With its distinctive Georgian architecture, winding streets and Roman baths, it's little wonder that Bath has been described as "the grandest and most elegant city in England" by Condé Nast Traveller. We rarely see deals at all for this popular spot, but this offer from the 4-star Bailbrook Lodge comes in at £75 per person for a 2-night break until March.
Saving up to 41% on the regular price, the deal includes accommodation in a Standard Room, plus:
Valid for Sunday-Thursday stays until 3 March. Friday and Saturday nights are available for an extra £10 per person, per night. Upgrades to a 4-poster room are available for an extra £5 per person, per night.
Bailbrook Lodge is a Grade II-listed Georgian manor house, seven minutes' drive from the centre of Bath that comes Highly Commended by the AA. The 15 bedrooms overlook the property's gardens and come with a complimentary fruit basket, tea and ground cafetiere coffee, biscuits and mineral water. Parking is free. Brasserie Brunel is a french-style restaurant, housed within sister property, The Royal Hotel, in the centre of town.
Bath is England's only UNESCO World Heritage City, and is home to Roman baths and striking architecture from the Georgian and Regency eras. It was recently used as a location for the film adaptation of Les Misérables, which is released next month.
Travelzoo tip: The hotel can organise tickets to the renowned Thermae Spa in the city with a 2 -hour session for £26 per person and will provide a complimentary towel, cotton slippers, shampoo and shower gel.