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History

History

Sally Lunn, the original Bath Bun & one of the Oldest Houses in Bath

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Our historic building is one of the oldest houses in the fascinating city of Bath, England.

Our kitchen museum is believed to originally have been the bakery of the young Huguenot baker (today our namesake patron) who created the first Bath bun: a regional speciality now known the world over.

Today our menus skilfully blend tradition with contemporary flair. Centuries after we first opened our doors, we’re a thriving coffee house, tea shop and bistro, much-loved by locals and tourists alike.

Georgian cooking range

This part of our website covers a lot of the history of Sally Lunn herself as well as the famous Sally Lunn bun.

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