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Accommodation in BATH

Overview​
  • Bath is the second most popular tourist attraction in the UK after London. 

  • As a result, Bath offers a wide range of accommodation on all price scales from country houses and first class hotels through independent accommodation and chain hotels to guest houses and hostels.

  • ​A full summary of all available accommodation is provided by the tourist office here. The tourist office also offers guidance to local attractions and for the pretty country side around Bath. 

  • It is most convenient to stay on the south-eastern side of the river Avon, because the main access to the University is via Bathwick Hill and North Road on the south-eastern side of Bath as described here

  • During the booking process, it is always worthwhile asking whether there is a discount for visitors to the University of Bath, because the University arranges for special deals with various providers of accommodation. 

 

First Class (~£150+) 

  • First Class accommodation typically offers Spa facilities and treatments.

  • Popular choices are the Bath Spa and Combe Grove, or Apex.

Independent (~£80+)

Chain Hotels (~£70+)

  • ​Chain Hotels offer standard accommodation where services, such as parking, wireless, breakfast etc. are often charged separately.             Prices vary widely according to demand. 
  • Popular choices are the Travel Lodge and Premier Inn

Hostels (~£30+)

  • The vibrant and quickly growing student population is served by numerous hostels which often have shared bathrooms. 

  • Popular choices are the YMCA and YHA, or St. Christophers

How to get to Bath 
How to get to the University of Bath