Bath is a beautiful medevil town just outside of Bristol and only one hour away from London by train, making it the perfect place for day trips.
The old Victorian style English pubs and Georgian architecture, it really is hard not to fall in love with Bath.
The West Gate
My first stop in Bath had to be to find a traditional old Victorian pub and that is actaully what I found with this charming 17th century pub. As it was a Sunday, Sundays mean only one thing and that is a Sunday roast dinner. The food is mouth-watering and reasonably priced.
Tip – Get some cider! Some of the best cider in the world is produced in Somerset, think of Bulmers as one.
The famous high street in Bath, many people travel from afar to do their Christmas shopping and visit the Christmas markets.
One of the best Cathedrals in the UK, Bath Abbey is as exceptional on the inside as it is on the inside. Entry into the Cathedral is a small £2.50 donation, if you are in Bath it’s a must see.
Pulteney Bridge built in 1744, set on the River Avon. The most picturesque place in Bath it’s the perfect place to have a picnic in the nearby park or a drink in a beer garden. The park near by has an entrance fee of £1.50, there are also boat tours that depart from pulteney bridge for £9.
There is so much more to see and explore in Bath, here’s some so you don’t miss out.
- Roman baths – £15 entrance fee
- Thermae Bath spa – prices start from £18
- Sally Lunn’s
- Jane Austen museum £11
- The Pump Room