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Woolpack Inn
Warminster Road
BA11 6SP Bath
from £ 55
Edgar Townhouse
64 GT Pulteney Street
BA2 4DN Bath
from £ 61
Wentworth House Hotel
106 Bloomfield Road
BA2 2AP Bath
5.8 / 10
Ashley Villa
26 Newbridge Road
BA1 3JZ Bath
8.3 / 10
from £ 65
Cranleigh Guesthouse
159 Newbridge Hill
BA1 3PX Bath
from £ 61
Best Western Abbey Hotel
North Parade
BA1 1LF Bath
7.1 / 10
Bath Windsor Hotel
69 Great Pulteney Street
BA2-4DL Bath
Parade Park Hotel
8-10 North Parade
BA2 4AL Bath
6.7 / 10
Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel
Sydney Road
BA2 6JF Bath
9.5 / 10
from £ 125
Pratt's Hotel
South Parade
BA2 4AB Bath
6.8 / 10
from £ 58
Hilton Bath City
Walcot Street
BA1 5BJ Bath
7.4 / 10
Henrietta House
33 Henrietta Street
BA2 6LR Bath
8.9 / 10
from £ 75
Royal Crescent Hotel
16 Royal Crescent
BAI 2LS Bath
from £ 174
Bailbrook House
Eveleigh Avenue 1
BA1 7JD Bath
7.9 / 10
Combe Grove Manor Hotel
Brassknocker Hill, Monkton Combe
BA2 7HS Bath
8.1 / 10
from £ 81
Lamppost Villa
3 Crescent Gardens, Upper Bristol Road
BA1 2NA Bath
from £ 78
Travelodge Beckington
A36 Trowbridge Road
BA11 6SF Bath
Harington's Hotel
8-10 Queen Street
BA1 1HE Bath
from £ 78
Bloomfield House
146 Bloomfield Road
BA2 2AS Bath
from £ 85
Travelodge Bath Waterside
Rossiter Road
BA2 4JP Bath
9.3 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Bath
Lower Bristol Road
BA2 3QU Bath
7.6 / 10
Travelodge Bath Central
1 York Buildings, George Street
BA1 2EB Bath
6.1 / 10
The Park
Wick
BS305RN Bath
The Queensberry Hotel
4-7 Russel Street
BA1 2QF Bath
Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel
Lower Limpley Stoke
BA2 7FZ Bathampton
7.6 / 10
The Northey Arms Hotel
Bath Road
SN13 8AE Box
9.2 / 10
from £ 76
Bradford Views
10a The Shambles
BA15 1JR Bradford-on-Avon
Teasle Cottage
12 Coppice Hill
BA15 1JT Bradford-on-Avon
A former Roman town


Bath is a small city originally inhabited by Romans who build the majority of the buildings and roads. The population of Bath is more than 80,000 and the City is about 2 hours drive from London near the larger City of Bristol. Bath is also a spa town that means it has a natural flow of hot water from several hundreds of metres underground.


Fantastic architecture


The spectacular straight roads in Bath are testament to the precision of the building work conducted by the Romans. The famous “yellow coloured” Bath stone used by the Romans is used widely throughout the city and creates a wonderful view of the terrace buildings from the surrounding hills.


A Spa City dating back to the Roman era


The City of Bath is probably most famous for its Roman baths that are located in the centre of the town and attract hundreds of thousands of visitors per year. The Roman baths are naturally heated by the hot waters of the spa that travels to from many miles below the earth’s surface. The city is also home to one of the most beautiful terrace crescents of town houses (the area is also known as the Royal Crescent).


Gourmet food and Bistro pubs


Some of the best restaurants in the area can be found in this City. There are numerous hotels that boast Michelin star restaurants at a reasonable price and plenty of Gastro pubs on the outskirts of Bath that offer a combination of fine ales and great food.


Original clothing styles at fashionable prices


There are plenty of boutique outlets on the High Street that specialize in a wide range of high-end styles. In addition to the small but classy shops most of the larger brand name stores can also be found in the City.


Enjoy the live music and cozy bars


Bath has a large selection of friendly bars and pubs most of which provide live music on a Friday or Saturday evening. Best advise is to arrive early because most of these venues are small and compact and the best seats fill rather quickly. You can have a lively and fun-filled evening without having to stay out until the small hours.

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