website: www.bellatbuckland.com
Phone: 01373 462956

 

The Bell, Standerwick

Whether it’s a quick snack or out and about with the family The Bell at Standerwick cater for everyone, family get togethers, small functions for up to 50 people and offering a wide range of excellent pub food, made with the freshest of ingredients locally sourced and cooked to order.

Website: www.thebell-standerwick.co.uk
Phone: 
01373 830413

 

The Blue Boar

The Blue Boar is one of the forty three inns marked on the 1774 map of Frome but, with its central position, it is certainly one of the oldest dozen. With a central location this classic pub offers a friendly atmosphere, B&B, Karaoke, good food and is open from 10am every day!
Phone: 01373 302851

The Cornerhouse

The Cornerhouse Frome Hotel, Pub and Grill offers fantastic local real ales & ciders, premium lagers and a carefully selected wine list, plus dining in the brasserie style bar. They also have 7 unique en suite B&B bedrooms, and have regular live music.

Website: www.thecornerhousefrome.co.uk
Phone: 01373 472042

The Cross Keys, Rode

Situated on the old Fussell's Brewery Site in the heart of Rode, this old country Inn, circa 17th century, has many lovely features to enjoy, one of which is the working Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee Clock, but more importantly the Inn has a warm, welcoming and cosy feel to it.

Website: www.crosskeysrode.co.uk
Phone: 01373 830900

The Crown Inn, Frome

The Crown at Keyford dates from the mid-1600s and has been recently refurbished with a function room, overnight accommodation, beer garden, and dining area. With a a well-stocked bar it serves a wealth of great Uruguayan/Argentinian food.

Website: www.crowninnfrome.co.uk
Phone: 07951 496 229

 

Fox & Hounds, Tytherington

Situated in the heart of beautiful Somerset, this family run country pub is a hugely successful local. The comfortable bar is stocked with popular beers, ciders and well-chosen wines and spirits.

Website: www.foxandhoundspub.co.uk
Phone: 
01373 473902

 

The Frome Flyer

Named after F1 driver and local boy Jenson Button and nestled in the quiet area of Frome in Somerset, the Frome Flyer is brimming with contemporary charm & offers a wide variety of tasty, classic pub dishes, which are all served up with a smile by the friendly team.

Website: www.tabletable.co.uk
Phone: 
01373 468980

 

The Full Moon, Rudge

The original building which houses the pub and restaurant dates from about 1690 when the Full Moon was a coaching inn. Nowadays they also have en-suite accommodation in cottage buildings across the car park with 18 rooms, including 4 family rooms, plus a restaurant serving home cooked local produce and a friendly bar with real ales and ciders.

Website: www.thefullmoon.co.uk
Phone: 01373  830936

The George Hotel

The George, named after the Saint, not a king. It's position on Market Place would back up its claim to be, if not the oldest, certainly among the oldest three pubs in town. It has has 28 ensuite bedrooms, a hotel lounge, several comfortable dining areas, high tables for drinks and a balcony room for meetings and corporate events.

Website: www.georgehotelfrome.co.uk
Phone: 01373 462584

 

The George at Nunney

The George at Nunney is a 17th century coaching Inn situated in the village of Nunney, near Frome in Somerset. The Inn has an excellent reputation for its cosy rooms, delicious food and a friendly service. We pride ourselves on our relaxing atmosphere combining period features with contemporary lighting and decor.

Website: www.thegeorgeinnnunney.com
Phone: 01373 836458

 

The Griffin

The Griffin Frome is open with Landlord Rik Lyall and his friendly staff. Frome's beloved pub The Griffin is open daily for drinks and they serve food 6 days a week (every day except Tuesday) with their food partners, Thai Spice. Food is available to eat in or take-away (collection only). They also host a variety of live events.

Websitewww.griffinfrome.co
Phone: 01373 466299

 

The Lamb and Fountain

The Lamb and Fountain Inn on Castle Street, AKA “Mother’s”, on account of its famous, venerable landlady is certainly pre-1700 and the front door is original. The layout inside this lovely community pub is more like a traditional cider or ale house and boasts a secret garden with the best view in Frome.
Website: www.facebook.com/Lamb-and-Fountain

Phone: 01373 463414

The Mill at Rode

The Mill at Rode is a beautiful riverside bar and restaurant set in it's own glorious grounds. The Mill makes a wonderful venue for drinking and dining with friends either in the sympathetically designed restaurant itself or on the deck overlooking the river.
Website: www.themillatrode.com

Phone: 01373 673112

The Old Bath Arms

Dating from the early 1800s, this stone pub with rooms fronts a small lane in the lively village centre. It offers extensive accommodation plus a pair of vibrant bars and a traditional dining room that serves wood-fired pizzas, tapas and pub classics.
Website: www.theoldbatharms.co.uk

Phone: 01373 465045

Palmer Street Bottle

A bottle shop, serving lunch and brunch, with a tap bar and a cheese counter.

Website: www.palmerstbottle.co.uk

Phone: 07971 012611

 

The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak is a free house with a large range of draft lagers, ciders and well kept real ale.  They do not serve food, but are one of the very few quintessential old fashioned drinking pubs left in Frome. With BT and Sky sports, including the horse racing channels.

Website: www.royaloakfrome.co.uk
Phone: 01373 462499

The Sun Inn

The Sun Inn is a lively locals pub and boasts one of Frome's largest courtyard gardens. It is well known for its real ales, cold filter beers, traditional 'rough' Somerset ciders and large selection of spirits.

Website: www.thesuninnfrome.co.uk

Phone: 01373 471913

The Talbot Inn, Mells

The Talbot Inn is a traditional yet stylish coaching inn located in the heart of the historic village of Mells, 5 minutes from Frome in some of Somerset’s most stunning countryside.

Website: www.talbotinn.com
Phone: 
01373 812254

 

23 Bath Street

23 Bath Street is a family run business, with a dedicated team of friendly staff. 23 offers a huge variety of entertainment including live shows with internationally renowned to local artists, family-friendly shows, gaming, fun days, open mic and even risqué cabaret.

Website: 23bathst.co.uk

Phone: 01373 455387

The White Hart, Trudoxhill

The White Hart, Trudoxhill is a traditional village pub set in the heart of the Somerset countryside. With delicious home cooked food, a selection of up to four local real ales and a warm and friendly welcome, the White Hart is sure to make you want to return time and time again.

Website: www.whiteharttrudoxhill.co.uk
Phone: 01373 836324

The Vine Tree

The Vine Tree is a traditional Sports focused pub located in the heart of Frome open 7 days a week.
The Tree House is the upstairs 110-capacity music venue, with live events progammed by the Cheese & Grain.
Both the pub & venue weclome guests aged 18+.

Website: www.facebook.com/FromeVineTree
Phone: 
01373 466877

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