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Bath is a city full of history and culture and some of the most stunning Georgian architecture in England such as the Circus and Royal Crescent. It is most famous for its hot springs and thermal baths such as Thermae Day Spa, that have been popular since the Roman times and to this day are still the perfect way to relax. And with our help you can also find hundreds of Bath holiday apartments and cottages for your trip to the beautiful spa town of southwest England. Here at Hundredrooms, we understand that finding the perfect holiday accommodation is not always the easiest task. That is why we have taken the time to make sure that we can present you with the largest selection of Bath holiday lettings possible by searching across all of our partners to see what offers they have, and which best suits you and the needs of your trip.  Bath is equated with the tales of Jane Austen, who was often inspired by the city for her novels. Cultural arts are still very much thriving in this city - you can take a trip to the Theatre Royal during your stay in a nice holiday accommodation in Bath, and explore the various period restaurants, tearooms, and gastropubs. You will also find the greatest selection of traditional pubs and bars in this fantastic city, and there are many ways for you to enjoy Bath just as 18th century society once did. It has been awarded a UNESCO World Heritage Site status and is the perfect destination for a couple os days trip, particularly if you’re thinking of visiting the neighbouring city of Bristol, or travelling from London. Visit the beautiful city of Bath and its sacred spa identity, will be even better booking one of our cheap holiday rentals in Bath as a base to explore the stunning Somerset countryside alongside the Cotswolds which are not far away.

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Best places to stay

  • City centre: If you’re looking to be well located next to the hubs of arts, culture, history and gastronomy, you should consider finding Bath self catering accommodation in the city centre for your trip. It is the location of some of the oldest of sights and points of interest, including the Roman Baths, the Royal Crescent and so on.
  • Oldfield Park: This area is the perfect choice if you are looking for accommodation in Bath for families. There are also many offers of group accommodation here. It has a range of great charity shops and local cafes and small eating establishments.
  • Bear Flat: This is great if you want holiday accommodation close to the shopping district.
  • Widcombe: If you are looking for something a bit quieter, head to Widcombe which is located across the Halfpenny Footbridge on the other side of the river. There are many independent boutiques and places to eat.
  • Walcot: Considered to be the ‘hipster’ district of Bath with many alternative shops and cosy pubs. You will find a large number of Georgian houses for you to find your short-stay holiday let.

Roman Baths and other points of interest

  • Bath Abbey: As one of the most visited places of interest in the South West of England, you should certainly make the time to see this Benedictine wonder. It is the abbey church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, and has unique floor stones for you to marvel at. Founded in the 7th century, it has since been restored various times and is a Grade I listed building.
  • Pulteney Bridge: Architecturally, this is one of the most impressive bridges in England. It was built by Robert Adam in 1769 and is one of the most famous images in Bath. Originally a toll bridge, it is a great place for an evening walk from your short-stay flat.
  • Roman Baths: Dating back over 10,000 years, these baths are still fed by water from the hot springs underneath the city. They are the only ones in Britain, and are a must visit. The power of spa water dates back to the time of the Celts, who believed in their healing properties. You will be amazed at the wealth of Roman mosaics and artwork, and have been a popular cultural reference point ever since. They were restored by the Victorians who continued to use it at leisure.
  • Thermae Bath Spa: Fusing the old and the modern, is this Georgian surrounding which is used for hot spa water to this day.
  • Royal Crescent: One of the most iconic row of houses in Britain, this row of 30 terraced houses is built into a sweeping crescent and were designed by architect John Wood the Younger. They were built in the 18th century, and are one of the most wonderful examples of Georgian architecture. Many notable residents have lived here, and there are a number of plaques adorning them.
  • Circus: Designed by John Wood the Elder, these large townhouses are also built in Georgian design in a circular shape.

Typical dishes and gastronomy

In the South West of England, there are plenty of culinary delights to be enjoyed. Afternoon tea is one of the best options you can try during your stay in Bath. The best place for it has got to be at Bea’s Vintage Tea Rooms, where you can indulge in finger sandwiches, scones and cake. A Sunday lunch is also a clear favourite in the cuisine of South West England. Another popular option that you must try is a ‘Sally Lunn’. This brioche-esque pastry can be enjoyed in Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House.