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Beste aanbevelingen van locals

Ontdek bezienswaardigheden en verborgen pareltjes aan de hand van locals die de stad als hun broekzak kennen.
Restaurant
“A trip to England would be incomplete without yummy Fish n' Chips! The Scallop Shell is everyone's favourite seafood delight in Bath. Positive buzz and friendly staff make the dining experience even better! ”
  • Door 25 locals aangeraden
Movie Theater
“Only half an hour from The Court Annexe, set in an indoor complex of Restaurants and Diners. ”
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Food
“Boutique watering hole with pan-historical decor offering an extensive beer and cocktail menu. ”
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Train Station
“Bath is a fantastic day out. World Heritage Site, visit the Roman Baths, Thermae Spa, Royal Crescent, Royal Victoria Park... 45 minute drive from the Hayloft. Recommend parking at Charlotte Street long stay car park.”
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Historic Site
“A fabulous place for breakfast, lunch or a cream tea. Beautiful Georgian surroundings with a Pianist playing in the background. Added bonus of being able to see a Roman Bath with hot springs through the window- on the way to the washrooms! ”
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Gastropub
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“British gastropub dishes in Georgian building with wooden pews, parquet floors and chalkboard menu.”
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Café
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“Voted most ethical café in the UK. Bost Tea Party serves delicious breakfast, brunch and speciality coffee all day. A great selection of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options include CAKE! No need to book, just turn up, there is plenty of space.”
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Shopping Mall
“Bath has an excellent shopping scene from the bottom of the city to the top!”
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English Restaurant
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“Clayton’s Kitchen, Bath BA1 2EN 01225 585100 Right in town, lively, buzzy, outstanding food, 45-55 minutes’ drive, perfect if you are in town for a day out ”
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Road
“A beautiful street that showcases some of the best individual businesses that Bath has to offer; it is somewhat expensive but worth a stroll for the liveliness and prettiness of the surroundings.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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“On our doorstep, through Green Park Station, convenient for all essentials plus a cash machine.”
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Pub
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“Get there during daylight. The view over Bath is incredible. Food is fantastic and the atmosphere is friendly and warm. Catch a cab up and down. Walking up the steep hill and the pain that comes with it may be worth it but not advised!”
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Route
“Said to be very similar to the Ponte Vecchio in Florence. People would not cross the river out of the town, so Lord Pultney got Adam to design a bridge with shops on it. Whilst browsing the shops you dont realise you have crossed the river. Laura Place and Henrietta Road are named after Lord Pultney's daughter.”
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Restaurant
“Menu Gordon Jones Gordon Jones runs a surprise tasting menu from which you will experience contrasting flavours, textures and temperatures with English, Indian and Asian influences. You can also choose to do a wine flight which is chosen to complement each course and ensure you don't have to make any decisions.”
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Bar
“The Raven do THE best pies in Bath, freshly cooked to order with amazing mash. The ales are second to none and the service is brilliant too.”
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