Bath Arms Crockerton
Treat yourself to great food, welcoming accommodation and much more!
The Bath Arms in Crockerton near Warminster in Wiltshire is a traditional and charming country pub. Dating back to 17th century, the pub was part of the Longleat Estate until sold for death duties in 1923.
Nowadays, The Bath Arms is bustling with a mixture of local clientele and tourists visiting the beautiful surrounding Wiltshire countryside.
The bar has a feel of a ‘real local’ and in winter, the log burner is a fine sight to greet any weary traveller.
Look Inside (click image)
Monday to Saturday : 11am – 11pm
Food served: 12 noon – 2pm and 6.30pm – 9pm
(No food available on Mondays)
Sunday (Winter Hours): 12 noon – 6pm
Food served: 12 noon – 3pm
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If you are dining, the candle lit restaurant is laid with white linen napkins to give that feel of something that little bit special, or in the summer relax with al fresco dining while children can entertain themselves with our box of garden games.
With our two accommodation suites, The Bath Arms is the ideal resting post for visiting tourist destinations such as Longleat Safari Park, Shearwater Lakes, Stonehenge, Stourhead Gardens and the two historic cities of Bath and Salisbury.