Why Choose Bath in Somerset - Why Stay here ?
With more than 88,000 residents, Bath is a prominent city located in Somerset, England. Situated only 97 miles (156 km) from London and 13 miles (21 km) from Bristol, this city has what it takes to be catalogued as a must-see. Throughout the prosperous Georgian Era, Bath was brought back to life as a first-class spa town.
The architectonic jewels from that period of time have been nicely preserved and now Bath takes pride in its landmarks carved in Bath stone (a honey-coloured oolitic limestone). Its spectacular architectural developments, including the Royal Crescent, Lansdown Crescent, Pulteney Bridge and The Circus, turned Bath into an extremely fashionable city by the end of the 18th century.
Bath counts no less than 5 theatres, as well as various museums, antique shops and trendy art galleries. In 1987, Bath became a popular World Heritage Site. Due to its virtually endless list of natural and man-made beauties, including theatres, sporting venues and museums, Bath attracts almost 4 million day tourists on an annual basis. Bath also displays a good selection of accommodation options with family rooms, built in the city centre.
Some of them surround the university and ensure excellent views. The University of Bath is another top attraction that received the "Best Campus University in Britain" in the 2014 university guide introduced by The Times.
The city's first class restaurants are also some of the best in the region, offering everything from a traditional Georgian feel to a contemporary city centre establishment. It is also surrounded by numerous walks, cycleways, the canal, the river and beautiful countryside.
With Bath as a peaceful base, you could also explore the attractions of the South West, including Stonehenge, Cheddar Gorge, Salisbury Cathedral, Castle Combe and the Cotswolds. Reasonably priced B&B's and Guest Houses can be found all over the city, some are set in Georgian period townhouses. The city’s shops, museums and restaurants are within easy walking distance, as are the Roman Baths and the Abbey.
Where should you stay for a holiday in or near the city center ?
No matter what may bring you to Bath, here you will be able to explore a great diversity of cheap B&Bs located in the city centre that are incredibly convenient and absolutely flawless from all points of view. For instance, Henrietta House is a superb townhouse from the Georgian period, located in the heart of the city. It is tastefully decorated, clean and cosy and provides free Wi-Fi Internet.
Located just 2 miles from the heart of Bath, Beech Cottage B&B ensures great food, stimulates even better conversations and allows guests to contemplate woodland surroundings. Comprising a fitness centre and a nice terrace, this is the UK-based corner of heaven that you can actually afford to rent. Situated only 1 mile from the city centre, One Three Nine gives you access to one of the many individually styled, elegant rooms for rent located on Wells Road. Free car parking and free internet are a part of the deal that will make your stay a whole lot more enjoyable.
Want to taste a lovely meal in great company in a spacious, modern dining room overlooking this magical city? If that’s the case, you may want to book a room at the Oldfields House, a cute guesthouse famous for its ideal location. Just 15 miles from this city’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, Oldfields House is considered excellent choice by most tourists who are interested in finding cheap B&Bs in Bath, Somerset.
Bailbrook Lodge makes it easier for you to explore Bath by bus. On top of that, this building is one of the most sought-after bed and breakfast facilities ensuring free parking and free internet. At the end of the day, it’s fair to say that there are at least a dozen fabulous guest houses in this region that you should take into consideration. By conducting a little bit of research you’ll manage to spot the one that actually addresses all your needs and demands.