Radstock Hotel

Market Place, Bath, Somerset, England, BA3 3AD, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
Prices starting from $97.00
 

Travel Blogs from Bath

Gun-running at Gatwick

A travel blog entry by 5howarths

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... us brekkie and wave us off. Aunty Weezy took us to Gatwick where all went well until the nice security lady unzipped Lenny's bag to find his unauthorised nerf gun. Supervisor...long wait...being stared at by passersby...

So we are about to board!

More later.
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Burton to Bath

A travel blog entry by kay27

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... the Tank Engine stories lived in Bath - the meaning of a wallflower...at a ball, the eligible ladies would be seated in 2 circles, the rich and/or attractive ones in the inner circle and the less attractive and/or the ones whose fathers did not have money were seated in the outer circle; as the dancing proceeded, the outer circle of chairs would be pushed further out, becoming pushed against the ...

Cambridge to Castle Combe, via "the other place"

A travel blog entry by kay27

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... arriving at The Old House at Home in Burton (not actually on Castle Combe), had a drive around the area and went to Castle Combe... - a very quaint, idyllic village (hopefully the photos will show that!) Dinner back at "The Old House"...Mum had pork tenderloins, veges and mash; I had a rump steak with triple cooked chips (sounded better than they tasted). Cost = ...

Sun, Picnics, Trains and the Somerset levels

A travel blog entry by ashbysontour

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... Wales. After a few photos and a coffee we headed over the Severn Bridge back to England. The afternoon was long but the sun shone We headed down another long hill down to Wells and met up with Steve's family .From there we set off for the last 10mile push along the levels to Glastonbury . James : I have very little to say on this particular blog other than I admire the high esteem in which Elaine holds her husband........see ...

The Georgians, Romans and shopping

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

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... there was John Wood the architect followed by his son John Wood the younger who designed much of the Bath architecture using the local stone. He was the first to design crescent shaped buildings. Between 1767-1775 they designed and built the Royal Crescent, Circus and several other buildings. A home in the Royal Crescent today goes for about $7 million. However the real beginnings of Bath began in 43 AD when the ...

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Location

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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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good