Mon - Thu: 7am to 12am
Fri - Sat: 7am to 1am
Sun: 7am to 12am
|Awarded a Food Hygiene Rating of 5|
|Cask Marque Accredited|
The Bath Arms is located in the centre of Warminster town and is one of the town’s three surviving grade II listed 18th-century inns.
With photos, local history and commissioned artwork running throughout the pub and hotel areas, guests can take a step back in time to the town’s Anglo Saxon roots.
There are 10 bedrooms, comprising convertible twins/doubles and family rooms, as well as a fully accessible room for guests with disabilities. All rooms have en suite shower and bath facilities, plasma TV, tea- and coffee-making facilities, hair dryer and free Wi-Fi.
The pub has an enclosed beer garden at the rear and ample space inside for diners and drinkers alike.
Warminster is situated along the A36 Salisbury-to-Bath road and the A350 Shaftsbury-to-Trowbridge road. It is approximately 10 miles from the A303 and 30 miles from the M3.
The train station is just a 10-minute walk away. With local taxis and buses running just across the road from the hotel, the chance to explore the area is right on your doorstep.
Just a few metres from the town centre are the lake pleasure grounds, complete with tennis courts, boating lake, children’s play area and skate park. At the far end is Smallbrook Meadow, a nature reserve managed by the Wildlife Trust. Shearwater Lake is located just outside Warminster and is perfect for fishing or just a leisurely stroll. Longleat safari park is just eight miles from the hotel and can be reached easily by taxi. Stonehenge is 15 miles away. With the train station close by, it’s easy to explore the historical cities of Bath and Salisbury.