Category Archives: Bath Attractions

Bath Attractions

Bath Postal Museum

There’s an eccentric side to Bath that makes it an exciting place to visit, no matter how many times you’ve been before. There’s always more to see once you’ve experienced the famous landmarks, and one of the quirky attractions that never fail to delight is the Bath Postal Museum.
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Start your visit at Bath Visitor Centre

We think this is the ideal time of year for a quiet weekend in our accommodation in Bath. The crowds have packed up their shopping bags and retreated home and the cobbled streets are almost empty. If you fancy exploring the city on foot and losing yourself in its history at your own pace this is the perfect time to visit Bath, and there’s always plenty to discover.
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Spa breaks in Bath – a timeless tradition

With its natural thermal waters and indulgent facilities, spa breaks in Bath have been enjoyed by us Brits since the Romans made it a spa resort back in AD43. Ever a bunch to identify an opportunity and take it as far as they could, the Romans created baths and a dramatic temple in the area that we now know and love as the city of Bath – and they gave it the name Aqua Sulis.
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Take some time out with a Bath spa break

It may be hard to believe but autumn’s just around the corner, and after all those sunny barbeques you probably deserve to take some time out and enjoy the peace and quiet for a day or two. A Bath spa break with the Royal Hotel is not only great value, but there are also proven benefits to your health and wellbeing from submitting to a little pampering.
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Stanton Drew Stone Circle

Close to the beautiful spa city of Bath you can find Stanton Drew Stone Circle, a little known but stunning monument to ancient times. Why not bring along a picnic and enjoy a full day out exploring the surrounding countryside and the stone circle with family or friends? There are 3 stone circles and a stone cove to explore at Stanton Drew, plus wonderful views and wildlife to be seen.

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Nunney Castle

Built in the 1370′s under Royal license, Nunney Castle has had a varied and sometimes turbulent history. Preserved today by English Heritage, the castle remains are a popular visitor attraction near the spa city of Bath. The Castle was built by Sir John de la Mare, a local knight who was at that time enjoying substantial Royal favour, after his involvement in the Hundred Years War. The design of the castle was much talked about at the time it was built and includes a 16 metres tall stone tower-keep and a moat surrounding the perimeter.

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Holburne Museum

The Holburne Museum in Bath has been undergoing some rather large changes and is now proudly showing off its large and impressive extension, which is a complete contrast to the buildings around it. Critics reviewing this state of the art extension have declared it to be a success, bringing together modern and historical building methods and materials.

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