Bath has some world class dining experiences to offer you. Book early for the extraordinary ‘taster menus’ of Gordon Jones or try out the great bistro-style meals at The Bear a landmark pub on the Wellesway Road . For tips on what’s available locally from take-away food, to greengrocers and butchers, farmers markets and all the restaurants and pubs in the area – check out Crumbs Restaurant.
Breakfast out in Bath for a great way to start your day and watch Bath wake up together.
If it’s a fun night out that you want with live music, great DJs and cocktails – Bath can make this happen. Check out the ratings on Trip Advisor . If you had something quieter in mind, book an evening ticket for live theatre at the Theatre Royal or find out what’s on at the Little Theatre Cinema or at the Odeon
Bath and nearby Bristol are alive with events all year round. Check out visitbath.co.uk or totalguidetobath.com for up to date events calendars.
A magical event from 25th May to 5th Aug is the Iford Arts Festival in nearby Bradford-on-Avon ifordarts.org.uk
Enter a team in the upcoming Bath Boules event in Queens Square on 9th – 11th June.
A life long memory would be to attend the exclusive Hope Ball, a black-tie event celebrating the 250th Anniversary of The Cresent
There is so much for kids to do in and around Bath.
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Whether it’s indoor fun at the Theatre Royal with Teddy Bears Picnic or Wind in the Willows or letting off steam in the many great open spaces and parks – kids will have a fun time in Bath.
The famous Longleat Park is only 18 miles away from Bath and has lots on this year.
The Cheddar Gorge is also a great day out with the family and there is lots to do.
A visit to Bath would not be fulfilled without a visit to the Ancient Roman Baths and a walking tour around the 18th century England streets and iconic buildings, such as the Circus and Queen Square.
The Assembly Rooms and The Royal Crescent are all within walking distance of your holiday home at St Johns Road.