BATH'S HIDDEN BEAUTY TOUR

ESCAPE THE CROWDS

AND EXPLORE BEAUTIFUL PARTS OF BATH OFTEN MISSED BY TOURISTS

BATH'S HIDDEN BEAUTY TOUR OVERVIEW

Private walking tour exploring a historic & beautiful part of Bath that is often missed by tourists - perfect for visitors who have already seen the main sights in Bath or for visitors looking to escape the crowds.
 

You will see the magnificent Bathwick Estate which includes Pulteney Bridge, Bath's longest boulevard, Jane Austen's house and a famous building used in the recent Bridgerton Netflix series! We will walk through the Sydney Gardens and enjoy a walk along the picturesque Kennet & Avon canal as it weaves its way around the centre. During the tour I will reveal the interesting stories behind the places and buildings we see.
 

Tour duration: 90 minutes

Tour frequency: Daily 

Start time: Morning or afternoon option: 10am or 2pm

Meeting point: Outside the entrance to the Abbey Hotel in the centre of Bath, just a few minutes walk from the Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths museum.

Tour price: £90 for your private group

COVID-19 INFO:

We will be outdoors for the duration of the tour so face-coverings are optional. The tour is private so it will only be you and your family/friends.

Bath Insider Tours has been awarded the "We're Good to Go" certification by the National Tourism Board of England to recognise it is following government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and has appropriate measures in place. For more information on these measures please click on the "We're Good to Go" logo.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The tour ends in the centre of Bath. If you are staying in the neighbouring city of Bristol I can also collect you and drop you back in Bristol for an additional fee - please contact me for details.

INSIDER TIP: If you are interested in making a full day out of your sightseeing you may like to combine this tour with a tour of picturesque villages near Bath (Lacock and Castle Combe tour), or a visit to the unique town of Glastonbury or a visit to the region's most famous attraction: Stonehenge.