One of the best things about visiting a B and B in Bath (such as the very beautiful Bailbrook Lodge) is the chance to taste the local produce. There are three major Farmers’ Markets throughout the city, and each one offers visitors the chance to sample, taste and but fresh produce that was grown right in the region.
Bath Farmers’ Market takes place on Saturdays at Green Park Station and all produce sold there is grown within 40 miles of the city centre. In the Hollies Gardens you’ll find Midsomer Norton’s Farmers’ Market on the first Saturday of each month. Lastly, if you’re happy to venture a little further afield you’ll find Keynsham Farmers’ Market on the second Saturday of every month.
The markets sell fresh fruit and vegetables, cheese, fish, herbs and much more – and the produce not only makes for great browsing but also it’s a lovey way to take a little taste of the South West to those back home.
Bailbrook Lodge is found close to the heart of Bath, and with its own grassy gardens and a Grade II listed building it’s the icing on the cake for a break in the city.