Ah decisions decisions, they can be tricky things can’t they? But we have to admit there are harder ones to make than which of our indulgent spa breaks in Bath to choose – but we’re here to help all the same.
Hands up who met someone special this summer? And hands up who’s hoping it’s going to turn out to be a very cosy autumn and winter too? Well, nothing keeps a summer romance burning quite like a minibreak in one of the UK’s most beautiful cities, so why not book your getaway to the most elegant of Bath hotels today?
Take a trip a little way outside of the spa city of Bath and you will open your horizons to new adventures and fantastic attractions. Avebury is one such place and once you have been there it will leave you with great memories due to the unusual, magical and beautiful stone circle found at the heart of Avebury.
Thomas Baldwin was one of the leading architects of Bath from 1775 until his death in 1820. Baldwin was believed to be responsible for many of the stunning Georgian buildings that are still seen in the spa city today. Palladian style was what Thomas Baldwin preferred and his own home at Great Pulteney Street was one of his own designs.
Visiting the spa city of Bath can make for a great family getaway. With plenty to do and see in the area the hard part is making the right choices to suit everyone. Our handy little guide includes tips on how to get the best out of your spa break in Bath and take home fantastic memories.
If you are coming to Bath for the first time or even making a return visit you might be aware that sometimes a little helping hand is needed to make your trip one to remember. For this reason we have put together a handy list of the top 5 tips for visiting Bath and getting the most from your Bath spa break.
The Iford Arts Festival is held at Iford Manor, close to the spa town of Bath and is an internationally acclaimed festival offering opera, jazz proms and other musical genres in the grade I listed Peto garden. Music lovers from around the world visit to savour the sounds and setting of this popular festival which brings to life Iford Manor for approximately 8 weeks each year.
Get swept away with the history and drama surrounding Farleigh Hungerford Castle and you will have a great day out with friends and family. A visit to the castle, which is situated only 9 miles from Bath and in the most beautiful of settings can awaken and educate you on local history and medieval times. Farleigh Hungerford Castle has something for all ages and is open from 29th March to September 30th 2103.
We all know that the spa city of Bath is steeped in history and gorgeous Georgian architecture, but how many of us realise that this beautiful place also has a wide range of places to eat and drink, offering something for even the pickiest of taste buds? Eating out in Bath is an experience all of its own – you will be astonished at how many great quality restaurants and bars there are to enjoy.