Wander Round the Cathedral City of Wells

Nestled to the south of the Mendip Hills, the Cathedral City of Wells is known to be England’s smallest and takes its unexpected city title, from the iconic 13th century Gothic style cathedral found at its centre. The current structure ...

Visit the Royal Crescent & Museum

Undeniably one of the city’s most iconic landmarks, the grand curvature of the Royal Crescent, was built between 1767 and 1775 and designed by John Wood the Younger. This sweeping terrace sits proudly above one of Bath’s green spaces ...

Uncover Hidden Gems at Bath Abbey

No visit to Bath is complete without a visit to its iconic Abbey, located right in the heart of town. Wandering through the surrounding courtyards you will immediately witness the striking grandeur of this magnificent structure, which ...

Country Delights: Castle Combe

When thinking of the Cotswolds, Castle Combe is what one might imagine to be a quintessential English village to be and has often been considered as one of the prettiest in the country. Despite being nestled away from modern affairs in ...

Lights, Camera, Action: FilmBath Festival

Each year throughout November, Bath comes alive with a variety of fantastic films for the viewing public to enjoy on the silver screen. FilmBath began from humble beginnings almost 30 years ago, when the Bath Film Society screened a ...

Visit Pulteney Bridge & Pleasure Gardens

Pulteney Bridge and its horseshoe weir, stands as one of Bath’s most iconic sites for locals and visitors alike. Built by Robert Adam in 1769, Pulteney Bridge is one of only a few of its kind in the world, as it incorporates shops and ...

Stimulate Your Senses at The Roman Baths

Wander into the heart of the city and you’ll find The Roman Baths, this rich mineral arguably gave Bath Spa its name and is one the pivotal tourist attractions to be found along the remnants of ancient cobbled streets. Constructed ...

Tucking Mill Reservoir: Autumn Walks

One of the biggest benefits of a stay at Tucking Mill, is the fertile countryside that surrounds these quaint properties. Tucked away within the lush green Midford Valley, you’re able to witness flora and fauna change with the seasons. ...

Step Back in Time with ‘Capability’ Brown

Nestled unassuming in the fertile hillside, is a sweeping valley with magnificent views over the historic city of Bath. Prior Park Landscape Garden dates back to the eighteenth-century and was created by Bath-based entrepreneur and ...

A Hearty Welcome at The Hope & Anchor

Only a short walk down the road from Tucking Mill’s secluded cottages, you’ll find exceptional food and drink at the Hope and Anchor. Known to be one of the best pubs in the area, this welcoming establishment in Midford happily caters ...