somerset places (showing 100 of 120 results)
The Cross Buckland Dinham Frome BA11 2QS
A cosy yet contemporary country boutique B&B just outside the delightful Somerset town of Frome.
Bagborough Near Taunton Somerset TA4 3DY
Luxury holiday cottages in a beautiful Somerset location.
Middle Stone Farm
Brompton Ralph Somerset TA4 2RT
A beautiful Somerset glamping site with safari tents, a deckhouse and holiday cottage - and your own personal hot tub!
Brooks Guesthouse Bath
1 Crescent Gardens Upper Bristol Road Bath Somerset BA1 2NA
Small boutique hotel close to Bath city centre.
Laverton Bath Somerset BA2 7QY
Boutique B&B in a beautiful Somerset village within easy reach of Bath.
The Chapel, Somerset
The Street Ubley Near Bristol Somerset BS40 6PD
A beautifully renovated 19th century Somerset village chapel situated on the edge of the Mendip Hills.
Oxenford Dowlish Wake Ilminster Somerset TA19 0PP
Beautifully furnished contemporary apartment in the depths of rural Somerset - perfect for two!
50 Rivers St, Bath BA1 2QA
Award-winning gastro pub, a short amble from the Royal Crescent.
Bistro La Barrique
31 Barton Street Bath BA1 1HG
The unprepossessing exterior belies a cosy (and popular) spot built around the concept of
18 York Street Bath BA1 1HG
The convenient location, just moments from the Roman Baths and Abbey, means the ground
2 John Street Bath BA1 2JL
Top Californian eatery, centrally located in an old wool shop on John Street and
Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights
14–15 John Street Bath BA1 2JL
Beloved independent bookstore spread over three floors of heaving shelves. It keeps
4–7 Russell Street Bath BA1 2QF
Bath’s coolest hotel, spread across four Georgian townhouses
Royal Victoria Park
Marlborough Lane Bath BA1 2LZ
Royal Victoria Park is a great place for a picnic or a gentle stroll, and has a fabulous kids' playground.
Same Same but Different
7A Princes Buildings Bath BA1 2ED
Chill out with the Sunday papers over breakfast or brunch at this Spanish-flavoured city
61 Walcot Street, Bath BA1 5BN
Delightful deli-cum--café, where homemade fresh food is the order of the day.
6 St Margaret’s Buildings Brock St Bath BA1 2LP
Uber is well worth a stop on your way to the Royal Crescent – a unique and rather special
11–12 Bartlett Street Bath BA1 2QZ
Bath’s best kaiten sushi restaurant (where dishes loop pass diners on a conveyor belt), Yen Sushi is one of the finest places in the West Country...
Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen
2 North Parade Passage Bath BA1 1NX
Veggie and vegan restaurant in a historic Georgian townhouse
Colonna & Small's
6 Chapel Row, Bath, BA1 1HN
Coffee at its most wonderfully nerdy.
17 Argyle Street, Bath BA2 4BQ
A shop that has something cool for everyone.
Great Pulteney Street, Bath, BA2 4DB
Graceful 18th-century building housing electic art amid glorious grounds
Topping & Company
The Paragon Bath BA1 5LS
As much a community book club as a retail outlet, this friendly store stocks over 30,000
10 Milsom Place Bath BA1 1BZ
The Bath branch of Jamie Oliver’s ever-expanding restaurant empire is an attractive
Assembly Rooms Bennett Street Bath BA1 2QH
Housed in the historic Assembly Rooms, this museum charts fashion and its followers from
Thermae Bath Spa
The Hetling Pump Room Hot Bath Street Bath BA1 1SJ
The Romans recognised the healing power of Bath's waters over 2,000 years ago, and you
10a Queen Street Bath BA1 1HE
On a side street just south of Queen Square (look out for the blue bicycle outside), this
4 & 5 Kingsmead Square, Bath, BA1 2AB
Fresh, bright space, with lots of nooks and crannies – and good for kids
Jane Austen Centre
40 Gay Street Bath BA1 2NT
This homage to Jane Austen explores her numerous connections to the city – she spent five
4 North Parade Passage Bath BA1 1NX
Firmly on the tourist trail but worth stopping at to sample their eponymous buns, still
Victoria Art Gallery
Bridge Street Bath BA2 4AT
Compact but impressive permanent collection and excellent temporary exhibitions, often of local artists' work.
Vintage to Vogue
28 Milsom St Bath BA1 1DG
Bath is great for those rare vintage finds, and here you will find everything from vintage
1 Upper Oldfield Park Bath BA2 3JX
Beautiful Bath-stone Victorian mansion turned upmarket B&B
Bath Boutique Stays
11 Queen’s Parade Bath Somerset BA1 2NJ
Rent your own apartment, in the heart of the city.
The Culbone Porlock Minehead TA24 8JW
Exmoor National Park’s highest restaurant.
Kewstoke Weston Super Mare Somerset BS22 9YU
A well hidden camping jewel in National Trust land.
6 Pierrepont Place, Bath BA1 1JX
Stylish self-catering townhouse – in the heart of the town
17 Margarets Buildings Bath BA1 2LP
If bags are your bag, stop by the boutique of Bath designer Liz Cox, on fashionable
Marshall Wade's House
Marshall Wade's House Abbey Churchyard Bath Somerset BA1 1LT
Fabulous traditional town house in the centre of Bath – owned by the Landmark Trust.
9A Bartlett St Bath BA1 2QZ
Mee is a one-stop women's fashion, beauty, accessories and lifestyle boutique, with French
The Olive Tree
Queensberry Hotel Russell Street Bath BA1 2QF
Swanky restaurant in the basement of The Queensberry hotel, serving passionately prepared
West Hayes Halse Taunton Somerset TA4 3AE
Stay in this railway cottage and you will be well chuffed.
Theatre Royal Bath
Sawclose Bath BA1 1ET
Bath’s Theatre Royal has a strong programme of drama, music and comedy in its Main House
American Museum In Britain
Claverton Manor Bath BA2 7BD
Housed in a historic manor house, this is the only museum of Americana outside the United
88 Walcot Street Bath BA1 5BD
The Bath branch of this upmarket West Country chain enjoys a dramatic setting in a fine Arts and Crafts church
Abbey Churchyard Bath BA1 1LY
A place of worship for over a thousand years, Bath Abbey’s light-filled interior is most
13 Pierrepont Street Bath BA1 1LA
Good-value hostel right in the thick of things, just a few minutes’ walk from the Roman Baths and Abbey.
The Bath Priory
Weston Road Bath BA1 2XT
Award-winning country-house hotel
The Bath Priory Restaurant
Weston Road Bath BA1 2XT
The Priory Hotel’s restaurant is one of Bath’s swankiest establishments
Bath Skyline Walk
Recently voted the best National Trust walk in Britain, the six-mile Bath Skyline follows around the hills surrounding the city.
Bea's Vintage Tea Rooms
68 Saville Row Bath BA1 2QP
Sip posh brews in retro-funky 1940s surounds.
21 Union Passage Bath BA1 1RD
By universal consent, Ben’s do the best cookies in Bath – so good that the locals consider
14 Pulteney Gardens, Bath BA2 4HG
Victorian villa with French flair, right near the river and minutes from the city centre.
Building of Bath Collection
The Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel The Vineyards The Paragon Bath BA1 5NA
Tucked away off The Paragon, in the former Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel, this
4 Saville Row, Bath BA1 2QP
Tucked-away French bistro, with guaranteed Gallic charm and a warm welcome.
The Circus Bath BA1 2EU
Designed by John Wood the Elder and considered by many to be his finest work, The Circus
The Dower House
The Royal Crescent Hotel, 16 Royal Crescent Bath BA1 2LS
Fine dining and classy service in the heart of the Royal Crescent...
2/3 South Parade, Bath, BA2 4AA
Funky launch-pad for forays into Bath
Hall & Woodhouse
1 Old King St Bath BA1 2JW
Dorset brewers Hall & Woodhouse (of Badger ales fame) took over the old Bonhams auction
Herschel Museum of Astronomy
19 New King Street Bath Somerset BA1 2BL
Dinky museum in a typical Georgian townhouse restored to the time when it was the home of
Hudson Bar & Grill
14 London St Bath BA1 5BU
Uber-chic bar and restaurant fashioned from a former pub that is famous locally not only
Komedia Arts Café
22–23 Westgate Street Bath BA1 1EP
Fresh, organic fare served up in one of Bath's best comedy venues
14 George Street Bath BA1 2EN
The best live venue in Bath, Moles has been an essential south-west stop for the biggest
The Gallery, 5 London Street Bath BA1 5BU
Beautiful paintings of Bath and the countryside, plus rock'n'roll icons, in a wonderful realist style.
One Small Step One Giant Leap
6 Cheap Street Bath BA1 1NE
Flagship store for the country’s best children’s shoe retailer. They sell super school
One Three Nine
Leighton House 139 Wells Road Bath BA2 3AL
Boutique B&B with a contemporary style
Pulteney Bridge Bath BA2 4AY
Graceful Pulteney Bridge, straddling the Avon above a softly curving weir, is perhaps the
The Pump Room
Stall Street Bath BA1 1LZ
The social heart of Georgian Bath, the Pump Room is a classy spot for a leisurely lunch.
7 Queen Street Bath BA1 1HE
Superb little freehouse serving an ever-changing range of real ales (including the
The Roman Baths
Abbey Churchyard, Bath BA1 1LZ
Fascinating exploration of the ancient hot springs and the Roman city that grew up around them.
The Royal Crescent
The Royal Crescent Bath BA1 2LR
Fronted by manicured lawns that run down to Royal Victoria Park, Bath’s most famous street
3 John Street Bath BA1 2JL
Attractive Bath Ales pub in an old chop house down an alley near the main Milsom Street
102 Walcot Street Bath BA1 5BG
Schwartz Bros have been doing chargrilled gourmet burgers since the 1980s and this
SouthGate Bath BA1 1AQ
The designers of SouthGate, Bath’s new shopping precinct, have tried hard to keep the
The Star Inn
23 The Vineyards The Paragon Bath BA1 5NA
Set into a row of Georgian houses at the western end of George Street, the Star Inn is a
4 Edgar Buildings, George Street Bath BA1 2EE
Bath's best cocktail bar – with a fine terrace too.
The Bathwick Boatman
Forester Road, Bathwick, Bath BA2 6QP
Fresh, earthy flavours, served with a fine view of the River Avon.
7 Belmont, Lansdown Road Bath BA1 5DZ
A historic townhouse designed by John Wood the Younger a few minutes’ walk from his famous Royal Crescent.
The Bertinet Bakery
6 New Bond Street, Bath BA1 1BH
Divine artisan baked goods: take away, eat on site or learn to make them yourself
Boston Tea Party
19 Kingsmead Square Bath Somerset BA1 2AE
Bath outlet of this award-winning West Country mini-chain.
Circus Cafe and Restaurant
34 Brock Street, Bath, BA1 2LN
Classy British cuisine, served up without pretention between Bath's two poshest addresses
5 Edward Street, Bath BA2 4DT
A right regal retreat: stay in Prince Charles's Bath townhouse
Theatre Royal Bath Sawclose Bath Somerset BA1 1ET
Fun theatre for kids of all ages.
The Garricks Head
7 & 8 St Johns Place Bath BA1 1ET
Theatrical pub serving fine local grub – including arguably the best fish-n-chips in Bath
3 Belvedere Landsdown Rd Bath BA1 5ED
Cosy wine bar and pizzeria, worth the uphill walk.
Green Park Brasserie
Green Park Brasserie, Green Park Station, Bath, BA1 1JB
Super station-turned-restaurant, good for brunch, lunch, dinner and jazz
The Griffin Inn
Beauford Square Bath Somerset BA1 2AP
Elegant pub serving real ales, tucked away in central Bath.
Bath Guildhall Market High Street Bath BA2 4AW
Indoor den of delights in historic Bath-centre building.
The Hop Pole
7 Albion Buildings Upper Bristol Road Bath BA1 3AR
Brilliant boozer near the park, with local ales and great grub.
4 Bartlett Street Bath BA1 2QZ
Emporium of outdoor gear – with staff who know their onions.
36 Thomas Street Bath Somerset BA1 5NN
Lauded gastropub, well worth the walk out of the centre of Bath.
Little Theatre Cinema
St Michaels Pl Bath Somerset BA1 1SG
Charming independent cinema with 1930s vibe.
1 Bartlett Street Bath BA1 2QZ
Fancy shopping and handsome cakes, under one chic roof.
9A Bartklett St Bath BA1 2QZ
Connected through an archway to Mee Boutique, Lux is the best ladies’ shoe and accessory
The Makery Emporium & Workshop
16 Northumberland Place Bath BA1 5AR
Gorgeous haberdashery selling beautiful bits and pieces, plus creative courses too
12 Manvers Street Bath Somerset BA1 1JQ
Delightful den of designer and vintage clothes – at delightful prices.
The Mint Room
Longmead Gospel Hall, Lower Bristol Road, Bath BA2 3EB
Classy take on the curry house, where British ingredients get an Indian twist.
Old Bank Antique Centre
14–17, 20 Walcot Buildings London Road Bath BA1 6AD
The largest antiques retailer in Bath, its dozen dealers fill over twenty rooms with a variety of browsable goods.
8–10 North Parade Bath BA2 4AL
Nice option near the Roman Baths
River Avon, Bath
The River Avon cuts right through Bath, and following it as it flows over the weir below