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Bath Hotels and Apartments
Hotels and Apartments in Bath
When it comes to finding the right place to stay in Bath, you’ll discover plenty of budget to lavish properties to choose from. The stunning Georgian townhouses to grand Victorian properties and the elegant hotels to charming rural farmhouses, all of these offer friendly accommodation coupled with warm hospitality services. Five-star hotels in the Bath are known for offering supreme comfort and style while a self-catering Bath apartment offers a flexible stay along with all modern comforts. Just a short walk or bus ride from the city centre and you can stay in any of the cheap hotels in Bath, which are ideal for some rest and relaxation after a busy day out. Staying in any choice of accommodation in Bath means you can enjoy the warm hospitality, freshest local food and can easily access any nearby attractions like Stonehenge, Longleat Safari Park and Cheddar Gorge.
Nestled in the countryside of southwest England, city of Bath has been a famed destination since Roman times. It is also known as a world heritage spa city, set close to glorious, green countryside which means it combines the best of both worlds – city and rural. This elegant town with neoclassical Palladian buildings and Roman remains especially the Temple of Sulis Minerva and the baths complex gives it an outstanding universal value. The Thermae Bath Spa, which houses the only natural thermal hot springs in Britain and the stunning Georgian architecture are also a big draw in the city.
Bath is also a buzzing town dotted with many excellent places to eat, drink and shop and also host year-round festivals, theatre, music and sports, making it the ideal city break. In this compact city, you won’t have to travel far to find enticing things. Both families and couples also love visiting this city because of picturesque setting and guarantee to keep all ages entertained. If you’re thinking about how to plan your trip, visit during non-peak season and try and book cheap hotels in Bath well in advance. Get special offers and deals by booking with us!
Where to stay
The plethora of accommodation in Bath comes in all budgets and sizes to suit every taste and budget. Whether you’re planning for an overnight stay or a longer break, you can easily find that ideal place to stay in the city. From bed and breakfasts to guesthouses and from five-star hotels to self-catering apartments in and around the city centre, the choice of accommodation is plenty to take care of your holiday needs. The luxurious Bath hotels come with many fabulous facilities including onsite spa, restaurant, beautiful decoration and more. If you need some extra space, flexibility and self-catering amenities, book low cost apartments in Bath, which offers a homely feel. The converted Georgian townhouses are excellent base for families or large groups of family and friends looking for an alternate accommodation.
Things to do
The city is filled with many popular attractions and activities where you can actually feel like travelling centuries in just few steps. Bath is the only UK city, designated as UNESCO World heritage site as the impressive history and heritage line the city’s streets. From parks to gardens, museums to galleries, spa and wellbeing to sports and adventure, Bath has it all to make your holiday an unforgettable experience. Relax in Parade Garden or walk up to the Prior Park Landscape Garden as Bath is a very green city.
To explore all iconic sights and rich history, go for any city guided tour which will take you to the top-rated attractions like The Royal Crescent, featuring world-class architecture, The Circus, a 360-degree masterclass in design, the Pulteney Bridge, inspired by Ponte Vecchio in Florence and the Alexandra Park, which is one of the best places to go for views of Bath and its surrounding countryside. The Great Pulteney Street, The Assembly Rooms and Sally Lunn’s House are some of the other popular sights from the long list.
The lively nightlife in the city complement Bath’s rich history and heritage. From jazz, folk and live music venues to old fashioned pubs and chic cocktail bars, Bath is jam-packed with so many great options to entertain you even after the dark. Those who are a music fan, comedy lover, like to visit theatre or simply fancy a laidback drink, will find many cool places to hangout till dawn.
Some of the UK’s best bars are nestled on the Bath’s historic streets. Just grab a seat by the fire and unwind sipping a pint or West Country cider in any of the traditional pubs. Those who are looking for ultimate relaxation in the evening can treat themselves at Thermae Bath Spa, an award-winning natural spa. For gamers, Century Casino Bath is a great pick to make their evening absolutely fabulous. At this luxurious cocktail lounge, enjoy gaming, delicious food and drinks.
Enjoy a fabulous selection of food on the menu as Bath’s vibrant food scene is a reflection of the city as a whole. You’ll find many good places to eat and drink throughout the city and can choose from a mix of local and global cuisines.
What is unique to Bath’s food is its amalgamation of homemade specialities with interesting cuisines from around the world. Go for a gastronomic tour, when in city as Bath is home to Michelin star restaurants, amazing gastropubs, cool cafés and hip street food vendors. This means there is something to satiate all tastes and budgets. To get a distinct dining experience, eat at any of the independently owned restaurant. Also, make sure to sample some true Bath originals, including a Bath Bun-a city staple since the 1700s. Many elegant restaurants and hotels in Bath offers quintessentially British refreshment-tea with sandwiches and delicious cakes. No wonder why it is still so popular today.
Bath’s city centre is packed with both small and large retailers, offering a mix of independent boutiques to high street names, which makes it a popular shopping destination. You can browse from an extensive range of stores, selling everything from clothes to jewellery, antiques to art & crafts and books. Also homeware to fashion accessories and vintage clothing to other quirky things can be found here. Bath is going to surprise you with its offerings!
If you’re looking for locally made gifts or unique souvenirs, then independent retailers are best choices to shop. SouthGate is a popular retail complex as it is home to big brands like Debenhams, H&M, Topshop, among others. Explore Bath’s alleyways and passages, which are lined up with stores, offering confectionery, glassware, fashion and accessories-where you can enjoy a local shopping experience. If you want something traditional, head to the Guildhall Market on the High Street, which is a lively hub of stores, selling flowers to cheese and silver to leatherware.
19 April 2011
Sue Brown, Southampton
Amazing English architecture combined with the best shopping and eating out in the South of England... All in the heart of beautiful countyside with plenty of local attractions to visit.
The best thing about my stay was ...
Gorgeous buildings housing the best shops and restaurants.