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Hat and Feather - Bath (January 2004)

The Hat and Feather was one of Bath’s most famous (or possibly notorious) pubs, thanks to its unconventional, lively and free-thinking clientel.

The original Hat and Feather dates back to at least 1752, though the current building was created at the beginning of the twentieth century as a result of a road widening scheme.

The Hat closed in 2004, and re-opened in 2005 as Hudson’s Bar and Grill.

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