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10 Manvers St, Bath BA1 1JQ, UK – 01225 464449
Good night on a Thursday but one of the girls on entry was a real pain and made it a pretty poor start to the night
Decent nightclub with averagely priced drinks, nothing too special. There's lots of bars spread around inside so the queues are never too long which is always good. The bar/terrace on the floor above is a nice place to relax also.
8 N Parade, Bath BA2 4AL, UK – 020 3475 1603
One of the better nights out in the town, a friendly atmosphere with some good student nights for classic music and much better value for money on entry and drinks than Bridge opposite. Toilets are rather rubbish and the only let-down.
floor very wet and slippery which caused me and my mate to fall a couple times. big safety risk but still phenomenal to watch my friend deck it down the toilet stairs. id pay admission just to see that alone. 4 out of 5 stars. would take a tumble here again.
7 Bladud Buildings, Bath BA1 5LS, UK – 01225 312508
Really cozy, entry is standard £5 or even £3 sometimes. Has two rooms, the normie room which plays Hip Hop and similar, and the alternative room which plays older rock music and such. Don't believe the "Toast Tuesdays" hype. It is a real thing, but their claim of offering "hundreds of free toasties/donuts/waffles" is rather exaggerated. You will be lucky to get anything at all. Also, Toast Tuesdays closes at 2AM. But otherwise good club and they don't fill it up too bad. Quite close to Moles so if you are rich enough to go club-crawling you can hop between the two.
toast tuesdays are pretty good!! the staff are very nice aswell!! this past tuesday louise on the downstairs bar made sure i was okay and got me water when she noticed i was fading a little - give her a raise!!
Entry Hill, Bath BA2 5NA, UK – 01225 834248
A great place to practice for beginner's and most greens are good the fairways are looking hairy at the moment they are normally better than they were today The practice green is not in the best condition would help if it was as good as the course greens still a good course to play would recommend it to anyone
Really reasonably priced public golf course. Probably not for the purists, but ideal for a casual round. Pretty difficult for total beginners as narrow fairways!
Sham Castle, Golf Course Rd, Bath BA2 6JG, UK – 01225 463834
Great golf course and club house, will be going back to play it again soon. (Give Star course.)
Course in very good condition. Great beers and ciders in the bar too.
Golf Course Rd, Bath BA2 6JG, UK
Came here on a ten year graduation reunion. Lay back and star gazed for hours enjoying the view and the peace and quiet just like we used to when we were students, was still clean and open and easy to access (as long as you know where you're going). If you're going at night take a torch to get through the gates
Nice views from Sham Castle - the actual castle is in ruins but if you enjoy golf; there is a good golf course here.
5-6 Harington Pl, Bath BA1 1HF, UK – 01225 425913
A great addition to bath city centre.
A great club with a lovely atmosphere.
Combe Hay Ln, Bath BA2 8PA, UK – 01225 832491
A good social club with a reasonable selection of alcoholic beverages at affordable prices, live music on some Saturday nights, also has a skittle alley, pool table, and they are the home of the Bath Darts team. They also have a Gribbidge nights for those who like playing cards.
Just a drive by on way home from cribs, nice open spaces pleasant ground well kept.
105 High St, Bath BA2 1DB, UK – 01225 313247
Bath City us a community owned football club. It is a great place to watch non-league football. It is a friendly club with a bar that serves real ale on matchdays. It is available to hire for functions and wedding receptions.
Old and tired looking football ground from yesteryear left behind from the big money club's with their super stadiums. Coming to twerton park is a blast from the past and should be kept as a historical land mark and a reminder of how basic life was in the 50's through to the millennium. As a working soccer club though, Bath fc's day's are numbered!!!
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