You’ll need to regain some energy after all of that shopping at the Bath Christmas Market
Luckily, Bath boasts a huge variety of places to eat, from fine-dining luxury restaurants to independent gastro pubs offering hearty dishes, real ales and ciders, as well as afternoon tea and all the normal chain restaurants for tried and tested good food.
Back again for 2016 was the The Lodge on Stall Street, an indoor venue reminiscent of a cosy snow lodge. The Lodge is at the heart of the Christmas Market and is perfect for putting up your feet and taking a break. Bath Ales served up tasty comfort food, a range of hot and cold drinks including mulled cider and real ales.
In a city famous for entertaining you won’t be surprised to hear that whatever your preferred cuisine, Bath has it covered. Come and see, and taste, why Bath has such a long established reputation for exceptional hospitality.
For more information on eating and drinking, take a look at the VisitBath website.
Some of our favourites in Bath this Christmas
Bath Aqua Glass Ltd
Bath's beautiful handmade glass designed and made in the city.
B&B’s and GuesthousesFrom £40
Find your perfect B&B or guesthouse at VisitBath.co.uk, the official tourism website for Bath and beyond.
Aldwick Court Farm & Vineyard
This Christmas may your days be Rosé & White. Enjoy Award – Winning Wine From North Somerset.
Hall & Woodhouse
Hall & Woodhouse is located in what used to be Bonham’s auctioneers, with four floors including a stunning rooftop terrace.