Immerse Yourself In Regency Bath
Immerse Yourself in Regency Bath with Crosskeys Travel
A designated World Heritage Site, Bath is famous for its iconic Roman Baths and imposing Georgian architecture. To celebrate the city’s gorgeous buildings and monuments a Regency Walking Tour is included, taking in some of the area’s aesthetic wonders. Bath is overflowing with places to eat and drink, independent shops and a remarkable collection of museums and galleries, making it the ideal city break.
- 2 nights’ dinner, bed & breakfast
- Guided Bath Regency Walking Tour
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1: We make our way to thebeautiful city of Bath arriving in time to relax before dinner.
Day 2: Today we have a full day to explore the historic city of Bath, a designated World Heritage Site. This beautiful Georgian city is famed for its thermal water springs, stunning architecture, beautiful abbey and flower filled streets, parks and gardens. We will enjoy a 90-minute Regency Walking Tour, which incorporates a blend of history, humour and scandal as we take in the city’s famed sites. We see the exquisite Pulteney Bridge, the spectacular Bath Abbey, the Roman Baths, the Thermae Bath Spa, the historic Theatre Royal, the Queen Square of Georgian houses, the unique Circus a historic street of large townhouses and the sweeping Royal Crescent row of houses. During your day you may wish to treat yourself to afternoon tea in the Pump room (not included) or just wander the compact, visitor-friendly centre with some of the finest independent shops in Britain.
Day 3: After a leisurely breakfast we must begin our journey home.
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Francis Hotel Bath
Located on the prestigious Queen Square in the heart of Bath, the Grade 1 listed Francis Hotel opened in 1884 and remains one of the most famous hotels in the city. The hotel has 98 stylish and well decorated bedrooms all equipped with air conditioning, TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. The brasserie-style restaurant is bright and traditional in design, the bar is stylish and cosy and there is also a luxurious lounge located to the front of the hotel. The hotel does have a lift.Back to top