Take a breather and a step away from the monotony of the daily grind, and head to historical Bath! It is known as the ‘Spa City’ and its not without good reason –  a trio of natural springs have been bubbling away for 2000 years! It is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and you can enjoy a multitude of attractions here, such as the 18th century Royal Crescent or Bath Abbey, built between the 12th and 16th centuries. Either way, this short break is ideal for those looking for a bit of rest and recuperation!

Book your Bath Break today!

You’ll be staying in the fantastic 4* Combe Grove Hotel (4/5 on TripAdvisor out of 322 reviews) and I can guarantee you’re really gonna love your stay here on your Bath Break! It’s pretty nicely situated, close by to many attractions including The Lady Lena, Prior Park Landscape Gardens and the American Museum. As well as this, if you don’t want to spend £25 per person per night on dinner in the hotel, then there are always restaurants in the vicinity to go and eat at! These include the Eden Brasserie and the Royal Pavilion Cafe! Your accommodation option is a Garden Lodge in a Valley View Room, and there are various deals on offer. So read the details below…

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