Astor House

14 Oldfield Road, Bath, BA2 3ND, United Kingdom
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by chrishc

Anyone any ideas on hotels, clean and comfortable close to the centre of Bath, I will be going there with my wife at the end of July and don't really want to break the bank on hotel accommodation.

Re: Accommodation

by oxanna

Hi there!
Just a thought1 Why dont you try a Travel Lodge or Inn? They are priced on the room and not the number of people. breakfast however is NOT inclused. They are usually very clean and have ensuite ,TV and coffee/tea making facilities.
Prices normally range from £40- £70 per room per night and are easily accessible through the Net. The Net also provides route maps on how to get ther.

Re: Re: Accommodation

by auntysue

We are also thinking of traveling to Bath after a week in Oxford. We were thinking of staying there one night. I wondered what you meant by a Travel Lodge or Inn? Do you mean a Bed and Breakfast? Thanks.

Re: Re: Accommodation

by pedersdottir

Travel Lodge is the name of a chain of motor hotels (motels) that originated in the US.

Re: Re: Accommodation

by oxanna

A Travel Lodge/Inn is based on accomodation only, with tea/ coffee making facilities in your room and ensuite bathroom. There are restaurant facilities there also.
I hope that is more explicit

Travel Tips for Bath

Royal Crescent up close

by barryg23

The Crescent buildings look great both from a distance and up close. You can even explore some of the houses. Number one is a museum while the one at the centre of the Crescent is also open to the public.

Visit Stonehenge!

by UKDaisy

Stonehenge is only an hour's drive away from Stonehenge, so if you're in Bath and have some time to spare, then I would recommend you make a visit. There are some tour groups that offer short trips to Stonehenge; the company I used was Scarper Tours.

The Scarper Tours minibus picks up outside Bath Abbey (outside Whitemans Bookshop on Orange Grove) at 1.30pm and returns at 4.30pm; extra tours available during the summer months. You'll get to spend an hour at Stonehenge, which is enough time for you to walk all the way around the stones and complete the audio guide that is included with your entrance fee. Tour price is £12.50pp, but doesn't include the entrance fee to Stonehenge, which is an extra £5.90 per adult (discounts for students). Reservations by phone, email, or at the Tourist Information Centre.

The Bath Abbey...

by coceng

Here's a sight as I came closer to The Bath Abbey...Nice ambience eh ?
We could see the tower, the walls with adorning features...I took many photos so most of them are shown here for you guys to see.

Sally Lunn's doesn't welcome Asian guests

by rachellau about Sally Lunn's

I just came back from Bath on 14 May...
unfortunately, it seems that the female 'landlady' of Sally Lunn's doesn't welcome Asian guests...

There is no further explaination for the reason here, because staff there should know what and how it happened on this date, and how the arrogant manager humiliated and cheated three Asian guests there!

So I'd like to suggest Asian friends---- don't go there, otherwise their unfriendly attitude would ruin your 'travel enjoyment'!

Build your own meal

by rexvaughan about Tilley's Bistro

Tilley’s boasts that all their food is made on the premises except the bread which comes from Delice de France and the ice cream which comes from Salcombe Dairy of Devon. From our dinner, I do not question this at all as it was all delicious. One nice thing about their menu is that it has a large selection of small, medium and large dishes so you don’t fall victim to overly large portions like you find in so many places. We appreciate smaller portions and being able to choose our own combinations. I had a very nice chicken liver and cognac pate with melba toast and a small salad and French onion soup topped with nice toasted flutes and Gruyere cheese. My wife had warm asparagus with parmesan shavings and a small salad accompanied by red cabbage braised in cider with onions and Bramley apples. Everything was excellent and we washed it down with a glass each of the house red wine but finished by sharing a bread and butter pudding with hot double cream and coffee. An outstanding meal from start to finish.

Reservations are wise.


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Address: 14 Oldfield Road, Bath, BA2 3ND, United Kingdom