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When it comes to a girlies weekend away, there is no better place in the UK then Bath. Bath is a unique city, not only for its hot springs, but for its amazing architecture & history not to mention the shopping! So if it's a girlie weekend you want, Bath is guaranteed to tick all the boxes.

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My visit to Bath has to be one of the most relaxing weekends I have ever had. Such a beautiful city to wander around. I recommend an early visit to The Roman Baths, walk past the Abbey and back towards The Circus and The Royal Crescent before spending the afternoon shopping 

Hen Party in Bath Jacqueline, Nottingham, 2016

Why choose Bath for your hen party?

A firm party weekend favourite of those ladies looking for something chic, sophisticated and frankly amazing! Bath is full of culture, history and the finer things in life! Locals and visitors alike indulge in delicious food from its numerous eateries, restaurants and cafes. Of course no girly weekend away would be complete without a tipple or two – something you won’t have difficulty finding here either. This town oozes class and we are sure you will be tempted into a top notch activity to match – whether it’s a relaxing spa day, an adventurous afternoon, getting crafty and creative or something altogether completely different. Bath won’t disappoint!

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Things to do in Bath


The Royal Crescent

Perhaps one of the most recognisable sights in Bath. The Roayl Crescent is essentially 30 gorgeoys Georgian terrace houses joined together in a semi-circle. The buildings have starred in many-a film and TV show including The Duchess with Kiera Knightley. Nowadays, as well as residences, it plays host to both a luxurious hotel and a historic house museum.

Bath Abbey

Nestled next to the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey is a sight to behold. An amazing example of gothic architecture, the church is well worth a wisit. On a sunny day the Abbey will act as a great linkage between your time at the Roman Baths and a stroll along the rriver.

Royal Victoria Park

Opened in 1830 by a then 11 year old Princess Victoria - the first to carry her name. The park boasts 57 acres of green land including gardens, ponds and lawns. You’ll want to head here on a summers day for a picnic - or perhaps catch one of the open air concerts! Many other activities can be enjoyed here also including golf, tennis and even boating.

Top Attractions

The Roman Baths

Simply the must visit attraction of Bath. Of extreme historical importance the modern day attraction shows the preserved public bathing site including the Scared Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House and museum. Fascinating to learn but just as nice to be in awe of. You can even drink from the spring itself - we’re not too convinced by the taste though!

Thermae Bath Spa

Naturally fed by the local hot springs, the Thermae Bath Spa is fast becoming the number one attraction in Bath. Nothing could be more perfect for a girlie weekend or hen party break. With two thermae baths, two pools, steam room and 20 spa treatment rooms you wont be short of rejuvenation inspiration!

Fashion Museum

One thing us girls love - fashion! And what better way to be inspired for your dancing outfit than to have a peep at historical, iconic and even royal fashion. From real Princess dresses, to award winning pieces like Dress of the Year. Even have the chance to try them out for yourself!



Baths newest shopping development area, SouthGate manages to be both contemporary and exciting and in keeping with Baths Georgian architecture. Home to popular brands such as Urban Outfitters, New Look and Topshop. Not short of places to grab a bite either - check out the Vaults area for restaurants and food outlets.

Upper Town

A truly beautiful part of town - with its amazing Georgian buildings. Find many intriguing independent boutiques. Fashion, home and food - eccentric, vintage and modern. An eclectic cluster of the most gorgeous products and produces. Definitely the place to buy gifts or even better - treat yourself!


A perfect mixture of the two former - recognisable names and specialist independent shops. Picturesque with its quaint alleyways and passages - you’ll sure find something to tick your box, tickle your taste-buds or take or fancy!


Live Music

Live bands, open mic nights and smooth jazz evenings. Bath has it all. Accompany delicious food with great music in a selection of Baths best bars, pubs and restaurants.


Despite Baths quiet and serene reputation as being the place to be to relax - don’t be fooled into thinking you will struggle to find a great night out with drinking, dancing and general misbehaving! It may be a small selection but the clubs in Bath are high class, and deliver entertainment and music alike which is truly on point!


It comes along with Baths job description to be a haven for all things sophisticated and well, a little bit of the finer things in life. So you’ve guessed it, Bath certainly isn’t short of cocktail bars, trendy drinking parlours and quirky watering holes.

How to get to Bath

Located in the south-west of the UK, Bath is accessible by many major motorways, railways and air.

By Car

Ten miles from junction 18 of the M4 motorway so reaching Bath from London is really easy. M4 links to Wales, and the M5 further south. The city itself can become busy at weekends and rush hours (as you would expect) it’s highly recommended to use public transport to get around.

See the approximate distance and travelling time below:

Nottingham - 153 Miles - 2:50 hours
Manchester - 180 Miles - 4:00 hours
Cardiff - 57 Miles - 1 hour
London - 115 Miles - 2:20 hours
Leeds - 220 Miles - 3:50 hours
Newcastle - 307 Miles - 5:20 hours
Glasgow - 383 Miles - 6:15 hours

By Train

Baths railway station is city centre located, making easy access to major shops and central attractions. It’s also handy if wanting to visit nearby towns such as Bristol - Cardiff is also just an hour away! Booking early again is advised so to get the best deal possible.

See the approximate travelling time below:

Nottingham: 3:30 Hours
Manchester: 3:45 Hours
Cardiff: 1:20 Hours
London: 1:30 Hours
Leeds: 4:15 Hours
Newcastle: 5:15 Hours
Glasgow: 6:30 Hours

By Coach

National express operates regular and reliable connections from all major towns and cities within the UK. Booking in advance means you can bag yourself a really cheap ticket! North Parade and Parade Walk play host as coach drop off points.

By Air

The nearest airport to Bath is Bristol - just 20 miles away. Serving 113 destinations, if you were to fly here a transfer bus operates to Bath city centre regularly. Alternatively there is also a more direct airport to city coach service.

Groups of 3 or more people travelling together are often eligible for group travel discounts when travelling by train or coach. Please check with your provider prior to booking your tickets separately.

Bath Customer Reviews

Average 96% out of 100% From 173 Reviews

Bath is so pretty! Not only can you bring out your inner tourist side with all of the history and stunning buildings, you can also get beautified and pampered at The Thermae Spa. There’s no shortage of bars either for a cheeky cocktail.. or ten!

Hen Party Bath Amy, Hull, Bath Hen July 2016

I absolutely loved The Fashion Museum - perfect for a girlie weekend! We spent hours looking at all the amazing dresses. It acted as inspiration for our evenings outfits when we went shopping. If it’s sunny, be sure to visit Victoria Park for a relaxing picnic!

Hen Party Bath Jo, Sheffield, Bath Hen July 2016

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