Bath accommodations are, unfortunately, usually not what you would call cheap. Most hotels in Bath have quite high prices, although they often do offer exclusive services, tours, excursions, dinners, and endless possibilities for visiting guests. If you have a large budget, this may be the stay of your dreams as there are several luxury Bath hotels all the amenities you could ask for at your fingertips.
But if you're wondering where to stay in Bath without breaking the bank, have a look at the hostels and guesthouses, which are the cheapest options for lodging in Bath. Be sure to look early for various Bath hotel deals, because even these places aren't as cheap as the equivalents that you might find in other British cities. Prices are generally higher in the summer and lower in the winter.
If you're traveling around the country, keep in mind that Bath is 156 km west of London and also close Bristol. To find the best places to stay in Bath, just enter the dates of your stay into minube. You can easily compare the prices offered by a wide range of Bath lodging establishments then, when you've made up your mind, book your dream room with just one click!
Staying at the Royal Crescent Hotel must be like walking into the pages of an English novel from several centuries ago. When you arrive at The Royal Crescent Hotel, you are amazed by the magnificent architecture which is preserved from the XVIII century. The Royal Crescent is a curious crescent. The hotel has 31 single rooms, 14 suites, an exclusive spa and restaurant. Each room has been decorated, recreating period details such as authentic 18th century carpets, furniture, and an outstanding collection of paintings by masters. The suites are named after historical personalities, such as Ralph Allen, William Beckford, Duke of York, Sir Percy Blakeney, Jane Austen and Sir Thomas Gainsborough.
Planning our visit to Bath we realized that if we wanted to spend the night there it was going to cost a fortune. As we did not want to miss the city or that we would have to sleep nearby, we started looking around hotels. Radstock is about 15 minutes drive from the center of Bath, it is a small town without much to offer tourists except somewhere to rest at the end of the day, but it has the advantage that there is the Radstock Hotel, which meets all the ideas one has in mind about the typical English b & b : a charming owner, pub, carpeting, a tea making facilites in the room ... Personally I left charmed by the experience although we only stayed one night and would have liked to spend some more. The rooms are very spacious, new and modern but still traditional, with a good television. Breakfast is impeccable, prepared by the same lady who makes sure everything is to your liking. Highly recommended.
Brooks Guesthouse is only a 10-minute walk from the center of the City. It's very nice and all the rooms have in-suite bathrooms. It's apparently not a very sought-after place, but I'm not sure why because it was simple and clean. The breakfast is really good and it's served in the cellar near the kitchen which, again, was as clean and pleasant as could be. The prices are average for the area, but a bit higher than we're accustomed to paying at hostels. Just a few steps from the Royal Crescent.
Bailbrook Lodge is a Georgian mansion designed by architect John Everleigh and in one of the most beautiful areas in Great Britain. The 12 tastefully decorated rooms come with TVs, as well as, coffee and tea service. There are six rooms which overlook the garden and the magnificent Avon Valley. Guests can have dinner in the dining room and then relax in the lounge.
The Eagle At Bathford house is in Bath, and is an old building dating back to 1750 and now looks completely refurbished interior for passengers visiting the city. Fully refurbished interior features, while still maintaining its essence and style. From here you can easily visit the main attractions of the city.
The Queensberry Hotel is nestled in a terraced house, in the center of Bath, near The Circus and other tourist attractions like the Pulteney Bridge. The Queensberry modern décor mixed with historic architecture and features a peaceful garden outside and a restaurant inside a food catering service which offers customers the best tasting of typical local dishes. In addition, Bath Bus Station is located just a few minutes from the accommodation.
This hotel has an excellent location, with some of the best views of the nature in the United Kingdom. Hotel Bath Priory Hotel is a Victorian house where the quiet atmosphere is perfect for relaxation. It is luxurious and comfortable, with large beds that you never want to leave. A few minutes drive away from the city center of Bath Pulteney Bridge and the River Avon. The Bath Priory Hotel Hotel has a lovely dining room, a conservatory, large terraces, a delicate fountain and a croquet lawn. Also offers guests free WiFi and free parking.
In the center of the old town of Bath you can find the Saco Bath Apartments. The apartments are decorated in contemporary Italian style. In the kitchen you will find everything you need. You will also have: dining room, bedroom with king size bed and a bathroom with tub. Common areas, you will have DVD library with books, meeting rooms and 24 hours reception. If you want to learn about the history of Bath, the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey are within 5 minutes walk. The Abbey Square is 205 meters away and the Bath Spa station and between, are 306 meters away.
Located in southern Britain, in the small town of Bath, is the Hotel Dorian House, just a few minutes drive from the city of Bristol. The hotel offers elegant and comfortable rooms, in an atmosphere that invites relaxation and with wonderful panoramic views over the Royal Crescent and landscaped gardens. All rooms at Dorian House are equipped with flat screen TV with DVD player, iPod docking station, free Wi-Fi internet access and private bathrooms. A luxurious place to stay.
Quiet hotel surrounded by gardens and nature. Typical and elegant with stately vintage décor. Known for its distinguished service and wonderful facilities. A place you will not want to leave. Just 2 miles from the Museum of Fashion and Pulteney Bridge or Abbey Square it is secluded to ensure total relaxation. Its large gardens allow walks and afternoon readings. The views from the hotel and its decor are worthy of admiration. The rooms have some details that will captivate you and your comfort is guaranteed. It has large lounges where you can sit for many hours to chat or relax. The Bath Priory Hotel & Restaurant has a restaurant with a great reputation and a menu full of top quality and exquisite dishes. The hotel staff is very professional and dedicated to you during your vacation and will not miss anything. A luxury place near the center. Some of the extras include a swimming pool, sauna and treatments.
From the entrance you have the feeling of traveling back in time. A Georgian house close to the Roman baths and spa center. You can walk from the Kennard Hotel to Pulteney Bridge, Bath center, the bus station and the famous Abbey Square. The rooms are decorated in a modern way and are spacious, bright and very comfortable. The living room has some chairs to sit and chat or relax in a cozy atmosphere. The hotel restaurant has an original kitchen and the dining and table decoration are exclusive (tables are decorated with Venetian chandeliers and fine linen tablecloths so it's the perfect breakfast setting). They serve fresh juices, toast, pastries, fresh fruit and cereals.
At only about 15-20 minutes walk from the center of the charming town of Bath,is Bloomfield House Hotel, a hotel complex of Georgian design and family-run. It offers great quality, friendly service, bright and elegant rooms with satellite TV, free Wi-Fi internet access and private bathrooms completely equipped. In addition, the hotel is within walking distance of many attractions such as the Prior Park and Abbey Square, and just 1 km from Bath bus station.
The Pratts Hotel (Bath - England - Great Britain) is in the historic downtown of Bath, an ideal location for guests who want to explore this magical Georgian city center. This hotel is part of the Forestdale Hotel Group and has 46 individually designed rooms equipped with all modern amenities. The restaurant offers classic and traditional dishes and vegetarian dishes.
The Park is in Bath, England within Great Britain. This Hotel occupies a unique Jacobean house in a green area. It is surrounded by outstanding natural beauty and is the perfect setting for two fantastic golf courses. There are nearly 100 acres of parkland, with trees over 400 years old. It offers a wonderful setting with large trees, streams, lakes and modern greens designed according to USGA specifications.