A guide to a weekend in Bath

Bath is one of the prettiest cities to spend a weekend,  And at less than two hours from london by train. A weekend in bath has become a popular destination in the U.K.

A weekend in bath

What to see in Bath

Thermae Bath Spa



Britain’s only natural thermal waters, the silky warm water of the rooftop pool is incredible. The thermal water in all four baths at Thermae is the optimum bathing temperature of approximately 33.5°C (92°F  containing over 42 separate minerals. Head inside Spa to discover a further indoor pool and Wellness suite. Boasting Georgian steam rooms, an ice hamper, an infrared sauna and a roman steam room (how fitting).


Bath Abbey

Bath abbey

A visit to Bath would not be complete without stopping by A place of Christian worship for over 1,000 years, the building boasts a rich history – the first King of all England being crowned here in 973. 

Bath abbey

Jane Austen

Visit The Jane Austen Centre to delve into the life of Britain’s favourite author. Jane Austen was an English novelist known primarily for her six major novels, Exhibits and costumed characters tell the story of Austen’s time spent living here in Bath between 1801 and 1806 and the impact it had on her work.

The Roman Baths

One of the main highlights of Bath is, without a doubt, the Roman Baths. A stone’s throw away from Bath Abbey, Located in the heart of the city. Before starting our self-guided tour of the baths, we each received an audio handset, which was our guide to transport us back 2,000 years as we explored the baths. I absolutely love audio tours, it just takes you back in time to really get a true feeling of a place. And what it was like back then.

Places to eat

Bath is full of amazing places to eat, one of my favourite’s The ivy. Boasting its usual fabulous menu. Located amongst the high street shops on milsom street it also has a outside terrace available too book.

The ivy

Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House

Bath’s oldest house! Yes this place dates back to 1482, and is the place to try Bath’s famous buns. Her brioche style buns are world famous and these days you can have them sweet (with cinnamon butter, lemon curd or chocolate) or savoury (with toppings such as bacon, salmon, cheese, mushrooms and more!) Booking is best I f it’s around lunchtime, or be prepared to wait – this place is on everybody’s hit lists!

Green bird cafe

Perfectly located between the Royal Crescent & the Circus, this little cafe has a ever changing menu with its food sourced locally. The Bespoke breakfast is a popular choice & a perfect start to the day by building your own dish. Choose from fried, poached or scrambled free range eggs then simply select your favourite toppings from; roasted chorizo, avocado, crispy bacon, pan fried cherry tomatoes, morcilla or smoked salmon.

Green bird cafe


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