One of Bath’s Classic Pubs for Locals & Visitors Alike
The Curfew has history as one of Bath’s classic ale houses and is now the last Wadworth pub in the city. We sit behind wide pavements, part of the impressive Georgian façade of Cleveland Place and next to the iconic Cleveland Bridge. Our pub is light, airy and full of original features. The Curfew is a relaxed and welcoming but stylish community hub catering for residents, businesspeople, students and visitors alike.
Meet Your Hosts, Rhianne & Jamie
Although the building that The Curfew is in has a history that dates back nearly 200 years; as a Georgian bookshop and then a wine merchants, it’s only been a pub for just over 60. Your hosts, Rhianne & Jamie, have been breathing new life into the pub since they took it over in 2020. Their aim was and is to run The Curfew as a traditional, local community pub that welcomes local residents alongside visitors to the historic city of Bath.
What makes The Curfew such a classic? Three things really; Firstly, from the second you walk through the door you’ll feel at home in a light and airy space that’s full of contemporary features and cosy nooks where you can relax with a beer and good conversation. Secondly the beer or Real Ale to be exact. The Curfew is one of only a few Bath pubs that still keeps six pumps primed with real Wadworth ales and traditional ciders. Finally, the food. The Curfew serves a carefully chosen menu of great British pub dishes to complement the ales and the occasion.
The result is a welcoming and conducive environment where anyone can enjoy that thing that a proper pub should be - a place to get away from it all for a while and enjoy a little of what you like.