Bath is not only full of exciting and thrilling history, but it is also full of many different relaxation opportunities that you are sure to love. Some people come to bath to see the sights and learn a thing or two about what has been happening in Bath for the last 2,000 years, while others love to come here to relax and get away from everyday life.
Here are a few things you might want to do while you’re visiting the city:
Visit The Theatre Royal
The Theatre Royal, Bath is one of the UK’s oldest theatres, with three auditoriums, one of them home to a theatre for the young, this building is exceedingly beautiful and one you need to visit. The theatre has been a part of Bath since 1705, and is ideal if you love to spend an evening watching shows and performances, that are performed through-out the year. If you plan to visit the theatre during your stay, please make sure you book your tickets in advance so you get the tickets to the show you want to see.
Prior Park Landscape Gardens
If you fancy a nice easy stroll around some beautiful 18th century gardens, why not visit Prior Park Landscape Gardens? This 18th century garden is simply beautiful, and is a must-visit for anyone who loves gardens, nature and elegant structures. The Palladian bridge stands above a calm lake and the incredible scenery will help you to relax and unwind before you make your way back to your bed and breakfast in Bath.
Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House
In 1680, Solange Luyon escaped persecution in France when she came to Bath. After changing her name to Sally Lunn, the young lady found a job in a bakery and baked a bun that is ideal to eat with sweet or savoury foods. This bun became famous through-out Bath and the UK and now the world. Today, you can enjoy one of Sally Lunn’s delicious buns in the world famous eating house. You can relax in a truly unique dining room or restaurant, and visit the museum that pays homage to the girl who created a delicious bun that is loved by the world.
Roman Baths Museum
Why not take a walk around the beautiful Roman Baths Museum that can be found in Stall Street? The museum pays homage to the Romans who lived and worked in Bath, and the religious spa that happens to be one of the grandest in the world. Open through-out the year, and with its beautifully preserved buildings, mosaics and more, the Roman Baths are well worth a visit. Don’t forget to pop into the gift shop so you can pick up a souvenir or two of your visit to the Baths.
If you want to relax in the beautiful city of Bath, you will be pleased to know there is a lot on offer. Stay in a bed and breakfast in Bath and come and go as you please, taking in the sites, sound and history while you relax and unwind in one of the UK’s most elegant and historic cities.