Have a Georgian Christmas at No1 Royal Crescent

If you think your household puts a lot of preparation into getting Christmas perfect then just imagine how things were in the Georgian home! Better yet, experience it for yourself with a visit to No1 Royal Crescent this festive season. You’ll be able to watch the cook getting everything ready for a feast to impress, and if you’re feeling energetic you can put on an apron of your own and make some sweets to take away with you.

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Famous People of Bath – Mary Shelley

Mary Shelley, writer and English novelist is well known across the world for her Gothic novel Frankenstein, which has been reproduced many times and is as popular as ever today despite being written in 1818. Mary Shelley (nee Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin) was born in 1797 and died in 1851 after a rather troublesome and unusual life filled with tragedy, heartbreak and problems.

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Bath Visitor Card

The Bath Visitor Card enables you to see some of the best sights that the spa city of Bath has to offer and you can also get discounts on many attractions, events and much more across the city during your stay. For the low price of just £3 you can enjoy your Bath break and get exclusive deals in 45 different places. From restaurants to museums, tours to shopping – the Bath Visitor Card is great for anyone visiting the city and those who love a bargain.

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Paul Weller Visits Bath

This summer there is a fantastic Forest Live concert and famous musician Paul Weller is just one of the great artists that are playing at Westonbirt Arboretum. Throughout June and July there is a mix of musical talent playing at 7 different forest locations for you to enjoy. Since 2001 Forest Live has been the place for many great singers and artists including a whole host of well-known names from almost every genre.

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The Top Two Places To Eat In Bath

There are many fine places to eat in Bath and you will find food suitable for any palate and any age. The only difficulty you may face is choosing where to eat. Remember if you’re staying in a Bath bed and breakfast, you’ll have to find the majority of your meals elsewhere.

Here are the top two places to eat in Bath:

Casanis Restaurant

This French-Bistro restaurant is perfect if you’re looking for somewhere cosy but modern to eat a delicious range of foods. This restaurant has won many awards and quite rightly so. The food is exquisite and it’s not expensive. There’s always a relaxed atmosphere, no matter how busy it gets, making it a worthwhile place to visit.

Circus Cafe and Restaurant

The Circus Cafe and Restaurant is a family restaurant that’s always busy. The menus change every month and food is cooked in a traditional British style. Amazingly many of the regulars are locals, which just goes to show how great this place is. If you want to eat in style but be served by friendly and knowledgeable staff, the Circus Cafe and Restaurant is the place to dine.