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Looking for a beautiful and truly unique destination? Wanting somewhere that’s brimming with things to do, a fantastic city centre, where you can shop until you drop but also relax and unwind?

Then welcome to Bath, a city so beautiful and special that it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Independent, creative, unique and stylish, Bath is the only place in the UK where you can bathe in naturally hot spa water and original Roman Baths, making it the ultimate spa break destination for thousands of years.

Whether you fancy a romantic short break, a fun family holiday, an indulgent foodie getaway or an exciting day out on the bus or train, Bath is guaranteed to delight. Discover England’s most complete Georgian architecture, iconic visitor attractions such as Stonehenge and Longleat Safari Park, great boutique shopping, fantastic nightlife, fabulous festivals and a remarkable range of restaurants, bars and cafés.

As the official visitor information website for Bath and the surrounding area, we are excited to welcome you to our special city. We hope you will find everything you need here to make the very most of your visit and ensure it’s as enjoyable as possible. Our expert local knowledge provides inspiration and ideas on the very best way to spend your visit - from local events and popular restaurants to the best pubs, and action packed activities. 

Why not start planning your visit today? Take a look at our what's on section or browse our range of free guides, including easily downloadable maps, parking advice and city audio tours to help you make the most of your stay.

If you’re looking for a luxury spa retreat, boutique hotel, cosy bed & breakfast or a homely self-catering property, we offer the biggest choice. Search over 200 accommodation options in Bath and find your perfect place to stay.

Whenever you visit, you are sure to fall in love with Bath... so dive in!

Featured Accommodation

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  1. Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel

    Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel

    60 superbly appointed bedrooms. Set in village location just 10 minutes from city centre with free parking.

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 971 reviews971 reviews
  2. Leigh Park Hotel

    Best Western Leigh Park Hotel

    Superb country house hotel with 38 stunning bedrooms. New conservatory restaurant, 15 minutes from Bath.

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 454 reviews454 reviews
  3. Double Bedroom at Kensington Chapel Apartment

    Kensington Chapel Apartment

    Ground floor apartment in a 17th Century Grade II listed building, it sleeps up to 4 people. With private car park.

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 12 reviews12 reviews

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    Price from £100.00
  4. Francis Hotel Bath - MGallery Collection

    Francis Hotel Bath - MGallery Collection

    In the heart of the historic city of Bath, this Regency style townhouse hotel boasts 98 bedrooms.

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 1806 reviews1806 reviews
    • Family outdoor summer fun

    Outdoor Family Pursuits

    Explore the caves or try a spot of climbing at Cheddar Gorge.

    Adventure out into the city’s peaceful surrounds and enjoy a fun family quiz with Bath Tours.

    Hire out a narrowboat for the day and channel your inner Swallows and Amazons.

    Go wild in the country at Avon Valley Adventure & Wildlife Park – a perfect mix of nature and fun.

    Tour the safari park or explore the vast, beautiful landscape gardens at Longleat House.

    • Top Bath photo spots

    Top Photo Spots

    Bath Abbey – you can’t help but get your camera out as you approach its magnificent West Window.

    Pulteney Bridge – get the best shots aboard a river boat, or venture to its north side for an alternative vista.

    The Royal Crescent & The Circus – any angle works here!

    The Palladian Bridge – make your way to Prior Park and capture the bridge in its beautiful surrounds.

    Bath Skyline – walk up and out of the hustle and bustle to enjoy stunning vistas of the city.

    • Places to picnic

    Perfect Parks for Picnics

    Grab your baskets and blankets and make your way to one of Bath’s beautiful parks or gardens. We suggest...

    Just in front of the Royal Crescent in Royal Victoria Park

    Lakeside with views of the Palladian bridge at Prior Park

    High above Bath in Alexandra Park with sweeping views over the city

    In a quiet spot in Sydney Gardens – Bath’s oldest park

    • Bath must eats and treats

    Must-have Eats and Treats

    Enjoy a truly-unique bun, savoury or sweet, at Sally Lunns.

    Another Bath-must-have-bun is the Bath Bun! Enjoy these best at the Bath Bun Tea Shoppe.

    Surely you can’t take a trip to Bath without popping to the Pump Room for a spot of Afternoon Tea?

    Join a culinary tour with Savouring Bath and munch your way around Bath’s best bits.

    Sit back and enjoy views of the abbey whilst indulging on fudge and champagne at The San Francisco Fudge Factory.

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The ultimate guide to Sunday Roasts in Bath

By Gemma Sampson

It's a cherished British tradition and the humble Sunday Roast can come in many delicious shapes and sizes. Bath isn't short of amazing restaurants who create the most mouthwatering Sunday roasts. Here's some of the best in Bath...

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Your guide to Afternoon Tea in Bath

By Gemma Sampson

With so many delightful restaurants, cafes and hotels offering sumptuous afternoon teas, we’ve compiled a quick guide to help you decide where you should have your afternoon tea in Bath...

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West of England Youth Orchestra / Matthew Trusler Violin

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Van Kuijk Quartet

Van Kuijk Quartet

6 Nov 2016: Gallic charm from award-winning young quartet.

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Fun for Families and Children at The Holburne

Throughout Aug 2016: Fun for Families and Children at The Holburne museum.