The Best Nests In Bath
A beautiful boutique hotel to be found in Bath Spa city centre, THE BIRD offers vibrant upscale rooms, many with views out over Bath Abbey and the Recreation Ground. Just around the corner from some of the city’s best-loved world heritage locations such as Great Pulteney Street, The Victoria Art Gallery and the famed Pulteney weir, it’s also within easy walking distance of The Roman Baths, Jane Austen Centre and Thermae Bath Spa as well as the city’s renowned fine dining restaurants and boutiques.
The Bird, Bath is one of many luxury hotels in Somerset and the perfect relaxed choice for those seeking chic and comfortable accommodation in the heart of Bath. With free parking (and free wi-fi) we’re also within easy reach of the National Trust’s circular Skyline walk – where you’ll find some of the best views over central Bath – as well as the River Avon and lovely canal-side strolls.
As one of England’s most celebrated historic cities, set in rolling countryside, and perhaps best known for its natural hot springs and breathtaking 18th-century Georgian architecture – the Royal Crescent and Circus are particular must-sees – Bath has all the ingredients you could want for a cultural city break or weekend escape.
Bath also plays host to a diverse range of festivals and events throughout the year – varying from the multi-arts Bath Festival to the Children’s Literature Festival, Bath Half Marathon, Jane Austen Festival and Bath Christmas Market – and there’s also a year-round programme of theatre, dance, opera, ballet and pantomime at the Theatre Royal. You can find more on things to do in Bath on the events section of our website, and our team are also more than happy to help with local recommendations – you might enjoy a wander around the city’s artisan quarter of Walcot Street or a constitutional around Jane Austen’s former neck of the woods, Sydney Gardens, just a stone’s throw from us, during your stay.
Check-in at The Bird, Bath is from 3pm, but we’re more than happy to look after your bags if you want to come earlier and make the most of your day. Bath is also very well connected by rail and road to Bristol and the rest of Britain and the United Kingdom, and you can find more on how best to find us on our location page.
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