With its striking Georgian architecture and varied history the city of Bath has always attracted those with a passion for the nostalgic, and it’s home to a regular vintage and antiques market that’s perfect for lovers of all things old fashioned.
Bath spa breaks are all about treating yourself and indulging, and Bath Ales make that even easier for the city’s visitors. Bath Ales are passionate about brewing local ale using traditional techniques, so if you’re keen to sample a real taste of the South West during a visit then why not sample one of their tipples?
Bath’s more classic highlights have been well documented, but we know that there are those days when you just want to see something a little bit different, and stories behind attractions don’t come much more inspiring than this one. Wander past the beautiful Bath Abbey during a stay in a Bath bed and breakfast and take a moment to look on the ground outside – there will probably be art work.
One of Bath’s biggest charms is that it’s an easy city to visit. We don’t only mean in that it’s very compact and easy to wander on foot, but it’s also easy to reach. If you’re thinking of trying one of the many spa breaks in Bath then why not take the opportunity to see more of the country at the same time?
There’s always an event to enjoy or something to celebrate in the lively city of Bath, and 2013 saw it mark more than three centuries since the Georgians made it what it is today. The Georgian period shaped the city into the cultural and impressive city that’s attracted visitors for centuries, and they influenced its architecture, style and society.
The Roman Baths may be one of the country’s most famous attractions today, but behind their looming architecture you’ll find remains that tell the tale of the city long before it became the destination we visit today. Just like many of us book breaks to enjoy bed and breakfast in Bath and some serious pampering, the Romans also made their way to the city to take advantage of its location and impressive baths.
There are so many romantic spots to visit in Bath that we wouldn’t have enough space to list them all here, but the historic city is something of a magnet for lovers keen to stroll its streets and enjoy time out together. If you’re stuck for a way to make this Valentine’s Day extra special why not book a b and b in Bath and start planning ways to explore the city as a twosome?