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Looking for a beautiful and unique destination to enjoy the perfect city break? 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 style 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 at Bath Tourism Plus 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, action packed activities and great special offers too. 

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 250 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. Beechfield House

    Beechfield House

    A stunning four AA red star country house hotel nr to Bath, Lacock & Longleat. Heated pool. Superfast wifi.

    Price

    Price from £145.00
  2. The Villa Magdala

    The Villa Magdala

    Handsome Victorian town house, with own gardens, free car-parking & breakfast overlooking the park.

    Price

    Price from £79.00
  3. Roman Baths

    Exclusive 2 for 1 Offer with VisitBath

    Book your stay with VisitBath & get exclusive 2for1 entry to Roman Baths, Fashion Museum & Victoria Art Gallery.

  4. Front of the Royal Crescent Hotel

    The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

    Discretely located in the centre of the world famous crescent, it's an opportunity to experience Georgian grace and elegance.

Features this Month

Strictly Jane Austen

Strictly Jane Austen Tours

2 nights in Bath, wear the costumes and go to a Regency Ball!

Brasserie Blanc

Brasserie Blanc

Classic French food-with-flair.

Lucknam Park Cookery School

Lucknam Park Cookery School

Prestigious cookery school for all abilities at Lucknam Park.

The Pump Room

The Pump Room Restaurant

Dinner will be available throughout July and August from 6.00pm.

The Cork

The Cork

Friendly city centre pub. Comprising of two bars, vaulted booths, conservatory and a terrace area.

Georgian Fashion  at the Fashion Museum

Georgians Fashion at the Fashion Museum

25 Jan 2014 - 1 Jan 2016: The Fashion Museum’s special exhibition for 2015.

'View of Pulteney Street, Bath' by John Clause Nattes

Jane Austen’s Bath at the Victoria Art Gallery

4 July - 4 Oct 2015: Watercolours and prints, see the Bath that Austen saw on her visits.

Canaletto (1697-1768) The Thames from Somerset House Terrace towards Westminster, c1750-1 Oil on canvas ROYAL COLLECTION TRUST / © HER MAJESTY QUEEN E

Canaletto: Celebrating Britain Exhibition

27 June - 4 Oct 2015: Canaletto Celebrating Britain at the Holburne Museum.

Ezza

EZZA

Stylish, affordable luxury accessories. Limited edition tasteful handbags for women and men.

The Insider's Guide

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Where's the best bedroom in Bath?

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There's so many amazing accommodation choices in Bath, but where can you find the best bedroom? Here's a list of our favourites...

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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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What's On

Get Closer Week

Get Closer Week at Haynes Motor Museum

14 - 22 November 2015: We will have a selection of vehicles which will have the bonnets open, hoods...

Dancing

Dance Performances at Victoria Art Gallery

6, 13, 20 & 27 Aug 2015: Special dance performances for the Jane Austen's Bath exhibition at the...

The Makery

Learn Printmaking at The Makery

2 Aug 2015: In this workshop you'll create your own unique design using traditional lino block...