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Where should we stay in Bath?
The historic destination of Bath is a good choice if you've been considering a getaway with your children. The museums, parks and walking trails are just some of the things that make this a good destination for family holidays. Take to the air and fly into Bristol (BRS-Bristol Intl.), which is located 14.8 mi (23.9 km) from the city centre. Bath offers 68 child-friendly hotels and other types of accommodation so you have plenty of options when choosing where you'd like to stay.
Families on holiday have positive things to say about these places to stay:
Hilton Bath City: Offers a restaurant. Guests like the overall comfort and central location at this 4-star hotel.
Best Western Plus Centurion Hotel – Features a restaurant, free parking and laundry facilities. The overall comfort and clean rooms make this 4-star hotel popular with guests.
Bailbrook House – Offers 2 restaurants, free parking and free WiFi. Guests like the central location at this 4-star hotel.
When should we visit Bath?
You're likely hoping for good weather for your family trip. Use these tips to decide when to pack up the children and head to Bath.
- Hottest months: August, July, June and September, with an average temperature of 22°F
- Coldest months: February, January, December and March, with an average temperature of 3°F
- Driest months: June, May, April and March, with an average rainfall of 2 inches
- Rainiest months: January, November, December and September, with an average rainfall of 3 inches
What should we see and do in Bath?
Roman Baths, Theatre Royal Bath and Jane Austen Centre are interesting attractions that you and your family will enjoy exploring while you are staying in Bath. Make sure that you have plenty of time to take in the area's activities such as Bath Abbey, Bath Assembly Rooms and Museum of Bath at Work.Bath is also well-known for the:
- Historical sites
Getting around Bath
If you want to journey outside of the area, ride aboard a train from Bath Spa Station, Oldfield Park Station or Freshford Station. Bath might not have many public transport choices so consider renting a car to explore the city.