Built and opened in 1710, The Old Green Tree is a good old-fashioned British pub, which was refurbished to include beautiful oak panelling. Other than a few changes to add modern comfort, the pub remains unspoiled, and is listed in CAMRA’s inventory of historic pub interiors. The pub was also awarded the Bath and Borders CAMRA Pub of the Year 2016. The lunch menu promises an extensive doorstep sandwich menu and a fantastic ploughman’s lunch. Daily specials such as chilli con carne and beef and ale pie are popular and can be paired with one of six real ales, including the exclusive Green Tree Ale. For a hearty meal, why not plump for sausages and mash with a choice of two sauces? On Sundays they serve a delicious traditional roast with all the trimmings. With a fantastic food offering, plenty of great beer and seven choices of wine, it’s no wonder that National Geographic rated The Old Green Tree one of the top ten pubs in the UK.