Booked in advance online so you don't have to wait in the inevitable queue for a table. Had the cheese scones and cream tea and Hubby chose a bottle of Prosecco off the menu. A bit pricey for a lunch but enjoyable, although the fruit scones weren't anything special (I've baked better). a bit touristy but after all, that's why we came to Bath to see the sights and I could imagine the decadence of the era of Jane Austen when the rooms here served as the main meeting place for the aristocracy. The musicians provided a nice touch and added to the lively atmosphere.
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