4.Stay in the heart of Royal Bath
So quintessentially Bath, it would be hard not to recommend the iconic neo-classical Royal Crescent Hotel.
Its privileged location at the heart of the Royal Crescent is only the beginning of a beautiful story. Steeped in history, this elegant hotel is fit to satisfy the most discerning of travellers with carefully restored 45 rooms and 14 suites, its own stunning Bath House, and delectable afternoon tea served in the hotel’s secret garden.
The elegant Bath House is truly indulgent and a delightful refuge on a rainy cold day. Unfortunately children under 12 aren’t allowed in the Bath House.
5.Relax with a cup of mint tea and delish brunch
Even before you enter you know that Wild Cafe is going to be a bit of fun and relaxed eatery serving the most delicious, honest, home-cooked food.
And so it is. As you step in, you’ll notice the shiny copper counter where all food is prepared fresh in front of you.
The wooden tables with colourful chairs are well spaced out so that you don’t feel crowded in the cozy informal seating area.
The menu contains well loved classics such as eggs benedict or kedgeree as well as a handful of innovative items unique to Wild Cafe.
We loved the relaxed ambience, very fresh mint tea and the unusual avocado sandwich and suspect that the outstanding quality of this charming little cafe is quite small won’t remain secret for too long.
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