Radstock Hotel

Address: Market Place, Bath, Somerset, England, BA3 3AD, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Market Place, Bath, is near No. 1 Royal Crescent, Alexandra Park, Radstock Museum, and Somerset Levels and Moors Wetland.
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      Travel Blogs from Bath

      More in hope than anticipation ...

      A travel blog entry by jmcefalas on Nov 10, 2014

      ... and my heart is thrilled but leaving a 19 year old cat to be intermittently cared for by others is definitely not fair. Dad has a good and currently functioning care package. K is able to manage without me at a pinch.

      I have plans to visit Copenhagen (due this month but that's not going to happen now, sadly). London is a day trip away and eminently doable. If I get to Plan B (a van) I will have a lot more freedom of movement ...

      Week 6 - Back to school...

      A travel blog entry by jaspers_life on Nov 09, 2014

      As you could probably guess from the title of this entry, I went back to school last week. *plays sad music* In less depressing news, how is it in Australia? Nice and sunny and warm? How nice...because it's definitely not like that here. It's cold, and Christmas adverts flood the telly. If you think that it's too early for Christmas adverts, prepare yourself. I was in sainsbury's (the English version of woolworths) ...

      Fun with Fear

      A travel blog entry by brendasjoy on Nov 09, 2014

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... I just took care of business, without any dramatics, any self-pity, any judgment, why, the next step would be a permanent loss of standards! I would forever only have my copper pot, I would be happy with nothing, even in filth, and I would never desire beauty again; I would no longer be me. This felt like death, especially to the young parts of me. However illogical it sounds now, I know my biggest fear was loss of my choosing, discerning self.


      Our kind of cosplay

      A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Sep 13, 2014

      7 photos

      After a whirlwind two days in London, we took an evening train down to Bath to get ourselves settled in for 4 days of Regency bliss at the Jane Austen Festival. To think back to our nerves and insecurities we felt on Friday night - it was completely unnecessary! As it turns out, the McCandless sisters are widely considered as local beauties, and everything we desired, we got - and then some! Saturday is a big day for the week-long festival; the Guinness World ...

      Museums in Bath

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Jun 05, 2014

      5 photos

      ... and continued to collect his whole life. There are several Gainsborough portraits, Dutch paintings, silver, porcelain, miniatures and all sorts of eclectic art in the museum. It's well done and has a café where we have lunch. Behind the museum is Regency Park where Jane Austen and his sister would often walk. The house where they lived before her father died is just across the street. We walk through the park on our way ...