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Folly Farm is nestled in a 250-acre nature reserve and is a popular conference venue in Bath. It has four conference suites and Bath hotel accommodation available on-site. Free parking is widely available and the site is easily accessible. Event catering is also available on-site, with a wide menu selection using locally sourced organic food and drink.
From cosy pubs to fine dining restaurants, Bath has it all. Afternoon tea is a long-standing tradition in Bath, and Bea's Vintage Tea Rooms is a popular choice, decorated in 1930s and 40s style. Famous for buttermilk scones and handmade cakes, Bea's also offers breakfast, including West Country porridge and traditional eggy soldiers.
Full of independent shops and boutiques, much of Bath's shopping area is pedestrian through winding Georgian streets. Bath's Christmas market is a hugely popular shopping attraction with over 150 wooden chalets offering handmade items, decorations, food and drinks. Most of Bath's hotels are very close to interesting and exciting shopping opportunities.
No visit to Bath is complete without a trip to the ancient Roman baths dating back almost 2000 years, which are immaculately preserved. The Grand Pump Room is a Grade I listed building situated next to baths. Visitors can even take a drink of the water from springs that fill the baths.
The Bath Rugby Union team is a popular local sport team. The University of Bath also has strong sports teams and sporting heritage, including bobsled, badminton, swimming and hockey teams. The Team Bath training centre is the home of all Bath's major athletic endeavours, including the Team GB Modern Pentathlon.