Enjoy a literary tea-time away from Bath’s bustling streets

Bath, Somerset

Escape the city with Mr Darcy and a fine English cuppa.

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Jane Austen lived in Bath between 1801 and 1806, but it’s doubtful even she enjoyed an afternoon tea as good as the one at the Jane Austen Centre. Its Regency Tea Room, a fine Georgian townhouse overlooking the city centre, combines English elegance with modern service. It’s a welcome respite, should Bath’s cobbles take their toll.

In fact modern doesn’t stop at the staff. The Regency has 15 varieties of loose-leaf tea, Belgian hot chocolate and fresh coffee, as well as delicious cakes, sandwiches toasties and rolls. Little wonder it has been handed the Tea Guild's Award of Excellence. High praise indeed, Mr Darcy.

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