The Hidden Gardens of Bath

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The Hidden Gardens of Bath - £3 refunded off any tour on presentation of Reward Card

Have you ever wondered what lies hidden behind the facades of Bath’s houses and hotels?

Helen Hughesdon and The Hidden Gardens of Bath give you the opportunity to discover beautiful gardens rarely seen. The morning or afternoon tours visit three private gardens of various sizes with the opportunity to meet the hard-working and passionate garden owners.

A delicious home-made cream tea is served during the afternoon tour in the final of the three gardens whilst coffee and homemade biscuits are served during the morning tour.

The tours explore parts of Bath away from the city centre unveiling gems of buildings, hidden walkways and stunning views. Scheduled tours take place weekly from April – October. Bespoke tours are available on request at a time to suit you.

07793 085267

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Our Offers & Rewards for The Hidden Gardens of Bath

£3 refunded off any tour on presentation of Reward Card

Show your Bath Reward Card to receive this offer or reward. If you book with any accommodation provider listed on 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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