Tag: south west england

Cheap Hotels in Bath City Centre

Bath is a world-famous city. It’s absolutely drenched in history, with fascinating tales from Roman times to the present day. It has fascinating Roman baths, a beautiful Abbey which was the site of the coronation of the first king of all of England, and gorgeous Georgian architecture. The Romans found…

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Free Things to do in Bath and Budget Travel Tips

Bath is an iconic city bursting with British culture and history; somewhere that I was lucky to live in for a year. Although it’s beaten to the title of the cheapest city in Britain by pretty much everywhere other than London, it’s a delight to visit – the quaint architecture…

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All of the Best Things To Do in Bristol: Amazing Bristol Travel Guide

Bristol, Bristol, Bristol… I could go on for years about my love for this place. There are so many amazing things to do in Bristol: the street art and liberal attitude of Stokes Croft, the charming architecture of Clifton Village, the picturesque Harbourside. Anybody who lives here – people who…

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Eight things that the West Country does best

I was devastated when I moved out of Bristol last year, but I didn’t exactly go far. After a summer stint in Guatemala, I returned back to the West Country, just thirteen miles away from Bristol, in Bath town centre. This time, I’m actually leaving. I’m moving out of area of…

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Wells and Glastonbury Day Trip from London: A How-To Guide

I’m a little bit in love with Somerset – there’s something about the rolling hills and tranquil villages of this county that instantly relaxes me. Not to mention the fantastic character that Somerset has – Bristol, on it’s Northern border is, after all, the most charismatic place I’ve ever known,…

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Things to do in Bradford on Avon

Snugly nestled in rolling Wiltshire countryside, just over the border from Somerset and a mere fifteen minute drive from Bath, Bradford on Avon has a distinct beauty and charm found only in untouched British towns. Based on the River Avon, as the name suggests, the town has been inhabited since…

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