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Visiting Bath – A City Guide
Set in Somerset’s rolling, leafy hills is Bath, a charming, historic city on the banks on the River Avon. The city is known for its natural hot springs and elegant Georgian architecture. Once occupied by the Romans, the city still offers visitors the chance to find out how life once was inside a Roman bathhouse. Visitors can also bathe in the mineral-rich waters of the UK’s only natural thermal spring.

Bath: city layout
Bath’s neat rows of terrace houses and grey rooftops are spread across lush countryside. The River Avon flows right through the town, curling around the ancient heart of the city, where you’ll find the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey. Nearby is Pulteney Bridge, which was completed in 1774 and is unique in that it comes with rows of shops as part of its design. Lovers of architecture will enjoy visiting the city’s northwest, where you’ll find the Circus and the Royal Crescent, both curved rows of terrace houses built in the late 1700s. There are several large parks surrounding the city.

Bath’s best views
Bath’s stone buildings and sweeping green hills make for plenty of beautiful photographs and we recommend seeing the city from as many angles as possible. You can play a round of golf at the scenic Bath Golf Club, which has been around since 1880. Tuck into a delicious meal at the Hare & Hounds pub, which has outdoor tables and a jaw-dropping outlook over the countryside. If weather permits, pack a picnic lunch and relax on the grass outside the Royal Crescent, which has sweeping views over Bath.

The concierge recommends…

  • Thermae Bath Spa is a modern complex of steam rooms and thermal pools, fed by the same waters that the Romans and Celts splashed about in over 2,000 years ago. If you’re feeling decadent, treat yourself to a facial or a body scrub while you’re there.
  • Literature lovers might like to visit the Jane Austen Centre to learn about how the city of Bath influenced Austen’s writing.
  • The well-preserved Roman Baths are well worth exploring. You can’t swim here anymore, but you can still gain a fascinating insight into what it must have been like to bathe and socialise inside a Roman bathhouse.

Hotels in Bath
Whether you’re looking for peace and quiet or a bustling, lively experience, Bath has plenty of diverse neighbourhoods to choose from.

Bath’s historic city centre is ideal for visitors who want to stay close to the city’s major tourist attractions, as well as its many restaurants, bars and historical sites.

If you’re keen to see Bath’s bohemian side, Walcot is the edgier part of town, with antique shops and funky places to eat and drink, as well as quaint Georgian homes. It’s well suited to younger, active travellers.

Bear Flat, just a 15-minute stroll from the city centre, is a charming residential neighbourhood, ideal for families or travellers keen to experience Bath like a local. Look out for the Bear pub on the high street, which has a white, life-sized polar bear statue above the door.

Weston is a quaint, leafy village on the outskirts of Bath. It’s ideal for families and visitors looking for a quiet, relaxing stay away from the bustling tourist hot spots. There are some old-world pubs to be discovered here, as well as a pleasant high street.

Oldfield Park is more laid-back, residential area popular with university students. The high street has pubs, cafés and supermarkets to explore.

Eating Out in Bath
Bath has an incredible array of restaurants and cafés offering everything from a relaxed pub lunch to Michelin-starred fine dining. Cuisines on offer include Italian, French, Mediterranean, Thai and Spanish. There are also some excellent delis and cafés to choose from.

Bath’s city centre is overflowing with great places to eat and drink, from cheery pubs to upscale restaurants.

Walcot Street is a vibrant strip in the Artisan Quarter with a wide range of dining choices, including the stylish Hudson Steakhouse, the elegant Aqua Italian restaurant and Made by Ben, a buzzing spot for sandwiches and pies.

Foodies will love the regular street food markets, which can be found at SouthGate. From noodle bowls to tasty wraps and from giant pans of paella to tables laden with sweet treats, you’ll find something to whet your appetite. The oldest farmers’ markets in Britain can be found at Green Park station every Saturday.

The chef recommends...

  • No trip to Bath is complete without tasting the Sally Lunn Bun – a local delicacy.
  • Enjoy a delicious pizza parma with a glass of red wine in an elegant stone cellar at Sotto Sotto.
  • Try braised ox cheek with roast garlic mash and oxtail sauce in stylish surrounds at The Pump Room Restaurant, located at the Roman Baths. Sip the rather unique-tasting thermal water from the drinking fountain – it contains 43 different minerals.
  • Enjoy afternoon tea with a fun twist at the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, a colourful café serving homemade cakes and chocolate teapots.
  • Tuck into some tamarind duck or pineapple fried rice at Panasia, a smart, vibrant restaurant just around the corner from the Circus.

Shopping in Bath
Bath offers a number of bustling shopping districts presenting everything from high-street brands to flea markets. Shopping in Bath tends to take place on high streets, rather than in vast, enclosed shopping centres.

SouthGate is the city’s biggest shopping centre, offering popular high-street brands and major department stores in an open-air setting.

Northumberland Place is a narrow pedestrianised street with cute cafés and independent stores to explore. Close by you’ll find the Corridor – opened in 1825, it is said to be one of the world’s earliest shopping arcades.

Walcot Street is Bath’s bohemian district. Here you’ll find an eclectic mix of independent stores selling everything from fashion to antiques to food. There’s also a flea market on Saturdays.

The grand Milsom Street is featured in Jane Austen’s novel “Persuasion”. Here you’ll find designer fashion boutiques and department stores, as well as the chic arcade Milsom Place.

Unique shopping experiences

  • Bath’s best markets include Guildhall Market, Bath Farmers’ Market, Walcot Street Market and Bath Artisan Market.
  • Seeking antiques? Find furnishings, ceramics and decorative objects in Old Bank Antiques Centre. Discover fine art, collectibles and jewellery in the Bartlett Street Antiques Centre.

Culture & Nightlife in Bath
Bath has a rich cultural and entertainment scene, including nightclubs, live music venues, theatres and bars.

The city is full of exciting museums and galleries to explore. Step inside No.1 Royal Crescent and be transported back to upper-class Bathonian life in the 1700s. Enjoy paintings and sculpture at the Victoria Gallery, where entry to the permanent collections is free. The Fashion Museum explores over 400 years of fashion including Georgian dresses and wartime uniforms. There’s even a dress-up room for children – and adults, too.

Bath’s city centre offers great nightlife, with plenty of pubs, cocktail bars and live music venues to choose from. Sub13 and Opium Bar are great spots for a cheeky nightcap. The Bell Inn in Walcot serves up live music and DJ sets in a laid-back, bohemian setting.

Fun nights out in Bath

  • There are plenty of places where you can listen to live music while getting a good feed. Green Park Brasserie dishes up modern British cuisine and great music; Bath Brew House plates smart pub grub and also offers live music nights.
  • Some of Bath’s best pub quizzes are Mondays at the Pig and Fiddle, Tuesdays at the Bath Brew House and Sundays at The Cork.

Visiting Bath with a Family
Bath has plenty of unique, fun experiences for families, from the playful to the educational.

Bath is a great place to enjoy the great outdoors with the family. Hire a boat at the Bath Boating Station and see the River Avon and its wildlife up close. Explore the caves and cliffs at Cheddar Gorge, the largest gorge in the UK – a double-decker bus will give you a tour of the region, and if you’re feeling energetic, you can test your agility at the climbing centre.

Enjoy incredible views over the city of Bath and the surrounding countryside with a ride in a hot air balloon with Bailey Balloons. Animal lovers can meet Shetland ponies, ducks, cattle and goats as you explore 37 scenic acres of countryside at Bath City Farm, which also includes a fun play area for toddlers.

Fun family days out in Bath

  • Dress up in Victorian garb and take family photos with a twist at the Fashion Museum.
  • Have fun and get fit as a family with a visit to the Better Leisure Centre, which offers a 25-metre swimming pool.
  • Explore the impressive range of 18th-century portraits at the Holburne Museum, which also offers an extensive programme of arts and crafts activities for families.

 

Latest Bath Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Bath Hotel
(4.3 / 5) of 4815 reviews
Great quality stay for a decent price!
By Snoop1234
Quality of the hotel was excellent with a very decent price for the room and services. All staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Can't fault the hotel at all! [Less]
Convenient and enjoyable stay
The Filton was ideal for a business stay in Bristol and the staff were more than helpful. The food was very good and the rooms were clean, modern and comfortable. [Less]
Good business hotel
By Binners
Has everything required for my stay both now and when I need it next. I can be confident that it has the needs for myself and other colleagues in the future. [Less]
Nice hotel which met expectations
By yeeble
Stayed here before and enjoyed our stay. It was the same again this time. Staff were friendly and rooms were clean and comfortable. Plenty of parking places too. [Less]
Well-done Holiday Inn
By Weerasinghe
I haven't stayed in a Holiday-Inn for quite some time now, mainly due to work colleagues making reservations on my behalf, however following my recent stay at the Holiday-Inn Swindon, I certainly be [More] staying with them. Great place with great team of people! [Less]
Poor Breakfast
By Naime
Poor selection of breakfast items. Several items running low and not topped up for a significant period. [Less]
car parking
By wee_wee
i ithink this could be a bit of a problem for some like myself. i was lucky i arrived early so there were a few spaces [Less]
Friendy welcome!
By Sue and Rab
Good hotel to stay at...good location...small but very clean and comfortable room....breakfast could have been better but it was okay. Would stay here again. [Less]
Bath staycation
By Kri52
A little difficult to find, but very impressed when checked in. Location ideal for our use, to venture out and about round Bath. Room very pleasant if not a little small for a family room but [More] adequate for sleeping arrangements. Shower and bathroom facilities great, although the sink and tap area becomes very wet very quickly. Unable to leave wash bags/makeup bag etc on the surface. Shower lovely, good temperature and space, towels lovely and soft. Bed very comfy, but air-con in the wrong location as too cold. However, being able to open the window was a bonus we much prefer fresh air than stale circulated air. Breakfast aplenty, covering all tastes, and needs. Very pleasant stay, would look at coming back in the future. Very reasonable price for a family room. [Less]

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