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172 Long Ashton Road,
Long Ashton,
BS41 9LT

Tel: 01275 392244

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Follow us _on FacebookThe Angel Inn has played an important part in the history of the village. Both the Inn, which still has its original oak roof and the outbuilding to the rear are regarded as being of special architectural and historical interest and are Grade II listed buildings. The outbuilding is no longer used as a stable, but as a home for the swallows which can be seen from April to September coming and going in the hayloft, as they have done for centuries, which is always left open for them. The saddle hooks can still be seen in the walls and the drinking trough now houses flowers.

Read our Tripadvisor ReviewsAlthough there have been a few changes over the centuries, The Angel Inn is still a beautiful and impressive building, retaining many features such as the huge fireplace which is still the main heating for the building, wooden shutters and heavy oak doors. It is still the village pub with a long tradition of serving ale and traditional good food to the public.
The Angel Inn Long Ashton 

Our beautiful rooms offer all the comfort you would expect and want whilst staying away from home. All rooms are equipped with digital TV, hairdryer, iron and complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits. Breakfast is served between 7am & 9am and is charged separately, ranging between £5 and £8 depending on your choice.​

A wide variety of traditional ales to refreshing local ciders, you’re bound to find a personal favourite.
The Angel Inn 

From grilled rump steak to beer battered fish , our pub food is a must on your night out!

Food Serving Times
Monday to Saturday 12pm - 5pm

Monday to Saturday 5pm - 9pm

Sunday Lunch
Sunday 12pm - 3pm

Opening Hours
Monday - Friday
12pm - 11pm

11am - 11pm

11am - 10:30pm
The Angel Inn 

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