Sally Lunn’s Buns – Tea Shops in Bath


is famous for it’s architecture but one must not over look the abundance of and place to have . Just around the corner from the Abbey Hotel (where I stayed for part of my stay in ) I came aross ’s house – the oldest house in – it’s a unique reminder of pre-Georgian dating to 1482. Sally Lunn was a french baker who came to in 1680. Sally’s buns became very well known – they are quite fluffy very light buns – they don’t look very special but they are quite delicious and the house is charming and the service was unusually super sweet.




 4 North Parade Passage, Bath BA1 1NX

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