<h1>BATH HOLIDAYS</h1> holiday cottages


Roman baths, stunning architecture and shopping

Visit Bath

A holiday to the elegant regent city of Bath is full of wonders and splendour. Whether you’re visiting to take in historical architecture, including Roman baths which date back 2,000 years, want to enjoy a spot of shopping or visit one of the many attractions, such as the Fashion Museum, there’s something for everyone. Enjoy a stay in one of our charming accommodation choices in the city, including cottages, B&Bs and hotels.

Bath Cottages

A holiday to Bath will leave you relaxed and refreshed - but a stay in one of our self-catering holiday cottages, including houses made from Bath stone, will have you never wanting to leave.

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Somerset Cottages

Scattered with incredible cities, stunning coastal towns and splendid hideaways in the hills, our Somerset holiday cottages are sure to have you head over heels in love with the county.

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Top Christmas markets in Somerset

As the festive season approaches, Christmas markets make a comeback to several towns around the county. In addition to normal seasonal treats offered at these popular markets, there are lots of special trinkets, local produce and gifts available to give you some inspiration for a range of Christmas presents and your all-important festive dinner.

The Somerset beach guide

Somerset boasts a diverse coastline which encompasses dramatic cliffs on the moors, traditional seaside resorts, picturesque harbours and quieter bays. From Clevedon in the North to Porlock Weir in the West, there’s a whole wealth of fantastic beaches to discover. If you’re looking for a holiday beside the Somerset coast, then read our handy guide to help you decide where will suit your needs best.

A remarkable city

One of the most beautiful cities in the UK, Bath is full of remarkable architecture which makes use of the characteristic Bath stone, quarried from the local area. The Royal Crescent sits as a statement to beautiful architecture on the hillside, and The Circus, designed by John Wood the Elder, is a masterpiece of architectural design. Bath Abbey is another part of the city that attracts many people due to its sheer beauty, while the 18th century Pulteney Bridge is another landmark, lined with lovely boutique shops.

The Roman Baths, including Thermae Bath Spa, Britain's only natural thermal spa, are a favourite attraction for a number of visitors each year. The baths draw in large crowds who enjoy the benefits of the naturally heated water, with the spring that heats the waters being first discovered in 836BC.

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