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Highlights in Bath
- Spa city
- Fine dining
- History and culture
- Vibrant nightlife
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The beautiful and fascinating city of Bath is surrounded by astonishingly scenic Somerset countryside. Choose to stay in the city itself, a paragon of Georgian magnificence, or in one of the gorgeous surrounding villages. The village of Newton St Loe to the west has an interesting railway heritage, and Bear Flat to the south is near Lyncome Hall, backdrop to Jane Austin’s Northanger Abbey. Whether you choose a holiday cottage in the city or in one of the surrounding villages you’ll have a wonderful time on your holiday in Bath!Cottages outside the city centre
There are so many delightful holiday cottages in and around the city of Bath! Many holiday cottages are built in Somerset’s traditional stone building style, topped with pretty, red roofs and embraced with attractive and spacious gardens. Step outside the front door of your Bath holiday cottage into miles and miles of countryside. Holiday cottages in Bath are welcoming and cosy, and the perfect place to relax after an enjoyable day exploring the architectural wonders of Bath.
Travellers and activities
Bath’s regal history hails back to Prince Bladud, King of the Britons around 800BC, who founded the city. Some 200 years later these natural waters led the Romans to choose Bath as a site of relaxation and recuperation, building bath houses and a temple. As the years passed and control of Britain fell into different hands, Bath remained a place of sanctuary and healing, through to 1948 when water from Bath was prescribed by the NHS for its healing properties! In 2006 the historic spas were refurbished and re-opened to the public who can now bathe in the magical spring waters.Bath for nightlife seekers
After a day relaxing at the spa, what better than to head out for a fun and lively evening of fun! And Bath has it all. Enjoy sophisticated cocktails in Circo Cellar Bar or taste Somerset cider at The Garrick’s Head. Dance the night away to the classic tracks played at Zero/Zero or check out Po Na Na with music ranging from dubstep to indie to punk. Or if you just want to continue to chill and enjoy the atmosphere, stroll the beautifully lit streets, and marvel at the striking Georgian and Edwardian buildings in a new light.Bath for foodies
There’s no shortage of fine dining experiences waiting for you in Bath. Try The Olive Tree, proud owner of a Michelin star as well as a superb wine cellar. The Dower House dining area is in the gardens of the Royal Crescent – an exquisite location to enjoy the finest foods. Cloisters Restaurant is a delightfully romantic location, and its friendly staff will serve you wonderful food – but its deserts are so good that it’s worth a trip here just for one of them!
With its magisterial collection of architectural delights, it’s no surprise that Bath has been the scene of many popular films!
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Visiting Bath and looking for a unique experience? Sip cocktails and enjoy close up magic at Sleight Bar. A fun way to spend a magical evening!2. Look to the stars at the Herschel Museum of Astronomy.
William Herschel wasn’t the only astronomer of note in his family, and you can learn more about their talents, as well as seeing the actual telescope that Herschel used to discover Uranus, at the museum built within the Herschel’s home. Learn more about the family’s many talents, including their remarkable musical abilities.3. Change your currency to Oliver
Just for fun, change your British Pounds to Bath’s own currency, known as Oliver. As well as an amusing idea, Oliver gives you access to various discounts across the city.4. Step out in style at Bath’s Fashion Museum
Displaying fashionable items from 400 years ago to the present day, the Fashion Museum is like walking through time. Want to try on your own style? Enjoy the dressing up area and mix and match items from across the ages.5. Experience an art lover’s paradise
Take a trip to the Victoria Art Museum and enjoy an outstanding collection of important pieces of art, sculpture and paintings. The museum also holds a frequently changing gallery of pieces by local artists.6. Take a walk on the Bath Skyline Walk
Just outside the main city of Bath you’ll find the Skyline walk – a gorgeous six mile route through ancient woodlands and pretty meadows. Looking down at the city you’ll have a bird’s eye view of Bath in all its splendour.7. Rejuvenate with Bath’s legendary waters
At the Georgian Pump Room Restaurant you can accompany your afternoon tea with a glass of mineral-rich natural Bath water. Said to help a wide range of illnesses and ailments, drinking the water at Bath is thought to be as valuable as bathing in it.
FAQs: Cottages in Bath
Which types of facilities can you expect to find at the cottages in Bath?
In regard to the amenities offered by Holidu, it can be said that the cottages in Bath contain everything that holiday-makers search for! Here, the cottages generally offer a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (49%), fireplace (35%), and garden (33%)...What more could you want?!
How are the cottages usually rated in Bath?
On average, the cottages here get quite positive reviews. According to Holidu, 25% of cottages have a rating average of 4.5 stars. This is a relatively high percentage which allows us to confirm that there are many that are very enjoyable and will be the perfect choice for your next holiday.
Are the cottages in Bath suitable for holidays with children?
Judging by information from Holidu, 60% of cottages in Bath are suitable for families with children, it should therefore be very easy for you to find the perfect cottage for you and your family.
Are the cottages in Bath suitable for holiday-makers who wish to travel with their pets?
For sure! In Bath, 13% of the cottages accept them, and 33% even have a garden!
Do the cottages in Bath mostly have an internet connection?
According to information from Holidu, approximately 49% of cottages in Bath include Wi-Fi, perfect for staying connected whilst on holiday!
How much does it usually cost for cottages in Bath?
According to last year's information, there don't seem to be many cottages in Bath that are less than £100 a night. They can also be very expensive, 13% are even at more than £500 per night.
Do the cottages in Bath generally have a fireplace or a swimming pool?
Of course! Judging by last year's information, a good amount of cottages in Bath are equipped with a fireplace. Therefore, it is the perfect destination for a winter getaway!
Are the cottages in Bath suitable for holidays with the whole family or rather for a weekend break as a couple?
Judging by last year's information, 75% of cottages are made for up to four travellers. Approximately 78% of the cottages here include at least two separate bedrooms. This is the perfect destination for families of four!