Tucked in amongst the bustle of The Lanes, Bath Arms is a classic Brighton boozer boasting hearty fare, a plush plot in this historic part of the city and a history all their very own.
Dating back to an impressive 1868, Bath Arms has stood the test of time, retaining its classic features in The Lanes' historic and cobbled surroundings. Whilst rumours of their very own Victorian ghost might put some off, it's not enough to keep laid back punters away from the Bath Arms' classic interiors. From mahogany tones and dated furniture to exposed fireplaces, an island bar and a plot of street side tables out front, it's rustic and original.
A top notch retreat for a little pocket friendly fare, Bath Arms make no bones about ensuring that their menu spread is locally sourced and done to pub faring standards, with the likes of beer battered line caught cod and chips coming in at £9.50. Don't be surprised to find Bath Arms conjuring up their own liquor concoctions where Plum Brandy and other gin style treats are hand-made and unique; There's an ever changing roster of local ales and classic bottles of wine to be found too.
- Lounge Bar , Pub , Restaurant Bar
- Eating and Drinking , Chatting and Drinking , Chilling with mates
- The Lanes
- Happily Affordable ££
- Wheelchair Access
Bath Arms, 3-4, Meeting House Lane, BN1 1HB