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Bath, United Kingdom
Bath, The Cotswolds
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Price per night
March : £127
Price in January
Type of accommodation
2 Bedrooms, 79m²
Price per week
May : £119
A holiday rental in Bath is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Bath is £126.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Bath, you have to pay on average £883 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £831 and £889 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Bath are less expensive in May: £119 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 6% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 4% (£127 per night) in 03, which is the most expensive month to live in Bath.
On average, rentals in Bath can accommodate 4 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 79 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Bath is £159 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £1 113.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Bath costs on average £155, for Friday and Saturday nights.
56% of accommodation is still available for a stay in February. It will be necessary to pay on average £124 per night.
When searching for accommodation in Somerset, look no further than beautiful Bath for a weekend getaway, and explore the wonders of this ancient city. Browse places to stay on Likibu to find apartments in Bath and holiday rentals and find the perfect place to spend your holiday in this stunning Georgian city.
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The Cotswolds, South West England
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Since the Roman times, Bath has been a city of pleasure and relaxation. Treat yourself to an overnight stay in Bath whilst staying in a Georgian guesthouse or country cottage. From the wonderful markets in Bath's compact centre to the ancient Roman Baths, a trip to Bath is a trip for everyone. Perhaps come mid-week to avoid busy weekends and stay in a city apartment. Immerse yourself in the plethora of museums and galleries, music and theatre or sports and festivals in Bath.
With England the weather is never consistent. Best times to come for less rain and warmer temperatures is from May to October. If you would prefer to come in Christmas months then expect colder temperatures but a wonderful ambience in the city centre with lots of fairs and festivals.
Bath is located in the South West of England and has good travel connections. From London is easily reached in just 90 minutes by train and is a short drive when taking the M4 and M5. Bath Spa Railway Station is conveniently located in the heart of the city so is just a short walk from Bath's shops and main attractions.
If you plan on flying , which sometimes is the cheapest way, then Bath is just 19 miles away from Bristol Airport. Bristol is a wonderful city in itself, so if you are already visiting the area and would like to step back in time for the day, then Bath is only a 12 minute train ride from your holiday rental in Bristol. Similarly, if you are holidaying by the sea and would like to expand your horizons for a few hours, hop aboard the train for less than an hour from a quaint bed and breakfast in Weston-super-Mare and enjoy the many wonders that Bath has to offer.
Bath is a small city so the best way to explore it is on foot. Most of the attractions are within walking distance of each other and many streets are pedestrianised. If you are not up for walking, Bath offers an open-topped bus tour with a guide. Head to the tourist office, on Abbey Churchyard, for all information on transport options.
Pulteney Road area is located near the Sydney Gardens and Henrietta Park. Stay near these beautiful green gardens and follow in the footsteps of Jane Austen. Stay in a cosy bed and breakfast through our trusted partner Airbnb or perhaps a family cottage. This area is just a story walk away to the major attractions via Pulteney Bridge like the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey and Victoria Art Gallery.
Book a Georgian townhouse or city apartment to stay in the historic area of Bath. Book accommodation in this area to overlook the river just north of the Pulteney Bridge and Victoria Art Gallery. Find family rooms in well-maintained Victorian mansions to embrace the feel of Bath's architectural history. This area is just steps away from Westgate Street shopping, the Herschel Museum of Astronomy, the Bath Abbey and train station.
Based in the heart of the city is the Thermae Bath Spa. This is a natural spa where you can bathe in Britain's only naturally warm, mineral-rich waters and do as the Celts and Romans did over 2,000 years ago. By day or by night you can relax in the indoor Minerva bath or the open-air rooftop pool. If you feel like indulging in this luxury a little further, the Bath Spa offers a choice of spa sessions and treatments as well as a café restaurant.
The museum is located in a beautiful Grade 1 listed grand Georgian house, originally designed as a hotel. It houses a collection of fine and decorative art from Renaissance treasures to masterpieces by Gainsborough. It is almost worth visiting just to see the sparkling crystal chandeliers and its rich interiors. It also holds the impressive collections of Sir William Holburne, where the Museum gets its name from.
See beyond the Palladian façade in No.1 and see what life was like for the rich in the C18th. Each room has been redesigned to what it would have looked like in the age of the aristocracy and their servants. Explore the house including the original kitchen and scullery and Servants' quarters to gain a true insight into the life for the wealthy and poor in the eighteenth-century.
For a great 360 views of Bath, ascend 212 steps to the top of the Bath Abbey Tower. Although the climb may be tough for some, the views are breath-taking, and you will pass the ringing chamber as well as sit behind the clock face on your way up.
Outside of the city centre, go for a walk along the Bath Skyline Footpath. Famed for its wild flowers and elevated views, enjoy extensive views over Bath and the Blackdown Hills on this 6-mile walk. In the summer take a picnic and in autumn, a kite for it is the perfect place to escape from city life and to explore the countryside surrounding Bath.