Everyone likes a bargain, which is why we have collected up all the special offers going on in the city so, not only do you get to enjoy one of Britain’s most popular spa towns, with its range of events and amazing heritage sites, but you will be able to save money while doing it.
Staying in Bath need not break the bank. There are hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, Guest Houses and self-catering properties in Bath with enticing special offers, bargains and deals including money off, 2 for 1 deals, free stays. Even better, booking a stay with one of our accommodation providers means you will have access to the Bath Reward Card which will give you further discounts in the city’s top attractions, restaurants and shops.
There are special offers on Bath accommodation all year round but particularly during off-peak times and outside school holidays. During the quieter times, you will find deals and value-added bargains. If you have children and are confined to holidaying during the school holidays, you will still find special offers and deals at Bath’s guest houses and hotels specifically for families. You should also take a look at the list of self-catering properties, as these are owned and rented out by individual families. You will find that they do offer last minute deals and mid-week offers that won’t break the bank. Seasonal offers are popular in Bath – you will find hotels offering deals over Mother’s Day, Easter, Valentine’s Day and at seasonal times. Anyone visiting during the Christmas Market will also find that there are Christmas deals and offers available, so you get the most out of your stay.
Once you have found somewhere to stay, you will want to look out for special offers on the local attractions and restaurants. Many of the eateries in Southgate and the shopping areas are high street chains that regularly offer special deals on their menus, especially during seasonal events. Using the Bath Reward Card will allow you to access a whole host of special prices. Visitors to the city will be able to see more attractions during their stay. Outside the city, places like Longleat will offer returning visitors cheaper ticket options. Organisations such as the National Trust which has several sites in Bath also offer subscriptions and loyalty cards which allow members to have cheaper admittance fees. It is also worth checking whether supermarket loyalty schemes feature any attractions in the area, so you can gain free tickets or reduced prices by swapping points accrued simply by doing your weekly shop.
One of the best ways to grab a bargain on an attraction either in the city centre or nearby is to book online in advance. Many attractions offer money off tickets if you book online before you visit. Some will also have special events which grant cheaper entry, particularly during the school holidays so keep an eye out for any of those.
It is worth noting that many of the museums in Bath have free entry and you are only required to pay for entry into certain exhibits.
When you arrive at your accommodation, speak to the team checking you in as some properties have arrangements with nearby attractions and restaurants to achieve the best deals for you. They will also be able to advise on the best places to go and if there are any deals or offers you can access.