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Accommodation in Bath

Bath is just the place to enjoy countryside holiday with your partner or family. 18th century Victorian style architecture with honey coloured stones welcome you to the town. The accommodations in Bath are a mix of classic architecture with modern amenities. Many of the magnificent buildings with Georgian style arches and landscaped lawns have been converted to hotels. The city centre has most of the apartments and hotels in Bath. In recent times, apartments in Bath have also become one of the convenient and preferred choice for stay for contemporary travellers. You can stay at one of these apartments equipped with various amenities for your comfort and enjoy a home away from home in a fairytale cottage. Budget hotels in Bath are few as the upscale ones are also available at cheap prices. Still there are few cheap hotels in Bath like the Travelodge, Old Mill hotel and Royal hotel.

Bath Overview

Tucked away in the gorgeous valley of River Avon, is the town of Bath, located 150 km west of London. It was initially built for pleasure and relaxation and was a retreat for the wealthy in olden times. Bath enjoys a privileged location in the Green Belt area which is also an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty of the Avon and blessed with sheer beauty. The magnificence, culture, and the experience of urban life in the luxury of nature has made it a famous destination. The dynamic landscape of Bath is characterized by limestone hills and geothermal springs.

Where to Stay in Bath

The town of Bath offers a wide choice of accommodation to suit your budget and taste both, you just have to pick where you want to stay. There are several hotels and apartments in Bath, right in the heart of the town. Grand Georgian style buildings are sure to lure you with its charm. The neighbourhoods of Crescent Gardens, Holloway, North parade, James St, Queen square and Pulteny road, have a large number of luxury Bath hotels. These upscale hotels are ideal for business as well as leisure travellers alike and offer top class services with a wide range of facilities to make your trip a memorable one. Most of the hotels in Bath also offer assistance in renting car or bike and for booking day trips of the town.

Considering the vast number of apartments in Bath, it is also a great choice for stay. A manor with views of the gorgeous parks or a traditional English mansion with a fireplace, truly makes it one of the best experiences. Apartments in Bath are spread all over the city and you can find one easily to suit your pocket. There are many hostels and a few cheap hotels in Bath, good for solo travellers and for those who are on a budget.

Things to See and Do in Bath

There are so many significant sites in Bath that you might get confused where to start your tour from. The best and most convenient way is to go for guided tour of the city by bus. The tour bus takes you to the largest and most famous museums and several other historical buildings. Bath is home to some of really unique museums for example the Jane Austen centre which showcases her life and tearooms. There are many others like the 19th century American museum in Claverton manor, the supposedly haunted Bath Assembly rooms, which gives you an experience of aristocratic life of 18th century, Sally Lunn’s historic eating house and museum, and other smaller museums.

Don’t forget to spend a day at the Roman Baths with natural spring. As a matter of fact, the whole of the old town centre acquired the World Heritage Site status in 1987 and worth a stay. Bath lies in the luxury of nature with River Avon straddling through the town and a large number of picturesque gardens and parks add to its beauty. The town is blessed with natural hot springs with therapeutic capability which makes it a perfect choice for a spa holiday.

Nightlife in Bath

You can expect a lively nightlife in Bath with events, music and comedy shows combined with the bars and nightclubs. Bath offers evening entertainment in more ways than one. There are comedy clubs where you can go with your friends in the evening. If you love theatre or music shows the town hosts many of them throughout the week. Later you can also enjoy casual evenings with cocktails and friends at one of the chic cocktail bars. While most of the cocktail bars and pubs remain open till midnight, a few of the nightclubs are open till as late as 3. Those who are looking for proper nightclubs with dancefloors and DJ nights can go to the nightclubs like the Second Bridge, Po Na Na, Zero, Moles, and many more. There is no street in Bath here where you can’t find a pub or a bar. The hotels in Bath also offer one or more bars onsite with live music in the weekends.

Food options in Bath

Although the primary cuisine in Bath is English, Bath as a region, as left a remarkable impact on the food. It is the birthplace of famous Sally Lunn buns (a type of teacake), Bath Olivers (a dry baked biscuit), Bath Chaps (jawbones of the pig) and Abbey Ales beer. All this is over and above the classic English dishes like fish and chips, steak and eggs, apple pies and a full English breakfast. In Bath you can find restaurants in every street offering local cuisine. In the heart of the town and in few hotels in Bath, you can find international cuisines too. The second favourite cuisine here is Indian curry, which is available in many local restaurants as well. The city centre is the right place to satiate your taste buds with a little bit of everything.

Shopping in Bath

There are unlimited stores in Bath where you can indulge in retail therapy. Southgate Mall, the largest in Bath, is lined with stores selling branded and designer stuff. The mall is located at just 5 minutes’ walk from the Bath Spa train station which serves the town. As you move further inward towards the Stall St, you will find many local stores selling clothing, gifts, souvenirs, footwear, books, accessories and much more. There are several supermarkets around where you can buy your grocery or fresh fruits and vegetables if you have rented an apartment in Bath. You can also try your hand at bargain at the open markets like the Green Park Station market, Bath Guildhall market, Bath Christmas market and Bath Guildhall market.


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10/10 Amazing

19 April 2011

English beauty

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.