A walking or bus tour of Bath is a great way to learn about the city's fascinating history and see world famous sights including the Royal Crescent, The Circus and Pulteney Bridge. During your tour, stop at Number One Royal Crescent, a magnificently restored and authentically furnished town house with a splendidly equipped Georgian Kitchen.
Stop for lunch at the famous Sally Lunn’s, home of the world famous Sally Lunn Bun (exceptionally light semi sweet bread) and now a living museum where visitors can experience a taste of Bath.
Finish the day at one of Bath’s popular cookery schools and then sample what you’ve cooked for dinner.
Start the day visiting a local vineyard where you can enjoy a tour and tasting.
Once back in Bath stop, for lunch in the Pump Room regarded as the social heart of Bath for more than two centuries. Today the Pump Room contains a restaurant that is open daily for lunch and light refreshments - why noy try the original ‘Bath Bun?'
In the evening, dine in one of Bath’s award winning restaurants. Bath acts as a magnet for chefs who want to excel and make their mark in the culinary world. You could also stop at the The Star or The Raven to sample local ales and beers from Bath brewery and Abbey Ales.