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Restaurants 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.

Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen

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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Firehouse Rotisserie

Firehouse Rotisserie has been a landmark staple of the Bath restaurant scene for 20 years. Boasting a unique blend of Californian and south western American flavours, as well as being the only genuine rotisserie
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Green Park Brasserie

The Green Park Brasserie – independently owned and operated by Andrew Peters since 1992. There isLive music to accompany dinner or drinks, Wednesday, Thursday,
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Hall & Woodhouse Bath

Opened in 2010, Hall & Woodhouse is located in what used to be Bonhams auctioneers, with four floors including a stunning rooftop terrace. Dine in the restaurant, sip drinks in the potting shed, socialise in the pantry/common room or soak up the sunshine on the roof terrace. Private dining is available in the
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Loch Fyne Restaurants

Newly refurbished in November 2014, Loch Fyne Bath is set in a landmark Grade II listed building in the heart of historic Bath. The restaurant has a grand and inviting feel to match the warm ambience of this lovely venue.With a reputation for service excellence by knowledgeable and friendly staff, combined with quality food, this restaurant
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Hudson Steakhouse

Hudson steak house based in Bath specialises in prime dry aged steaks, delicious starters with a fusion influence and some mouth watering classic dishes. Served in a relaxed stylish conversion of a notorious Victorian pub.
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The Circus Cafe and Restaurant

The Circus Café and Restaurant is the busiest and most admired among family-run restaurants in Bath. They serve seasonal, locally sourced, freshly-cooked food with a British bias to their menus which change every month. Their wine list is interesting and carefully chosen, as is the charming and welcoming young staff
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The Eastern Eye

The Eastern Eye uses only the finest of produce in our ingredients and fresh seasonal native vegetables, which coupled with many years of experience means that your meals will be prepared to the highest professional standards. They stock an extensive range of soft drinks
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The Pump Room

The Green Park Brasserie is independently owned and operated by Andrew Peters since 1992. Live music to accompany dinner or drinks, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Diners have table priority but they welcome those who simply wish to have a drink and listen to the music which is generally melodic jazz and played at
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Sea Kayaking
Bath Golf Club
The Nest Piano Bar
Quad Biking
Canal boat cruises
Thermae Bath Spa
Bath Golf Club
Kingsdown Golf Club