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This place has the best coffee in town, from their own roastery in Wiltshire.  The cakes are delicious and if you fancy something savoury, they make a mean smoked salmon and cream cheese bagel....

Try their sourdough bread if you get the chance.  Brownies and an array of sweet treats, washed down with a delicious coffee are adored by Bathonians, so expect to queue to get a table....

The best place for a fry up or something more adventurous such as their yummy Shakshuka if you’re in the mood, will set you up for a days sightseeing. ...

The village atmosphere is bolstered by independent shops including Larkhall Butchers, a farm shop, delis, cafés, florists and even a co-operative printing workshop. ...

With everything from takeaways to restaurants, delis and gift shops a must visit is The Ring O’Bells and at the far end of the parade, just around the corner, sits the Bath Botanical Gin Distillery & Herbal Apothecary where they offer gin tastings....

Walcot Street is just a 10-minute walk away and home to some fantastic independent shops including the quirky second hand clothes emporium that is The Yellow Shop, with the adjoining American Dreams Comics....

The beautiful cast iron roof, not only provides year-round shelter but also houses Bath Farmers’ Market, the first of its kind in the UK and a Saturday morning visit is a must...

Full of coffee shops, restaurants and a world famous cocktail bar (more on that later), a massive tree in the middle provides shade for the many benches underneath where you can take a rest and watch the world go by....