Enjoy a guided walk along the Cotswold Way, near Bath

Enjoy a guided walk along the Cotswold Way, near Bath

Enjoy a guided walk along the Cotswold Way, near Bath

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

Enjoy the Great British Walking Festival at Dyrham Park

Enjoy the Great British Walking Festival at Dyrham Park

Guided walks at Dyrham Park

For anyone travelling to Bath shortly for a relaxing city break, why not include some rural walking in your holiday schedule? Dyrham Park is a National Trust country house situated on the outskirts of Bath, and the Cotswold Voluntary Wardens have organised a special walk around the nearby farmland on October 28.

This is perfect if you are staying in local b and b in Bath accommodation or if you are enjoying one the therapeutic spa breaks in Bath during your city break. Dyrham Park is situated approximately 7 miles from Bath and offers visitors a chance to experience a beautifully kept 17th century mansion house with its extensive gardens. Continue reading

Take Part in the Cotswold Wardens’ Walk at Dyrham Park

Take Part in the Cotswold Wardens' Walk at Dyrham ParkIf 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

A Culinary Feast at Dyrham Park with the Love Food Festival

A Culinary Feast at Dyrham Park with the Love Food Festival

A Culinary Feast at Dyrham Park with the Love Food Festival

Visitors can enjoy a culinary feast at Bath’s Dyrham Park with the Autumn Love Food Festival on September 30, which offers a great day out for people of all ages.

Dyrham Park is a magnificent 17th century property which is owned by the National Trust. This wonderful house, situated within its own grounds with forests and a deer park, is a great place to visit at any time of the year.

The Love Food Festival event is designed to promote local produce and suppliers whilst highlighting and encouraging children to enjoy the benefits of local foods. Continue reading

Outdoor Theatre Perform Shakespeare’s Macbeth at Dyrham Park

Outdoor Theatre Perform Shakespeare’s Macbeth at Dyrham Park | B and B in Bath News

Outdoor Theatre Perform Shakespeare’s Macbeth at Dyrham Park

Many people enjoy therapeutic spa breaks in Bath, and if you are planning a holiday which also includes a wealth of arts and culture, then the city could be just the place for you.

August 10 – 11 sees the Lord Chamberlains’ Men performing an outdoor theatre production of ‘Macbeth’ within the grounds of the Dyrham Park estate. Now owned by the National Trust, the venue is a beautifully elegant 17th-century mansion, just six miles from Bath. Continue reading

Summer Lazy Jazz on the Lawn at Dyrham Park

Dyrham Park: Lazy Jazz on the Lawn

Dyrham Park: Lazy Jazz on the Lawn

Somerset’s prestigious spa city offers a wealth of historical culture, whilst showing off the glory of one the UK’s most beautiful locations. It’s no wonder that so many people enjoy therapeutic spa breaks in Bath and, if you are one of those people and looking for things to do in August, how about enjoying a relaxing afternoon of Jazz at Dyrham Park? Continue reading

Lazy Jazz on the Lawn at Dyrham Park, near Bath

If you happen to be staying in one of the local hotels in Bath for a summer city break and are looking for some relaxing entertainment, how about some Sunday Lazy Jazz on the Lawn at Dyrham Park, near Bath?

Dyrham Park is an elegant 17th-century mansion, now owned by the National Trust and set in 270 acres of beautiful countryside; it offers a beautiful house, estate and grounds to explore, which are located just outside of Bath. Continue reading

Love Food Festival at Dyrham Park, near Bath

July 1 sees the return of the Love Food festival to the beautiful Dyrham House near Bath, and what better location for a fantastic food event? This occasion will give those attending the chance to combine a visit to one of the area’s most beautiful country properties with a stay in one of the local Bath hotels and to enjoy a wealth of carefully prepared, mouth-watering cuisine.

Visitors will be able to explore Dyrham Park, which is a spectacular late 17th-century mansion house and deer park, set in over 270 acres of beautiful countryside.

Food lovers and visitors alike will also be able to enjoy a wide variety of the delicacies that will be on offer. These will include fine local cheeses and fruit and vegetables, along with a wide array of local meat produce, such as smoked duck, chicken, pheasant, pancetta, dry-cured bacon, cooked hams, venison, beef, rose veal and handmade pies, plus a selection of honey, chocolates and handmade cakes.

The festival offers free admission to visitors; for more information, contact Lorna on: 07815 308 488.

Make sure you book your stay at one of the luxury hotels in Bath soon to secure your accommodation for this special event.

Father’s Day at Dyrham Park, near Bath

Sunday June 17, Fathers Day, is a date marked on many Dads’ calendars, so what have you got in store? Maybe you are planning a trip to the beautiful spa city of Bath for a weekend break whilst staying at one of the local hotels in Bath? If so, how about a wonderful day spent at the wonderful National Trust house and grounds at Dyrham Park, just 8 miles from Bath.

Dyrham Park is a spectacular late 17th-century mansion house, grounds, garden and deer park, set in over 270 acres of beautiful countryside. Inside, visitors have a chance to experience a unique and well kept 17th-century historical property, with lavish collections which reflect the fashion for Dutch paintings and furniture of the time. Later you can see influences from the additions of 18th-century furniture by Gillow and Linnell.

This year’s Father’s Day celebrations at Dyrham Park offer a barbeque and beer tent in the garden, plus a car display of historical Morgan cars all of which will be taking place between 10am – 5pm.

For more information contact Dyrham Park on: 0117 937 1330 or visit the National Trust website.

If you plan to visit Bath and want to include this special Father’s Day event be sure to book into one of the luxury Georgian period Bath hotels nearby.