The Artisan Market at Milsom Place offers a taste sensation from a variety of top quality food vendors. You can find everything from Sushi to French cuisine all in one great location, combined with fantastic shopping facilities. The weekly food market brings local and regional produce together with speciality food in a great atmosphere.
If you have never visited the spa town of Bath before then you will be surprised at how much there is to see and do in this beautiful part of the English countryside. Visiting Bath is a great opportunity to learn about the history of Bath and how it became the place Romans flocked to. Take a good look at the gorgeous Georgian architecture all around you and find amazing exhibitions, fantastic local food plus much more.
We know how it is, when booking your accommodation in Bath you’re looking for two things, somewhere that’s close to the classic landmarks that make the city unique, and an indulgent room to return to at the end of the day. The Royal Hotel in Bath proudly offers both, so it’s time to make that list of sights you want to take in.
During the warmer months Bath Racecourse is holding a special afternoon of races where you can enjoy the thrill of the sport, spend time with friends or family and experience the excitement of race day in beautiful settings. Improve your racing knowledge, place a few bets or simply enjoy the day for what it is as you watch the Thoroughbred horses’ race across the flat.
Visiting the spa city of Bath can make for a great family getaway. With plenty to do and see in the area the hard part is making the right choices to suit everyone. Our handy little guide includes tips on how to get the best out of your spa break in Bath and take home fantastic memories.
If you are coming to Bath for the first time or even making a return visit you might be aware that sometimes a little helping hand is needed to make your trip one to remember. For this reason we have put together a handy list of the top 5 tips for visiting Bath and getting the most from your Bath spa break.
Each month at Dyrham Park you will find the Doynton Village Market, a collection of stalls full of homemade produce, handicrafts and more, all for sale from local people and made in the Bath area. Held on the last Sunday of each month the village market is free to enter and is open from 11am until 4pm. Why not go along and see if you can find a bargain or indulge in some wonderful homemade jams, cheeses or cakes?
If you are a fan of all things vintage or have an eye for antiques then you will love the monthly Bath Vintage and Antiques Sunday Market. Conveniently held in the covered Green Park Station, this market has some of the best vintage and antique bargains you can find. Just a short walk from the centre of Bath you will be amazed at the amount of items on display and for sale. Plus there are gourmet food stalls, Sunday lunch and a wide variety of delicious snacks available.
Free to enter, the Sunday market is well attended and the local show place for many vintage and retro items, plus curiosities, vinyl, accessories and artisan crafts. Go along for an unusual and interesting day out and you won’t be disappointed. The market is open from 9.30am to 4pm and the dates for August are Sunday 7th and 28th.
No Bath spa break is complete without a day at this friendly market, Green Park Station is a beauty in itself – the stunning iron work and glass roof are truly beautiful and antiques in their own right. A day at the market will leave you feeling full of the joys of Bath and the people who live here.
The summer is an ideal time to go out and explore the countryside and sights of Bath without the added worry of cold and miserable weather. The Bath City to Countryside Walk takes in all of the highlights of the city from special vantage points and is fully guided by The National Trust. Comprising of a 6 mile walk through Bath from the Tourist Information Centre, taking the time to appreciate the magnificent Bath skyline and ending back at the tourist Information Office provides a great way to all some of the amenities and attractions that Bath has to offer.
On Sunday 11th August 2013 you can explore the city of Bath and help to raise money for a worthwhile cause by joining in with the Bath Cats and Dogs Home family bike ride. The hope is to raise money to save more abandoned and abused pets on this 12 mile cycle ride that is a family friendly, fun and well organised event.