Steeped in history and full of life, Roman bath is easily accessed from London and sits in beautiful rolling countryside.


Bath is one of the most iconic tourist destinations in the UK, with its Roman baths, its captivating architecture and west country culture. Set amongst rolling hills, the town offers fantastic group activities on the water and in the hills and gorges of the region. Nightlife is superb with endless bars and restaurants in the town and along the River Avon.

Scenery that headlines many Visit Britain advertising campaigns, Bath is a visual stunning spectacle. Steeped in Roman and Georgian history, the town is wonderfully atmospheric with a labyrinth of streets to explore. The compact centre is alive with activity and nothing is too far from anything else.


Facts & figures

  • Population: 84 000
  • June ave. temp. 19°C
  • September ave. temp. 18°C

London transfers

  • Rail | 01:29
  • Road | 114 miles


  • Museums
  • Architecture
  • Theatre
  • Art galleries


  • Stand up paddling
  • Mountain biking
  • Ballooning
  • Climbing
  • Caving


An absolute gem of a town, Bath is located in the rolling hills of the south west and boasts a stunning Roman and Georgian centre, renowned for its historic Roman Spa and riverside location. The town centre is bustling with locals and visitors, with a great range of shops, bars and restaurants on offer. The town is fringed by hills, offering great vantage points over Bath, whilst the riverside walkways and bridges are a wonderful way to traverse the town.

In the town centre there is a superb, modern spa complex with rooftop, outdoor pool offering the chance to stretch out in thermal waters and gaze over the fantastic Bath skyline. As well as the modern spa there is a private, intimate spa that can be rented, whilst the original Roman Baths are remarkable and well worth a visit. Boats tours ply the waters around Bath and for rugby lovers there is the famous Bath RFC stadium just over the iconic Pulteney Bridge.


Bath is a small, compact town, with its centre dominated by the Roman Spa which visitors flock to see. For those looking to actually sample a spa, the rooftop, contemporary spa in the heart of Bath centre offers guests the chance to float in thermal waters with an eyeline across the spires and roofs of Bath. For leisurely jaunts on the River Avon there are boat trips, rentals and rowing boats. Around Bath there are a number of golf options, some close to the town, whilst just outside Bath there is the chance to sample rural life with group, clay pigeon shooting. Mountain bike tours can leave from various parts of Bath and explore the wonderful trails around the town, sampling the history and nature of the area.    

With the River Avon dissecting the town, water sports are numerous, with stand up paddling one of the best and most contemporary options in the area. Clients paddle in groups on River Avon, accessing remote parts of the river and sampling some wonderful nature. The region around Bath is hilly and adventurous with climbing and abseiling possible. There are also caving options with professional guides taking groups deep beneath the lush countryside from the many gorges in the area. Further afield the coast offers some great beach sports options including kite surfing and land yachting.

People stand up paddling in Bath, England.

Stand up paddling

Paddle the waters of the River Avon, through wonderful countryside.

People cycling on road in Bath, England.

bike tour

Starting in the town centre, bike out into the wonderful Bath countryside.

River and bridge in Bath, England.

city tour

Explore the stunning Roman and Georgian town centre of Bath.


Bath’s Roman legacy is apparent today with its numerous Italian restaurants that line many of the town centre streets. As well as Pizza and Pasta emporiums, Bath has a number of very British eateries, some contemporary and some very traditional, with ornate rooms and formal service. The range of restaurants in Bath is extensive both in the intimate streets of the town centre and the riverside locations throughout the town.

Outside of Bath, there is a great range of venues to host group dinners. Some are located on the river Avon and can be reached by water, others are situated in the hills around the town, with wonderful rural settings and fantastic views across the countryside and town of Bath. There are elaborate and historic venues such as country estates for truly memorable occasions, whilst the benign climate of the south west offers many opportunities to drink and dine alfresco.


One of the best locations for a night-out in the south west, Bath has an astonishing number of bars within its town centre. Year-round the place is buzzing with nightlife, whilst in the spring and summer there are a number of riverside and town centre bars with beer gardens and terraces. 

As well as traditional pubs, there are many private venues that can hired for functions. These include town centre and riverside venues, as well as stately, rural houses offering historic ambience in sumptuous English countryside. Boat charters to riverside bars are also popular options in Bath.


There are a number of historic spaces in Bath to meet in. The old, repurposed railway station features a large room that can be utilised for meetings and seminars. There is also meeting space at the historic Roman baths complex, offering wonderfully atmospheric, town centre space for meetings. The proximity to the mainline station and its connection to London and other parts of the UK make the centre of Bath a great meeting & seminar destination.

For contemporary meeting facilities, the Bath Apex Hotel has a superb, modern meeting suite featuring modular meeting spaces, break out rooms and a main exhibition room that can hold 400 delegates or large exhibits. There are catering, support and registration services on offer to complement the superb modern, meeting rooms.


Take to the water in and around Bath on a boat charter or rowing boat and see the area from the River Avon.


One of the best options is to take a guided stand up paddling tour of the river. Open to novices, groups learn the skills needed to navigate up the river to a series of waterfalls and back.

  • People stand up paddling in Bath, England.

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