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WATERGATE BAY RESTAURANT & SPA With stunning views, even despite a shower or storm, Watergate Bay has plenty on off er in wet weather. Soak away to tropical paradise in the hotel’s pool and


spa facilities before booking into the new-look Beach Hut restaurant for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Get a day membership that includes the pool, spa and a two course lunch where you can choose anything from a Cornish beef burger to seafood platters. T en nestle up in one of the restaurant's cosy snugs


and sip a hot chocolate, or wait for the evening sun and enjoy a glass of wine or cocktail on the decking. www.watergatebay.co.uk


FOODLOVER’S RAINY DAY ICE CREAM PICKS


Come rain or shine, ice cream is a must whilst on holiday. Here are our top three ice cream picks for this summer...


Purbeck, Strawberry Ice Cream


RIGHT: Watergate Bay Restaurant and Spa.


Granny Gothards, Somerset Cider Brandy


Yeo Valley, Sea Salted Caramel


Dad’s Show him who’s Top of the Pops word the


For once, no lunch-on-the-run, grab-something-later or microwaved-yesterday.


This Father’s Day, treat him to some exquisite tastes – on the plate and in the glass – and a leisurely lunchtime in which to relish them fully. Our head chef’s finest lunch menu, combined with our ever-intriguing wine-list will, on Sunday June 18, create a small oasis of indulgence (and go down a lot better than a soft-rock CD you bought from a service station).


Two-course menu, £26.00. Three courses, £32.50.


olivetreebath.co.uk Russel Street, Bath, BA1 2QF (01225) 447928


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