With the festive season just around the corner, there are plenty of winter activities to boost your Christmas spirit when you stay at Bailbrook House.

Whether it be ice skating or festive shopping at one of Bath’s fine Christmas markets, Bailbrook House Hotel is the ideal place to stay this winter. 

Bath Christmas Market

With twinkling chalets spread out across Bath’s picturesque Georgian streets, Bath Christmas Market is the perfect place for a spot of Christmas shopping. Celebrating the market's 20th anniversary, the market will run for 18 days, with more than 170 chalets will sell a range of seasonal gifts, food and drink. From unique homeware to personalised presents, Christmas decorations, handcrafted jewellery and more, you’re guaranteed to find something special for your loved ones.

Bath on Ice

From the 12th November to the 3rd January, Bath’s favourite ice rink returns to Victoria Park with 1000 square meters of smooth ice. Glowing in atmospheric lights, skate away while enjoying wintery music. At the cosy bar, you can also enjoy seasonal drinks and snacks that are sure to get you in the mood for Christmas.

Aladdin at Theatre Royal Bath

The amazing story of a boy, a lamp, and a genie returns to spread magic across the Theatre Royal Bath stage this Christmas! This brand new pantomime is packed full of enchanting story, side-splitting comedy, exotic settings and dazzling special effects, perfect for the family.

The Enchanted Garden of Light

Be transported into a magical after-dark adventure through spectacular light displays and explore the beautiful grounds decorated in glorious seasonal colour. Keep warm under the stars with hot spiced apple drink, mulled wine and luxurious hot chocolate, and feast on a banquet of delicious treats from homemade mince pies and roasted chestnuts to mouth-watering hotdogs and gourmet burgers. Find out more here.

Combine a festive break at Bailbrook House Hotel with these wonderful family attractions. Find out more about our Christmas packages here.


This article is factually correct as of November 2022