We recommend these three hotels:
Closest? The Gainsborough Bath Spa stunning indoor freshwater pool and complimentary access to The Spa Village.
Cheapest? Radstock Hotel charming 18th-century coach inn that meets all basic needs.
Feeling Fancy? The Royal Crescent Hotel And Spa regal interiors with a Turkish Bath (hammam) in each room.
rain: The easiest way to reach Bath is by train. Bath is served by the Great Western Main Line and has convenient connections from most cities in the UK.
Coach: The cheapest way to get to Bath would be getting a coach from London or Bristol. The coach station is located on Dorchester Street.
Flight: The nearest airport is the Bristol International Airport and is 15 miles from Bath. You can get the A4 Air Decker bus service from the airport, which directly takes you to Bath.
Bath has a plethora of eateries, cafes, and bar to satisfy all your gluttony cravings. The Pulteney Coffee Shop is known for boasting the best views of the city from their quaint wooden windows. You also shouldn’t miss Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating house; the originator of the Sally Lunn Buns. After exploring the city all day, head to The Saracen's Head pub, considered to be the oldest pub in the city and a former temporary residence of Charles Dickens. Now, how cool is that?
This tour is not wheelchair accessible. Service animals are welcome.
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