Holidays are times to de-stress. Make your holidays in Bath beautiful, memorable, and hassle-free with the help of Seek South West. We can help with hotel, flight, restaurant, and tour bookings. While you are in Bath, we can also help make your daily transport arrangements. We can even inform you on the important items to bring on your trip and also help you make arrangements for attractions to see and fun things to do.
Before embarking on a trip to Bath, here are some tips to help you plan your visit.
Traveling on a bus from London to Bath will take you about 3 hours. If you do not mind a long ride, you can jump on a National Express coach. Call them on: 08705 808080. It costs about £11 per person.
If you are going with your own car or a rented vehicle, just keep driving west on the M4 to the junction where it connects with the A4 – turn west and continue towards Bath.
From Paddington, you can take the National train and arrive Bath within 1hour 30 minutes. With £16, you can book a seat in advance – on one of their coaches. Call 08457 484950 for more information.
From late May to Early June, the annual Bath International Music Festival takes place. For 15 days, the event attracts thousands of performers from around the world to this ancient city filled with beautiful Georgian architecture. Considered as one of Europe’s most prestigious festivals of its kind, it focuses on contemporary visual art, jazz and classical music from best artists, soloists and orchestra.
This festival isn’t just about music and art. There is also a line up of talks, tours, free street Club and entertainment, walks and a lot of fireworks on the opening night. Call the Bath Festival Box office on 01225 463362 for more information.
You can also look out for other events like the Great Bath Feast, the Wine Gang, Jane Austen festival, Bath Comedy festival and many more.
If you are looking for places you can visit with a pooch in tow, Bath offers a wide range. From the Cotswold Way, Royal Victoria Park and the Two Tunnels, to Kennet and Avon canal, National Trust Bath Skyline and even the American Museum, your pet is bound to enjoy the city as much as you will.
While planning your visit, you also need to take note of places that provide great British dishes and other continental meals. The Milsom Place and the Green Park Brasserie & Bar offer some of the finest wining and dining services in Bath.
Restaurants like Chequers, Marlborough Tavern, Hare & Hounds are not only great but pet-friendly as well.
You wouldn’t want to go off the grid during your stay in Bath. Therefore, you can access free Wi-Fi service when you visit places like the Bath Visitor Information Centre, Sally Lunns, The Assembly Rooms, the Bath Central Library and so many others.
If you have questions or you wish to make further enquiry, visit the Bath Tourist Information Centre in Abbey Chambers, Abbey Churchyard, Bath – or call: 090 6711-2000 (at 50 pence per minute) and 011-44-844-847-5257 for overseas callers.
The American Museum only accepts well behaved pets. Therefore ensure that yours is.
Call the information center to make enquiries about festival dates.
During the heat wave, the A4 road could be closed – but just for a few days. Always check the weather forecasts.
Contact us at Seek South West.Our friendly team in Bath is always ready to serve you.