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The Romans established Bath in the year 43 AD and this city, awash with fabulous architecture, history and culture, has been welcoming travellers ever since. Many of Bath's great buildings date back from its renaissance in the 18th century when it again became a fashionable spa town and played host to royalty and the cream of aristocracy, who famously visited the city to 'take the waters'. Today visitors can walk around the old Roman Baths, enjoy the splendour of Bath Abbey or simply take in the breathtaking Georgian architecture of this beautiful city, which somehow managed to escape the ravages of industry and the Luftwaffe.

Jane Austen lived and based several of her books in Bath, and on Gay Street, near her home, visitors can find the Jane Austen Centre, which allows visitors to immerse themselves in her life and times. For an authentic feel of life gone by, period decorations and furniture have been reinstated in No1 Royal Crescent, so that the house appears as it did in its days as a fine 18th-century townhouse.

Bath is home to much older attractions than its Elizabethan assets, however, including the famous ancient Roman baths, situated over natural hot springs. Bath was a prosperous tourist destination as early as its Roman occupation, when the baths were built, and continued its reputation as a therapeutic health resort through the medieval period.

Though architecturally Bath is something of a period piece, it is also a very modern city. Its restaurants and pavement cafés are packed full of local businessmen and artisans, and its cinemas, pubs, and nightclubs keep its residents entertained each evening. Bath's answer to Camden Market is Walcot Street, where a bohemian street market takes place each weekend; and its parks and gardens are popular places to relax and enjoy pleasant weather.

The International Music Festival marks the beginning of summer and adds to Bath's lively, festive atmosphere, and its Theatre Royal is one of the country's leading provincial theatres, attracting big names and pre-West End show runs.

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The Travelodge Bath Waterside hotel sits right in the heart of the historic city and is ideally placed for exploring the Roman Baths, the Jane Austen Centre and Alexandra Park. Whats more, with Bath Railway Station just 1 mile away and the M4 only 13..
The BEST WESTERN Abbey Hotel is a privately-owned hotel in one of the best locations in Bath. Situated in North Parade, close to Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge, The Pump Rooms and the main shopping centre, it's the perfect base for exploring this glorious..
Facilities and services include a restaurant, bar, elevator, wireless Internet acess and 24-hour reception. Rooms feature heating, TV, telephone, hairdryer and wireless Internet. Address: North Parade, BA1 1LF Bath, United Kingdom.
Best Western Centurion Hotel is a privately owned and run by the Jones family who have a hundred years of hospitality experience under their belts, the hotel combines professional service with a warm, relaxed environment. Amenities: 24 Hour Check-In,..
Beautifully situated amidst 5 acres of landscaped gardens in the picturesque town of Bath, this delightful hotel enjoys a stunning setting. Overlooking the breath-taking Wiltshire Downs, the hotel provides the perfect setting for travellers who are looking..
Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel is a Georgian country house set in three acres of private gardens on the outskirts of Bath in a delightful village setting. This 3 Star Hotel is an ideal place for both business and leisure travelers alike. Amenities:..
BEST WESTERN Centurion Hotel, renowned for its relaxed and friendly environment, is conveniently situated between Bath and Wells. It's therefore an ideal place to base yourself when exploring the West Country! For families, Longleat Safari Park is a thrill..
A well located property appointed to a high standard in its category with welcoming and freindly staff and a hotel with an extensive Car Park. (KB 03/08)
This modern and friendly hotel is within easy walking distance (just one mile) from the historic city centre of bath and all of its famous attractions. The 126 en-suite bedrooms have flat screen tv, wifi and tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel..
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