The Great Bath Feast is a month-long celebration, an excuse for visitors and residents alike to taste new flavours, learn new skills, seek out new experiences and, above all, enjoy themselves and socialise.
Famous for its hospitality since Georgian times, today’s World Heritage city offers a fabulous choice of hostelries and eateries and has many interesting foodie stories to tell.
Top names from the culinary world are heading to the city, including Angela Hartnett and Luke Holder, Dr Annie Gray, Nathan Outlaw, Tom Kerridge and rising star Ruby Tandoh, as well as lots of home grown Bath talent, including Ping Coombes, newly crowned winner of Master Chef.
The Great Bath Feast Pavilion on Stall Street takes pride of place in the city centre from 4th to 12th October. Throughout the week there will be tea parties and tastings, cocktails and chef demonstrations, in an action packed cookery theatre – find it outside the Roman Baths on Stall Street.
If your kind of dining out does not involve fancy frocks and formality, then join a social supper and share an evening of great food and wine with friends and family.
Check the programme for all kinds of unexpected and exciting events popping up across the city.
Look out for updates to the programme on the website – greatbathfeast.co.uk. You will also find some great promotions and special offers there, along with a chance to enter our competition with fabulous prizes!
If you require somewhere to stay during this event, visit the Accommodation section of our website. This will provide you with an online booking service for accommodation in Bath and the surrounding area. Alternatively, contact our personal accommodation booking service: + 44 (0) 844 847 5256.
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