Bath City Breaks
Bath city breaks are not often considered by families. But Bath is a must visit with its delightful history. With natural hot springs, Bath is the site of ancient Roman Baths that can still be seen today. This is a beautiful city in the South West of England with close access to both the Cotswolds and Bristol.
What to Do in Bath
Roman Bath – The whole reason people visit Bath is to see the ancient Roman Baths,pavements and temple going back 2000 years. Ticket prices are £44 for a family of 2 adults & 2 children.
Wookey Hole – A day of fantasy & adventure that children love. Online tickets costs from £15.70 for adults and £11.90 for children over 3 years.
Cheddar Gorge – Britain’s biggest gorge for stunning views & caves that are fun to explore . Online ticket prices are from £16.95 for adults and £11.85 for children between 5-15 years.
Themae Bath Spa - Enjoy a spa break in the natural hot springs that are believed to heal.
Jane Austen Centre – visit an exhibition and learn about Bath’s most famous resident, Jane Austen. Family tickets cost £26
Getting To Bath
100 miles west of London, Bath is well connected to other cities by road and public transport.
Get there by Car
Bath is just 19 miles from Bristol and an easy journey of a little over a couple hours from London via the M4.
Get there by Bus
National Express provide services to Bath from a variety of destinations
Get there by Train
Trains from London Paddington take about 90 minutes and under 20 minutes from Bristol.
Get there by Air
Bath is just 19 miles away from the Bristol Airport
Where to Stay in Bath
Bath and North East Somerset has a total population of around 176,000. As a small city, Bath therefore has a limited number of places to stay. So it's best to book early.
B&B - from £69 a night for a family of four
Hostel costs from £65 for a family of 4 per night
B&B from £100 a night for a family of four
Hotel costs from £90 a night
Hotel from £450 per night for a family of 4.
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Do visit Stonehenge when you are on a trip to Bath.
This mysterious prehistoric monument was constructed between 3000-2000 BC. A possible burial site and a monument to the dead, Stonehenge is enigmatic.
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