Wicked Quiet Season – Not So Much!Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 at 10:03 am
We have been talking about our Wicked Quiet Season Rates quite a bit and they really are terrific – either $100 or $120 per night. But just because we call them Wicked Quiet Season Rates does not mean all is quiet in Bath during the months this special runs. Bath is a year-round town; shops are open, the downtown in hopping, restaurants are doing great business but there is no wait for a table and the sun is shining brightly as I type this. With all this in mind, I wanted to highlight some of the things that are coming up in the next several weeks.
First on the list is Solo Bistro reopening tonight after a winter break. They continue with their $17.99 Wednesday prix fixe three course menu and jazz on Friday nights. Check the link for all things good and yummy!
Theater is happening here in Bath with the play, Telemachus Clay, running on January 30th and 31st and February 1st, 6th, 7th and 8th. We know this is going to be a fabulous production because our friend, Cathy Matero, is in it. This production will be at the Chocolate Church. If you are holding out for a couple months before you travel, Studio Theatre of Bath will be performing a 35th Anniversary production of A Streetcar Named Desire. Auditions are happening this month if you have caught the acting bug.
Music is always a big part of Bath’s cultural scene. Check out the Chocolate Church Arts Center for a listing of their upcoming shows and you can book a Chocolate Weekend Package with us for one of their events. As I said above, Solo Bistro has jazz every Friday evening, Front Street Public House host local musicians throughout the week, Byrne’s Irish Pub has a Sunday Irish Sing Along plus other live acts on weekends and Bath’s famous Hot Chocolate Jubilee is slated for the end of March.
Lastly, the beaches, nature preserves and hiking spots continue with their beautiful visitas no matter what time of the year you visit. The sunrises and sunsets have been spectacular, check out Living in Bath or Benjamin M. Williamson Photography on Facebook for some great photos of the local area.
So no matter what your interest, or if you are just looking to kick back and relax at our B&B, there is plenty going on during the Wicket Quiet Season!
Hoping to see you soon – Tille