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Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House and Museum
4 North Parade Passage, Bath BA1 1NX
 
Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House and Museum
Open
Mon-Sat.10:00am -10:00pm
Sun. 11:00am - 9:00pm

Description

Housed in the oldest building in Bath, beneath this multi-roomed tea house is an excavation site where archaelogical digs from late last century found differing materials of floor from centuries past. If you dine in the house you are welcome to go down and have a look around and buy some buns to take away or souvenirs from the little kiosk as well. There is a small charge for non-dining customers.

Counting itself as the originator of the unique Bath buns, Sally Lunn's buns are indeed infamous and not quite like the other versions available in the region.  The menu, sweet and savoury, revolves around the buns, including the main meal offerings.  The most popular, and deservedly so, is the cinnamon bun.  Simply scrumptious!

Overview
Gluten freeSoy availableAccept credit cardsToilets
Mother/Baby friendlyWifi availableAlcohol licenceReservations
Year Opened1680
OwnerJonathan Overton
ManagerDale Ingram
Cake DesignerDale, Zena, Fran, Caroline, Dawn and Sonia (bakers)
Chocolate_SupplierVarious
Tea SupplierVarious
Coffee SupplierVarious
Soy SupplierSoya Solieil
Price Range: Coffee & Cake£3.95 - £4.45 (individual cakes)
Price Range: Afternoon Tea£6.18 - £11.88
Price Range: Wedding &
Sweets
N/A
Menu
Contact Information
Address 4 North Parade Passage, Bath
PostcodeBA1 1NX
Closest StationBath Spa
Opening HoursMon-Sat.10:00am -10:00pm
Sun. 11:00am - 9:00pm
Phone Number01225 461634
Websitewww.sallylunns.co.uk
Emailmanager@sallylunns.co.uk
FacebookClick Here
Twitterwww.twitter.com/sallylunns
 
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