Holiday rentals in Bath, England
Bath is one of the most beautiful and historic cities in the United Kingdom, and is a wonderful place to visit. The historic city boasts a rich mixture of Roman and Georgian architecture alongside numerous modern day attractions. For those who are planning to visit the area in the south west, staying in one of the lovely Bath holiday rentals is a great way of making the stay even more special.
Bath is famous for being home to some of the greatest Roman Baths in the county, and a trip here is always worthwhile. The Royal Crescent, a row of 30 magnificent terraced houses in Georgian style, is a breath-taking sight. Bath is situated on a hill and the Royal Crescent is at the top, so once you have sampled the various shops and cafés in the centre, make your way up the hill and this sight is your reward. The Royal Crescent is part of Victoria Park, which is picturesque park with a botanical garden, lake and park – the perfect place to take a walk or have a picnic under a tree. It is made up of 57 acres and also has a band stand and if you go further you can reach the golf course. When you visit the city of Bath you can’t miss out on Bath Abbey, which is open to the public to visit and holds regular services. Christmas is really the best time to visit here, as there is also the Christmas Market which is held around the Abbey and the University choirs hold a concert. City breaks in Bath are a must to experience the diversity of the UK.
Culture on city break to Bath and stunning views
If you get peckish whilst shopping in Bath, the Bath Pump Rooms in the centre offers an authentic English afternoon tea experience for you! Nearby there is also fudge factory where you can choose the fudge you want and it is made right in front of you! Visit the Royal Bath Theatre and watch a show from one of the old-style balconies, or why not visit the Jane Austen museum- where you can even dress up! If you want to try something a bit different, then why not go on a boat trip or hire a rowing boat to travel down the River Avon or take a ride in one of the many hot air balloons that travel over Bath?
Architecture is one of the highlights of this city. Bath is famous for its Royal Crescent, a row of 30 magnificent terraced houses in Georgian style. The Royal Crescent is part of Victoria Park, which is picturesque and a perfect place to go for a romantic walk with your partner. It’s 57 acres and also has an adorable band stand, a lake, a playpark and a botanical garden with an array of different trees and flowers. There is also the well-known Bath Abbey, which is open to the public to visit and holds regular services. The beautiful stained-glass windows and architecture are a must see and will surely impress you and your partner.
Explore culture and art or set out on an romantic adventure
A very important part of your romantic getaway is finding a fantastic view. Because of Bath’s fantastic rural location, you are able to find romantic views for watching the sunset with your partner. Possible locations are the Beckford’s tower, the Hare & Hounds pub or the Bath skyline. If you want to be in the heart of the city whilst enjoying the view whilst also in a romantic setting, then Bath Thermae spa is the place to go. Here you are able to lie in the rooftop pool with your partner amongst the spires and roofs in the heart of the city. There is also a look out point from which you can stand with your partner and see the whole of Bath.
If you’re lucky enough to be in Bath at Christmas time, then you can enjoy Bath’s fantastic Christmas market – one of the most romantic places around. With Christmas smells and tastes all around you, you won’t be able to help feeling loved up when walking around one of the best Christmas markets in England.