• Six delicious food and drink tastings from the 18th century
• Discover how history has shaped Bath's culinary scene
• Learn what Austen and other famous figures thought of Bath’s foodie scene
What Nick Nick Boulos is a multi award-winning travel writer and editor and the founder of MakeMyDay. He has spent more than ten years writing for the world’s leading publications including the Sunday Times, Washington Post, National Geographic and the Guardian. says
Let the tastes of Georgian-era Bath transport you to a time when Pride and Prejudice author Jane Austen and dandy Beau Nash called the splendid UNESCO World Heritage Centre home. Historical tales and culinary delights combine as you sample food and drink popular in the city during the rules of kings George I, II, III and IV (we're talking between 1714-1830). With this insightful combination of street food and seated tastings, you’ll hear tales of Bath’s lost food retailers while enjoying the elegant architecture of the era.
- English speaking guide
- Food and drink tastings
- A foodie city map for exploring local suppliers
Other important info:
Refunds and changes: permitted with at least 48 hours notice.
The meeting point will be supplied upon booking.
Group size: max 8. There are no audio headsets.
This tour runs in all weathers.
Vegetarian diets catered for but unfortunately not to gluten-free, dairy-free and other dietary needs due to nature of tour and alternatives to historical foods being unavailable.
ID required to sample alcohol if you look under 25.
Guests with mobility issues can be catered for as much as possible with advance notice.
This tour is also available privately at a time and date to suit you. Please contact us: email@example.com