Little Solsbury Hill

Stunning views of beautiful countryside and an array of historical stories are just a part of what you can find at Little Solsbury Hill near the spa town of Bath. Also known as Mount Badon, Little Solsbury Hill is a favourite spot for locals and visitors to Bath and surrounding areas and also walking enthusiasts.

Referred to as the most likely place for the famous battle in which King Arthur legendarily went against the Saxons, the hill was once an Iron Age hill fort that still holds a great amount of history and promises to be the best place to see the local towns and countryside. Little Solsbury Hill is a great way to get out of the city and relax.

For lovers of nature and wildlife a walk to Solsbury Hill is worth the trip out, pack a picnic and spend the day exploring and walking in the area. The hill is just 191metres above the Avon river and even features in a song written by musician Peter Gabriel in 1977. No spa break in Bath is quite complete without seeing Little Solsbury Hill and the amazing views. Enjoy a family day out as part of your break and take advantage of everything this special place has to offer.