For the best shopping in the area Bath is hard to beat. This lively spa city has it all – from the well-known brands to designer goodies and so much more. Spend a day out shopping in Bath and explore the gorgeous boutiques, malls and fashion hot spots that populate this beautiful city. There’s never a dull moment and you’ll be sure to find any item on your shopping list at the many stores close by.
Just a short distance from Bath you will find the amazing and historic site of Avesbury Stone Circle. This is regarded as one of the most important megalithic finds in Europe making Avesbury a firm favourite with visitors and tourists alike. Visit and see for yourself why this site is so popular, you can also go to the museum, manor and gardens which will make your day out extra special.
Longleat Safari Park is usually referred to as the UK’s number 1 safari and Adventure Park and is truly worth visiting during your stay in Bath. Just a short drive from the city centre and you will enter a world of wild animals, beautiful scenery and amazing sights. The stately home of Lord Bath stands proud in the grounds and is a fantastic backdrop to the animal delights that can be seen around the park.
The Avon Valley Railway is a momentous day out and fun for all members of the family. There is so much more than just trains to be seen and it really is a place you will love. This heritage railway is a great tourist attraction and there are fantastic views right along the 3 mile track that can only be fully appreciated by riding the steam trains.
Beautiful Bath, full of history, wonderful Georgian architecture and amazing places to visit. There’s a long list of must see places in this spa city which keep the flow of people to Bath coming back for more each year. Here are just a few of the iconic sights that can be found in Bath that we love to recommend to our guests.
Take a trip to one of the oldest houses in Bath and allow the history, atmosphere and heritage entertain you. Sally Lunn’s played a huge part in the past of the beautiful spa city of Bath, the house itself was built around 1483 although excavations have found many older and historically important evidence of previous buildings and uses.
Wine connoisseurs, those who would like to more about wine and all that surrounds this wonderful drink will enjoy a trip to Avonleigh Organic Vineyard and Orchard. This outstanding and certified organic vineyard offers wine tasting sessions, they sell to the public and you are invited to come along to find out more about the wines they produce and how they are made.
Although Bath is most certainly a beautiful city, full of heritage and Georgian architecture; it also is the home to many great parks, where you can spend time with family and friends enjoying the outdoors. The beauty of Bath is that you can have the amenities of a modern city, history in abundance and still be close to nature and all of its wonders.
Here is our list of the top parks to visit in and around Bath:
In September 2005 The Bertinet Kitchen opened its doors to those interested in the fine art of cookery and food lovers of all ages and experience. Owned and run by Richard Bertinet, a French chef and baker, The Bertinet Kitchen offers a range of culinary courses to suit many people.
Wine lovers and those wishing to spend a pleasant and unusual evening with friends or loved ones will thoroughly enjoy a visit to the Tasting rooms in the centre of Bath. Since 2002 the Tasting rooms have been offering wine and food evenings to introduce people to different varieties and types of wine in a friendly and informative setting.