St Christopher's Inn

9 Green St, Bath, Somerset, BA1 2JY, United Kingdom
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75%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
8%
8
Very Good
41%
38
Average
26%
24
Poor
11%
11
Terrible
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11

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  • Families0
  • Couples36
  • Solo57
  • Business100

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Fridays after 5 in bath

by Rosstipha

Hi will be stopping in Bath in November but I wont arrive till after 5 maybe 6pm.
Will there be anything touristy still open at night for me to visit as I havent been before and always wanted too. Also could you recoment a nice restaurant to take the better half to and maybe a nice pub for a drink.

Be setting off for yeovil just before 12 the next day, so I will only have a few hours of tourism any recomendations of what I should not miss.

I'll try and give myself more time next time :-)

Re: Fridays after 5 in bath

by leics

The 'touristy' things will be shut, I think.

I wouldn't miss the Roman Baths, or the Royal Crescent (you could see that in the evening, of course and perhaps visit number 1 the next morning).

http://visitbath.co.uk/site/things-to-do/roman-baths-p25681

http://visitbath.co.uk/site/things_to_do/p_25441

Travel Tips for Bath

Love the main feature of Bath

by marinarena

Well, the waters of course!

Bath can boasts of its naturally streaming hot springs, the main eye candy aside from the Roman baths (and Stonehedge). I should have recorded the flowing, crahing waves here, even if they sound like any given steam in the world. I just remember the pure delight of hearing and seeing them. Despite the stormy weather, I braved walking around the hot springs of the Avon River.

Don't Drink The Water

by greebo

The Pump Room is a rather grandoise building adjacent to the Roman Baths, where in the Georgian/Victorian visitors to Bath could partake in a drink of the healing waters whilst listening to chamber music in genteel surrounding catching up on the gossip with their friends. The original spring from which the visitors used to drink was contaminated by an unhealthy bacteria several years ago and a new source of water had to be found. If you are intending to drink of the water at the Pump Room, I would advise taking some squash to flavour it as it tastes revolting. Don't say I didnt warn you. The Pump Room is open for lunch and evening meals.
The man in the picture hands out glasses of the spring water and was more than happy to pose for a picture when I asked him then offered to have a picture taken with him revealing his chest!!!! Men huh.

Cheddar Gorge

by paradisedreamer

Cheddar is home to Britain's largest gorge. The Cheddar Yeo in Gough's Cave is Britain's biggest underground river, and the Gorge Cliffs are Britain's highest inland limestone cliffs. As early as 1130 AD, the beauty of the Gorge was recognised as one of the "Four wonders of England". Historically, Cheddar's source of wealth was farming and cheese making for which it was famous as early as 1170 AD.

Swanky bars!

by Stellco about Bar HAHA

Bar HAHA is a new bar at the top of town, full of twenty something career types, but some trendy youngsters! Quite smart, they probably would still let you in, but you'd be embarrassed if you went in trainers!

Huge pub meals

by Sjalen about Crystal Palace

When there is an Englishman in the family, he wants to have pub meals when in England and frankly, so did I. We managed to find a few places accepting children and this was one of them. It turned out to be a very friendly pub where the staff made even the seven-year-old feel welcome and moreover, they allowed us to order food despite being almost at closing time for the kitchen. This saved the day as it was pouring down and we were fed up with looking and getting hungry. Now we got a huge meal each and our daughter even got to try her first "non-daddy-made" shepherds pie. The pub has several rooms (and a terrace in summer) and therefore never became too smoky either.

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Address: 9 Green St, Bath, Somerset, BA1 2JY, United Kingdom