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Cross Guns, Avoncliff

The Cross Guns is a chocolate box 16th century Inn in the idyllic and tranquil village of Avoncliff, just outside Bath. A delightful mix of old and new, this pub has long been a firm favourite for families and dog walkers alike due to its stunning riverside location. On sunny days you could not ask for a more picture perfect English country pub garden than The Cross Guns’ terrace overlooking the river and nearby aqueduct. Whether you chose to eat outside or in the cosy wooden interior, food at The Cross Guns is seasonal, locally sourced and delicious pub fayre. The chefs cater for everyone from the uber carnivorous to the committed vegan so whether you’re popping in for breakfast, or a leisurely lunch, you will be well looked after here.
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