Heritage & History

UNESCO added The City of Bath as a 'cultural site' to its World Heritage List in 1987 because of its Roman remains and Georgian architecure. The following sites are not to be missed when visiting the city;

  • The Roman Baths
  • The Royal Crescent
  • Bath Abbey
  • The Circus
  • Pulteney Bridge
  • Thermae Spa

Culture

With a centuries old reputation for a rich and diverse culture, Bath has many museums, galleries and theatres for you to enjoy including;

  • The Holburne Museum
  • The Theatre Royal
  • Komedia
  • No. 1 Royal Crescent
  • Jane Austen Centre

Restaurants

Bath is spoilt for choice with a diverse selection of award winning, independent restaurants and chain restaurants. All within a short walk, our personal recommendations are;

  • Sotto Sotto
  • The Ivy
  • Clayton's Kitchen
  • Côte
  • Amarone

Nightlife

With most of the nightlife centred on George Street, Bath has no shortage of places for a fun night out. Circo and Sub 13 on George Street are very popular and well known venues while The Canary Gin Bar, The Dark Horse and Hideout Bar are nicely tucked away from the crowds.

  • Circo
  • Sub 13
  • The Dark Horse
  • Hideout Bar
  • The Canary Gin Bar

Independent Shops

The city’s compact size and easily navigable streets make exploring Bath’s many independent shops a delight. Our favourite shops are;

  • Found
  • HAY
  • Grace and Ted
  • Spotty Herberts
  • Graham and Green
  • Mr B's Reading Emporium
  • The Makery

Christmas Market

With over 200 twinkling chalets selling handmade and local Christmas gifts, Bath Christmas Market is a magical and award winning attraction spread out across the picturesque Georgian streets of Bath. With Westgate Apartments just at the edge of the market and St. Catherine’s Hospital tucked away right in the centre of it, we offer the perfect base from which to explore and the necessary luxury to recover from the thrill of this annual treat.