Roman Baths
Roman Baths

Packed with Georgian delights, Bath was once second only to London in the social scene; and is still somewhere that has to be visited to breathe in the history and the atmosphere of a bustling small city.. Read More

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High Beeches

High Beeches

Alison and Ian have lived in Bath and offered B&B to visitors for more than five years. They hope to make your stay as homely and comfortable as possible in their wonderful Edwardian family home ... More | Double Room: From £37.50 | visit website

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Bailbrook Lodge Hotel

Bailbrook Lodge Hotel

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This Georgian Grade II listed country house is excellently situated one mile from the city centre.
Awarded 4 stars by the AA under the Guest House Accommodation listing, the 8 rooms overlook ... More | Double Room: From £35

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Pratts Hotel

Pratts Hotel
In the heart of historic Bath, Pratt's Hotel is just a 5-minute walk from the magnificent Bath Abbey. The hotel has a traditional restaurant, elegant bedrooms and a cosy bar. The bright and airy bedrooms each ... More | visit website
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Carfax Hotel

Carfax Hotel

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Three Georgian Town Houses in Bath's famous Great Pulteney St, with car park, lifts, restaurant and affordable prices. Centrally located, Carfax is an ideal base from which to work or explore ... More

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Harington's Hotel

Harington

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Set in a picturesque cobbled street right in the heart of Bath, this boutique-style hotel, offers modern, elegant bedrooms in a friendly, relaxing atmosphere. Probably the best located hotel in the heart ... More

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The Old Crown

The Old Crown

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The Old Crown is a wonderful 17th century coaching inn, less than 3 miles from Bath city centre in the lovely village of Kelston. No machines or music, just good ... More

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The Griffin Inn

The Griffin Inn

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The Griffin Inn boast’s four star accommodation located on the peaceful Beauford Square, adjoining the elegant Queen’s Square. Only a few steps away is the Theatre Royal and the Thermae ... More

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Hilton Bath City Hotel

Hilton Bath City Hotel

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Explore historic Bath from the riverside Hilton Bath City hotel, in the heart of the Georgian city. Benefit from the recent major refurbishment including air conditioning, plasma TVs, complimentary chocolates, ... More

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Apsley House Hotel

Apsley House Hotel
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A classic Georgian House built in 1830 by the Duke of Wellington, just over 1 mile from the city centre, with private parking. Apsley House is owned and run by Claire ... More | Double Room: From £35
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The Lansdown Grove

The Lansdown Grove

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The Lansdown Grove Hotel is believed to be one of the oldest hotels in Bath.Set in its own picturesque gardens this grade 2 listed hotel is just a 15 minute ... More | Double Room: £127.50 - £147.50 | visit website

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