Glamping in Bath

Glamping in Bath

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Glamping for 4 people, with garden, child-friendly in Bath
Glamping for 4 people, with garden, child-friendly
2 bedrooms
5.0
(20 reviews)
from £155 / night
Glamping for 4 people in Bath
Glamping for 4 people
2 bedrooms
4.8
(4 reviews)
from £225 / night
Glamping for 4 people in Bath
Glamping for 4 people
2 bedrooms
4.7
(36 reviews)
from £302 / night
Glamping for 5 people in Bath
Glamping for 5 people
2 bedrooms
4.7
(40 reviews)
from £314 / night

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Highlights in Bath

  • Stunning Georgian architecture
  • Relaxing thermal baths
  • Important historical museums
  • Wonderful restaurants and cafés

Most popular amenities for Glamping in Bath

Internet 280
Pets allowed 32
Balcony/Terrace 60
TV 279
Air conditioning 1
Garden 66

Glamping in Bath

Cosy glamping in England's beautiful spa city

Looking forward to spending the best holiday of your life? Visit charming Bath, one of the largest cities in the county of Somerset in England. With fabulous and comfortable glamping sites with all the amenities you need to enjoy a perfect holiday. Founded 3000 years ago by the Romans, it is known for being the UK's spa city, one of the best places where you can relax in its famous Roman baths. This magnificent city located in the southwest of the English countryside, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987 has much to see and do thanks to its historical and cultural past. Enjoy its incredible Georgian architecture from the 18th century by taking a pleasant walk through its streets, visiting its incredible museums loaded with unique exhibits. Take a tour of its impressive archaeological remains, one of the best preserved in the world. Have fun taking a tour of its magnificent shops, restaurants, bars, and pubs. Do not miss all the beauty that this charming city has to enjoy a well-deserved relaxing holiday.

Delightful glamping sites tastefully decorated

The city of Bath is the best place to rest and learn a little more about England's incredible historical past. Additionally, you can find great glamping options with all the amenities you need to fully enjoy these holidays with your family or with your partner. Prepare all your favourite meals in a fully equipped kitchen, with oven, microwave, stove, fridge, toaster, kettle, dishes and all utensils. Relax in its seating area decorated with minimalist details with comfortable sofas, plasma TV, free WI-FI and central heating. Rest in its comfortable king-size bed, also bed linen included. Share a pleasant time in its cosy dining area with a delicious dinner. These splendid glampings are very well located, just a few meters from the most important places in Bath that you cannot miss such as museums and its Roman baths. Don't think any more and book at any of these fabulous properties and let yourself be carried away by the charms of this ancient city.

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Bath for history lovers

One of the best places you will find in Bath is its ancient Roman baths. This place of more than 1000 years is loaded with important history. It was the Celts who first discovered the incredible hot springs in the 9th century BC. However, with the arrival of the Romans they were used by them to relax and worship their gods. Don't miss the incredible two-part tour of this place. Walk around the sacred spring with waters of more than 46 degrees of temperature, visit the Great Bath, with its rectangular pool. Walk through its impressive museum where you can find exhibits with objects such as vessels that served to worship the Roman gods, come to the multimedia presentations that will tell you interesting facts about the arrival of the Romans and how in the 18th century they left the city and the place was restored until the present day. Finally, do not forget to visit its famous Pump Room, a wonderful tea room with a neoclassical style.

Bath for architecture lovers.

If you are a fan of architecture, you cannot miss the magnificent Bath Abbey. A spectacular place that will take your breath away due to its imposing and impressive Gothic-style architecture. Founded in the 7th century and renovated in the 16th century, it is one of the most important temples in the southwest of England. Take the wonderful tour of its interior with a capacity for 1200 people and marvel at its beautiful and colourful stained-glass windows. Large columns and their impressive fan vaults on the ceiling. Visit the abbey tower and marvel at the best views of the city, its incredible clock and ancient bells. Do not miss all the Gothic architectural details of one of the last medieval cathedrals built in England.

The famous novelist Jane Austen used to visit the city of Bath very often due to its Georgian style that inspired her to write works such as Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensitivity among others. Currently, there is a museum in the city in honour of her name and her works.

Top 7 travel tips in Bath

1. Take a walk across the magnificent Pulteney Bridge

The Pulteney Bridge is one of the 5 remaining inhabited bridges worldwide. It was designed by Robert Adam, inspired by the Rialto Bridge in Venice and Vecchio in Florence. It was completed in 1773 running through the Avon River. Enjoy a pleasant walk across this bridge where in addition to enjoying the best views of Bath, you can also visit a wide variety of shops that maintain the same Victorian and Georgian style of the surrounding buildings. Additionally, you will find magnificent cafés such as the famous The Bridge Café Shop, with the best breakfasts and the best landscape of the Avon River.

2. Enjoy a delicious Jane Austen-style tea

If you are a fan of novelist writer Jane Austen's books, you must visit the wonderful Regency Tearoom. Located in an incredible Victorian house, like the one Jane Austen used to write in her novels, where you can enjoy traditional English tea served by waitresses dressed from the time. You can choose from its extensive menu a wide variety of tea, desserts, pastas, and sandwiches. The Regency Tearoom is one of the best places and visitor favourites you can find to enjoy a traditional English snack.

3. Marvel at the architecture of The Royal Crescent

One of the attractions of Bath is its impressive and unique Georgian architecture. One of the places that you cannot miss marvelling at this attribute is The Royal Crescent, designed by John Wood Jr., it was a complex of 30 houses arranged in an elliptical shape around a square. However, today a luxurious five-star hotel and a spectacular museum are housed in an 18th-century Georgian mansion with period furnishings. This is one of the favourite places for its visitors for its impeccable architectural details that have been preserved over the years.

4. Have fun at The Royal Victoria Park

The Royal Victoria Park is one of the most beautiful and visited parks in the city of Bath. It was opened in 1830 by Queen Victoria when she was a child. Here you can enjoy a large expanse of green fields of beautiful botanical gardens, an incredible playground for children, tennis, and golf courses to practice and have fun. Additionally, you can also take quiet walks in the surroundings enjoying the most beautiful views of the place and have pleasant picnics with your family or your partner. Visit the Great Dell area where you can find a large row of ancient and beautiful trees. Don't forget to include a visit to this beautiful natural park in your Bath travel itinerary.

5. Visit the beautiful Holburne Museum

This beautiful museum is located near the Prior Park Gardens. Listed grade I and considered the first art gallery in the city. Despite being small, it contains an incredible collection with Georgian style. On your tour you will discover a spectacular exhibition of portraits and paintings from the time of important artists such as the English Thomas Gainsborough, Allan Ramsay and many others. Discover the beautiful porcelain and silverware from the 17th and 18th century, decorative pieces such as three-dimensional embroidery. Additionally, you can also find books, coins, furniture and other items of the time that are well-preserved.

6. Have lunch at Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House & Museum

Near Abbey Green is one of Bath's oldest Georgian houses. One of the best things you can do if you are in the city is to visit this incredible place and taste the famous Sally Lunn Bun, created in 1680 by Sally, a French migrant. It is considered a speciality, since it is still prepared with the original 17th century recipe. In addition to trying its delicious food, you can also visit the museum located on the ground floor of the house where you will find the oven where the bread was originally made and still preserves many items from the Georgian era.

7. Tour the charming Prior Park

If you want to enjoy a pleasant and quiet walk and the best panoramic views of Bath you must visit the beautiful landscaped garden of Prior Park. Built in the 18th century, you can enjoy a wonderful natural landscape full of peace and tranquillity, away from the city centre. You can take the Bath Skyline Overview hiking trail of 5 km where you will find one of the 4 remaining bridges in the world in the Palladian style and a beautiful neoclassical country house. This is the best place to enjoy a pleasant walk with your partner and enjoy the fresher air and the most beautiful views of the South West of England.

FAQs: Glamping in Bath

Which types of facilities can you find at the glamping sites in Bath?

In regard to the services offered by Holidu, it appears that the glamping sites in Bath have everything that travellers need! Here, the glamping sites generally offer a variety of amenities, the most popular being: garden (67%), Wi-Fi (56%), and fireplace (44%)...What are you waiting for?

How are the glamping sites rated in Bath?

The glamping sites in this destination receive a lot of positive reviews from holiday-makers. 89% of the glamping sites in Bath have excellent reviews and an average rating of 4.5 stars!

Are the glamping sites in Bath suitable for families with children?

Judging by information from Holidu, 44% of glamping sites in Bath are suitable for holidays with children, it will therefore be easy to find the perfect glamping for you and your family.

Are the glamping sites in Bath suitable for holiday-makers and their pets?

Of course! In Bath, 11% of the glamping sites accept them, and 67% even have a garden!

Do the glamping sites in Bath generally have Wi-Fi?

Certainly! According to Holidu's database, 56% of glamping sites in Bath include an internet connection. You will be able to access your emails and favourite social media sites throughout your stay!

How much do guests usually expect to pay for glamping sites in Bath?

Many glamping sites in Bath are in general rather expensive. According to last year's information, 33% cost on average more than £500 a night.

Do the glamping sites in Bath typically have a fireplace or a swimming pool?

You're in luck! According to Holidu information, the glamping sites in Bath are ideal in summer and winter. Here, 44% have a fireplace and 11% a swimming pool.

Are the glamping sites in Bath suitable for holidays with the whole family or better for a weekend break as a couple?

Judging by last year's information, 89% of glamping sites are made for up to four people. Approximately 78% of the glamping sites here include at least two separate bedrooms. This is the perfect destination for small groups of friends!

Are you able to enjoy a beautiful view and spend time outside at the glamping sites in Bath?

11% of glamping sites have a balcony or terrace, and 11% have a view, but this does not represent the majority, so availability can be selective. If this is important to you, you should start your research early, and use the filters that suit you the best to be sure to find the glamping of your dreams. However, 67% of glamping sites in Bath have gardens, where you can enjoy the outdoors. If you like to have lunch or dinner outside, and especially if you like barbecues, 22% of the glamping sites have them.

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