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2 Abbeygate St, Bath BA1 1NP, UK – 01225 562230
Very helpful staff and the only place in Bath stocking Gel Fuel for Trangias
An ideal place for general outdoor equipment
6 Abbeygate St, Bath BA1 1NP, UK – 01225 436678
Very attentive staff, great shop for mid level camping, hiking, wet weather gear. Does student discount!
Only popped in on an off chance just before Christmas... Managed to find what I wanted and thanks to the helpful staff secured a great deal (cheaper than online sellers). Would definitely visit again.
30 Southgate St, Bath BA1 1TP, UK – 01225 460200
Very helpful and friendly staff. Have used for camping and backpacking trips - staff are very knowledgeable
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Brassmill Lane, Bath, Bath Somerset BA1 3JT, UK – 01225 424301
Just what you need for a secure hard pitch (long) walking distance from the centre. Good clean facilities. Close pitches but it's made for visiting the city, not relaxing outside your van. But that's fine, the neighbours we had were friendly.
Pitch sizes vary greatly but the wardens were very helpful in finding the right sized pitch. The hard standings are concrete and in some instances this means that most of the pitch is concrete. This can of course be good or bad depending on what you want. The site is very popular with visitors from the continent and motor homes with many only staying for a night or two. It is right by the tow path and you can walk or cycle right in to bath with cycle hire available on 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
Bathwick Hill, Bath BA2 6LA, UK – 0345 371 9303
I was there with a group of 55 of my students (aged 15). We found the facilities clean, even if for some of our students not having a bathroom/shower in their room was an inconvenience (only a few rooms were ensuite). The staff, especially the kitchen staff with whom we had the most contact, was very nice. There are two dining rooms but for our group we had to use both because neither of them is big enough to accommodate the whole group. This meant that other guest eating at the same time couldn't find a quiet place to eat (it's impossible for 55 teenagers to eat in silence). Would recommend for a group as long as they are ready for the steep climb to get there as there's no coach park in the vicinity. We had a student in a wheelchair and that climb from the city centre was a challenge for people pushing her, good thing there are buses!
Went here for a night as I was traveling through the UK. They don't have parking so I had to park on the street. But the location is beautiful. The room was as you expected of a youth hostel, 4 beds clean duvet and pillows. They had a good kitchen where we could make our own food and the lounge room was with books, games and a t.v. overall it was lovely to stay here with the service I expected.