Self Catering Rentals for Short Lets, Flats and Studio’s
The city centre offers a wealth of historical attractions. Wander around and appreciate the fantastic Georgian architecture of this magnificent city. A notable building is Bath Abbey, with origins dating back as far as the 7th century. It’s England’s last remaining Gothic church. Two of the foremost examples of Georgian architecture are The Royal Crescent and Grade I-listed Pulteney Bridge, which is lined with shops and crosses the River Avon.
One of the most suitable accommodations for a family is a multi bedroom accommodation in Central Bath or near the city centre, perfect for your next holiday and to explore its many great attractions. Stay for 1 night, a few nights, a weekend, a week or for long term (month). Many apartments to rent offer free Wi-Fi and iPod docking station, there is even one with a private garden boasting a seating area for an alfresco dining experience. Numerous beautiful canal walks, parks, café’s and museums are within easy reach.
Bath Apartments to Rent (for 1 Night or Longer)
Bath Somerset UK – A Historical City
The historical city of Bath has something for everyone, whatever time of year you visit. It’s a great place to explore, do some shopping, relax or enjoy outdoor activities. Many people choose to stay in short term or long-term apartments for rent so they can experience the city’s major attractions like the Thermal Bath Spa.
Why not arrange cheap accommodation maybe for one night, a weekend or your main holiday so you can relax in the Thermal Bath Spa which can be found in the city centre? It’s one of Britain’s few naturally warm, mineral rich waters which will certainly refresh your senses and help to recharge your batteries. To beat the queues, early morning bathing spa sessions are recommended, it’s not too crowded and much quieter.
Take a guided tour of the Roman Baths. It’s a fascinating place to visit and one of the best preserved Roman remains in the world. If shopping’s your thing then you won’t be disappointed. There are excellent shopping attractions especially in the city centre. Have a stroll down the Georgian streets where you’ll find many quaint boutiques which help give the city its charming identity.
The annual Christmas market is the city’s main shopping event of the year so make sure you book holiday rentals well in advance of your trip. For book lovers the Jane Austen Centre is a must visit. You can find out about the fascinating life of the world famous novelist and how living in Bath affected her life and writing. There’s even a Jane Austen annual festival held every September which attracts visitors from around the world, many of whom stay in cheap apartments for rent.
Reserving fully furnished short term or long-term cheap accommodation will give you plenty of time to visit Longleat Safari Park. The kids will enjoy seeing gorillas, zebras, lions and monkeys while exploring the countryside and visiting Tractor Ted’s Little Farm.
Cheap apartment rental – Temporary accommodation
When it comes to quality accommodation you won’t be stuck for choice. Finding serviced affordable apartments to rent and holiday rentals is easy to do online. The city has an extensive range of short-term, long term, one night stay and weekend holiday rentals. Popular is also staying in a b&b or cheap hotel room.
Browsing the net will help you to find great rates on last minute room deals close to many of the city’s top attractions, restaurants, pubs, night life as well as bus and train stations. Maybe you’re planning a romantic spa getaway in the city.
To save cash, check out online discount deals which often include short-term breaks and spa entry ticket packages, how about that for a good deal? Of course, you can also make substantial savings when booking cheap apartments early which will give you more spending money in your pocket to enjoy everything this wonderful city has to offer.
The best area to stay is in and around the city centre, however you can find cheaper holiday rentals on the outskirts of town where free park and ride facilities are available.
Book your short or long stay holiday rentals (studio’s, flats, suites, apartments) with 1,2,3 bedrooms. Many accommodations offer free Wi-Fi access and come with a fully equipped kitchen, seperate bathroom and living area.
Main Train Station
Main railway station ?
The mainline train station of the city is Bath Spa Railway station, operated by First Great Western train operating company.
The city is well connected by train with destinations across England such as Portsmouth Harbour, the harbour port town of Weymouth, Cardiff Central Station (see rentals), London Waterloo rail hub (central London apts), Reading and Chippenham. Long distance destinations include Birmingham West Midlands, Edinburgh in Scotland and Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the north-east of England.
Location of the City
Where is Bath ?
- Bristol City — 11 miles
- Swindon Town Center — 27 miles
- Gloucester — 37 miles
- Cardiff Wales — 37 miles
- Taunton — 46 miles
- Port of Southampton — 53 miles
5 Must See Attractions and Sights in and near the town centre
The majority of sights can be appreciated in any season.
(Bath and North East Somerset BA1 1LZ, United Kingdom)
Most famous tourist attraction of the city. This impressive temple and bathing complex is Britain’s only hot spring spa.
Unfortunately you can’t bathe here anymore, but nowadays you can bath in the nearby Thermae Bath Spa.
(13 Kingston Buildings, BA1 1LT, England UK)
Beautiful Abbey both inside and out. Climb 212 steps to the top, to look at the gorgeous surroundings of the Abbey. The annually Christmas Market takes place all round it.
(North of Queen Square, BA1 1EE, Somerset United Kingdom)
Magnificent example of Georgian architecture, designed by John Wood the Elder and located a short walk from the Baths and Abbey.
(Bath BA1 1EE, England UK)
Another example of Georgian architecture. The Architecture and views are stunning, well worth a visit. There is also a lovely hotel in the middle.
Sally Lunn’s Museum
(4 North Parade Passage, BA1 1NX, Somerset England)
Oldest house in Bath which is now a living museum. See the original kitchen Sally Lunn used over 300 years ago. It’s also a welcome place to sit and have a comfortable lunch.