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Beautiful Bath

Bath, a city so beautiful and special that it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Famous for its Ancient Roman baths, magnificent Georgian buildings and historical landmarks. As well as its cultural importance, Bath remains a thoroughly modern city boasting high-end shops, cafes, bars, clubs and restaurants. Take a trip to the Roman baths and relax as the Celts & Romans did centuries ago. Or, if you're looking to get your blood pumping, grab some tickets and watch the rugby! By sundown, the city transforms into a dazzling mix of cosy pubs and quirky bars that come together to create an unforgettable night out.


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Top Activities in Bath

The devil's in the detail and the detail's in the planning. Here are some of our favourite activities in Bath...

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West Country Farmers Games

Wet, Wild and Inflatable Fun

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Bath Dance Classes

Learn a routine that will blow them away

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Pamper Party

Treatments & Spa Days

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Top Accommodation This Month

Looking for somewhere to base yourself in Bath? Here are our favourite places to stay.

Bath self catering

Blossomcreek Town House

Sleeps up to 16 guests

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Ivywood House and Rosestone Cottages

Sleeps up to 34 guests

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Bath hen weekend & Bath Stag weekends

Bath Hotel Finder

Comfortable and central

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Bath hen weekend & Bath Stag weekends

Why Have A Weekend In Bath?

Tourists have been visiting Bath for well over 2000 years. There's no wonder why it's one of the most beautiful cities in England, the Roman history, natural thermal spas and gorgeous Georgian architecture brings the city to life.

Take a dip in Bath's restorative thermae spa, just as the Romans and Celts did centuries ago. If it's history you're interested in, you can walk in Jane Austen's footsteps and stroll around Sydney gardens or even visit her previous residence. Bath is also home to a vast amount of museums and galleries.



Key Events

May: The Bath Festival

May: Bath Fringe Festival

September: Jane Austen Festival

December: Bath Christmas Market




Daily Bus Ticket: £4.00

Daily Parking Price: £6

Uber Is Not Available

Walkable In Heels

Did You Know

Jane Austen Once Resided In Bath

Bath Has Its Own Currency, The Bath Oliver

The City Sits On The Mouth Of A Dormant Volcano

Bath's Circus Is The Same Diameter As Stone Henge



Best Place For A Beverage

Average Pint: £3.20

The Ram

The Hop Pole

The Raven



Bath is one of our most popular destination in the UK, and it's no wonder why! In the past 17+ years, we've seen thousands of people venture into the West Country and come out the other end with nothing but smiles, a slight accent and a few sore heads... The historic town has some truly epic facilities that bring a bit of everything to the table. Learn a splash of history, indulge yourself in the spa and take a dip in a traditional English pub that's been open since the Dickens era.