Bath in Film, our guide to the top locations to relive your favourite dramas. The city plays a starring role in Bridgerton, with many scenes being shot throughout the city. Many of the city’s fantastic independent businesses featured as locations in the series…
It’s difficult not to imagine bumping into Eloise and Penelope enjoying a gossip as they browse through the market stalls, or even to catch a salacious encouter between Anthony Bridgerton and Siena, as you stroll through the cobbled square of Abbey Quarter. Home to some of Bath’s favourite shops and eateries, if you love imagining yourself on a film set, an exploration of this area is an absolute must for fans of Bridgerton.
The Abbey Deli
An unmissable treat on our Bath in film collection. Whilst you won’t find the famed dressmaker Madame Delacroix here, what you will find is an assortment of freshly baked meals and produce sourced from local suppliers. A must visit for anyone looking for a nice place to lunch.
The Holburne Museum
After browsing the wonderful art collection, transport yourself back to 1813 and enjoy tea in the café, where a section has been converted into a ‘Bridgerton’ setting. There’s even a photo area at the front of the building – used as the exterior for Lady Danbury’s townhouse for all your Bridgerton-inspired snaps!
No.1 Royal Crescent
Bath in film lovers should not miss the opportunity to explore the rooms of the house and marvel at the Georgian splendour, whilst imaging yourself eavesdropping on gossip from the servants and family that live there. Just like the Featherington’s in Bridgerton and of course, a good place to imagine yourself in a Jane Austen novel.
12 Trim Street
Known as Gunter’s Tea Shop to Bridgerton fans, this charming shop front is home to 12 Trim Street, an award-winning hairdresser and beauty parlor.