Bath & Wiltshire
Steeped in history and contemporary culture, experience the historical spa city of Bath or relax in the Wiltshire countryside on one of our walking holidays or short breaks.
Did you know...
- Bath was home to the literary legend, Jane Austen and you can explore some of her favourite places and birthplace on a local walking tour
- Bath hosted the first ever farmer's market in 1987 and still hosts a few each month
- The Saracen's Head, one of the oldest pubs in England was visited by Charles Dickens and is still there should you fancy a drink
The best places to visit in Bath & Wiltshire include:
- The ancient Roman Baths: Don't forget to go on a full tour
- Costume & Buildings Museum: This is a fantastic day out!
- The Bath Abbey: Witness the stunning architecture
- Boat Trips along the River Avon: Relax and take in the scenery
- Much more...
By Rail/Bus – There are a number of public transport operating to and from the city of Bath.
By Car – Bath is located just ten miles from junction 18 of the M4 Motorway.
By Air – There are a number of airports close to Bath including Bristol and Birmingham.
For more information on getting to Bath please the VisitBath website.
Bath is famous for the historic Roman Baths that is filled with ancient mystical artefacts and thermal waters.
It is also famous for being home to inspiring novelist, Jane Austen.