Bizarre Bath Comedy Walk
Daft city tour mixing street theatre and live performance. Leaves from outside the Huntsman Inn on North Parade Passage. Most of the...
Looming above the city centre, Bath's huge abbey church was built between 1499 and 1616, making it the last great medieval church raised...
Mayor's Guide Tours
Excellent historical tours provided free by the Mayor's Corp of Honorary guides, leaving from outside the Pump Room. There are extra...
A poke in the eye for the corporate coffee chains. The paint job's scruffy, the crockery's ancient and none of the furniture matches,...
4 North Pde Passage · interesting places nearby
Sally Lunn's information
Eating a bun at Sally Lunn's is just one of those things you have to do in Bath. It's all about proper English tea here, brewed in bone-china teapots, with finger sandwiches and dainty cakes served by waitresses in frilly aprons.
The trademark Sally Lunn's Bun is the house speciality – but there are heartier plates too, such as Welsh Rarebit and 'Trencher' dishes (with the 'bun' acting as plate).