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Reservations are not accepted, plan to wait during peak hours
The oldest house in Bath and once home to Huguenot refugee, Solange Luyon circa 1680. While locals had trouble untying their tongues around the young lady's name, she became known as Sally Lunn while warming their hearts with an incredible and unique recipe for a bun, which was baked on site.
That bun and its secret preparation remains on the menu today, where visitors to Bath can enjoy a sweet or savoury half (it's BIG) or share with travel companions for the whole experience. It's located within steps of the local coach park for arranged tours stopping in Bath for the day, just be sure to plan your visit well as they don't take reservations. Surprisingly, despite the house's age, it features climate controlled comfort during both summer and winter months.
In general, Bath remains among the most popular destinations for day trips out of London and features heavily on the itineraries of arranged tours throughout south and southwest England, with coach tour passengers enjoying drop off only steps away from the site of Sally Lunn's. Train service is onto Bath Spa while Bath's bus terminal is also exceptionally close.
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