The Farmers Arms is a
Traditional City Public House
The Farmers consists of three rooms, the top room (photographed left) being considered more as a dining area, although there are no set rules on this.
The Glue pot (the edge of which is pictured below) is where the locals tend to gather. It has an open fire which makes it actually rather warm on winters' nights - depending who is in charge of the logs!
There is also an outside patio which is south facing and consequently a wonderful suntrap. There are (standing) views of the cathedral from the patio and there is also an outside bar (seasonal) which offers a lovely ambience on balmy summer nights.
The Farmers Arms' kitchen is now closed for the winter period. If it is food you are after, try the Bishops (top of Goat Street on Cross Square, just 100 yards) The Bishops offers an extensive menu ranging from Pub Favourites to Specials.