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13 Pierrepont St, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Pleasant 7.0
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35 Second Ave, Bath, Somerset Good 7.9
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9 Green St, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Very Good 8.1
  • "Had a great time at St Christopher's Inn recently, the staff were helpful and the pub downstairs served some great beer and food." Geoff Geoff
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Grosvenor Place, Bath, Somerset Very Good 8.3
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159 Newbridge Hill, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Superb 9.1
  • "This place was great for a short stay in Bath, the room was very nice and had been recently renovated with nice decor. The hosts were very nice and the location was good with the town being within walking distance. A lovely cooked breakfast was served in the morning and we would highly recommend this place." nancy liebowitz nancy liebowitz
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68 Newbridge Hill, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Superb 9.3
  • "We had a fantastic family holiday here, it’s a beautiful guest house and the owner really made us all feel welcome. Rooms were great, spotlessly clean and well appointed with all that you could need, beds were extremely comfy. Breakfast was exceptionally good and we would definitely book to stay here again." Jean Mollett Jean Mollett
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Upper Bristol Rd, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Fabulous 8.6
  • "The bed and breakfast cannot be faulted for ambience and peace, a little on the expensive side, but worth it. Highly recommended." Neil Neil
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Junction Rd, Bath, Somerset Superb 9.3
  • "Superb stay here, the room was lovely and the hosts were absolutely amazing and really made us feel welcome. It was a 20 minute walk to Bath and there’s also the option of taking the bus. The bed was very comfy and the a delicious breakfast is served in the mornings." June Archer June Archer
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6 Pulteney Gardens, Bath, Somerset Fabulous 9.0
  • "My husband and I booked to stay here on a recent short break in Bath. Christian the owner, was extremely helpful and gave us plenty of information regarding the local area. Our room was spotless and there was parking available at the back of the building." Gibbs Gibbs
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37 London Rd, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Very Good 8.5
  • "Gorgeous boutique hotel in a lovely location in Bath, with the centre being 10 minutes drive away. Our room was furnished to a high standard with excellent facilities and overlooked glorious gardens. Breakfast was out of this world, well presented and generous in size. We would love to return!" Anne Anne
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31A Englishcombe Lane, Odd Down, Bath, Somerset Superb 9.5
  • "Wow, this place is an absolute gem, we stayed here for a long weekend and we couldn’t have chosen a better location. Catherine and Jamie were fabulous hosts who made us feel very welcome. Our room was immaculately clean, with a beautiful view overlooking Bath and the full English breakfast was just divine." Mr & Mrs Fernley Mr & Mrs Fernley
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10 Grove St, Bath, Somerset Superb 9.4
  • "The location of the suites is good, within walking distance of everything lovely Bath has to offer. On arrival we were provided with a parking permit. The suite was clean, well furnished and equipped. The stay was good value and we would stay again." FS FS
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Wreathed in golden honey coloured stone that captures the light just perfectly (especially at sunset!), Bath is one of the most beautiful cities in the UK, a truth acknowledged by UNESCO when they bestowed the entire city with World Heritage Status, making it the only city in Britain with that particular honour.

The city has been welcoming visitors since long before UNESCO swept in to confirm its historical importance. Founded by the Romans, the city played host to weary travellers and tourists looking to 'take the healing waters' that gave the city its name. These days you can still visit the evocative and atmospheric Roman Baths, while if you feel the need to take the waters yourself, there are a number of thermal spas in Bath.

It was during the Regency period that the place became the city you would recognise today. It became even more popular with visitors than during the Roman era (although perhaps not as popular as it is now), and was at the very heart of the social calendar for any keen socialite. This is when the buildings, built out of local golden coloured Bath stone were erected, with the Palladian mansions and the stunning Royal Crescent dating from that period.

Another keen visitor and observer of local society was, of course, Jane Austen and many a Janeite has made the pilgrimage to Bath that Austen immortalised in her novels Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. If you fancy learning more, you can visit the Jane Austen Museum, which offers insights into her life and career, as well as many of the settings found in her books. One such backdrop is the famous Assembly Rooms, which were once the centre of Regency life in Bath and are now run by the National Trust. Once described as 'the most noble and elegant' of any such rooms in the kingdom, visitors are offered the chance to dress up like real Regency ladies or gentlemen. If that doesn't satisfy your desire for authentic surroundings, then head over to the Pump Rooms for a spot of afternoon tea.

There is history around every corner in Bath, from the abbey which was the site of the coronation of the first King of all England, Edgar in 773, to the beautiful Pulteney Bridge which crosses the River Avon. Built in 1774, it is most notable for the shops that line either side of it - allowing you to indulge in a little retail therapy even as you cross the bridge. And at Number 1 Royal Crescent you can take a tour of an iconic Regency townhouse, decorated and maintained just as it would have been in the 18th century.

The real pleasure of Bath can be found in simply wandering its streets, sampling its many cafes, restaurants and pubs, taking a bite out of the local cuisine and swigging some local cider. Needless to say, there is plenty to see and do here, and more than enough to keep you busy for a few days.

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