The Mayor's Guides FREE Walking Tours - These walks last for about two hours and are free to everyone as guests of the city of Bath. Without exception, our guests love these walking tours. No tips please, these walks are absolutely free! (Click on link for timetable).
The Badminton Horse Trials - Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, Wednesday 3th May - Sunday 7th May, 2017. It's a 25 minute drive to Badminton and we're outside the hyper-inflated B&B price area!
Bath Box Office - An excellent, easy-to-use site for finding out what's on within Bath's theatres, museums and festivals.
Bath Shopping. - Bath's the place to shop. All the big names are in Bath but many people come to Bath for the fascinating little shops that the city's famous for.
Cheddar Caves and Gorge. - A place of wild and rugged beauty. It's Britain's biggest Gorge and of course everyone knows that dragons live in caves!
Bristol city bus tour. - Hop on to an open-top City Sightseeing bus and see the sights of Bristol. Their fully-trained guides will give you a comprehensive introduction to this fascinating city's long history and numerous visitor attractions.
Clarks Village Outlet Shopping - All the famous brands at bargin prices - about 30 mins drive from here.
SS Great Britain - Brunel's great iron ship. The world's first ocean liner, back home in Bristol's rejuvenated harbourside. There's so much to see around the harbourside besides this great Lady!
The Roman Baths - The Roman Baths and Pumproom that made Bath so famous. An essential visit!
Mad Max Tours - Do the Stonehenge & Avebury stone circles, Lacock and Castle Combe villages all in one day and let someone else do the driving!
The National Trust - Tyntesfield, Stourhead, Prior Park & Montacute House all nearby.
Home of the Sally Lunn Bun! - The oldest house in Bath (1482), a must for morning coffee & afternoon tea - make an excuse to eat a Sally Lunn bun!
Bath Bus Tour. - A comprehensive hop-on/hop-off bus tour of Bath in conjunction with the National Trust, with expert guided commentary.
Fleet Air Arm Museum. - Europe's largest collection of naval aircraft, as well as Concorde and even a nuclear bomb! (Please don't bring one back with you!)
The Wookey Hole Caves - The famous Wookey Hole Caves and Papermill, under the Mendip Hills, near the city of Wells and towards Clarks Village.
Longleat House and Safari Park. - Get lost in the Longleat Hedge Maze, voyage on the Safari Boats, journey on the Longleat Railway; the lions, tigers, wolves, rhinos and much much more.
The Bizarre Bath Comedy Walk. - From March to October, Bizarre Bath leaves the Huntsman Inn, North Parade Passage, every evening at 8pm. The walk comes very highly recommended! It's an experience nearly impossible to describe but a 'must do' Bath event!