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Although I have often eaten here I never knew the museum existed - probably in too much of a rush. What a lovely little place and so interesting. To think that this is where she actually made her Bath buns 350 years ago!
On our weekend away in Bath we visited (again) this lovely place for coffee & the famous Sally Lunn bun (with cinnamon butter of course!)
We took friends who had never been before & they were enchanted with the lovely old building & museum too....More
A tiny room in the tiny basement of this narrow ancient house/restaurant. In the 1980's, the owners dug into the basement looking for extra storage space -- and they found Roman and Medieval remains. Amazing! Free.
We visited Sally Lunn's to buy some of the famous buns to take home. They sell the buns downstairs in the museum which is basically the old kitchen. We were served by a very sweet lady who explained about the history of the kitchen and...More