from £329 – 2 Nights*
County Hotel – Bath
The County Hotel in Bath City Centre is a 4 star luxury guest house hotel offering chic up-scale rooms with splendid views over the city’s famous Recreation Ground and Bath Abbey. Ideally located just a gentle stroll from Bath’s ‘World Heritage Site’ attractions & within walking distance of all the major tourist attractions, city centre & amenities; The County Hotel is the perfect location for our tennis breaks in Bath.
Guest have available all the facilities you would expect to find in any of the top Bath hotels including free Wi-Fi, free onsite parking, an onsite bar with Sky tv, 24 hour staffed reception with friendly staff, a seated terrace area & a choice of full English breakfast or continental breakfast.
The County Hotel Bath is situated in the picturesque location of Bath City Centre, Somerset, just a short walk to many of the areas tourist destinations. With 20 en-suite bedrooms, you can enjoy a night in a well-furnished and comfortable environment and get a great night’s sleep. Our rooms range from a standard double, to a superior double to a deluxe king or deluxe twin, all fully furnished to a high modern standard.
- Tea/coffee making facilities
- Flat screen
- Modern bathroom
- Direct dial telephone
- Free Wifi
- Free parking
* Price based on 4 people sharing two twin/double rooms with 6 hours group coaching. Bookings can be made all year round, subject to availability.
A dynamic centre for tennis with outdoor spring/summer tennis and indoor tennis courts for the winter season. The tennis centre at the Sports Training Village has an LTA International High Performance Centre status marking it out as one of the top four in the UK. Bath University has world class facilities which are host to many county, regional, national and international competitions.
We can organise private or group lessons for all levels from beginners to professionals, just tell us exactly what you require and we will arrange it.
All our programmes include the following**
- Analysis and technique of every stroke
- Drills and real situation points
- Tactical training
- Learn how to finish the points
- Drills to improve your foot work and coordination
** Minimum five hours
We offer a thriving club coaching programme for all ages and abilities, including options for individual lessons.
Our team of first class tennis coaches each have experience of playing tennis at a high level and work hard to tailor coaching sessions to suit the needs of individual players.
Rates include an excellent full English breakfast or continental breakfast.
This page is dedicated to all you food connoisseur‘s out there, or those of you who just love good tasty grub! Here at The County, Bath we provide the ideal base location to explore and discover some of Bath’s hidden food outlets. While Bath is populated with all of the regular restaurant and bar chains such as Revolution, Giraffe, Gourmet Burger Kitchen and Nando’s, not to mention an abundance of coffee shops such as M&S Café, Levazza and Costa, we wanted to give you the names of some places that will really tickle your taste buds.
The first recommendation has to be Sotto Sotto. Situated just steps away from the Roman Baths, and within walking distance from the hotel, Sotto Sotto is rated number 1 out of 462 restaurants in Bath, according to Trip Advisor (see its reviews here). Its relaxed atmosphere and simplistic yet contemporary Italian cuisine makes it the perfect venue for couples, friends and families. The restaurant itself has just undergone complete refurbishment, and the food has been compared to that found in modern Rome. We advise that bookings in advance are essential.
If you are looking to soak up a little culture, Sally Lunn’s world famous Tea Rooms is not to be missed! The historic building is one of the oldest houses in Bath and is one of the city’s major tourist attractions. Make sure you order one of Sally Lunn’s secret recipe buns, topped with either a sweet or savoury delight!
Tilleys is situated next door to Sally Lunn’s tea rooms. The building was once the refectory for the monks of Bath Abbey and still has two huge original fireplaces. Spread over three rooms on two levels, the restaurant comfortably seats 70 and offers a French-biased but very varied menu which delivers fresh quality food at affordable prices.
The Cosy Club (situated near Debenhams) is one of our personal favourites – the clue is in the name! The quirky dining space offers casual dining in a family friendly environment. With menu options such as Pulled Pork Panini’s and Fish-Finger sandwiches, its industrial-chic meets kitsch Victoriana!
If Indian is your flavour, we highly recommend The Mint Room, on Lower Bristol Road for a mixture of Indian classics with a modern twist!
Finally let’s not forget about those of you with a sweet tooth. Visit Ben’s Cookies in the back streets of the city centre to indulge in a mouth-watering selection of freshly baked cookies!.
Sports & Entertainment
Although the city is famous for its beautiful architecture, iconic sights and fascinating history, all of which have attracted visitors for thousands of years, there are plenty of other things to do in Bath too…
How about taking to the skies and viewing Bath from above with a hot air balloon flight? The Royal Crescent and other such iconic sights look equally as stunning from the sky as they do from ground level!
If you fancy catching some live entertainment when looking for things to do in Bath, make sure you grab a front row seat at a concert, comedy gig, musical or play at the theatre.
Adventurous types looking for things to do in Bath can take to the water, a slightly different way to get to know the city. Hire a canal boat, enjoy a tour along the River Avon or just jump straight in at a wild swimming spot!
And if you do want to explore the rich heritage that underpins Bath so prominently, there are opportunities to delve into Roman, Regency and Georgian eras, with a raft of different events and experiences on offer.
The city’s diverse collection of fascinating museums allows you to unearth everything from where William Herschel discovered the planet Uranus to what was at the height of fashion 100 years ago and how Jane Austen spent her time in Bath.