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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 at Thermae Bath Spa and visit 2,000 year old 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. 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 - 543 reviews543 reviews
  2. 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 - 1176 reviews1176 reviews
  3. Mid Week Accommodation Offer

    Mid Week Accommodation Offer

    Fall for Bath this autumn and take advantage of our lowest ever mid week accommodation offers!

  4. Grove Lodge

    Special Offers

    Take a look at some our great deals and special accommodation offers.

    • How well do you know Jane Austen's Bath?

    Take the Quiz: How well do you know Jane Austen's Bath?

    2017 marks 200 years since Jane Austen's death. Jane knew Bath as a thriving spa resort, popular with fashionable society, and the city featured in two of her novels.

    Take our fun quiz to find out which Jane Austen character you are most similar to, based on your knowledge of Jane Austen's Bath.

    • Top shopping areas

    Top spots for a dose a retail therapy

    Artisan Quarter – a vibrant and eclectic bunch of quirky indie shops

    Margaret’s Buildings – find this charming lane between the Royal Crescent and Circus

    SouthGate – high street heaven with all your favourite brands under one (umbrella) roof

    Green Park Station – home to weekly Farmer, Vintage & Artisan markets

    • Top 5 sights

    Top 5 sights in the city

    Pulteney Bridge - one of the world's most beautiful bridges

    Royal Crescent - an architectural icon built between 1767 and 1775

    The Circus - a striking circular landmark like no other

    Bath Street - a picturesque street flanked by colonnades

    Great Pulteney Street - perhaps the grandest boulevard in Europe

    • Reasons to visit in 2017

    Just a few reasons to visit Bath in 2017...

    1. Uncover a UNESCO World Heritage Site

    2. Celebrate 200 years of literary legend Jane Austen

    3. Experience the brand new Wellness Suite at Thermae Bath Spa (opening in Spring)

    4. Celebrate 250 years of the Royal Crescent

Features this Month

Christmas Parties at Timbrell’s Yard

Christmas Parties at Timbrell’s Yard

Various dates: Christmas Parties at Timbrell’s Yard.

Light Up Lansdown, Fireworks & Bonfire Night

Light Up Lansdown, Fireworks & Bonfire Night

3 Nov 2017: A spectacular Bonfire Night with fun family entertainment and a stunning firework...

Spa Days at the Gainsborough

Spa Days at the Gainsborough

Located in the heart of the city, the spa combines classic architecture with a contemporary style.

The Cork

The Cork

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

Great Western Railway

Great Western Railway

Come and explore all the West has to offer.

The Bath Brew House

The Bath Brew House

Specialising in craft beers, delicious fresh food and a Micro Brewery.

Bailbrook House

Christmas Party Nights

December: Get together for a festive party night to remember at Bailbrook House Hotel.

Lacock Abbey

Lacock Abbey, Village and Fox Talbot Museum

Looking to visit the amazing town of Lacock?...If so, click here to get the latest Lacock tourist...

Glass Making at Bath Aqua Glass

Glass Making at Bath Aqua Glass

Inspirational, unique, fun and informative.

Roman Baths & Pump Room Private Hire

Roman Baths & Pump Room Private Hire

Experience the magic of an ancient venue and feel part of history.

The Insider's Guide

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Things to Do in Bath this Half Term

By Rosie Hurley
Wondering what you can do this October half term to keep the kids entertained? There’s no shortage of fun activities and events coming up soon in Bath – check out our top boredom-busting picks…

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Eerie events in Bath this Halloween

By Rosie Hurley
Halloween is just around the corner and there's no shortage of spook-tacular things to do, for both kids and adults, in Bath this month. From trails for brave Halloween explorers to creepy craft workshops and ghastly ghost tours, there's something for everyone to enjoy - if you dare!     

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What's On

Torchlit Terrace Christmas Dining

Torchlit Terrace Dining

17- 23 Dec 2017: A magical Christmas dining experience, with torchlit views across the Great Bath.

Past, Present, Future Exhibition

Past, Present, Future: Bath and the Smithsons

24 Jun- 26 Nov 2017: Exhibition at No.1 Royal Crescent.

Annual Loofah Harvest Day

Annual Loofah Harvest Day

23 Nov 2017: Ston Easton Park has become renowned as the only hotel to cultivate its very own...

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