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Savouring Bath - 15% Discount on award winning tours - 'Food Heroes' and 'Guilty Pleasures'

Explore using your taste buds on our culinary sampling tours of England’s UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath!

Visit independent, culinary artisans for tastings of their award-winning produce, with the equivalent of a meal’s worth of samples included along the way. All tours are lead by a highly knowledgeable and friendly local guides, who will take you off the well-trodden path to provide the best advice on Bath’s food & drink scene, along with anecdotal stories of this stunning city & it’s unique culinary heritage!

Scheduled tours operate on a weekly basis from February to November. Private tours, or unique, bespoke experiences are available on request, all year round. Most special dietary needs can be catered for with advance notice.

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Our Offers & Rewards for Savouring Bath

15% Discount on award winning tours - 'Food Heroes' and 'Guilty Pleasures'

Ask your accommodation provider for the ‘Savouring Bath discount code’ and then book online at https://savouringbath.com/. BBS Members please contact us for the code.

All tours must be booked and paid for online, in advance. Payments must be made by credit card.

Please note that tours are taken off sale from 2 working days in advance, to give us time to prepare our suppliers, so please be sure to book your tour with plenty of notice!

For further enquiries, see our website or contact us at hello@savouringbath.com

Show your Bath Reward Card to receive this offer or reward. If you book with any accommodation provider listed on StayinBath.org you will receive a Bath Reward Card free when you stay. Bath Building Society members can also receive a free Bath Reward Card, please ask in any branch for details.
 

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