Oolitic limestone first mined in the 17th and 18th centuries in Somerset and Wiltshire and used extensively to build the Georgian city of Bath; it is a "freestone", one that can be cut in any direction. It can assume a 'honey colour' tinge, particularly in locations with clean air.
Local examples (click to enlarge)
Bath stone used at St Thomas' church, Burgate
Bath stone used at Kent College, Whitstable Road
Bath stone used at Aucher Villas on London Road
Bath stone used on Galpin's House, King's School