We hope you enjoy the World Heritage site of Bath as much as we do, the Georgian architecture combined with great boutique shopping, fantastic entertainment along with a remarkable range of restaurants, bars and cafés, make it a fantastic destination for you to enjoy. You can find something for everyone, from family fun, to romantic escapes to whiling hours away in the naturally hot waters of the Thermae Bath spa, plus much, much more. Under each heading we have listed just a sample of the significant attractions and sights.
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Roman Baths – The number one must see in Bath.
Royal Crescent – Wander around the Crescent which still houses a top hotel and private homes or visit the museum.
Costume Museum – Try on a corset, let the kids dress up and see costumes through the ages - great exhibitions.
Jane Austen Centre – Fascinated by Bath's celebrated resident, then do pay a visit.
Bath Abbey – Take the Tower Tour, 212 steps to the best vantage point in the city.
Pulteney Bridge - together with the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, is one of the world's most beautiful bridges.
Museums and Galleries, so many that we can’t mention them all. Have a look at Visit Bath.
We cannot recommend highly enough the free 2 hour Mayor's Guided Walk around the city, up to twice a day.
Thermae Bath Spa - Relax and unwind in the only UK spa to use natural thermal waters.
Cycling – Hire bikes or bring your own, the entrance to the 'two tunnels' is only minutes away from us.
Walking – Catch the amazing views on the National Trust's Bath Skyline walk.
Bath Rugby – Come and watch our team play at the Recreation Ground.
Golf – Concessionary rates available.
Bath Racecourse – Enjoy flat racing from April to October.
The Makery - Fun sewing workshops.
The Marmalade House - Furniture painting workshop.
Bath's wealth of eateries, ranges from gourmet dining to traditional pubs.
Look at Trip Advisor to see what other travellers have to say
Local to us are:
Devonshire Arms pub – British pub grub.
Zazu's Kitchen at The Bear – Gastro pub style.
Menu Gordon Jones – Gourmet tasting menu, long waiting list.
Mouchuk – Simple Indian (bring your own).
Pizza Fresca – Italian pizza takeaway.
Bath Bachfest – February.
The Bath Literature Festival – February/March.
Bath International Music Festival – May/June.
Bath Fringe Festival – May/June.
Jane Austen Festival – September.
The Bath Children’s Literature Festival – September/October.
Bath Mozartfest – November.
Bath Film Festival – November.
Christmas Market – November/December.
Vintage and Antiques Fair, Green Park Station - First and last Sunday of the month.
All of these tourist spots are within an hour's drive:
Lacock and Castle Combe
Glastonbury and Wells
Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole
Can't face driving, then take a small coach tour to Stonehenge and the Cotswolds with:
For any additional information about Bath, go to Visit Bath or give us a ring and we will be happy to give you any advice.