The Roman Bath Public House

Historic Inn in York, Yorkshire

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9 St Sampsons Square
York
Yorkshire
England
YO1 8RN

The Roman Bath Public House, York

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Welcome to the Roman Baths York. A pub with a difference! We have great food accommodation entertainment and the Roman Bath museum all in one place. Where else in the UK can you dine sleep visit a Roman museum and enjoy a great evenings entertainment knowing you're above a Roman site with over 1800 years of history We are situated in the heart of York in the corner of St Sampson Square just minutes on foot from the railway station and seconds from the Minster.

We offer an extensive menu of home cooked food throughout the day until 3pm which includes our delicious daily specials alongside our daily menu. We have 5 letting rooms which include En-suite facilities in all rooms digital TV in all rooms Tea and coffee making facilities. In the evenings we are one of the few free entry live music venues in the City of York.

With an extensive range of genres we hope to cater for every taste.

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