To come to Bath is to take a step back in time to Quintessential England. Named after the Roman baths and natural hot springs, high society has been flocking to this refined city for centuries. You can visit one of the most famous Georgian properties, the Royal Crescent, built in the rich warmth of Bath stone. Yet, you might know Bath for its Roman Baths; spectacularly preserved, with over 2,000 years of history, you can walk in the footsteps of our predecessors. But Bath isn’t just for history buff’s; visit Bath’s rooftop thermal spa, indulge in some retail therapy or try a Bath bunn in Sally Lunn’s world-renowned tea house. This beautiful city is small enough to see in a day, but inspiring enough that it will remain large in your heart.
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We strongly suggest booking tickets to the Roman Bath in advance if you wish to visit.