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Log cabin for 2 people
2 pers., 1 bedrooms
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$74per night
Vacation house for 5 people, with garden
5 pers., 3 bedrooms, 1,615ft²
4.9
11 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$220per night
Apartment for 2 people
5.0
8 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$137per night
Vacation house for 6 people, with garden, with pets
5.0
10 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$208per night
Apartment for 4 people
5.0
50 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$115per night
Apartment for 4 people
4.9
9 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$171per night
Apartment for 6 people
4.9
20 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$202per night
Apartment for 4 people
4.9
28 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$204per night
Vacation house for 6 people, with garden
5.0
101 reviews
Corston, The Cotswolds
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$415per night
Apartment for 4 people
4 pers., 2 bedrooms
4.8
10 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$210per night
Apartment for 3 people
3 pers., 1 bedrooms
4.7
16 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$111per night
Vacation apartment for 1 people
1 pers., 1 bedrooms
4.6
7 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$76per night
Apartment for 5 people
5.0
37 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$147per night
Apartment for 4 people
4 pers., 2 bedrooms
4.5
11 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$88per night
Vacation house for 7 people, with garden, with pets
7 pers., 3 bedrooms
4.4
11 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$166per night
Lodge for 10 people, with terrace
5.0
10 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$286per night
Vacation house for 10 people
4.4
14 reviews
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$133per night
Apartment for 6 people
5.0
1 review
Bath, The Cotswolds
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$204per night
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Highlights in Bath

  • Bathing in the oldest thermal baths in England
  • Longleat Adventure Park
  • Hiking on the "Colliers Way"
  • Abbey Church of Bath Abbey

Most popular in Bath

Internet 324
Pet allowed 33
Balcony/Terrace 112
TV 324
Garden 131
Parking 274
Washing machine 285
Heating 316
Elevator 11

Holiday homes in Bath

An apartment on the Avon

Already popular during the Roman occupation due to its thermal springs, Bath still offers a wide range of holiday accommodation in all price ranges. You can choose to move into one apartment for two on the picturesque banks of the Avon, a cosy holiday apartment in the centre or a holiday home near the centre. The central location also promises you short distances to the numerous historical sights of the university city, whose idyllic alleys are still characterized by the Georgian style. Especially recommendable are the modern accommodations near the Bath Abbey as well as near the Roman bathing complex.

Relax on the outskirts of Bath

For those who want to pitch their tents away from the busy city centre, a holiday home on the outskirts of the city is the ideal choice. As in many places in western England, peripheral districts such as Odd Down, Twerton, Charlcombe or Bathampton flow smoothly into the lush green landscape of the county of Somerset, so that families, nature lovers and active holidaymakers in particular feel at home. If you want to enjoy a holiday experience of a very special kind, you also have the opportunity to rent one of the lovingly restored English country houses, which usually even have a large garden.

Holiday in Bath

Travelers and Activities

Breathe the breath of history

The history of the city, which has left numerous traces in Bath in the form of buildings worth seeing from two millennia, dates back to the year 43 AD, when the Romans occupied today's England. Explore history on the Roman Baths, the Royal Baths, the History Museum with its countless art treasures and the world-famous Pulteney Bridge from the 18th century. The highlight is of course a visit to the abbey church of Bath Abbey, the city's landmark.

Active in and around Bath

The university town in the heart of Somerset invites you to numerous outdoor activities. The extensive offer ranges from bike tours along the tranquil Kennet & Avon Canal and extensive hikes on the panoramic "Bath Skyline Walk" and "Colliers Way" to adrenaline-charged laps on the nearby go-kart track. If you prefer to be on the water, you can rent a canoe and enjoy the peace and quiet along the floodplains from the water.

View from above of the stone town of Bath
View from above of the stone town of Bath

Things to know

Best travel time

The warming Gulf Stream ensures that Bath is significantly warmer year-round than anywhere else on the same latitude. Consequently, the holiday season begins in May, especially for culture lovers and active holidaymakers. However, the starting signal for the main travel season is not given until June, when up to seven hours of sunshine per day are expected. However, you should always expect rain during your stay during the high season between June and September and have the appropriate clothing with you.

Regular events

The varied programme of events in Bath already begins with the Bath Bach Festival in February, when the lovely sounds of classical music light up the dark winter days. We continue with the Bath Half Marathon in March, the Bath Comedy Festival in April and the big cultural festival in May. Culture lovers can also look forward to the Fringe Festival in June, the Jane Austin Festival in September and the Bath Mozart Festival in November.

Bath has the only hot thermal spring in England.

Top 5 travel tips

Tower of the abbey church Bath Abbey
Tower of the abbey church Bath Abbey
Relax in the thermal bath

What would a holiday in Bath be without a visit to the thermal baths that give it its name? Treat yourself to a break and enjoy the wonderful warm spring water in the various thermal baths and theme areas before rounding off a successful day with a massage.

In the footsteps of Janes Austens

In the Jane Austen Center a window opens for literature fans into the Regency period, which strongly influenced the famous author, who wrote many of her works in Bath. If you wish, you can even stay overnight in the same house where Jane Austen lived around 1800.

Victoria Art Gallery

The art gallery is well worth seeing and houses countless works by famous artists such as Gainsborough, Zoffany and Sickert as well as other important artists from the period between the 15th century and today. Plus point: Admission is free.

Safari Adventure at Longleat Adventure Park

A day trip to the Adventure Park is a must for families, because you can get up close and personal with the Big Five of the African savannah. Marvel at lions, tigers and rhinos and then take a safari boat for an unforgettable trip into the wilderness.

A trip to the Fashion Museum

If you are interested in modern and historical fashion, you should visit the Fashion Museum not far from your holiday home in the centre of Bath. The more than 30,000 original pieces of clothing will take you on a journey far into the 16th century.

Relax in the thermal bath

What would a holiday in Bath be without a visit to the thermal baths that give it its name? Treat yourself to a break and enjoy the wonderful warm spring water in the various thermal baths and theme areas before rounding off a successful day with a massage.

In the footsteps of Janes Austens

In the Jane Austen Center a window opens for literature fans into the Regency period, which strongly influenced the famous author, who wrote many of her works in Bath. If you wish, you can even stay overnight in the same house where Jane Austen lived around 1800.

Victoria Art Gallery

The art gallery is well worth seeing and houses countless works by famous artists such as Gainsborough, Zoffany and Sickert as well as other important artists from the period between the 15th century and today. Plus point: Admission is free.

Safari Adventure at Longleat Adventure Park

A day trip to the Adventure Park is a must for families, because you can get up close and personal with the Big Five of the African savannah. Marvel at lions, tigers and rhinos and then take a safari boat for an unforgettable trip into the wilderness.

A trip to the Fashion Museum

If you are interested in modern and historical fashion, you should visit the Fashion Museum not far from your holiday home in the centre of Bath. The more than 30,000 original pieces of clothing will take you on a journey far into the 16th century.