Take a trip to one of the oldest houses in Bath and allow the history, atmosphere and heritage entertain you. Sally Lunn’s played a huge part in the past of the beautiful spa city of Bath, the house itself was built around 1483 although excavations have found many older and historically important evidence of previous buildings and uses.
Sally Lunn’s is a world famous eating house and home to the Sally Lunn Buns that are still popular today in Bath. Enter the museum and you can see the original kitchen that Sally Lunn used 300 year ago to create the delightful bread that she is well known for.
You can find Sally Lunn’s in the centre of the city, close to our b & b in Bath and many other great attractions. Enjoy afternoon tea in one of the themed rooms or dine in style from the inexpensive menu available at this very special eating house and museum. Sally Lunn’s is open daily for morning coffee, lunches, afternoon teas and also their Trencher dinner, which is served after 5pm. Go along and experience historical Bath at its best with your friends and family. Don’t forget to try a wonderful Bath bun!