Bloomfield House

146 Bloomfield Rd, Bath, Somerset, BA2 2AS, United Kingdom
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
66%
91
Very Good
21%
30
Average
4%
6
Poor
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6
Terrible
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  • Families82
  • Couples91
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Shower facilities

by Laneyh

Hi

I'm running a race in Bath on Sunday but would like to hang around
for a little while afterwards and look around.

I'm just wondering if the train station or anywhere provide public
shower facilities ?

Thanks

RE: Shower facilities

by kareninwilts

I'm pretty sure that Bath Station doesn't have anywhere to shower, it's pretty small (only 2 platforms) and quite old fashioned.

RE: RE: Shower facilities

by balfor

This question is just BEGGING for a smart aleck like me to wonder why anyone would be looking for a shower when you're already in Bath, but I won't do it. I'll restrain myself!

*grin*

(sorry about interrupting the flow of useful information. I've not been to Bath yet so I can't help in the useful information department yet.)

Travel Tips for Bath

Jane Austen Museum

by barryg23

Ruth in the Jane Austen Museum. Having read all the Jane Austen books (am I the only male who has done this?), I was really looking forward to seeing this museum. There are some interesting exhibits and worth visiting to learn more about Jane Austen and the time she lived in.

Bath Rugby

by graeme83

Bath is a big rugby town. They play at a stadium called the Rec, which is a two minute walk from Pultuney Bridge. The stadium is relatively small and tends to sell-out for the bigger matches, so it is best to book in advance. Check out their website for more details.

Pulteney Bridge At Night...

by coceng

I came closer to The Pulteney Bridge...Pulteney Bridge is the only 2 bridges in Europe to support shops. The other one could be in Florence.
Pulteney Bridge connects the East & West of Bath...
The architect :Robert Adam, [Please click] was commissioned by :Sir William Pulteney, [Please click] to provide a link to his estate hence this bridge is to be seen today.

There are Trains that run...

by Stellco

There are Trains that run every half hour from London Paddington. It will be called the Wales and West service or First Great Western. They will probably have destinations like Bristol Templemeads.
You can walk everywhere, and Tour buses will take you up out of the city.As well as public buses, but they aren't very reliable.

Excellent for breakfast, lunch, dinner or coffee

by MarvintheMartian about Cafe Retro

This place is cooler than an ice lolly factory in Greenland run by polarbears.

The atmosphere is always buzzing and you can come here any time of day for one reason or another.

Before midday they have an excellent breakfast menu. Lunchtime and afternoon the menu changes to include things like panini and in the evening the menu changes from week to week. Usually there isn't much choice in the evening, but everything they do is generally very good.

So long as things haven't changed since my last visit, Cafe Retro does not have a license to sell alcohol - so you can bring your own (and this will make your evening out much cheaper!).

UPDATE from last visit on 7th October 2006
Cafe Retro now has a license and the bring your own has long gone. In fact from what I was told the Cafe is just picking itself up again after a period of having a poor chef a few years ago. The current chef has been in place about 18 months and doing a great job! I had a three course meal for just under 20 GBP and it was excellent. Breakfast: Eggs Benedict
Lunch: Panini with anything
Evening: Tuna steak (if available).
Anytime: Black filter coffee - very strong and they top it up for half price (or something like that).

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Address: 146 Bloomfield Rd, Bath, Somerset, BA2 2AS, United Kingdom