Around and About Bath

Our area has too much to see and do to list everything here! Nevertheless, here’s just a few suggestions.

Roman Baths in Bath


Thermae Bath Spa

Britain’s only natural thermal spa, the perfect spot for some pampering!

The Royal Crescent and Number 1

World famous architecture and a fascinating glimpse of how the Georgians really lived.

The American Museum and Gardens

The only museum of American decorative and folk art outside the USA. Housed in a beautiful mansion and gardens.

Jane Austen Museum

The perfect starting point for exploring Jane Austen’s Bath

The Roman Baths

One of the finest historic sites in Northern Europe. Beautifully preserved and presented to fascinate all ages.

Theatre Royal Bath

Information on shows in the main house and the Ustinov Theatre.


National Trust Houses

Dyrham Park, Stourhead, Lacock Village, to name just a few – there are plenty more!


Unmissable and mysterious, this world famous site is within easy reach of all our properties.

Longleat Safari Park and House

Famous for its lions, tigers and monkeys, there is much more to see and do here than just the animals!

Bath Rugby

Almost a religion for some around here! Watch a game and enjoy the family atmosphere and top class sport.

Film Locations

Numerous films have been made here (e.g. Persuasion, Vanity Fair, parts of Harry Potter and lots more). Download a free Movie Map.

Pulteney Bridge, Bath

Welcome to Bath

With a population of around 88,000 Bath is the largest city in Somerset, located in England’s beautiful south-west around 11 miles south-east of Bristol and 95 miles west of London. Famous for its connections with Jane Austen, its stunning architecture, the Roman Baths and Thermae Bath Spa (Britain’s only natural thermal spa) amongst many other sights, Bath has enjoyed UNESCO World Heritage status since 1987.

The city has two universities (University of Bath and Bath Spa University), numerous museums and sporting clubs including Bath Rugby and an impressive list of festivals throughout the year.

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