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Bath Tourism Plus
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Some of our favourites in Bath this Christmas
An award winning social enterprise that sells natural high quality whole-leaf teas and herbal infusions.
Bailbrook House Hotel
A beautiful country house hotel located minutes from the centre of Bath.
Lavender grown on our Somerset farm, a wide range of locally grown lavender gifts. Pure lavender essential oil grown and distilled on the farm.
Where Jamie Oliver meets Cath Kidston, at the heart of Milsom Street.