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Christmas at The Royal Hotel

The temperature is dropping, the decorations are up, and the festive menus are out; we’re all getting in the Christmas mood here at The Royal Hotel!

Bath has seen the Christmas Lights switched on last week and over the next two weeks will see Bath Ice Rink open in Royal Victoria Park, and the Christmas Market open throughout the city.

Bath Christmas Market

If you’re thinking about visiting Bath, whether to stay or for a day to do some Christmas shopping, make The Royal your port of call. Situated by the train and bus stations, we’re a perfect stop off to warm up with a hot drink and a tasty meal before you start your day; and being in the heart of Bath we’re only minutes from the famous sites and markets which make us a perfect location to lay your tired head after pounding those streets in search of those presents and gifts.

If you’re looking for somewhere to hold a Christmas party or meet up with friends, then our festive menus are online now; you can enjoy lunch from only £10.95 per person, or dinner from £17.95 per person for 2 courses.

xmasthe-royal-hotel_10    Christmas at The Royal Hotel

Bookings for stays over the Christmas period are being snapped up, especially our great all inclusive offer where not only do you get all meals, but you can upgrade to include drinks too! Or why not wait until the sales after the 25th, and see in the New Year with us at The Royal Hotel. You’ll enjoy a Gala 8 course dinner with resident DJ and champagne at midnight as well as a great night’s sleep in our comfortable rooms.

We’ve got lots of exciting festive additions coming up too, so let The Royal Hotel put the sparkle in your Christmas this year!

Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey is a beautiful and magnificent building that dates back to the 15th century. It was on this site that history was repeatedly made and the incredible fan vaulting was constructed. Not only will you have the opportunity to take a walk around the Abbey, but you will also have the chance to visit the Heritage Vaults Museum that can be accessed from the southern side.
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Dine Out At Boston Tea Party

If you want to experience something pretty exciting, then you should visit the Boston Tea Party Café in Bath. This café is usually very busy and you’re likely to have to queue outside while you wait for a seat, it’s that good. The food here is great but don’t expect a huge meal as the menu consists of sandwiches, wraps and other foods that are suitable for a light bite.
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The Guildhall Market

For approximately 800 years, the Guildhall Market in Bath has been selling goods to the local community. This market used to be huge, but due to redevelopment in the late 19th century, many of the stalls were lost. However, as you take a walk around the market, you will still see some fascinating and original architecture, and enjoy everything a traditional market has to offer.
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The Jane Austen Centre

The Jane Austen Centre is a remarkable museum dedicated to one of England’s finest writers. This museum is full to the brim of delightful exhibits and works from Austen herself. If you’re a fan of her works, then this museum is definitely a must-visit place.

Found at 40 Gay Street, the Jane Austen Centre is located in the heart of Bath and will not disappoint. If you happen to be in the area in September, then you’ll be luck y enough to see the Jane Austen festival take place.
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The Little Theatre

If you’re travelling to Bath and planning on staying here for a few days with children, then the Little Theatre could be just what you are looking for.

The Little Theatre is in actual fact a cinema that shows many of the latest films. These films are suitable for children of any age and they can help to make your time in Bath a much-enjoyed one.
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