Budget Friendly Accommodation close to Railway

Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel

BA2 6NS, Bath, Sydney Rd

Set in beautiful gardens, Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel features a spa and award-winning restaurant. The hotel is a 10-minute walk from Bath Abbey. The bedrooms have private bathrooms with free toiletries and bathrobes. With luxury... read more

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£ 163.30

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Hotel Indigo - Bath, an IHG Hotel

BA2 4AB, Bath, 2-8 South Parade

Set in an 18th-century Georgian building in the heart of historic Bath, Hotel Indigo - Bath is just a 5-minute walk from the magnificent Bath Abbey. The boutique hotel features stylish bedrooms, free Wi-Fi, and... read more

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£ 98.34

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The Windsor Town House

BA2 4DL, Bath, 69 Great Pulteney Street

In a quiet location, close to the heart of the historic city, this stunning 5-star Georgian townhouse is just a 2-minute level walk from Bath’s shops, the abbey and the Thermae Spa. The Windsor occupies... read more

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£ 94.00

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Holiday Inn Express Bath, an IHG Hotel

BA2 3QU, Bath, Lower Bristol Road, Brougham Hayes, North East Somerset

Holiday Inn Express Bath is a 10-minute walk from the magnificent Roman centre of Bath, a World Heritage city. Free WiFi is available throughout. The Great Room is a spacious guest lounge which is home... read more

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£ 36.73

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Hiding Space - Trim Street Apartments

BA1 1HB, Bath, 9 Trim Street

Set within 300 metres of Bath Abbey and 300 metres of The Roman Baths in the centre of Bath, Hiding Space - Trim Street Apartments offers accommodation with free WiFi and seating area. The units... read more

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£ 86.77

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Budget Friendly Properties


hotelroomAccommodations options in the city are largely located close to the railway station and include many b&b’s and reasonable priced Bath establishments if you are looking to enjoy the extensive nightlife and many restaurants in this ancient destination.

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As with all aspects of life the major factor in where to stay in Bath is what budget you are working with and what you wish to do each day. Accommodation to rent can include a bed and breakfast or guest house that are now more like boutique hotels in many instances and will make it easy to explore the city and its fine examples of local food, including the famous Sally Lunn Buns found only in the city.

Alongside b&b’s, many modern apartments to rent for one night or the weekend and historic properties are available in the city centre that make it easy to take in the ancient and modern Spa options and enjoy a relaxing trip to this stunning city.

From small inns and pub style locations to larger more expensive rooms, no matter what your budget, this historic area offers you some of the most luxurious and opulent accommodation options in one of the most beautiful areas in England. The main train station is within close distance of most establishments.

Some Places to Visit nearby the rail station


overnight stayDuring the Georgian era of British history the popularity of the spa town saw a number of renovations to the extensive Roman baths and pool buildings, which updated them and added modern options to the existing Roman architecture.

In the 21st century, a number of modern relaxation and beauty treatment options are found in the city within the city centre. If you are looking to explore the region the fine examples of Georgian architecture include The Circus that is a semi circular design of houses found in the city close to the train and bus stations.

The Kennet and Avon Canal runs through Bath and will provide a relaxed and slow moving way of taking in many fine examples of Georgian and Victorian architecture, including bridges and buildings that line this feat of early engineering.

Alongside the ancient and historic sites of the city, you can also time a visit to coincide with the offers budget accommodations have for the film and literary festivals or explore the many fine restaurants found throughout the region.

Bath Spa Railway and Bus Station in Somerset England UK


The station has fast direct links to London Paddington, via Swindon & Reading and to Bristol Temple Meads. Central Bristol, with connections to the Midlands, the North and the South West is usually a 15 minute journey away.

There are local services to nearby cities such as Cardiff, Bradford, Frome, … plus a limited service to London Waterloo via Salisbury and Basingstoke.

The Bus Station is located adjacent to Bath Spa railway station. Firstgroup Bus Service run regular buses to nearby towns and cities including Chippenham, Bristol, Frome, Salisbury, Wells and Keynsham as well as providing a regular service to the various districts of Bath.

National Express runs services from the Coach Station to London Victoria and other destinations. There are direct services to London Gatwick and London Heathrow terminals.

Taxi : a Taxi rank is located at the station entrance.

Several hotel accommodation can be found nearby Bath mainline train and bus or coach station. One of the nearest hotels is 3 star Best Western Abbey Hotel, located close to the Roman Baths and Spa Railway Station.

Some facts and figures


Name : Bath Spa Railway Station

Location : in the city centre of Bath Somerset, located in a grade II listed building built in 1840 by Brunel. The station has two platforms, one for trains towards London Paddington and one for trains towards Weston-super-Mare.

Address : Dorchester Street, Bath BA1 1SU, United Kingdom

Train Line : lies on the Great Western Main Line that runs westwards from London Paddington station to the west of England and South Wales.

Mainly Served by : First Great Western, South West Trains (SWT), and CrossCountry.

Ticket Office : Available

Ticket Machines : Available

Public Wi-Fi : is available

Sat Nav Postcode : BA1 1SU

Region : South West England

County : Somerset

Nearest Hotels : in Bath city center on Manvers Street, St James Parade, South Parade, North Parade, and Pulteney Terrace.

Nearby Dorchester Street BA1 1SU


Southgate Shopping Centre (Anfield Road, Liverpool L4 0TH, England): large shopping center with over 50 shops, located adjacent to the railroad st..

St John The Evangelist Church (South Parade, BA2 4AF England): lovely little church located towards the south of the city centre. The decorative Gothic-styled spire of the church dominates the city’s skyline.

Chapel Arts Centre (Lower Borough Walls, St.James’s Memorial Hall, BA1 1QR, Somerset England): small concert and performance venue. Highly recommended if you prefer intimate gigs.