About Bath

The World Heritage City of Bath boasts world class shopping and eating, combined with stunning Georgian architecture, theatres, a comedy club, the Thermae Bath Spa and year-round events from the Christmas Market to music, food and cultural festivals.

Our location amid areas of outstanding beauty encourages guests to get out and about; walking, cycling and canoeing are accessible directly from the city centre.

Regional attractions within less than an hour’s drive are Stonehenge, Longleat, Westonbirt Arboretum, Glastonbury and Wells.

Tourist Information

Getting here

Bath is located in the south west of England and highly accessible. We are approximately 45 minutes by car from Bristol International Airport (or there is a bus), 1.5 hours by train from London Paddington and close to the M4/M5 motorways.

Eating & Drinking

Check out Alexa’s Personal Favourites for fine dining, drinking and dancing!

If you simply want to relax and eat in, the team at Zest Concierge can arrange a chef to cook for you, or order a pre-prepared gourmet meal courtesy of Cavendish Cooks.

What’s On

There’s always something great happening! Check out the Bath Festivals Box Office or Visit Bath for festivals, sporting fixtures, exhibitions and special events such as the Jane Austen Festival and Christmas Market. For any other questions, call us on +44 (0)1225 482225.

Bath Festivals

Whether you’re a gourmet foodie, world music connoisseur, comedy aficionado or fashionista, Bath offers a diverse selection of festivals throughout the year. Regulars include Literature Festivals, Bath in Fashion, the Great Bath Feast, World Heritage Day, Bath Comedy Festival and the famed International Music Festival, which kicks off with the vibrant and colourful Party in the City.

These are just a sample! To find out more or to book, see the Bath Festivals website

Out and about

There are many attractions located under an hour’s drive away that are perfect for families, couples or groups.

For mystical folklore, the ancient sites of Stonehenge and Glastonbury Tor are a must! Great family days out include the caves at Wookey Hole or Longleat, with its famous lions and safari.

If nature and the outdoors is your thing, don’t miss the National Arboretum at Westonbirt, or hire a bike or canoe to enjoy the Kennet & Avon Canal.

Thermae Bath Spa

No trip to Bath is complete without a visit to the Thermae Bath Spa. Bathe in the natural, warm, mineral-rich waters, enjoy views across the city from the rooftop pool or pamper yourself by booking a treatment.

You can even pause halfway through your visit for food and drink in your bathrobe at the Springs Cafe Restaurant located within the spa complex.

For details of spa packages and treatments visit Thermae Bath Spa.

Links

There's a multitude of things to do in and around Bath - so much so it's impossible to list everything that deserves a mention. But below you'll find a few links to some of the more popular attractions, events and places to visit, along with links to the Visit Bath website...


Properties

Bath Holiday Rentals' properties are furnished to the highest standard and range from studio apartments for one or two people to large period properties for groups or even corporate events.
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Large Properties

Our large properties (for groups of eight people or larger) are perfect for friends and family groups providing plenty of living space to relax, socialise and enjoy quality time together.
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Corporate

Staying in Bath for business, on secondment or a short-term contract? Don’t fancy a hotel? Contact us about our commercial packages for stays of 2 nights to 6 months.
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Week Farm Manor

This idyllic 17th Century manor house sleeps up to 20 people and is perfect for special occasions such as anniversaries, birthdays and girly weekends, or business meetings such as residential board retreats.
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