You are hereCurfew Inn, Bath

Curfew Inn, Bath

The Curfew Inn at 11 Cleveland Place, Bath dates from around the 1820’s.  It was designed by Henry Edmund Goodridge (Born 1797 – Died 26 October 1864) who’s other work include the Grade II listed Cleveland Bridge in Bath and the folly now known as Beckford's Tower though originally named Lansdown Tower.  

The building was originally a bookshop, becoming a wine merchants in 1837 and eventually changing to a public house named the Curfew Inn around 1960.  Strange experiences reported in 2009 led to an article in The Sun by Tim Spanton (dated 27th September 2010) in which he states ‘A poltergeist at the Curfew Inn was said to have interfered with beer taps in February and to have tried to play a pool shot.

Note: The novelist William Thomas Beckford (Born 1 October 1760 – Died 2 May 1844) appears on the original property deeds.   


Javascript is required to view this map.

The Dolphin Hotel, Littlehampton

Ellie and Katie along with their staff have created a warm and friendly pub with a traditional feel and traditional values. They have worked hard to turn the Dolphin into one of the safest, cleanest and most welcoming pubs around. Between them they have nearly 30 years experience in the pub and catering trade. Read More »



Recent comments

Featured Site