It’s that time of year when we’re thinking about where to buy our loved ones the perfect pressie, but don’t forget the January sales are looming on the horizon, and that means we get to reward our festive generosity with a few bargains just for ourselves! Here is a great tip for you while you are enjoying your b and b in Bath break. Continue reading
Taking little ones to the theatre can be a daunting, but The Egg is Bath’s very own theatre especially for children – and its programme is packed for the coming months. Choose from a selection of performances aimed at children and their families throughout the year, and you’ll find some of the cleverest productions you’ve seen in a long time. Continue reading
Bath is extra special to anyone with a passion for history and days gone by, and one of the nicest things about doing your Christmas shopping in the city’s streets is the fact that much has been the same for hundreds of years. The designers may have changed and the shops become more elaborate, but the key buildings, cobbles and traditions are pretty much as they would have been centuries ago. Continue reading
Wander just one mile from Bath and you’ll find yourself in open space and one of the West Country’s most beautiful landscaped gardens. Prior Park Landscape Garden dates back to the 18 century and their valley setting makes them one of the most peaceful spot in Bath. Continue reading
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