Cobbled stone alleys, friendly people and a break from London city. What more could you ask for?
Tim booked us a weekend away to Bath. Perfect time to escape the crazy pre holiday buzz in Londom.
What do you pack for a weekend away? A wool coat and accesories to jazz up a simple outfit. With travel suitcase in hand and snacks for the road we were off to explore beautiful Bath.
Tim rented out the cutest Air BnB, wooden floors, chandeliers dangling from the roof and a Victorian bath and fire place. An absolute dream!
With winter in full swing I had no choice than to take my wool military style coat on the trip. I love fashion but I choose warmth and comfort over anything else. So to jazz up my long coat I wore a pair of cat eye sunglasses from My shop ~madseventies and Dr Martens to avoid blisters or moaning.
What did we do first? We went on a coffee mission. I guess you can call us slight coffee snobs, we would spend more money on a good coffee than a night out drinking. Colonna in case you looking for a good cup.
Saturday was a busy one. First stop; The Roman Baths. Such a beautiful place, worth the visit. So much history, textures and colours.
My Saturday outfit ~
I wore M&S trousers paired up with a black roll neck and my one and only pair of cowboy boots. To add a few layers to the outfit I wore my beret and vintage leather clutch that I found on our first night in Bath. Not having your wardrobe with you creates excitement of having to create a fabulous outfit with just a few key elements.
After the Roman Baths we went to one of the best fine dining restaurants for lunch. What an experience. I can go on and on about how amazing the food was and how incredible it was to see so much art and layers on one plate BUT I won’t. After explosions of flavours and full tummies we dragged our bodies to the Spa for some cleansing and complete relaxation.
On Sunday (sadly our last day) we went to the Holburne Museum to admire some incredible art pieces collected over the time. What better way to end a fantastic trip in a grand building with high ceilings, crystal chandeliers and timeless art pieces.
So on the last day I wore (yet again) a comfortable outfit but with a 70’s twist. I paired up this incredible vintage poncho I found in Bath with slim trousers, cowboy boots and cat eye sunglasses. (I am also considering selling this incredible gem on my shop in the next few weeks)
The days felt long and slow and the the people were friendly.
My kind of place.
Till next time magical Bath ~