Sally Lunn’s

4 North Parade Passage Bath BA1 1NX

Firmly on the tourist trail but worth stopping at to sample their eponymous buns, still made using the original 15th-century recipe. The original Sally Lunn was a 17th-century refugee from France, and there’s more than a hint of brioche in her bun, a rich but light bap that the rickety little bakehouse serves up toasted (with smoked salmon), savoury (BLT) or sweet (smothered in home-made ginger butter). Opt for a “trencher”, hot stews served on a bread base, if you’re after a more filling meal.

Best Places to stay near Sally Lunn’s

What Customers say about Cool Places

Everything I needed for a stay

I'm already looking forward to going again and would highly recommend this hotel to anyone visiting the area. It definitely deserves a five star rating!

Nathan, Verified Customer

6 out of 5!!!!

This place was amazing… I could not recommend this place enough, I’ll be singing their praise for many years to come and we are going to book again soon.

Barbara, Verified Customer

Easy to navigate

Great site that offers a really broad range of places to stay across the UK. Easy to navigate and book holidays.

Patrick, Verified Customer

Such a great variety of properties

Found this website when looking to book a staycation for later in the year. Such a great variety of properties and the website is really easy to use. Already shared with my family and friends.

CT, Verified Customer

Great, simple, straightforward

Great, simple and straightforward. I will definitely be using Cool Places again.

SM, Verified Customer