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
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
Spa breaks in Bath have always been a popular way to enjoy the historic city, and Bailbrook Lodge is making it even easier with a special spa package.
After all the excitement and preparations for Christmas January is the time to pamper yourself a little with some well-deserved TLC. Take some time out with your special someone and get 2013 off to a relaxing start with a great value spa package. 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
If you are travelling to Bath soon for a city break, why not include a little rural walking in your holiday schedule? The Cotswold Voluntary Wardens at Dyrham Park have organised a special walk around the nearby farmland on September 29, which is ideal if you are staying in local Bath bed and breakfast.
The magnificent Dyrham Park lies around7 miles away from Bath and offers a 17th century mansion house with extensive gardens and is set in its own estate covering 272 acres. Continue reading
For anyone travelling to Bath who is looking to immerse themselves in the spa city’s culture, why not add the forthcoming performance of the Summer Classics 2012 concert on to your to-do list and experience one of the leading orchestras in the South West: the Bath Philharmonia.
The programme will include Wagner’s Prelude to Act III Lohengrin, Brahms’ Violin Concerto, and Sibelius’ Symphony No.2. The Bath Philharmonia will be joined by the soloist Nicola Benedetti on violin and Jason Thornton will be the conductor for the evening. Continue reading