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Bath is a historic city in the south-west of the UK, in the picturesque county of Somerset. Renowned for its Georgian architecture and links to Jane Austin, Bath was first settled around AD 60 by the Romans as a spa town. This was due to the natural springs which rise in the city and are said to have healing properties. Bath Thermae Spa is still a popular attraction for locals and visitors alike to unwind and relax. In 1987, the City of Bath was designated as a World Heritage Site. Its proximity to London and a whole host of hotels and bed and breakfast locations make it a popular destination for tourists.
Setting up your business here
Regular trains run from Bath to London and take only an hour and a half. Bath is also close to the M4 motorway and Bristol airport, making it a popular location for businesses. The University of Bath has a world-renowned reputation. Bath is home to many marketing, public relations and recruitment agencies. The popular brand Bath Ales comes from the city, and the Help Hire Group PLC have their head office in Bath. Conference organisers are spoilt for choice, with many venues in and around Bath such as the Queensbury Hotel, the Assembly Rooms and the Guildhall. Setting up your business in Bath is easy, with many office locations and shops conveniently located on your doorstep. The train station is close to the city centre, so there is never far to travel in the city.
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Things to do in Bath
There are many things to keep you entertained in Bath. For those who enjoy sport, Bath has one of the top rugby clubs in the country, and Bath Racecourse has regular meetings. Both have options for corporate hospitality, making them an ideal place to entertain business associates. The Roman Baths and Museum are a major tourist attraction, as is the American Museum which has different exhibitions throughout the year. On a sunny day, take a walk along the waterfront and up to the Royal Crescent – one of the best examples of Georgian architecture in the country. There are cafés and restaurants to suit all tastes; The Firehouse Rotisserie has an extensive menu, and Jamie's Italian is a popular choice. Alfresco dining is popular in the picturesque city, and the Roman Baths Kitchen is right in the centre, and Hall and Woodhouse has a roof terrace so you can enjoy the spectacular view after work.
- Tube lines: N/A
- Mainline stations: Bath Spa, Oldfield Park
- Nearest motorways: M4
- Nearest airports: Bristol
- Other: Avon Valley Cycleway runs all the way to Bristol