Bath Aqua Glass pride themselves on the creation of stunning handmade glass products and jewellery items. No two pieces are ever the same, so if you want to buy someone special a gift as unique as they are look out for their stall at the Bath Christmas Market. Continue reading
Are you curious about Bath Spa, but prefer to make your own way around than join a guided tour? We may have found just the thing for you. Curious about Bath Spa is a handy booklet packed with walks around the city that will answer all your questions and then some. Continue reading
There’s far more to Bath than its impressive shopping and the landmark buildings that have made it infamous, it’s also a city that takes its sport seriously – and not least its rugby.
Bath Rugby Club is one of the area’s most exhilarating attractions, and it’s great fun for the whole family. Soak up the atmosphere and watch the action unfold at the Rec for a day out in Bath you won’t forget in a hurry! Continue reading
Bath has always been a favourite with shoppers, but it attracts Christmas the crowds from all over the country in the run up to the big day.
Not only is the city packed with every kind of shop, independent and quirky, but its Georgian architecture and cheerful atmosphere make it a lovely place to enjoy picking out those perfect gifts. Bath’s centre is home to all of the high street stores we rely on in our festive time of need, as well as hundreds of boutiques for when you want something different but you’re just not quite sure what. Continue reading
The Theatre Royal is one of Bath’s finest attractions, and it comes into its own during the festive period. This year the newly-refurbished planks will be hosting Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs from 13 December until 13 January, so don’t miss the chance to go along and join the fun while stay at your chosen bed and breakfast in Bath. Continue reading
With its grand buildings and illuminated shopping streets, Bath may seem a quaint resort with a fascinating history, but take a stroll with Ghost Walks of Bath and you might find it has a sinister history.
Not only does the guided tour take in some of the city’s most beautiful landmarks and famous spots, but it also takes in those areas notorious for slightly darker reasons. Learn the legends, tales and history that make up the darker side of Bath on any Thursday, Friday or Saturday evening, and expect to be just a little bit frightened! Continue reading
If you happen to have booked a local b and b in Bath for a relaxing break during November, with maybe a little Christmas shopping included, you will be pleased to hear Bath is now featuring a new Christmas market which will showcase local artisans and their wares.
The earlybird Christmas Artisan Market will be held at Bath’s Green Park Station on Sunday November 11. This new market features a whole host of local artisans and producers not only selling their hand crafted products and local produce, but in addition there will be live craft demonstrations from wood carving to hand-thrown clay pot making. Continue reading
Anyone who stayed in a b and b in Bath last weekend may have been able to see the filming of a few scenes from a film that is predicted to be a huge success at the box office this winter.
The city of Bath is well known for its amazing architecture and classic appearance, something that has resulted in many films and television programmes using Bath as a setting or filming location. Last weekend, filming took place at the Grand Parade for the film adaptation of Les Miserables. Continue reading
Christmas is drawing near and it’s the traditional time of year to go and see a show at a local theatre. Well, if you happen to be heading to Somerset’s spa city for a break or winter holiday, you might like to catch the fantastic performance of The Sound of Music at The Theatre Royal. Continue reading
For anyone looking to enjoy a mix of pastimes on their Bathcity break to-do-list, then why not mix in a little rural exercise into your holiday itinerary with one of the local walks? This coming month sees a wonderful rural National Trust property, DyrhamPark, offering a specially organised country walk, which is perfect if you happen to be staying in a local b and b in Bath. Continue reading