Let’s not lie, few people like this time of year. Once the warm festive fuzz of Christmas and New Year has fully worn off and the reality of another two months of winter kicks in, most people struggle to maintain their usual joie de vivre.
Bath is wonderful all year round, but the historic city really sparkles during the festive season. With the atmospheric cobbled streets adorned with fairy lights, colourful window displays, music and festive cheer, Christmas in Bath is truly magical. All our Bath self-catering cottages and apartments
Bath is famed for its beauty and history, so it would be a shame to visit the World Heritage city and not dip into some of its many fantastic museums. Bath’s best museums are wonderfully varied so have a read to decide which one(s) appeal
While the city of Bath itself has much to offer any visitor, there is also no shortage of beautiful day trips around Bath if you’re looking for a holiday rich with historic sights, beautiful landscapes and buzzing culture. This makes our luxury self-catering holiday homes
Since Bath is currently right in the thick of its hugely popular Jane Austen Festival – and this year marks the 200th anniversary of the famous author’s death – there seemed no better time to offer our tips on how best to pay homage to the much-loved writer during your visit to our historic city. Writing
First time visitors to Bath often get so wrapped up in exploring the city, they are left with no time to appreciate the stunning Somerset countryside that surrounds it. There a dozens of wonderful walks around Bath which showcase the beauty of the Cotswold hills