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Cycling in from Limpley Stoke I usually use No 10 cafe across the aqueduct as a coffee stop but it was closed so went under bridge & tried Cross Guns pub:) 1stly the location is wonderful especially the tables down by the river but £6.50...More
This pub used to be a favourite back in the 80s, but enjoyed a first visit for years last week. Location is unbeatable with a table by the river on a perfect summer evening. Menu relatively limited (no starters as standard) but presentation and quality...More
Me & my chums walked to Avoncliffe from Bath to work up an appetite and were a little nervous about what we'd find when we got there. Would it rammin'? Would all the food have been eaten? Would they have loads of food but only...More
Got here after a long walk at about 6pm.
Managed to get a table outside, it was not as busy as I thought it would be.
Food came out quite quickly and all of our meals were very tasty, especially the fish and chips.
Stunning place in a stunning location - perfect place to end up after a walk along the canal
The only thing that let’s this place down is the food
So if your after a drink you’ll be happy but not if you order food
We walked from Bath to Avoncliff along the canal, it was a lovely sunny Sunday and the walk was delightful and the views spectacular .Avoncliff is approximately 7+ miles away along the canal route. Once you reach there you cross the aqueduct you can go...More
Ordered drinks on a quiet Sunday evening. The manager did a great job of making us feel particularly unwelcome for daring to open a bag of crisps not purchased onsite. He’s welcome to his policy written on a tiny sign (which we didn’t see). We...More
Love the cross guns. Sitting outside on a warm evening is perfect especially after a walk. I’ve not given 5 stars because it’s not as organised re food as it used to be. Staff are friendly, the guy is still quirky and fun but we...More