Bath is renowned for its gorgeous architecture and stunning views but they also have a plethora of adorable cafes for you to enjoy a nice hot coffee and a slice of cake. From sweet cafes that are just out of the centre to busy hipster cafes in the centre of town.
1. Sweet Little Things
Just outside of the Southgate shopping street is Sweet Little Things, a stunning tea room and bakery with adorable decor and cakes to die for. They have a large menu that serves breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. Plus they cater for most dietary requirements and have a stunning feature wall for snapping those Insta perfect pics.
There are 2 Mokoko stores in Bath and another in Bristol. Mokoko’s homely interior is ideal for a brunch date or just a quick coffee. They focus heavily on the quality of their coffee and food so you are guaranteed a great time in any of their stores. They have innovative cakes, bun and quiches for you to choose from and if you are looking for a recommendation the banana and peanut butter cake is my favourite – plus it is vegan!
3. Good Day Cafe
The Good Day Cafe is committed to making sure their customers have a good day and with their stylish interior and minimal but magnificent menu, that much is guaranteed with a visit here. They have some original meals on their menu and some brunch classics for you to enjoy.
4. Newton Farm Shop and Cafe
This one is a little out of the city centre in Newton St Loe but it makes for a great walk and an even greater coffee stop. In a refurbished barn is the Parlour Cafe which serves afternoon tea, Sunday lunch, breakfast or brunch and food to go. You can also take a look round their picturesque farm shop and perhaps even pick up a little present for yourself.
5. Green Bird Cafe
Situated between The Royal Crescent and The Circus is the adorable Green Bird Cafe. According to Bath Good Food Awards 2017, they serve the best breakfast in town. From American style pancakes with bacon to a granola pot with berry compote, they cater for all. In addition to the best breakfast, they also have an incredible lunch menu that changes with the seasons.
6. Boston Tea Party
With two branches in Bath alone, this Boston Tea Party store is a great coffee and brunch spot. This specific branch is spacious and filled with gorgeous plants. Plus they have an extensive menu that is served all day long.
7. Society Cafe
With branches in Bath, Bristol and Oxford this rustic looking cafe serves speciality coffee. Alongside the quality coffee, they serve cakes, healthy snacks and a selection of freshly prepared sandwiches for you to enjoy.
8. Soho Coffee
This cosy cafe is committed to giving you the most ethical cup of coffee they can! With rustic interior and a wide variety of coffee and cakes to choose from you are sure to have a fab time at any Soho Coffee branch but I can confirm that the Bath branch situated on Union Street is one of the cutest cafes in Bath – and they have super friendly staff and 10% student discount.
9. Forum Coffee House
Just a short walk from the bus station is the Forum Coffee House. It is an intimate cafe that is great for getting a couple hours of work done whilst enjoying a piece of homemade cake.
10. The Bridge Coffee Shop
With a stunning view of the weir, The Bridge Coffee Shop is situated on the Pulteney bridge just outside of the centre of town. They sell a selection of delicious cakes, paninis, baguettes and hot beverages for you to enjoy whilst you look out onto the beautiful River Avon.
Have you visited any of these adorable cafe’s? How did you like them? And cookies or cakes that you’d recommend to future customers? Let us know in the comments below.
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