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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
Free WiFi Free Parking Pets Allowed No Smoking Rooms
2 Crescent Gardens, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Superb 9.2
  • "The owner was very welcoming and the whole place felt very calming and comfortable. Our room was fresh, modern and clean, breakfast was lovely, and filling. We thought it would be a little on the cheap side, quality wise, but were more than happy overall given the rate we paid. A great find, we would go back." Jayne Jayne
Free WiFi No Smoking Rooms
Charles St, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Very Good 8.5
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66 Bloomfield Avebue, Bath, Somerset Superb 9.2
  • "Booked to stay here on recent trip to Bath and we had a fantastic time. Alan and Chris were superb hosts and really made our stay a pleasant one. The room was great, really quirky and the bed was very comfortable too. There was also a shared kitchen which was handy to have." David May David May
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
6 Pierrepont Place, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Exceptional 9.8
Free WiFi Tennis No Smoking Rooms
Lansdown, Bath, Somerset Superb 9.3
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24 Crescent Gardens, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Fabulous 8.7
  • "In an excellent location, providing very comfortable accommodation and a warm welcome. We were very happy with our one night stay and plan to return. The breakfast was delicious, good full English with all the trimmings. Free Wifi a bonus." Pat Pat
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
6 Manvers St, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Fabulous 8.8
Free WiFi No Smoking Rooms
7 Pulteney Garden, Bath, Somerset Superb 9.5
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
141 Newbridge Hill, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Superb 9.5
  • "This place is a true gem and my husband and I had such a wonderful stay here. It’s a beautiful house which is ideally located for the centre of Bath and also local shops are just a few minutes away. Brilliant room which was beautifully decorated with all the things we could need." Trisha Trisha
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
141 Newbridge Hill, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Good 7.8
  • "The level of service here is better than any other bed and breakfast I have stayed. A beautiful bed and breakfast, tastefully updated, the best place to stay in Bath. We are looking forward to a return visit." John B John B
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
176 Newbridge Rd, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Very Good 8.5
  • "A very nicely presented house with a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. My room was spacious and comfortable with good décor, breakfast had good choices and was delicious. I had an overnight stay but would happily return with family for a longer stay." Craig Craig
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
26 Newbridge Rd, Bath City Centre, Bath, Somerset Good 7.2
  • "The staff were friendly, and, though the room seemed small at first, everything was there, and worked. It was decorated to my taste and the bed was comfortable. The parking was good, particularly at weekends, and the bus stop was just outside with a regular service into Bath. The breakfast was good, nicely cooked and not too much. Would certainly stay there again. It also had a lovely garden out the back, with lovely sweet peas." Maggie Ellis-Jones Maggie Ellis-Jones
Free WiFi Free Parking Outdoor Pool No Smoking Rooms
14 Oldfield Rd, Bath, Somerset Very Good 8.4
  • "Astor House was a nice guest house which was perfectly located for a recent break with my friend. The rooms are nicely decorated and well appointed with all the necessary amenities. There was convenient parking facilities, although limited and breakfast was very enjoyable with a good selection available." Wendy Wendy
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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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