Think you know all there is to know about the Georgian masterpiece that’s our fair city of Bath? Think again! The Building of Bath Collection at No. 1 Royal Crescent gives visitors a whole new insight into where the buildings we still admire today came from, who designed them and why.
Spa breaks in Bath are always popular with those seeking time out and a little pampering, and there’s another traditional way to relax and spend time together in the city – with a visit to the Pump Room Restaurant. Located right beside the Roman Baths you’ll find this elegant restaurant that specialises in modern-British cuisine. Famous for its quaint afternoon teas and stylish surroundings, the Pump Room is a piece of Bath’s history and shouldn’t be missed.
Ok so the heat waves may be behind us for the year, but that’s just the excuse we need to enjoy a long old soak in the heated thermal waters of Bath at the Therma Spa. Bailbrook Lodge offer Bath spa breaks that include a two hour visit to the spa, and with its open-air roof-top pool and natural thermal waters you’ll leave with a spring in your step and a warm glow.
What is it about enjoying a view of a city from high above it that makes it look even more unforgettable? Well whatever it is that makes looking down on a skyline so magical you can certainly take time out to do it in Bath – with a visit to Alexandra Park.
There are so many sights to see and things to discover in Bath that you may find yourself wondering where to start, well why not in the place that explains how the Bath we know and love today all started? The Building Of Bath Collection tells the story of how Bath came to be an infamous spa city, the people who built it and the architecture we see today, and it’ll have you looking at the city in a whole new light.
There’s something about a visit to Bath that’ll have you feeling like leaving the rest of the world behind, and one of the places that makes it easy to it Bath Boating Station. This Victorian boating station is so quaint it hurts, and you can hire a boat of your choice and while your way along the River Avon. Boats can be hired hourly or for a full day.
The Roman Baths may be one of Bath’s most famous historic sites but there’s a whole new experience bringing them to life – visitors can now meet Roman characters as they make their way around the attraction.
One of the best things about visiting a B and B in Bath (such as the very beautiful Bailbrook Lodge) is the chance to taste the local produce. There are three major Farmers’ Markets throughout the city, and each one offers visitors the chance to sample, taste and but fresh produce that was grown right in the region.
Bath is the home of classic architecture and elegance, and it makes the perfect backdrop to the annual Mozartfest which draws music lovers in their hundreds.
The annual event celebrates the maestro’s music in a nine day festival dedicated to classical music. The programme includes events and live performances at venues across the city, so book early to make sure you see your favourites.