VisitBritain posted a link
Welcome to the Great West Way - the 125 mile touring route from London to Bristol where the possibilities are endless. You can explore by boat, bike, foot, car, coach or a combination of all. Create an itinerary focused on anything that suits your travel passions and style: cities, family, food and drink, luxury, sports, shopping, royal history, outdoor activities, or film and TV.
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Her Favourite Food & Travel posted a link
I recently spent a weekend in Bath and had the most wonderful time. Bath is internationally renowned for its breathtaking beauty, from its unique Georgian architecture built from distinctive honey coloured ‘Bath stone’ to its incredible natural hot springs. Find out how I spent a weekend soaking up the wonders and foodie delights that Bath has to offer and get some tips for your own trip.
Laura | What's Hot posted a link
This literary tour of Bath will take you through sites connected to Austen, Dickens, Mary Shelley and more. Most bookworms will be aware that Austen’s Northanger Abbey and Persuasion were both set in Bath but this literary city’s connection to Charles Dickens and Mary Shelley are less well known. This guide offers but a glimpse into the Jane Austen sites in Bath and an overview of other literary greats who found inspiration in the beautiful town of Bath.
PlacesWithKids posted a link
Travelling with kids - our recent trip to Bath was extraordinary. What a cute, family friendly location. I was here for a work conference, but decided to take my husband and our two young kids along with me. So many great little hidden gems, cafes, restaurants, the Baths of course. Here are a few of our highlights from our recent family trip to Bath including where stayed and ate.