The Bath Bun Tea Shoppe
Step back in time to this traditional and elegant tearoom, where you can try one of Bath's famous delicacies - the Bath Bun. A quintessential English tea shop in the heart of the historic Bath, the Bath Bun Tea Shoppe is steeped in history, and a must-visit for anyone heading to Bath.
It's even possible you could be seated where Sarah Siddons or Lord Nelson and love Lady Hamilton sat centuries ago.
- Public carpark nearby
- High Chair
- Family friendly
#198 of 666 Places to Eat in Bath
Most Recent Traveller Reviews
14 Mar 2019: Popped in here for lunch, were lucky enough to get a table by the door - a bit draughty as people were entering but OK - it was windy outside which didn't help... It's a quaint little place with...
11 Mar 2019: Arrived at 4.30 on Saturday and, although packed, a table was found for us.No Bath buns left so we had a cream tea each. No leaf tea served here! The scone was so dry it was difficult to swallow...
10 Mar 2019: The bath bun has a certain charm but falls foul of over pricing I guess due to its prime tourist spot, this isn’t a refined afternoon cream tea but more a local jumble sale tea room experience, nice...