First time I came to Bath, Somerset was earlier this year when I went to a pre Glastonbury trip with Levi’s. And because the event was happening outside of the town I only got to see Bath through the bus windows. And even though it was short and quick I still noticed how beautiful and unique this town is.
So when Abbey Hotel invited me and Patrik to stay with them for a night, we never even hesitated. I was up for a road trip and an escape from London plus I knew that there would be so much to explore in Bath that the great quality time was pretty much guaranteed.
There is no better place to stay if you are exploring Bath than Abbey Hotel. Located right in the centre of the town, it has all the main historical and touristy attractions literally at its door step. Definitely can’t stay any closer to the famous Roman Baths dating back to c.60 AD.
This cosy hotel has a fantastic atmosphere and an amazing bar & restaurant where we were treated to cocktails and a three – course dinner. I’ll let the food pictures speak for themselves!
One of the things that stands out in Bath is the colour of the entire town. It’s all built in the honey-coloured stone making it rather unique. We spent a day walking the streets, stopping for tea and cake, admiring the architecture and photographing all the cute spots (which there is plenty of). We decided to leave visiting the Roman Baths for the next time when we can come and stay for longer and as a nice incentive to definitely visit this town again.
But, seriously, I think this is one of the most picturesque and unique towns in England and I hope you get a chance to visit it sometime too.