Best Pizza in Bath

Best Pizza in Bath

We often get asked for restaurant recommendations and one we know is always a real crowd-pleaser is pizza! But where in Bath can you find the perfect slice? We’re lucky enough to be spoilt with choice – here are some of our favourites…

Bath Pizza Company

Located in the old Green Park Station the alfresco dining space creates a wonderful atmosphere to enjoy your fresh, handmade pizza – which by the way, is award-winning! Eat in or take-away – they offer a click and collect service.


The Oven

These pizzas are created by an expert team, using a secret recipe and cooked in a wood-fired oven. It’s not surprising that these guys have also won awards for their artisan pizzas! You’ll find them on Saw Close (near the Theatre Royal).


The Real Italian Pizza Company

As the name suggests, these guys are the real deal! They make pizza the traditional Italian way – thin and crispy! It’s a family-run restaurant with a warm and friendly atmosphere. They are located just a stone’s throw from the Abbey on York Street.


Bath Stable

This is a great place to go and eat delicious pizza with friends. Their menu is really varied and includes plant-based and veggie pizzas as well as a ‘mac n cheese’ section – yum! Great for kids, meeting friends and just enjoying a laid-back slice of something tasty.



This pizza company is passionate about the dough that they lovingly create for their pizzas. With something to suit all tastes and health/lifestyle needs, they consider themselves innovative pizza makers – bringing something new to the pizza oven! There are two locations in the city – one in the Corridor and one in Kingsmead Sq.


Top 7 Walks in and around Bath

Top 7 Walks in and around Bath

Whatever the season, getting outside and walking in the fresh air feels great. Even on a city break there are still plenty of open spaces, city walks and places to explore – and Bath is no exception. We have gathered together our top 7 walks in Bath – how many can you tick off?!

Royal Victoria Park

Situated at the top of Bath, just a short walk from the city centre, you’ll find Royal Victoria Park – named after Queen Victoria who opened the park in 1830, aged eleven. Spanning a huge 57 acres this green parkland is popular with tourists and residents alike and features a play park, tennis courts and mini-golf. There are also seasonal events to watch out for too,  ice skating in the winter and the ever-popular ‘Bath on the Beach’ in the summer.

The Botanical Gardens at Royal Victoria Park

Within the landscape of Royal Victoria Park you’ll also find nine acres of beautiful botanical gardens tucked away from the rest of the parkland. This is a really tranquil spot for a peaceful walk, where you can enjoy scented pathways, rock gardens, aerial walkways, streams and even a replica of a Roman Temple. It’s free to visit so it’s well worth a look.

Bath Skyline Walk

Set on the skyline hills just a short stroll outside of the city centre you’ll find the National Trust’s Bath Skyline Walk. Covering six miles it takes you on a clockwise route through meadows and ancient woodland with spectacular views along the way.

Kennet and Avon Canal Path

This is a popular walking route with residents and tourists alike as it follows Bath’s historic canal way out from the city centre along a picturesque towpath. The scenery along the way is beautiful and you can walk as much or as little as you like – if you make it to Bathampton The George Inn makes a very welcome stop for a drink or Sunday lunch.

Rainbow Woods

A short drive (or longer walk) outside of the city centre you’ll find the magical Rainbow Woods. With a play area and Elf & Fairy door trail it’s a great space for kids to run around and enjoy. You’ll also follow various walks around the woods and open fields that lead to you some amazing vantage points over Bath below.

Two Tunnels 

This former railway is now a 13-mile circular walking/cycling route that takes you from the centre of Bath out through the surrounding countryside. On the way you’ll see the Tucking Mill Viaduct and the Dundas Aqueduct, as well as travelling through the longest walking/cycling tunnel in Britain – the Combe Down Tunnel. You can join at any point and walk/cycle as far as you want.

Prior Park

This beautiful 18th-century landscape garden is a popular tourist attraction in Bath and for good reason – it’s simply stunning! Set just above the city centre you are able to enjoy sweeping views across the valley and you can walk across one of only four Palladian bridges in the world. Walkable from the city centre, this National Trust site is a great open space to visit any time of year!

The Best Alfresco Dining in Bath

Alfresco Dining in Bath

With summer on its way and the easing of restrictions now it’s fair to say we’ve all been looking forward to a meal and glass of something in the sunshine! The restaurants in Bath have been working hard to welcome us all back safely and we couldn’t be happier to be eating out again. If you’re looking for some alfresco inspiration, here’s a selection of the finest fare that you can enjoy in the fresh air:

Bath Pizza Company 

Experience award-winning pizzas in the beautiful setting of Green Park Station (Bath’s former train station). Their original wood-fired pizzas have been delighting pizza fans Bath since 2016 and it seems we cannot get enough of them!

The Scallop Shell

Seafood and Bath may seem like an usual pairing but these guys have seriously elevated the fish + chips game, offering not just traditional favourites but something new as well. Tucked away just a few minutes walk from Queen Square, it’s well worth a trip.

Beckford Bottle Shop

Wine bistro and small plates – the Beckford Bottle Shop is a delight! Sample cheeseboards, charcuterie, Raclette, all paired with an impeccable wine selection.

Homewood Park

A luxurious hotel, restaurant and spa just outside of Bath that has the most beautiful dining terrace and delicious menu. From barbecue, Sunday lunch, and afternoon tea to their Olio restaurant menu, the choice and quality of food is outstanding.

Graze Bath

Situated by the train station, Graze is a trendy microbrewery that serves up modern British dishes, as well as small plates and seasonal specials. The outside seating is fantastic and the whole place has a great atmosphere.

Hare & Hounds

Just outside of Bath’s city centre in Lansdown, the Hare & Hounds is a really popular country pub – and with good reason! The food is excellent, they have a great outside terrace eating area and the views across Bath are stunning!

Top 5 Best Coffee Stops in Bath

Top 5 Coffee Stops in Bath

When you’re walking around Bath and taking in the magnificent sights and landmarks it’s probably fair to say that you’re going to need a coffee stop (or two) along the way! We’re lucky to have an amazing selection of cafes in Bath, spread out all across the city. Here are 5 of our favourite places to refuel…

1 – Green Bird Cafe

We love this little independent cafe! It’s warm and friendly, the coffee is said to be among the best in Bath and the location is fantastic – sandwiched between The Royal Crescent and The Circus. Speaking of sandwiches, their food is amazing as well (and they have awards to prove it!) If you’re walking around this part of Bath it’s definitely a stop you’ll want to factor in.

2 – Taylor’s Bagels & Coffee

What more could you ask for in one boutique cafe?! This place is a real hidden gem in Bath but it certainly draws a crowd. The coffee is incredible (they certainly know their stuff) and the bagels are top notch. Tucked away on London street, it’s handy for anyone staying in the trendy Walcot area of Bath (known as the artisan area) but also worth the short walk if you’re in the city centre.

3 – Boston Tea Party

You may have come across Boston Tea Party in some of their other UK locations but don’t worry if not, as we’re lucky enough to have two in Bath. The larger cafe is at the top of the city, a stone’s throw from The Circus and Assembly Rooms and the original cafe is in Kingsmead Square – perfect for watching the world go by! BTP cafes have great coffee, delicious food and a really friendly, welcoming atmosphere.

4 – Society Cafe Bath

With a selection of the best coffees from around the world, you’ll be spoilt for choice here – and if you need help deciding they can give you the low down. We’re lucky to have 2 Society Cafes in Bath – one right outside the Guildhall (while you’re there, pop into the Guildhall markets) and another in Kingsmead Square.

5 – Wild Cafe

This fun, vibrant cafe is nestled away on Queen St (just behind Milsom Street) and has a great selection of speciality coffees, drinks and food. Famed for their brunch, it’s a great place to start your day and you’ll find it right in the heart of Bath. Keep your eyes peeled for their famous blue bike which likes to make an appearance out and about!