North Parade, Bath, BA1 1LF
+44 (0)1225 461603
Single from: £105.00
Double from: £105.00
per room per night
Henrietta Road, Bath, BA2 6LY
+44 (0)1225 334279
Single from: £115.00
Double from: £115.00
per room per night
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Bath in Somerset was originally a spa resort. This was probably due to the fact that close to the city you will find the only hot springs you will be able to see in the UK that are completely natural. Luckily for tourists Bath has got a lot more to offer in recent times. If you want some quiet times you can go and visit the Royal Victoria Park which was opened by the then princess Victoria when she was 11 years old. The park has a skate board ramp as well as tennis courts, bowling, a pond, children's play area and a putting green. A 12 and an 18 hole golf course can also be found here. Alexandra Park is a nice park located on a hill and it will offer you stunning views of the whole city.
Bath is known for its delicious foods and one of the most famous products of Bath is the Sally Lunn, which is a tea cake that is a treat for the taste buds. A Bath Bun is smaller than a normal bun and probably about 300 times as sweet, but still it tastes very good indeed with a nice cup of English Tea.
When you are in the city centre you should visit the Bath Abbey which provides some stunning architecture. You will definitely find one or more street performers giving a live show here every day of the week after which you can turn around and walk straight into the Roman Baths located opposite of the Abbey. Royal Crescent is another building that is monumental and incredibly huge. When you want to take a tour to another city you can easily hop onto the trains at Bath Spa Station which will take you to Exeter, London, Bristol and places like Cardiff and Penzance. The main station was developed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and worth a look both from the inside as well as the outside. A visit to the Assembly Rooms located in the city centre will give you a chance to visit the Museum of Fashion. Even if fashion is not your thing the tea rooms will provide you with some tranquillity. This is also the location where Charles Dickens gave readings of his work.
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