Aquae Sulis Guest House

Address: 174-176 Newbridge Road, Bath, Somerset, England, BA1 3LE, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on 174-176 Newbridge Road, Bath, is near Royal Crescent Museum, Ghost Walks of Bath, Guildhall and Banqueting Room, and Bowood Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Bath

    A pleasant week in Weston super Mare

    A travel blog entry by robncarol on Jul 12, 2015

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... for a Disney movie. They were paying very well so everyone had to work around them. The challenge of having to pay to maintain these places must be huge. We also had a look at the Bishops Palace and the lovely cobblestone streets. It is hard to believe how important and powerful the church hierarchy were back in those days. We called in to Axbridge on the way home. It was another nice medieval village with SUCH narrow streets. It would be a ...

    Noah's Ark Farm Park - Church outing.

    A travel blog entry by duncan.murray on Jul 11, 2015

    ... layout and the attractions are really good. There are lots to do for the whole family, it great to see someone with the vision to do this. There will be lots of tired people at the end of the day, looking forward to see Jeff's photos tomorrow at church. This will be a great place to bring Nell in a few years time. Looking forward to a nice Chinese tonight to round off the ...

    Roman baths, Fashion Museum and Avon River Cruise

    A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jul 01, 2015

    39 photos

    ... and skill that was in practice over 2,000 years ago.

    After our time there we grabbed a pastie on the run (bacon, leek and cheese) to share and a nice cold frappachino and made our way up the hill in the 30 degree heat to the 'Fashion Museum'. Your tickets to the Roman Baths give you a reduced entry to this museum which had some wonderful clothes dating back to early 1800's to recent times. At one section you can dress up in ...

    Stonehenge, Abby, the baths of course! I'm in Bath

    A travel blog entry by travelingjess on Feb 25, 2015

    ... How they made it line up perfectly for the summer and winter solstice. They might of not had cars and technology but there intelligence was significant 3) Abby Church - it reminds me of the other old European church's I have seen, on that note nothing special. But it is something special, every stone on that building tells a story, every staircase has had thousands of steps, people from all kinds of walks from life. The windows and ceilings, the sweat and ...

    Bath - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... while you bathed. The legend goes you could scratch a prayer into a piece of metal, toss it with some coins into the sacred pool and Sulis Minerva would answer your prayers. Hundreds of metal plates have been found in the pool asking for vengeance on the person who stole my robe! After the Romans left Britain, I think that was the 5th century, it took all of 50 years for the celts to resume their non-bathing ways. Flooding and silt buried the baths, the ...