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Around & About Bath: Historic Pubs - Mining and Dining

Learn of the men and women who once sat and drank in the exact spot where you'll hear their stories as you do the same. Uncover the lives of Victorian engineers, tough miners and even tougher land-ladies as you sample local beer in a working man's...

Learn of the men and women who once sat and drank in the exact spot where you'll hear their stories as you do the same. Uncover the lives of Victorian engineers, tough miners and even tougher land-ladies as you sample local beer in a working man's pub that is indelibly connected to Bath and the stone it is built from.

 

Learn of mines and tunnels and of Cold War paranoia: Of incredible government secrets that most locals still are unaware of.

 

Visit a 17th-century coaching inn that today quietly enjoys a slower life in a bypassed town, but was once a bustling stop for coaches dashing along the Bristol/London highway and stabled 40 horses. Enjoy a fabulous three-course dinner, and hear the fascinating story of the local family who still reside in the nearby grand house and whose Coat of Arms adorn the Inn's walls. 

If time allows, enjoy a night-cap at one more watering hole before being returned back to your door in Bath for a good night's sleep! 

Enjoy incredible British food, real ale, local stories, and more.

£150 per person.

Depart at 5.45p.m. from outside Bath Visitor Information Centre, Bridgwater House, 2 Terrace Walk, Bath BA1 1DN.

 

 

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Learn of the men and women who once sat and drank in the exact spot where you'll hear their stories as you do the same. Uncover the lives of Victorian engineers, tough miners and even tougher land-ladies as you sample local beer in a working man's pub that is indelibly connected to Bath and the stone it is built from.

 

Learn of mines and tunnels and of Cold War paranoia: Of incredible government secrets that most locals still are unaware of.

 

Visit a 17th-century coaching inn that today quietly enjoys a slower life in a bypassed town, but was once a bustling stop for coaches dashing along the Bristol/London highway and stabled 40 horses. Enjoy a fabulous three-course dinner, and hear the fascinating story of the local family who still reside in the nearby grand house and whose Coat of Arms adorn the Inn's walls. 

If time allows, enjoy a night-cap at one more watering hole before being returned back to your door in Bath for a good night's sleep! 

Enjoy incredible British food, real ale, local stories, and more.

£150 per person.

Depart at 5.45p.m. from outside Bath Visitor Information Centre, Bridgwater House, 2 Terrace Walk, Bath BA1 1DN.

 

 

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