Tucking Mill Industrial History

To the naked eye, the secluded cottages at Tucking Mill are a luxurious retreat in the rural countryside, you would hardly believe the site was just a stone’s throw from the bustling UNESCO city of Bath. However, this tranquil location ...

History Comes To Life at Tyntesfield

The South West of England is littered with interesting archaeological and historical sites, not least the spectacular Victorian Gothic Revival house and gardens at Tyntesfield, which is only a short drive the neighbouring city of ...

Good Food at the Garrick’s Head

The Garrick’s Head pub was the former home of Beau Nash; a grand building located conveniently next to the Bath Theatre Royal, which always makes for an interesting crowd over dinner. The pub was once an inn for actors playing in the ...

Explore the tranquil Hestercombe Gardens

Explore 50 acres of quintessential Somerset gardens, which span three centuries of garden design. Hestercombe House and Gardens offer a famously unique collection of gardens, which have undergone acclaimed restoration works and ...

Dine Out in Style: The Mint Room

Looking for a fine dining experience whilst in Bath? The Mint Room is arguably the city’s finest Indian restaurant in not only the city, but the south-west. The award-winning restaurant boasts an understated, contemporary sheen ...

Go Paddleboarding on the Avon

Stand Up Paddleboarding is known to be the fastest growing sport in the world today and many say that once you’ve tried it for yourself you will soon see why. The sport comes highly recommended and doesn’t require large ...

Take a Trip to the Silver Screen

KOMEDIA (Bath) Komedia is Bath’s first community owned venue and is dedicated solely to providing a calendar of live entertainment. Hosting hundreds of events every year inside the beautifully restored, Grade II listed former Beau Nash ...

Best Fish and Chips: The Scallop Shell

Nothing says Britain better than good old fish and chips, The Scallop Shell is a fine restaurant and seafood grill located in the world heritage city of Bath, serving up traditional favourites on-season, delivered fresh from the coast ...

Traditional England: Chew Magna

The picturesque village of Chew Magna is located in the beautiful Somerset countryside only a few miles from Bristol and a short drive from Bath. Its long history dates back to Saxon times, when its name was recorded as ...

Picnics and Peacocks in Corsham

Nestled in the rural Wiltshire countryside, only 10 miles from Bath, is the historic market town of Corsham, where you will find a delightful array of independent shops and restaurants along its charming streets, all whilst peacocks ...