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Explore Roman bathhouses and the home of Jane Austen when you take a short break in this ancient and beautiful city.
Come for the Georgian splendour, evident at the Royal Crescent and the Circus. Come for the soothing waters, where long ago the Romans took hot dips too. Come for the theatres (there are more than average for a city of this size). Come for the excellent restaurants, bars and cafes, and tuck into savoury delights, sweet treats and cocktails worthy of a post on social media.
Or just come for the Georgian architecture and grand streets that will have you thinking you've wandered on to a movie set. Bath is a dream break for visitors interested in spending time in a Britain of old. Yet the city is also modern and lively, with plenty of shops, restaurants and attractions to keep everyone happy.
Bath hotels also act as a great base for trips to the nearby city of Bristol, where culture and art combine with great shopping and nightlife, or the coastal resort of Weston-Super-Mare.
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Many of the finest hotels in this city, which is in the county of Somerset in the southwest of England, are housed in the grand old buildings that have made Bath famous. Some of the big chains, such as Holiday Inn and Travelodge, are also in evidence, offering more modern mid-range and budget hotels in Bath.
The centre of Bath, where you'll discover most of the attractions, is compact enough to get around on foot, so it's wise to book a hotel as close to the central area as possible. There are luxury hotels as well as cosy B&Bs throughout the city, though the city centre is mostly the territory of the grand, five-star hotels that occupy excellent spots and offer top levels of service. If you're on a budget, consider one of the city's guesthouses, B&Bs or big-name, cheap hotels, which are more likely to be on the outskirts of the city centre. Public transport is efficient, and most are still within a stroll of the places you wish to see.
The majesty of Bath is undeniable. The high price of hotel rooms is also indisputable. Book Bath accommodation early to get a good deal and be aware that, at weekends and on public holidays, many hotels request a two-night minimum stay.
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It's a pleasure to simply take a turn in this pretty city, though there's much to see and do...
Top five attractions
The Roman Baths
Walk – and bathe – in the shadow of the Romans during a trip to this famed hot spring and bathing complex.
One of the finest examples of the architecture that has earned Bath UNESCO World Heritage status, the Royal Crescent is a striking landmark and a must-see attraction. You can drop into No. 1, the first house to be built in the crescent.
The Jane Austen Centre
The Regency novelist is a beloved daughter of Bath, albeit adopted (she was born in Hampshire). Find out about Austen's life in the city and discover her sources of inspiration.
Thermae Bath Spa
Visit this spa for another chance to take a dip in the warm waters of Bath, plus the opportunity to enjoy a host of energising spa treatments.
Prior Park Landscape Garden
Situated on the edge of the city, this National Trust property showcases the English countryside of the 18th century, with the addition of a magnificent Palladian Bridge.
Spring, summer, autumn, or winter, there's always something happening in Bath...
Bath International Music Festival; May/June: A diverse range of tunes can be heard during this internationally renowned festival (and the Fringe event that accompanies it).
Jane Austen Festival; September: Any Austen fan will want to visit in autumn when nine days of events celebrate one of Britain's finest writers.
Bath Christmas Market; November-December: Where better to get into the festive spirit than the beautiful city of Bath? Shop at stalls and sip on mulled wine under hundreds of twinkly lights at the market, which is sandwiched between Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths.