The Beauty of Bath
Eschew the hassle of driving and spending hours in traffic getting in and out of London and do the smart thing, go by train.
Advance bookings in first class on Great Western Railways will have you sipping a cup of tea as you zoom through the countryside to the centre of Bath, one of England’s most beautiful and historical towns.
Where to stay?
There are two very special places to stay, firstly the grand dame that is The Royal Crescent, which is also located in what is the most iconic architecture of Bath.
Think grand and quintessentially British.
The other has been featured in Conde Nast Traveller amongst the world’s top 100 hotels, The Gainsborough Hotel & Spa.
The Christmas Market is award winning and divine. It’s an easy town to stroll about and perfect for festive season shopping.
You can easily dine in at either hotel, but if you want something casual but fabulous in a gastro pub then you can’t miss the Hare & Hounds with spectacular views, winning roasts, and sticky toffee pudding.
Just two and a half hours from London and you’ll be transported into a romantic and authentic winter wonderland.
Oh! Who can be ever tired of Bath?Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey