Who knew there is so much to do in the centre of Bath?

Who knew there is so much to do in the centre of Bath?

Finally, 2016 has arrived, we have taken down the decorations and are looking forward to a cessation in the rain and Spring making an appearance. Fortunately, here in the centre of Bath, we are not defined by the weather. There is masses to do for everyone, no matter how young you are or what interests you. So come to stay with us and have some fun. www.threeabbeygreen.com

Who knew you could do T’ai Chi on the Terrace of the Roman Baths – just 50 yards from our front door? Check out www.romanbaths.co.uk

Or, in the Year of the Monkey, you and your family could help the Museum of Asian Art achieve The 100 Monkey Challenge by making origami monkeys on February 6th.

Or make indulgent chocolate truffles for Valentine’s Day. For more information, visit www.bathcakecompany.co.uk

Or go to the Makery to get that lovely sense of fulfilment from making things ourselves – in this particular case, learn how to do free-machine embroidery on January 29th www.themakery.co.uk

These are just a taster of the hundreds of different things you can do in the centre of Bath. Do go to www.visitbath.co.uk to look at the huge range of activities on offer.

Also our major Festivals return again in 2016.

Bath Digital FestivalFebruary 12th to 19th, the Bath Digital Festival is back with a programme of events celebrating the local digital sector. Last year the festival reached 2,189 attendees with 120 hours of content delivered over 25 events. This year will be bigger and better than ever before. Recognised as one of the leading tech and creative hubs in the UK, the festival aims to showcase, educate and inspire the industries and people that make the sector great.

Bath Literature FestivalFebruary 26th to March 6th, the Bath Literature Festival celebrates its 21st birthday. Secure a front row seat at an unmissable audience with much-loved broadcaster Joan Bakewell. Explore the links between fiction and history with award-winning Girl with a Pearl Earring author Tracey Chevalier. Enjoy a hilarious take on science with comedian and actor Ben Miller. Get the inside track on 21st century politics from Vince Cable. See an improvised Jane Austen novel created before your eyes at the sell-out Edinburgh Fringe show Austentatious. Plus Dom Joly, Alice Roberts, Patrick Barkham, John Suchet (on Strauss), Harry Leslie Smith, Cameron at No. 10 The Inside Story & The Twenty One Best Coming – Of – Age Novels.


The Bath Half Marathon (13 March 2016) is one of the longest established and most popular city centre road events in the UK. It is also one of the largest charity fundraisers in the South West, raising over £1.4 million for charity last year alone. The course itself is fast and flat making it suitable for all abilities – for beginners whose key objective is to complete the course, to more regular long-distance runners looking to beat their personal best time. It covers a two-lap 13.1 mile (21.1km) traffic-free course straddling both sides of the River Avon, with a configuration that ensures crowd support and excellent opportunities for spectators to watch the runners at a number of locations around the course. Both the ‘Bath Half’ and the Family Fun Run start and finish in Great Pulteney Street, in the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath.

Bath Comedy FestivalApril 1st to10th, the eighth annual Bath Comedy Festival in 2016 has over 100 events. With more acts than ever before in both the core curated programme and the open programme, Bath will host an eclectic mix of both well-known and up-and-coming comedy performers, and includes the inaugural Kids’ Comedy Festival.



Bath in FashionApril 18th to 24th sees the return of Bath in Fashion. “Bath is Different ….as regional fashion weeks go, Bath in Fashion is in a league of its own” Claudia Croft, Sunday Style Times Magazine. Bath has long been a fashionable destination, a place to see and be seen. In 2015 the city continued to flex its stylish credentials and attracted the international fashion pack who shared their style secrets and made last year’s Bath In Fashion event another jam-packed affair.

Bath International Music Festival is back and better than ever! Running 20th May – 30th May 2016, it’s packed with an array of brilliant events.

Now I’ve whetted your appetite with things to do in the centre of Bath, book now to stay with us www.threeabbeygreen.com

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