Outside our establishment, there are several delightful, well-maintained and comfy places you can sit around alone or with your friends, and simply relax after a full day. Our garden has mature apple and quince trees, a chic little vintage water fountain, a natural, wooden deck, a classy two-seater set for a private chat or for when you want some time for yourself. No matter the need and the mood you might have, the surrounding areas will please and meet your needs. Give it a go, you’ll love it!


Things to do


The city of Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage site grounded in Roman history.

The most noteworthy and fascinating sights you cannot miss are: The Roman Baths, Pump Rooms and Theatre Royal, along with some architectural surprises like the Royal Crescent and The Circus.

Depending on the time of year you wish to visit, the city is fortunate with a booming, diverse cultural scene including the Great Bath Feast, Literary festivals for adults and children, the Bath Mozartfest and the Jane Austen Festival, paying homage to Bath’s most famous resident. So, for those Jane Austen enthusiasts, this is a place you cannot miss.

Interested in golf, polo facilities, horse riding and boat rides, they are all available in the city, and make for great, fun activities to consider.

If you wish to head out of the city, go for a trip to Stonehenge, Longleat Safari Park or nearby Lacock Abbey.