Britain’s original wellbeing destination
Known widely for its striking Georgian architecture and natural thermal waters, Bath has been in vogue since the Romans were around. The city has been regarded as Britain’s original wellbeing destination and in truth even today it isn’t difficult to see why. In many aspects the Georgian labyrinth was for created with pleasure and relaxation in mind and for centuries Bath has been an attractive destination for visitors for miles around.
The city’s thermal waters that bubble up from beneath the cobbled streets remain a must for those considering a relaxing stay in the city, with Thermae Bath Spa located directly across from the Roman Baths, so as you can enjoy a warming dip in these natural healing waters. The site is home to the only natural thermal hot springs in Britain you can bathe in. For the ultimate luxury, looking into booking their private Cross Bath, just a hop from the main building.
The city centre is awash with a diverse array of independent coffee houses and restaurants that offer a wide-array of continental cuisine, so you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out. For something extra-special or quintessentially English, book in for a champagne afternoon tea at The Pump Room or the quaint collection of tea-rooms found scattered round Bath Abbey.
Wind-down with a wander round one of the city’s many galleries and museums, such as the Holburne, which holds a fascinating displays but also backs on to the lush backdrop of Sydney Gardens and the Kennet and Avon Canal, if you fancy a stroll in the outdoors as well. As day turns to night, check out a variety of innovative and high-brow shows at the Bath Theatre Royal, make dinner reservations early for the ultimate indulgent evening where you can wine and dine before the curtain goes up.
So what are you waiting for, book your wellbeing break in Bath this summer, with plenty of luxurious accommodation options awaiting from Bath Self Catering.