Live like Daphne and the Duke with these Bridgerton-themed experiences
Bridgerton tours take visitors to filming locations throughout the city while weaving in other parts of the city’s history and discussing elements of the show for authenticity.
For instance, though Bridgerton takes a rather colour-blind approach to things on screen, Blue Badge-qualified guide Fred Mawer discusses how likely it would have been that people of colour, like Lady Danbury, would have held the positions they do in real-life Regency society.
Fred Mawer Tours
(fredmawertours.co.uk) offers private, two-hour Bridgerton walking tours of Bath: £120 per group (any reasonable number).
Bath Walking Tours
(bathwalkingtours.co.uk) offers public two-hour Bridgerton walking tours, daily: £15 per person.
The boutique hotel No.15 spread across a row of listed Georgian townhouses, on Great Pulteney Street (one of Bath’s finest) has 36 bespoke rooms, from the gloriously grand to the romantic and intimate. guesthousehotels.co.uk/no-15-bath/