If you are planning a romantic break for Valentines Day this year take a look at our top romantic ideas in the world heritage city of Bath.
Relax in Britain’s only natural thermal waters, as the Celts and Romans did over 2000 years ago in the Thermae Bath Spa’s rooftop pool. You can choose from a wide range of spa, health and beauty treatments.
Alternatively you can choose a luxury spa session at one of Bath’s most famous locations. The Spa at The Royal Crescent Hotel has recently reopened after a major refurbishments. Bath’s Royal Crescent luxury hotel and spa offers visitors the opportunity to experience the grace and elegance of Georgian grandeur alongside a level of service befitting the regal name.
Bath has a fantastic choice of accommodation including boutique and luxury B&B’s and Hotels. Treat yourself to a feature room, maybe a four poster bed. Many of Bath’s B&B are licensed so you can add some luxury extras like champagne and chocolates.
3. Take in the beautiful atmosphere and architecture of the City
The mayors guide offer a free walking tour to take in the sights and sounds of the Georgian splendour of the City. This informative and relaxed walk is the perfect way to get to know the city.
There’s no better way to spend an afternoon than to share an English High Tea with your loved one. For the ultimate traditional setting take tea at The Pump Rooms next to the Roman Baths or The Dower House Restaurant at the Royal Crescent.
5. Bath Abbey Tower
Take a view of the city from the top of the Abbey Tower. It is been suggested that this would be a great place to ask a certain question!
6. Spoil your loved one with a Romantic Dinner
With so many restaurants to choose from and almost every type of cuisine available in the city, you will definitely find the ideal restaurant for you and that special someone. Take a look at StayinBath.org’s Eating Out Guide.