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Local Accommodation around Bath

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Hotels

Parade Park Hotel

8-10 N Parade, Bath BA2 4AL, UK – 01225 463384

Great location and friendly service. Was a pleasure to be a part if an event in the location.

Quite expensive for what it is. Small rooms are very small ! but very good location.

Travelodge Bath Central Hotel

1, York Buildings, George St, Bath BA1 2EB, UK – 0871 984 6219

The room I was in was surprisingly big. Very clean. Shower had good stream. The corridors of the hotel really need to have a bit of attention the carpet is all warped and a tripping hazard and there a damp smell when you step out of lift but not in room. Staff friendly. Good location to all major attractions. No breakfast available unless you want it in a box which doesn't look like value for money but cafes just across the road.

Great Travel Lodge - well positioned in city centre although no parking. Good value for money

Harington's City Hotel and Apartments

8-10 Queen St, Bath BA1 1HE, UK – 01225 461728

Room wasn't quite ready when we arrived, but friendly, helpful staff and delicious breakfast. Nice quirky room, although the TV hinge doesn't do a good job of holding it in place. Brilliant location right in the centre of Bath.

Brilliant stay. Staff were polite, helpful and great with directions. The room was clean and well laid out. A good FULL ENGLISH breakfast is a must for a worthy stay for me and I am glad to say I was not disappointed.

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Pubs, Gastro Pubs and Bars

King William pub and private dining rooms

36 Thomas St, Bath BA1 5NN, UK – 01225 428096

The staff were very accommodating without a reservation on Easter Sunday. Only a set menu was available (not the bar menu) - we found the starters to be great, almost fine dining style and the roasts for main were the best roast dinners we have eaten out for a long time. (We are from London and have tried quite a few pub lunches!) The restaurant got busy from 2pm where service got less attentive hence 4 stars rather than 5. Great place for good food and good wine. £80 for 2 people - 2 courses and wine/coffee

Hello We came to the King William for dinner this evening. It was our wedding anniversary and although we are local we have never eaten there. We enjoyed our meal: my husband though the pork belly dish delicious, and I loved the black squid ink tagliatelle. The hake was good but rather small. However, we were not told about or offered the Bar Menu but only given the A La Carte menu.i. Typically we would probably have ordered a range of food from both menus and spent a similar amount had we been aware of a wider choice. My desert was no more than an assembly of banana, cold banana cake and mouse and as such was disappointing. A couple of portions of fat chips would have been better value and filled the gap left by the A La Carte menu. We would like to return and as we run a bed and breakfast and advise our guests on local eateries we will certainly not fail to inform them of the Bar Menu! Kind regards NH

Victoria Pub & Kitchen

Upper Bristol Rd, Bath BA1 3AT, UK – 01225 422563

Had a decent lime battered fish and chunky chips here. The batter was crispy and the fish well cooked although the flesh was a little too wet as was the mushy peas. And the tartar sauce a bit too vinegary. The chunky chips were tasty and fluffy inside. Service was friendly if a little slow but, then again they were busy with a bank holiday crowd of parents and kids.

Had a lovely relaxed meal with the kids on a Saturday evening. There is a children's menu served all day, service was friendly and efficient. Also good to find out that the same company who run this pub will be taking over the Rose & Crown in Larkhall, which will be my local.

The Chequers

50 Rivers St, Bath BA1 2QA, UK – 01225 360017

I cannot recommend this place enough, the food is simply delicious and the service is kind and attentive. The pace at which the plates are served is well measured and you never feel rushed or pressured to vacate the table. The size of the portions is fair, although some greedy ones out there may argue about its scarcity. For me, they are ideal as I like to experience the journey starter-main-dessert, particularly when trying a promising place for the first time. My girlfriend and me both had meat as a main (duck and venison) and they were flawless, the meat perfectly cooked. Hopefully next time we will be able to try their fish and experience the same delight. By the way, their veggie starter (beetroot) is excellent and the veggie main (artichoke) also remains in our waiting list. As dessert, we went for chocolate fondant and banana caramelised. I cannot really tell which one I prefer, as they are both delightful, not excessively sweet and surprisingly light. All in all, we had a fantastic experience and cannot wait to repeat on our next visit to Bath!

Fantastic service and really good food. Slightly expensive for a "pub" but not excessive.

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Bed & Breakfast Accommodation plus Guesthouses

Weston Lawn

Lucklands Road, Weston, Bath BA1 4AY, UK – 01225 421362

excellent place to stay

Stayed 4 nights here when visiting the west country. Great place to stay with great breakfast, either continental or full English. We stayed in the smaller Red room one night and the larger Garden Room three nights.

Beckford B&B in Bath

59 Upper Oldfield Park, Bath BA2 3LB, UK – 01225 310005

Bottom line: This is a lovely b&b. We received a warm welcome, and the house and room were beautiful. It was clean and comfortable, close to town if you enjoy a nice walk. My partner and I visited Beckford House over the Easter bank holiday weekend and we will certainly be repeating the journey if we can! The accommodation was beautifully presented and possessed everything you could want on a weekend break (including the foresight to provide you a corkscrew and glasses for bringing your own wine). The cooked breakfast was perfect comprised of all fresh ingredients from the local farmers market, including a delicious coffee and an extensive selection of preserves. Anthony was so welcoming and helpful, he offered us maps, suggestions for where to go and even offered to drive us up to a marvellous view point overlooking the city on our final day (as we were visiting on foot). We left feeling more like we'd been round visiting an old friend rather than leaving a business. Can't wait to return!

Three Abbey Green

3 Abbey Green, Bath BA1 1NW, UK – 01225 428558

My husband and I enjoyed our stay at Three Abbey Green. We stayed in the Lilliput Court room and were very pleased. The location was perfect for our quick visit to the area and we both loved the breakfast. Would definitely recommend!

Just a 7 minute walk from the station, thus B&B is in a great location in the center of the city. We visited during the Christmas market and it was literally just outside of the front door. The room was lovely, with a private bathroom and a very comfy bed. Breakfast was delicious, too and our hosts were very friendly. Highly recommended!

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Holiday Lets around Bath including Self Catering Accommodation, Holiday Cottages, Apartments and Houses

New Leaf Farm

Mill Ln, Bathampton, Bath BA2 6TS, UK – 01225 424333

Beautiful place, amazing location. Green spaces and lovely town close to Bath. Fantastic rooms, very clean and with a special attention to details. Everything you need to hand!

Very quiet and very scenic

Laura's Townhouse Apartments

10 Beauford Square, Bath BA1 1HJ, UK – 01225 464238

A really beautiful house and a lovely weekend had by all! Thank you! Highly recommended.

The Old Smithy Loft

7A Sydney Wharf, Bath BA2 4EF, UK – 07900 570037

Campsites and Caravan Parks

Bath Penn Hill CL Site

Bicknam, Penn Hill Road, Bath BA1 3RX, UK – 01225 421456

Stayed here a few times and love it. Always a warm welcome from the owners. Perfectly situated for visiting Bath. Cycle path, bus stop and cotswold way all nearby, and of course good pubs.

Great location and bath is a beautiful city

Bath Marina & Caravan Park

Brassmill Lane, Bath, Bath Somerset BA1 3JT, UK – 01225 424301

Quiet site, clean, friendly helpful staff. Well maintained facilities. Showers and toilets are warm, and clean. Bike hire on site. Position is 5mins walk from Bath Park and Ride and fares are £5.50 return for two adults and children are free. It is 13min walk from Electric Bear Brewing Co

A very good site with all the amenities one could wish for. Has a country feel although the city is near. Great dog walking close at hand. The Park and Ride bus couldn't be easier or more convenient. The Staff were very welcoming on arrival. All in all it is an excellent place to stay to visit Bath and I wish more cities would provide similar sites. I am at a loss to understand some of the negative reviews - we would certainly recommend this site.

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