Recommended by us

We don’t receive anything from these recommendations. They are just places we enjoy and think you might too.

  • Nook


    New to Bath in 2022 and just opposite us on Old Bond St. Nook is an Aussie style cafe. Healthy and tasty. Poke bowls, smoothies and coffee are amongst their specialties.

  • World Heritage Centre

    World Heritage Centre

    The whole of Bath became a World Heritage site in 1987. This exhibition gives visitors a flavour of the history and significance of the city. York Street (near the Roman Baths). Free entry

  • Cascara


    Independent vegan cafe just a few yards from us on Upper Borough Walls. Lovely feel, outdoor seating. Great for drinks, snacks and lunch. Notice the letters carved into the stonework. These mark the parish boundary. S.’MP being St Mark’s Parish.

  • The East Gate

    The East Gate

    The only survivor of Bath’s four medieval gates, East Gate is now more important for the historical trail it leads us on, rather than what you can see today. The original city wall was built in Roman times and lasted until into the 17th century when much of it was demolished although much remains below…

  • Mayor’s Guides

    Mayor’s Guides

    Free walking tour The Mayor of Bath’s Corps of Honorary Guides, provide free historic walking tours for individuals and non-commercial groups. Trained volunteers lead at least one walk per day, free of charge. Tours last approximately 2 hours. No booking is required. When and where to join a tour. Interesting fact The first recorded mayor…