Hotels in Bath
With its many historical buildings, Bath is known as a beautiful place to stay and its location on the edge of the Cotswolds makes it the perfect setting for any short break and last minute getaway.
Depending on what you want to see, there are many places to walk and routes to take through this beautiful city.
There is an abundance of listed buildings and great examples of architecture in the city, so much so that the city has been named a UESCO world heritage site.
Many foods have links to the city like: Sally Lunn’s buns, Bath buns, Bath Chap, Bath Olivers and Bath Ales.
The city is the birthplace of many famous people like Anthony Head and Russell Howard and John Cleese has a house in Bath.
1.5 miles from Bath Abbey is the Bath Priory Hotel and Restaurant. This hotel is set in 4 acres of land and features an award winning restaurant and spa. All its bedrooms feature period furniture and en suite bathrooms with designer toiletries. Its restaurant under the direction of TV chef Michel Caines serves fine wines and has a modern British menu serving local produce.
The Royal Hotel in Bath was designed by Brunel and is currently privately owned. It maintains its rooms to a very high standard and a stylish lounge bar has been added to the ground floor.
If you don’t have the budget to stretch to a luxury hotel, Bath has a fantastic selection of budget hotels, for anyone wishing to stay in Bath on a tight budget, the cheapest stays are often found at the Travelodge Beckington and the Portcullis Inn (10 miles out of bath). The Portcullis Inn is an ivy clad stone building in Tormarton.
If your visiting Bath, and want to make sure you get the best hotel deal, then the first stop for online hotel booking should always be Infotel, book in advance or find laterooms deals everyday on the travel site..