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Bath, Bath and North East Somerset, United Kingdom
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£53+
Excellent 1 reviews
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Ashley Villa
£108+
Excellent 1 reviews
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Hilton Bath City
£84+
Good 597 reviews
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Bailbrook Lodge
£159+
Excellent 1126 reviews
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Macdonald Bath Spa
£223+
Excellent 556 reviews
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Royal Crescent Hotel
£74+
Excellent 1 reviews
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Villa Magdala
£63+
Excellent 2469 reviews
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Abbey Hotel
£83+
Excellent 242 reviews
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Cranleigh
£75+
Good 1784 reviews
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Holiday Inn Express Bath
£127+
Good 175 reviews
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Homewood Park Hotel & Spa - Bath
£98+
Excellent 464 reviews
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Bath Paradise House
£84+
Excellent 329 reviews
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Chestnuts House
£63+
Excellent 655 reviews
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Brooks Guesthouse
£98+
Excellent 1501 reviews
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Francis Hotel Bath - Mgallery Collection
£95+
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The history, healing waters and mystery of Bath

The Romans were onto something when they built a spa around AD 60 over the natural hot springs in the area now known as Bath. Read more.

The history, healing waters and mystery of Bath

The Romans were onto something when they built a spa around AD 60 over the natural hot springs in the area now known as Bath. Located in Somerset, West of London and close to Bristol, Bath is now a World Heritage Site, and boasts more than a history of spas. Home to literary legend Jane Austen and a handful of iconic architectural landmarks, Bath continues to be one of Britain’s prime tourist destinations.

Stonehenge, Roman Baths and Breathtaking Architecture

A priority on any trip to Bath is a visit to the thermal baths, both historic and contemporary. The Roman Baths are one of the best preserved Roman remains in the world, with steaming spring water still filling the site daily. Take a look around the magnificent site and sip the purportedly healing, mineral laden waters in the Pump Room. Get a first hand spa experience and bathe at the Thermae Bath Spa, Britain’s only source of naturally warm, mineral-rich waters. While touring Bath, you can’t miss the Royal Crescent, a row of terrace houses built circa 1770 that are famous in the UK and beyond as being one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture. Next, stop by the Bath Abbey and the Theatre Royal for further examples of beautiful architecture. A short drive from Bath is the mysterious Stonehenge and the rolling hills of the Wiltshire landscape. This formation of stones set amongst a landscape of prehistoric mounds is a wonderful and intriguing day trip destination for curious visitors. End a day of sightseeing at Alexandra Park atop Beechen Cliff and take in the panoramic views as the sun sets over Bath.

Getting to Bath and Navigating Your Stay

It can be a rather leisurely experience arriving via one of the regional airports within the vicinity of Bath. Queues at Bristol International Airport, Southampton Airport or Cardiff Airport are generally shorter than those in London airports, and it’s much easier to find your way out. Of course, international flights to London are an easy enough option, with regular trains from London directly to Bath. Road travel by car or bus is relatively efficient and parking is available in the Bath city centre. As with many regional UK towns, Bath is easily navigated on foot. Driving within the city can be quite congested so it’s best to leave your car parked and explore under your own steam. Bicycling within the city is varied, however, the UK’s first official cycle path starts in Bath and provides an enjoyable and scenic 24km route to Bristol. The local tour buses are an excellent way to get an idea of the sights, allowing visitors to jump on and off as they traverse the major attractions in the city centre.

Accommodation Tips for Bath

Booking your stay within the central area of Bath means close proximity to entertainment, many attractions, shopping and dining options, and it also provides easy access to transport for day trips. Bath has the full spectrum of accommodation from budget hostels to high-end hotels, and a comfortable selection of self-catering homes and guesthouses in between. To make sure you find what you’re looking for, plan ahead, especially in the summer season.

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