Ston Easton Park Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Near Bath, Ston Easton, Somerset, BA3 4DF, United Kingdom
Ston Easton Park Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 36% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families93
  • Couples91
  • Solo50
  • Business80

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Late Nov stay

by Sameze2

I'm planning on staying in Bath for a three day decompression vacation before some business travel in London and the continent. Anyway I know nothing about Bath and would like some inputs into what to do and esp. where to stay. Since this is a personal part of the trip, I'd like to keep thing relatively simple and cheap -won't have a car so keeping things in walking distance is important and lodging in the 50 pd area seems about right.

Good pubs, restaurants and things to do during the day would be most helpful. I'll be there Thursday, Friday and part of Saturday then off to London.

Thanks in advance for your help,

Re: Late Nov stay

by leics

First thing to do is loook at the VT Bath pages (use the destination search box top right).

Also look at the official tourist info site on:

for info on what to see/do, where to go and (most importantly) what accommodation is available. For 50GBPper night 'within walking distance' you should look at bed & breakfast/guesthouse accommodation (all will be listed on the tourist info site).

Bath is a very tourist-focused place (the Roman baths, the link with Jane Austen, Regency architecture etc) so you will find plenty to occupy your time.

Re: Late Nov stay

by Lady_Godiva

If you like your architecture, may I suggest a day (or even half-day) trip from Bath to Bristol? Only 15 minutes on the train.

Travel Tips for Bath

Relax in Parade Gardens

by jo104

I imagine this beautiful gardens is perfect for locals in Bath who do not have gardens or perhaps tourists who are here for a longer stay. We saw lots of people enjoying the sun & the view of Pulteney Bridge & the River Avon. A band sometimes plays on the little stage.
Entrance to the park is GBP1

Sights Along The Avon River...

by coceng

This would be my last photo when I was walking along The Avon River; What a beautiful sight ! The sun was going down & there's no point for me to walk further...
I have made my marks charting this river, I thought.

Book Museum

by tvor

There is a large antiquarian bookshop on the bottom of Manvers Street, right across from the bus station. In the basement there is a museum that shows the history of book binding with examples and first editions and manuscripts. I didn't get a chance to see it but it's definitely on my list for the next visit.

Delfter Krug

by graeme83 about Delfter Krug

During the day Delfter Krug is a nice place for summer time drinking and eating. There is an outside seating area that is good for people watching. At night the outside area closes and the action goes on in the inside. There is a big area downstairs for relaxing and chatting with a small dancefloor area on the second floor with some good electronic music. Friday is meant to be the best night here.


Centre of Bath Life

by sourbugger about The Pump room

This tip could equally go in the 'must see' section. The present pump room, opened at the end of the 18th century is certainly a grand affair, and has been preserved in pretty much authentic way. The odd light socket may have crept in here or there - but you can still imaging Jane Austin and her friends taking tea and buns in the afternoon.

It would be better still if they only allowed in people appropriately dressed who could speak the Queen's english proper - like what I do.

Sometime special events are run - such as these special Georgian menus

Jane Austen Pump Room Tea
Selection of finger sandwiches
Everyday home-made scones with
home-made jam and clotted cream
Selection of cakes and pastries
(to include macaroons, surly curd tarts,
cherry cake and Lady Catherine de
Bourghs brittle bites)
Pot of tea or filter coffee
£10.50 per person

Mrs Bennets High Tea
Warm faggoty loaf with green
peppercorn chutney
Pot of tea or filter coffee
£6.50 per person

Where else in the world can you ask for a surly tart or a Warm faggoty with a straight face ? High tea is the must (2-4.30 PM mon-fri)


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Address: Near Bath, Ston Easton, Somerset, BA3 4DF, United Kingdom