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Pubs & Bars In Bath

If you and your family love enjoying the water fun then come to the Brean Splash Water Park.

Their fantastic swimming pool is guaranteed to put a big smile on everyone’s face.

Start with the indoor splash pad. With its floor water jets, spraying water features and fantastic new indoor Splash Zone fun pool with slides and interactive water features for children up to the age of 16, this is the place to head for some serious fun.

But if you just fancy a swim, Indoor Splash also features a 25m 6 lane pool with the water heated to around 30 degrees. And the constant depth of 1.2m ensures it’s toddler and small child-friendly. Indoor Splash is open all year.

There’s more fun outside. Outdoor Splash boasts 3 waterslides, seaside water play area with 3 mini slides for children, and an amazing tipping bucket. Open from Whitsun through until the end of August.

If you are an animal fan then don’t forget to visit the Longleat Safari Park.

The UK’s no. 1 Safari Park first opened its gates to the public in April 1966; the first of its kind outside Africa. It was the beginning of a revolution in zoological collections that has spread all over the globe.

For the very first time, animals were able to move freely across hundreds of acres of land and interact naturally with each other.

Today it is difficult to imagine the furore aroused when Longleat’s plans for an initial 100-acre lion reserve were made public. There were dire warnings of big cats running amok in the Wiltshire countryside, local clergymen were up in arms, and there were even questions asked in the Houses of Parliament.

In spite of these fears, the ground-breaking concept of the drive through safari park proved a hugely popular draw for visitors. Over forty years on, Longleat Safari Park remains one of the country’s leading wildlife attractions.

Bath Brew House

The Bath Brew House first opened it’s doors at the end of September 2013 on James St West at the heart of Bath’s city centre. They specialise in great beer, delicious fresh food, and a fantastic atmosphere whether you’re after a quiet pint with the papers, or a big birthday bash with your nearest and dearest – they’ve got you covered!
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Crystal Palace

Brilliantly located right at the centre of the city, The Crystal Palace makes the perfect stop off on a busy day’s sightseeing. With the pub near the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey, it’s right on the tourist trail
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Hare & Hounds

At The Hare & Hounds where you’ll find fabulous food, friendly service and stunning views. They’re open every day from 8:30am when you can enjoy breakfast or morning coffee. If it’s sunny, you can soak up some rays
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The Boater

Just a drop kick away from Bath’s ‘Rec’ rugby stadium, The Boater is the ideal spot to enjoy a pre-match pint. After the game, you can celebrate in style too – who says rugby and champagne don’t mix… Four unique bars, three stylish dining areas, six cask ales and
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The Chequers

The Chequers serves award winning, inventive British food in a welcoming pub atmosphere. They’re located in Bath, a short walk from The Circus & Royal Crescent.
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The Cork

Comprised of two bars, two vaulted party pod booths, a conservatory and a large al fresco terrace area, The Cork is the perfect pub to socialise, relax, watch live sport or have a full on party! A full, varied range of wines, cocktails, hot beverages, real ales,
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The Marlborough Tavern

At The Marlborough Tavern you’ll find a warm welcome, freshly prepared home cooked foods with a wide range of wines & beers and friendly
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The Salamander

The Salamander is a great city-centre pub in the heart of Bath. ‘The Sally’ serves good food and a fine choice of beers from Bath Ales and beyond, and welcomes a friendly, eclectic crowd, who enjoy everything from a quiet pint to a
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The Tramshed

With the Roman Baths, historic Abbey, the array of fabulous shops and Bath Rugby club only a few minutes' walk, the Tramshed is the perfect place to rest those weary feet after a busy day or to grab a quick lunch or dinner whilst still on the move
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Canal boat cruises
Thermae Bath Spa
The Nest Piano Bar
Sea Kayaking
Bath Golf Club
Quad Biking
Kingsdown Golf Club
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