Places we like:
A 25–minutes walk along the canal, a 5-minutes car ride or a boat trip from the Pulteney bridge in the Bath city centre will take you there (see info on the boat trips below).
Address: Mill Lane, Bath BA2 6TS
A popular place among locals, it is located within 20 minutes walk along the picturesque canal or a 5-minutes ride from the Apartments.
Address: Mill Ln, Bathampton, Bath BA2 6TR
Phone: 01225 425079
BEA’S VINTAGE TEA ROOM
Right next to the Royal Crescent, the Circus and the Assembly rooms, decorated in authentic 1930s/1940s style from the dainty china tea sets and embroidered tablecloths to the ceiling lampshades, bevelled mirrors and wartime posters, it offers a blissful retreat from walking and sightseeings.
A cafe with simple vintage furnishings and wartime posters, for afternoon tea and cakes in china cups.
Address: 5-8 Saville Row, Bath BA1 2QP
FOR OUR VEGAN FRIENDS
Our guest James from London has asked to recommend a Vegan-friendly restaurant in Bath for a nice dinner. He said he could look it up on Google, but he would rather trust someone local. I was very happy to recommend Acorn, a lovely place in the central Bath, top rated on Trip Advisor – but more important, much loved by my Vegan friends!
2 North Parade Passage, Bath BA1 1NX
And when I was just about to hang up, I realised that a pub just across the street from Grosvenor Apartments was recently converted into a Vegan restaurant as well. It is called Nourishing Plantbased Eating, quite a promising name, I reckon. Although I have to admit, I have not tried it yet, but it is good to know that our vegan and Vegetarian guests can cross the road and enjoy a treat!
1 Beaufort West, London Rd, Bath BA1 6QB