Bath Self Catering
Built in 1795, the Pump Room is one of the most elegant and historical buildings in the country, and today after more than 300 years people still come together to celebrate in this unique venue.
The Jane Austen Centre is in the heart of the Georgian city of Bath, between the architectural attractions of Queen Square and the Circus, and just a short stroll from Bath Abbey, the Assembly Rooms and the Roman Baths. Come and meet their costumed ‘character’ guides, and enjoy being shown Bath’s fascinating history and its associations with Jane Austen and her family.
Famed for its hot springs, Bath houses the best preserved Roman Spa from the ancient world. Delve into the history of this magical monument and admire its architecture and engineering.
uses the naturally warm, mineral-rich waters which the Celts and Romans enjoyed over 2000 years ago, Thermae Bath Spa, Bath, Somerset is Britain’s original and only natural thermal Spa.
This spectacular venue has the largest Georgian interior in Bath and is opulently furnished with Whitefriars crystal chandeliers and paintings by Gainsborough and Hoare.
Around and About Bath is a revolutionary tour company based in Bath, that is transforming the concept of what a local tour or dining experience.
The American Museum takes you on a journey through the history of America, from its early settlers to the twentieth century.
A pasta making class with Federico Uliana at the Pasta Laboratory in Bath might just teach you more about Italian tradition and culture than a guided walk around the ancient Roman Baths.
Your eyes will arrive at Bath’s independent record and houseplant store, Chapter 22, long before you do, when they become transfixed on the stunning display of houseplants that come flowing out of its front door. The colourful cacti and beautiful button ferns brighten up the entirety of Broad Street and entice even the least curious of souls to poke their nose in.
Opened in 1900, the Victoria Art Gallery boasts an outstanding collection of paintings, sculptures and decorative arts. The gallery is located in the centre of Bath, near the famous Pulteney Bridge. Entry to the permanent exhibitions is free.