Bath Children’s Literature Festival 2018 – Europe’s largest dedicated children’s literature festival takes place Friday 28 September – Sunday 7 October. The Bath Children’s Literature Festival, the largest dedicated children’s literature festival in Europe, always offers a vibrant array of talks and activities for children with a dedicated young adult (YA) programme, and this year […]
Located on Great Pulteney Street, the widest and grandest street in Bath, we are a stones throw away from all tourist attractions, restaurants and bars, while remaining peacefully quiet at night. Our lovely Georgian Townhouse, built in the 1700s, boasts stunning architecture and the traditional decor is in keeping with the history of the building. […]
Saturday 21st July This year’s theme is Carnival Culture – Exploring the colourful traditions and fascinating cultures behind three distinct styles of Carnival. This year we discover Rio Carnival, The Caribbean Islands and New Orlean’s Mardi Gras. PARTY IN THE PARK Sydney Gardens | 10:00 – 22:00 (Located less than a minute walk from The […]
Anthony Fry: A Retrospective March 24th – May 7th The first museum retrospective of the painter Anthony Fry, showcasing his colourful pieces, inspired by travel. Fry was an artist who lived and worked near Bath for sixty years but who made pictures that expressed his principal inspiration of travel. His early work, dominated by […]
Bath Bachfest 22 Feb 2018 – 24 Feb 2018 The annual Bath Bachfest, now in its seventh year, is a delightful fixture in the Georgian city’s annual calendar, celebrating the music of J S Bach and his contemporaries. This year this 3-day, 5-concert mini-fest will place Bach in an international context, alongside music from great […]
If you’ve booked in at the Windsor Townhouse for Valentine’s Day and are looking for ways to make your stay even more romantic, well look no further. Here are five affordable ways to make your stay at the Windsor even more romantic this Valentine’s Day 1. Breakfast in Bed For only £5 extra, have your breakfast […]
Bath, an entire city colour-coded in golden local stone, boasts a spa fed by the only naturally warm springs in Britain. The many other reasons to visit this masterpiece in the west include the original Georgian streets, where Jane Austen and her characters walked, as well as a rich variety of shops and restaurants.
Bath is such a beautiful city all year round, but there’s something quite magical about Bath in the summer. Especially when there are festivals taking place! Here are the Top 10 Unmissable Festivals: 1. Bath Comedy Festival – Now – 17th April Laugh out loud at the annual comedy festival. There’s a mix of […]