As the day of love comes around the corner plenty of people will be running about researching where to go and what to do. If you are in the gifting frame of mind take a peek at my Valentine’s day themed gift guides.
Bath is one of Britain’s most romantic cities, after all even Jane Austen felt compelled to write her famous novels while inspired by the city. So take your loved one by the hand and enjoy wonderful restaurants and evenings of beautiful music.
FOR EPICURE LOVERS
Dine out in Bath
The Walcot offers a cosy cafe space as well as a more formal dining room, wrapped in winding plants.
The Francis Hotel presents a tantalising fusion of Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine in a Marrakech styled dining room.
The Royal Crescent Hotel and Spa brings you fine dining from charming afternoon tea to dinner by candlelight.
The Pump Room brings us fine dining with a side of music by the Pump Room Trio, founded by Beau Nash and long through of as the longest-established resident ensemble in Europe.
For the Music lovers
Enjoy a Evening a Classical Music
For all the classical music aficionados, Bath Assembly Rooms will be hosting a series of concerts honouring J S Bach and his Baroque contemporaries. It will also be live-streamed for those who cannot make the concerts. Thursday 17- Saturday 19 February
For those of us who feel a deeper love for Mozart and his contemporaries, there is also a Mozart Fest to enjoy. 7 Feb 2022- 19 Feb 2022.
FOR THE HISTORY LOVERS
Walk the paving stones that Romans did over a thousand years ago and enjoy the warm glow the setting sun places over the bath stone.
While walking on the balcony you can listen to the abbey bells chime and even enjoy lunch at the Pump Rooms restaurant after your tour.
For the FILM ENTHUSIASTS
A screening of West Side Story from the National Theatre at Tivoli
Tivoli brings together the glamour and fun of cinema with an evening you expect to find while watching the silver screen. In house or dining or drinks can be enjoyed in their modern yet tasteful interiors.