Set amongst the rolling hills of the idyllic English countryside, this fabulously stylish pub, bar, and restaurant will allow you to relax, dine and mingle in the optimum style and comfort.
Perfect for lunch, and dinner, you’ll find a wide choice of menus boasting a catalogue of freshly prepared, deliciously tempting dishes, which have all been expertly prepared on site by our superbly talented chefs.
A great destination for all occasions, including celebratory lunches, dinners and drinks, you will also be able to enjoy a whole host of carefully selected wines, real ales, and lagers.
And, when the sun eventually makes a welcome appearance, The Bathamptom should always be your first port of call for drinks and a light bite to eat in the sunshine. Boasting an attractive outdoor space, which is perfect for al fresco dining, you’ll be able to relax, indulge and mingle in style.
Plenty of car parking is available on site and we are also a child friendly establishment, so please feel free to bring your little ones along too!
Situated just three miles to the east of the spa town of Bath, Bathampton is easily accessible, both by road and public transport.
If you’re travelling by train, The Bathampton Mill is just a nine minute drive from Bath Spa station.
Located in the quaint village of Bathampton, just two miles to the east of Bath on the south bank of the River Avon.
Just above the village, you’ll find Sham Castle, a folly, which was built in 1762 by Richard James. The Castle is illuminated at night – why not take a look after you’ve enjoyed a delicious evening meal at The Bathampton Mill.
If you’re looking to enjoy the great outdoors, the 20 acre Bathampton Meadow and Oxbow Wetland is a fabulous nature reserve that is home to an abundance of wildlife as well as trees, shrubs, and flowers. Bathwick Wood and Hengrove Wood are also close by.
The countless attractions of the picturesque spa town of Bath are also within easy reach. Explore the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, the Royal Crescent, and the Theatre Royal, before calling into The Bathampton Mill for a well earned rest and refuel.