Jane Austen: Putting Pen to Paper in Bath

If you enjoy the books of celebrated author Jane Austen and you are visiting the historical Spa city of Bath during the middle to the end of September, then you are going to be in for a real literary treat. As the exhibition called ‘Jane Austen: Putting Pen to Paper’ opens at the Bath Preservation Trust at 1 Royal Crescent, Bath.

Jane Austen lived in the city of Bath from 1801 to 1806 and based two of her six published novels on the location of the Bath area, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. This special Jane Austen exhibition, includes a rare set of first editions written by Jane which are on loan from a private collector, the exhibition also reveals more about the life of her novels and also looks at the craftsmanship of book production during the 18th century.

So in keeping with the Jane Austen period and the best in luxury Bath accommodation come and stay in a beautiful Georgian period country house with a relaxing atmosphere. Bailbrook Lodge bed and breakfast Bath is situated 1½ miles from the city centre or a 5 minute drive, located in a peaceful location overlooking the well kept gardens. 

By oldadmin on September 7, 2011
Categories: Bath News