In this 3 hour walking tour, you can taste wonderful English desserts between savory and sweet, learn about British gastronomic culture and learn about the history of Bath, which is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
- Local food, drinks and shopping hot spots.
- Variety of at least 8 different food and drink tastings.
- Friendly, locally-based, & knowledgeable tour guide.
Thursday and Saturday
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The tour starts from the center of the city at 2:00 PM, you will find the guide of Savouring Bath to start this sweet and delicious adventure through the streets of the city. You can walk and learn the history of Bath, which is known as Historical Heritage of Humanity, while visiting different candy producing stores.
You will go from local to local experiencing a wide variety of English flavors and delights, you will learn about the British culture of food and drinks and you will spend the incredible afternoon tasting up to 8 different desserts between salty and sweet. At the end, you will return to the same starting point.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|General (P/P)||35.00 (GBP)|
- 8 food tasting and different drinks.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you cater for my dietary requirement?
Special dietary information will be requested from you as part of the booking process. As long as we know by a minimum of 1 week in advance, we will cater as best we can for most special dietary needs by offering alternatives for vegetarians, vegans, or anyone requiring a gluten-free, or dairy-free diet, as well as various other allergies and intolerances.
However, some of our special tours are very specifically themed and do not offer alternatives – if this is the case you will see this information listed against the tour description.
If your special dietary need is particularly unusual to us then we will try to contact you on receipt of your booking, but if you don’t hear from us, rest assured that we expect to be able to cater accordingly to a reasonable degree (e.g. there may be 1 tasting in 8-10 which might not be appropriate for you).
If you are part of a private tour group or special event, please check with your group organiser to ensure your needs have been accounted for.
What are the mobility, walking and accessibility considerations?
All the the food and drink suppliers we visit are independent businesses and as many of them operate in Grade 1 listed buildings, some don’t have level access or step-free access, and many have limited space. All our tours and activities involve walking so participants with severe walking difficulties may struggle to get the best out of the tour.
Wheelchair users have taken our tours in the past and with advance notice, we’ve been able to plan and provide prior advice, to help them get the best out of the tour avoiding as many obstacles as possible. It’s really helpful if you to let us know in advance regarding any mobility issues, so that we can plan to accommodate your needs as much as possible.
The maximum walking distance between any 2 suppliers is 320 yards on our “Guilty Pleasures” tour, but on most tours it’s an average of about 100 yards. Many of our visits are not seated though, so if you struggle to walk this distance, or are unable to stand unaided for at least 15 minutes, you may want to discuss options with us before making your booking.
We want our tours to be as accessible to as many people as possible regardless of mobility issues so if you would like to discuss accessibility with us, please don’t hesitate to contact us by email in the first instance: firstname.lastname@example.org. If necessary, we will be happy to call you to discuss and plan accordingly.
Arriving on any of our tours without having informed us of any serious mobility issue may result in disappointment or serious difficulties in you being able to get the best value for money from the tour, so please don’t hesitate to request a call back by emailing us first, in order that we can plan to ensure you get the best out of your Savouring Bath foodie experience!