The South West has become a major player on the foodie scene in recent years, but when it comes to mouth-watering food the old restaurants are often the best. How does breakfast, lunch or dinners in The Pump Room of Bath sound? Serving modern British cuisine with a special twist, the restaurant offers fine food in one of the city’s most elegant locations.
The menu is packed with fantastic means for a special experience, but it’s the cream teas that really stand out. Enjoy warm scones and tea in style, and as all food is locally produced you’ll be indulging in the real flavours of Bath. Speaking of the flavours of Bath, diners in the Pump Room can never resist the opportunity to taste the warm spring water that flows up into its fountain. We can’t promise it’ll be the nicest glass of refreshment you’ve ever tried but its minerals have restored the health of visitors for hundreds of years so it’s worth a try!
Continue the historic theme of your day by returning to the Royal Hotel in central Bath, a beautiful property dating back to 1846 and one of the finest hotels in Bath. The hotel is within an easy walk from the city’s most popular attractions, and it makes a great base for visitors exploring the sites.