Despite recent news reports on the flooding in Somerset, would like to reassure you that The World Heritage City of Bath is unaffected by the weather and ready to welcome visitors.

Getting to Bath

The M4 has recently fully reopened after a multimillion pound improvement scheme and all motorways and major ‘A’ roads in the area are unaffected by flooding. To help you plan your journey take a look at the AA Traffic News.

Although there are a few issues affecting trains from London Paddington, Devon and Cornwall there is generally a good service to and from Bath Spa station with train to Bristol Temple Meads up to every 15 minutes. Please check with First Great Western Trains for the status on train services to Bath

Attractions & Things to Do

ROMAN BATHS BATHYou can stay dry inside as Bath is host to some world class Museums and Galleries. Explore the ancient Roman Baths and walk where the Roman did almost 2000 year ago. The Roman Baths has recently been recognised by VisitEngland as being one of the top large attractions in the country.  Discover the real working of a Georgian household at No1 Royal Crescent. No1 is a real upstairs downstairs affair, you can explore the Lady’s Bedroom, Formal Dining Room as well as the servant’s hall and the scullery.

You can relax in the Thermae Bath Spa, bathe in the naturally warm, mineral-rich waters, as the Celts & Romans did over 2000 years ago. When you stay with one of our accommodation members you can enjoy 3 hour for the price of 2 (Monday to Friday).

There are also a number of FREE attractions such as the Holburne Museum and the Majors Guide offer a free walking tour daily. Bath’s Theatre Royal is adored by actors and theatre goers alike and offers a diverse range of performances to suit everyone’s taste. Bath has so much to offer, a short break is not long enough to see them all.

Eating Out

The choice of restaurants, pubs, bistros and brasseries is second to none in Bath, from Moroccan to Thai, American to French and a good mix of English cuisine you can be guaranteed to find the place for you. If you need some inspiration take a look at our eating out guide.

Somewhere to Stay offers a wide choice of accommodation including B&B’s, Hotels, Guest Houses and Self Catering Apartments and Cottages. All offer fantastic value, local knowledge and advice, friendly hosts, a FREE Bath discount card as well as comfortable well equipped accommodation, take a look and see what’s on offer.