If you want to enjoy Christmas and New Year in style then you should think about spending it in Bath. If you just want to come here for a few days it’s advisable to book a bed and breakfast in Bath as they are usually cheaper than staying in a hotel. There is so much to see and do in this wonderful city through-out the year but even more so during the festive season and you’re sure to love every minute. Continue reading
Brokerswood Country Park will be welcoming a very special guest back this December, as the Santa Train will be running to Santa’s Grotto from 8 December. Continue reading
Last chance to admire an Olympic fashion statement at the Sport and Fashion Exhibition
There is so much to see and do on your Bath bed and breakfast break away and you may struggle to decide what to do with so much choice around. Why not head to the Sport and Fashion Exhibition at the Fashion Museum to see the fascinating outfit made famous by Amy Williams at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics? Continue reading
Five of the UK’s top wine critics will be coming to Bath on 24th November for a Christmas Fair that is a must for any wine lovers enjoying spa breaks in Bath.
Collectively, the critics are known as ‘The Wine Gang’ and the respect that they command in the world of wine has brought over 350 different wines to the Guildhall for the Christmas Fair. Anyone interested in the event who is staying in a b and b in Bath will have the opportunity to taste all of these wines, and throughout the day tutored wine tastings with winemakers will help to refine the palate. Continue reading
A museum in Bath is to put on an exhibition of stunning watercolours – some of which will also be for sale – next month, it has been announced.
Taking place at the Bath and North East Somerset Council’s Victoria Art Gallery from 24 November – 20 January 2013, it will feature works from acclaimed local artist Bob Rudd. Continue reading
When staying in a luxury b and b in Bath, there are plenty of interesting and beautiful sights to see in the heart of the city, including Bath Abbey. To welcome the start of the build up to Christmas and to get shoppers in the spirit of the season, Bath Abbey is holding a number of short carol services.
There are so many ways for you to enjoy the local produce that you can find in and around Bath. Whether you want to taste delicious Somerset fruit, vegetables or cheeses, or are more interested in sampling the county’s famous cider, you will have plenty of opportunities to do just that whilst staying at a b and b in Bath.
One of the things you can get involved with during October is the tours around the Bath Ales brewery, a small independent brewery that uses traditional techniques to make its award-winning ales. On October 11th and October 18th, you can enjoy a tour around the brewery, find out about the history of brewing inBath and sample some of the delicious ales produced at the brewery. Continue reading
Anyone heading to Somerset’s spa city for one of the relaxing spa breaks in Bath or to enjoy some of the city’s rich culture on offer while staying in a local b and b in Bath, you may well like to enjoy one of the forthcoming classical concerts celebrating the life and works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The Bath Mozartfest is an annual event which will be taking place during November 9 – 17 and will see a whole host of talented musical artists taking to the stage for a variety of wonderful daytime and evening concerts. Continue reading
Motorsport fans staying in a local b and b in Bath shortly might like to include a day visit to the local race circuit at Castle Combe as they will be holding their annual Charity Supercar Saturday event on October 20.
The Supercar Saturday is being held in collaboration with the Stroke Association and will give any visitors attending a chance to not only see some of the most exotic supercars and classic cars on the planet, but also have the opportunity to take a ride and be driven around the famous Castle Combe race circuit by a celebrity driver. Continue reading
Many people pay a visit to the most famous address in Bath each year: No.1 Royal Crescent. Now a museum, it portrays upper class life in an 18th century town house. This was the first house to be built in the Royal Crescent, featuring a Palladian masterpiece design by the architect John Wood the Younger.
On October 14, No.1 Royal Crescentwill host a special closing ceremony before it goes through a period of refurbishment. The project will see No.1 reunited with its original servants’ wing at No.1a, which is due to be opened in late November. Continue reading