County Hotel

18-19 Pulteney Road, Bath, Somerset, BA2 4EZ, United Kingdom
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Visit Bath - Stay in Bristol

by kevarms

Hi, I'm attending a function in Bath and finding accomodation a little scarce and expensive. Since it's only for one night would it be viable to stay at a hotel in Bristol and take a taxi to/from Bath? Would the taxi-drivers be okay doing that on a Saturday night?

Re: Visit Bath - Stay in Bristol

by ricky52



You pay them and they will take you wherever you like.
Bath is a hotspot for tourist, therefore hotels will be more expensive.

Re: Visit Bath - Stay in Bristol

by grets

A taxi from Bristol to Bath would be fairly expensive. Depending on the time of night, you may be able to use the train.

Re: Visit Bath - Stay in Bristol

by aaaarrgh

It seems that the last train to Bristol Temple Meads is at 01.13am and there are several large hotels within walking distance of the train station in Bristol. That would be a far more sensible option than catching a taxi!

Re: Visit Bath - Stay in Bristol

by grets

Within easy walking distance of Temple Meads there are sevreal hotels:

Holiday Inn Express
Novotel
City Inn
Ramada
Holland House

Re: Visit Bath - Stay in Bristol

by Kakapo2

The money you save on accommodation will be spent on the taxi ride. This does not make much sense to me.

Have you also checked out B&B's in Bath? We once stayed there (although a while ago) and it was not expensive at all.

Travel Tips for Bath

Hills

by Sjalen

Bath is full of hills so pack your best walking shoes and be prepared for a hike up and down some of them to see the sights. Alternatively, hop on a sightseeing bus. Quite expensive but you can hop on and off as you like at the many stops all day. There are some great sights to be had from the top of the hills and even down below you enjoy being surrounded by cheerful honey-coloured houses all around.

Bath Abbey

by greebo

The present Abbey was built on the site of an earlier church that stood there in the 8th Century which was destroyed by the Norman Conquerors, a Norman Cathedral was then built followed by the present Abbey built in 1499. It was partially ruined in the dissolution but has been restored and is still being restored. The current Abbey is a elegant building complete with stained glass windows, an ornate carved wooden door and flying buttresses. The Abbey is open to visitors during the summer months.

Playground at Victoria Park

by grandmaR

Bob insisted on following the signs to the long term car park lot (£3.80 until 6 pm), and after he and our grandson used the bathroom, he took a short cut out of the lot on foot. We ended up getting thoroughly lost (even after asking directions at a store - I asked the wrong question - I asked what the name of the street was, and not which way we should go on it).

Walking in the wrong direction, we discovered a big park and playground-- Victoria Park. Our grandson stopped and had a few minutes to play while I used the bathroom. There were all kinds of climbing equipment, swings, etc (free), in addition to bathrooms.

At that point, I found out that we were on our way out of Bath on foot and got directions for the bus from some of the mothers who had their children there.

We went to the bus stop that is right next to the park and took a bus back in (£2.40 for the three of us) which let us off downtown near the railway station

The Cork

by graeme83 about Bars & Pubs

This place has been recently refurbished and looks very nice. There are lot's of different areas to sit down on the entrance level. There is also a good seating area outside, nice during the day and also at night. Finally there is another level in the basement with a larger bar and a pool table.

Food is served during the day and looked pretty good. I'm definitely starting my night here next time I'm in Bath.

Best Buns in Britain

by lou31 about Sally Lunn's

I had heard about these famous buns and tearoom so had to see it for myself. The building is suppose to be the oldest in Bath. Dating back to the 1480's.
Sally Lunn herself was a young French woman who worked for a baker selling bread on the street. She eventually ended up in the kitchen where she baked a bun that became famous in Georgian times. The buns themselves are huge. About the size of grapefruit. Very soft and tasty. Downstairs you'll find a little shop where you can buy a bun to take away. The one bun comes in a gift box and costs 1.50 pound I think. They also have teas and coffees on sale.
There is a tearoom which is popular. I didn't get to eat there but the food looked delicious. The house is a museum in itself and you can walk around the rooms. There is the original kitchen used by Sally Lunn complete with faggot oven.

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Address: 18-19 Pulteney Road, Bath, Somerset, BA2 4EZ, United Kingdom