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Two day break in Bath. A most welcome two nights in Bath, under Covid restrictions so a bit limited in activities but lovely and quiet!

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Mr B's Emporium Bookshop

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Bath, United Kingdom • Recommendation • 

A labyrinth of rooms and extremely helpful and knowledgeable staff.

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Nibbles Cheese

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Bath, United Kingdom • Recommendation • 

Lovely cheese shop in old indoor market in Bath. Good quality produce in this traditional market, not tat!

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The Holburne Museum

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Bath, United Kingdom • Recommendation • 

While we were here, there was an excellent exhibition of Grayson Perry ceramics. The permanent exhibition is much more traditional but the quality of the mainly 18th century paintings, very suitable for Bath, is high. Admission to the permanent galleries is free. Return visit in July. Wonderful Canaletto exhibition.

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Bath Abbey

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Bath, United Kingdom • Recommendation • 

Splendid abbey in centre of the town. Wonderful fan vaulting and stained glass Cream stonework makes interior especially light. New underfloor heating being installed powered by the naturally hot springs which have served the adjacent Roman baths since... Roman times!

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Travelodge Bath Waterside

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Bath, United Kingdom • Recommendation • 

Some years ago I said I would never stay in another Travelodge. However I have recently spent two nights in one of the ‘super rooms’ at this hotel. I was very impressed with location (5 mins walk from Bath centre ) , view from room over water, pleasant well equipped room and friendly staff. Very competitive price too. There is another Travelodge even more central but chose this one for the parking.

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Bridge Coffee Shop

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Bath, United Kingdom • Recommendation • 

Somewhat expensive coffee and cake but worth it for the view. Coffee shop has two adjacent and tiny buildings actually on the famous Bridge. Our table was perfect overlooking the weir. Coffee and cakes both good

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Lacock

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Bath, United Kingdom • Recommendation • 

About half an hour from Bath is Lacock village and Abbey. The village actually belongs to the National Trust but people live there and you can happily visit for free. It is very popular with film crews and many period dramas, based on works by Jane Austen, Thomas Hardy, Mrs Gaskell etc have been filmed there. You can also visit ( fee ) Lacock Abbey ( Harry Potter ) and its grounds. Henry Fox Talbot, pioneer of modern photography, used to live there and there is a museum dedicated to him

  • Lacock, Chippenham SN15, UK

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