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For me one of the joys of going away on holidays is looking for a hotel with a huge breakfast buffet spread. I had never been to Bath and loved the small city that felt like it had been taken out one of the books I read as a child from my favorite English author. However, what remains fresh in my memory, is breakfast at Lavender House.


The guest are treated with utmost care and respect, a sherry constantly at your disposal on the way to your room (probably to give us some encouragement before bracing the weather, especially when coming from Spain) and the breakfast is magnificent. There is ample space in the dinning room with a huge glass window from which you can enjoy the view to a garden as you happily munch. It was a three course breakfast with lots and lots of options (for meat eaters and vegetarians), organic and fresh farm produce.


1358767917.8454-large.jpg I really cannot recommend it enough, will definitely be going back (an added plus, the rooms were beautiful and there was a friendly black and white cat that was just a joy to watch).


Author of I stand corrected, When I grow up... Bienvenidos a gatos anónimos, Pasarse cuatro Pueblos and Sesenta segundos dan para mucho, Patricia Asedegbega Nieto was born to a Spanish mother and a Nigerian father in Madrid. As a child, she relocated with her family to Nigeria and later returned to Spain, where she acquired her BSc and master´s degree. She is currently living near Madrid with her family and her very stubborn cat, Merlin Mojito.

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