Searching for that little something extra on your summer holiday in Bath this year? You’re in luck, as the city’s acclaimed hotels, eateries, and attractions are offering a range of compelling deals to give you plenty of value for your hard-earned money this summer. 

Accommodation Offers

Treat yourself to a spot of affordable luxury at one of Bath’s upmarket hotels this summer, with offers, deals and packages perfect for all kinds of break. 

Stay at least two nights in any of the beautiful, individually designed rooms at The Queensberry Hotel between Monday and Friday throughout August and enjoy a head-turning 20% discount. Better still, book the hotel’s ‘When in Bath…’ package and experience an overnight stay, a two-hour session at the Thermae Bath Spa, and full breakfast in the hotel’s Michelin-starred Olive Tree Restaurant from just £125 per person per night. 

Image: The Queensberry Hotel

Foodie travellers will love The Francis Hotel’s Summer Sale offer, featuring up to 25% off a two-night stay in one of the former Regency townhouse’s opulent rooms, along with a sumptuous breakfast both mornings and Mediterranean-meets-Moroccan inspired sharing platters in the hotel’s Boho Marché restaurant. Or, try the delicious Summer Staycation package at The Roseate Villa Bath, including an overnight stay in one of the hotel’s deluxe rooms, a delicious Full English breakfast prepared to your liking, along with a traditional afternoon tea experience for two, consisting of delicate finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones and a selection of cakes. 

Image: The Francis Hotel Bath 

Bringing the family along for a summer break in Bath? Keep the kids happy and make memories aplenty with No.15 Great Pulteney’s ‘Summer of Fun’ package, available with minimum three night stays. Enjoy round-the-clock access to the hotel’s legendary pantries loaded with a limitless supply of ice cream, sweet treats, fruit and crisps, a £100 food and drink credit to spend in the hotel’s restaurant, free meals for under 12s, and a round of cocktails at the hotel bar for parents. Best of all, you’ll save a third off when staying as a family for three nights, with rooms from £190 per night including breakfast each morning.  

Those searching for deals at some of Bath’s most exclusive accommodation venues are spoilt for choice this summer. Retreat to the peaceful surroundings of Homewood, nestled in the Somerset countryside just 15 minutes outside Bath, and relax with an overnight stay for two in a room of your choice, a soothing 30-minute spa treatment, full access to the spa facilities, a £40 dinner allowance and breakfast the following morning in the award-winning Olio Restaurant from £360. Or, stay overnight at The Bath Priory and enjoy a one-hour treatment of your choice, full access to the UK's only L'Occitane spa, and Full English or continental breakfast from £525 per person. 

Image: Homewood 

If you’ve already found the perfect lodgings for your summer holiday in Bath, remember to book midweek to take advantage of the best rates, and enjoy the added bonus of exploring the city without the weekend crowds! 

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Food & Drink Offers 

Savour Bath’s diverse food and drink scene for less this summer, with tantalising deals available at eateries across the city. 

Head to the popular Green Park Brasserie and Bath Pizza Co restaurants, based in the unique setting of the former Green Park railway station, to enjoy a buzzing atmosphere, locally-sourced seasonal food, and incredible deals this summer. 

Image: Green Park Brasserie/Bath Pizza Co 

Visit Bath Pizza Co between 12pm and 6pm every weekday and grab an award-winning pizza with your choice of a pint or Prosecco for £12.50, or treat yourself to Bottomless Prosecco and Pizza for £29, available seven days a week. Those looking for the perfect refreshment on a summer afternoon will be delighted to hear that Happy Hour at both venues lasts from 12pm until 5pm every day of the week, with two cocktails for just £14.

The Ivy Bath Brasserie is ensuring that kids are well catered for this summer, with their ‘Little Dreamers’ deal, offering all main dishes for £9.95. The menu features a selection of high-quality dishes from lamb and beef Bolognese to traditional fish and chips, and many more. 

Image: The Ivy Bath Brasserie

Things to Do Offers

Bath’s numerous award-winning attractions and activity providers are making sure you get the best value for money this summer with a range of offers, from discounts on tickets to free bonus activities. 

Several of Bath’s award-winning museums are offering a variety of fun additional activities included in the price of entry this summer. Try your hand at a range of crafts at The Roman Baths, from creating collages inspired by the pots on display at the museum, to making a colourful statue based on those on the terrace of the Great Bath. Meanwhile, over at the Victoria Art Gallery, there are a range of activities inspired by the venue’s Kaffe Fassett and Candace Bahouth exhibitions.

Image: The Roman Baths 

Let the kids join in with summer craft activities at the Herschel Museum of Astronomy and No. 1 Royal Crescent

There are plenty more children’s workshops waiting at The Holburne Museum, including making and decorating ceramic buttons and screen printing. Most activities are completely free, with the remainder costing only £1 per person. 

If you’re looking to get your adrenaline pumping during your holiday in Bath, tickets to the Escape Room experience including museum entry for £25 at Mary Shelley’s House of Frankenstein are a must. Decipher the ramblings of an unhinged mind to find your way out to freedom in one hour, then enjoy full access to all four floors of the house museum dedicated to the life of one of the city's most famous literary residents. 

Image: Mary Shelley's House of Frankenstein

Under 18s go half-price on all of local adventure company Original Wild’s paddleboarding tours, allowing you to take to the waters of the River Avon as a family and experience the beauty of Bath from a unique perspective.

You’ll be laughing with 20% off Komedia Bath’s Krater comedy club nights every Saturday using the code SUMMER23 at checkout. Krater features the best in live comedy, including three top stand-ups and one of the best comperes in the business. 

Take a day trip outside Bath and visit some of the surrounding area’s superb attractions, such as Wookey Hole Caves, where the young and young at heart alike can adventure through ancient caves, vintage penny arcades, museums, soft play zones, and a mini-golf course. Plus, buying a ticket at Wookey Hole will automatically entitle you to 10% off at five other leading South West attractions, including Brean Leisure Park, Bristol Aquarium, Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, Puxton Park, and Cheddar Gorge & Caves. Your discounted ticket at the latter will give you access to the show caves, museum of pre-history, the lookout tower, and much more! 

Image: Wookey Hole Caves 

Westonbirt Arboretum is the perfect place to let the children run off steam this summer, thanks to the attraction's 'Kids Go Free' offer, running throughout the holidays, from 22 July to 3 September. Make your own fun in the forests, from hide and seek in the trees, to play areas and activity trails. 

Early risers can head out to Mendip Activity Centre and claim amazing discounts on 9:30am slots for selected activity sessions. Try your hand at caving, axe-throwing, bushcraft, air rifle and archery for just £15 per person, or kayaking, canoeing, paddleboarding, abseiling, rock climbing, low ropes, and assault courses for just £20 per person. If you'd prefer to stay in bed longer, try camping overnight at the venue's spacious family campsite, Basecamp, and sleep among nature. 

Haynes Motor Museum is also a must-visit for families this summer, with its brand-new family trail ‘Now That’s What I Call a Convertible’ included in the price of your ticket. Together, find all of the essential holiday items for a summer road trip hidden in classic convertibles from around the world as you explore the UK’s largest collection of iconic cars and motorbikes. 

Don’t forget to visit our summer offers page for more ideas and inspiration on how to make your money go further in Bath this summer. 

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