Relax and unwind with a Bath spa break

So summer’s behind us, the children are back in school and the house is quiet. It might just be time to take the weight off your feet for a day or two and enjoy some time out. Spa breaks in Bath have replenished the frazzled for hundreds of years, and autumn’s the perfect time to meet up with that friend you never get to see, whisk mum away or just take some time for yourself before the diary starts to fill with festive events.
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Glowing Bath in the autumn – a photographer’s dream

It’s hard to put your finger on just what makes Bath so beautiful, but one thing that certainly helped in the local golden stone its designers made use of when they designed the city in the eighteenth century. Carefully selected from local quarries, the stone retains a slightly regal feel to it that only looks more spectacular when the sun sets.
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Celebrate Halloween at the American Museum

Nobody knows how to celebrate Halloween like the Americans, so embrace the spookiest season at Bath’s American Museum with an extra special event. Visit the museum on 31st October and take part in some special activities for the whole family. Children will be able to terrify their parents with the creepiest creations they can make thanks to the spooky crafts sessions, and fancy dress is more than welcome.
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Experience the Bath of old

When in Rome as they say…well in this case when in Bath, and why not experience this historic city just as its visitors would have hundreds of years ago? With its unmistakeable architecture, famous residents and famed Roman Baths this is a city break destination that could have been made for those who appreciate history you can reach out and touch, so here are two ways you can follow in the footsteps of our ancestors during a stay in a bed and breakfast in Bath.
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Shop in style in Bath’s historic Milsom Street

A shopping break in a new city can often pose that age-old dilemma to the shopper who likes a bit of everything…do you head to the pretty, older area of the town centre and enjoy the independent shops and quirky bargains, or do you make the most of the big names while you’re there and stick to the main centre.
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Two Tunnels Greenway

Autumn can be the perfect time of year to get active, as often the countryside is at its most beautiful but you won’t have to worry about the crowds (or getting all hot and sweaty on a warm summer’s day!). The Two Tunnels Greenway is one of Bath’s best-loved cycle routes, and it doesn’t only make for a gorgeous place for a leg stretch but it also makes use of a railway route that was forgotten for decades.
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