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Best Bath vacation rentals

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University Of Bath City Accommodation - Bath
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Hiding Space Westgate Apartments - Bath - Living room
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Grosvenor Apartments
8.2 Very Good
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The Design Studio
8.3 Very Good
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Thistle Barn
8 Very Good
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Charlecote House
9.3 Wonderful
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Vacation rentals near Museum of Bath Architecture

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University Of Bath City Accommodation - Bath
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Top tips for finding Bath vacation rental deals

  • If you’re going to Bath for a weekend trip, find a place close to public transport. Bath has an excellent Park and Ride bus system. Look for Bath holiday homes near the main bus stops, or book a holiday rental in the town centre so you can access multiple bus lines. Consider staying at Central Bath Apartment or Anabelle’s Guest House.
  • Do you love Roman antiquity? The city of Bath is named for the ancient Roman Baths that are still preserved today. While they are no longer operational, there are baths nearby if you’re feeling inspired. Stay close by in the city centre so you can enjoy your day at the baths. Consider staying at The Black Fox, a short walk from the Thermae Bath Spa. Between that and the Roman Baths is also Hiding Space - St Catherine’s Hospital Apartments.
  • Want to stay in a historical village? There are a couple to choose from: Combe Down and Bathampton. Both provide an authentic historic stay and are a short drive from Bath city centre. For Bath house rentals in Combe Down, consider staying at De Montalt Wood. Alternatively, look for a place close to Bathampton, such as the Wee Grange. Both are available through the KAYAK website.
  • Want to stay somewhere with a view? Bath has impressive architecture that you’ll want to see from your room, so look for a place with a direct view of the city and Bath Abbey. Consider a stay at the Bath Roof Terrace Apartment, City Centre, Sleeps 8. It has a rooftop that offers a panoramic view of the city.
  • Do you love antique shopping? Find Bath holiday homes near Lansdown Road for the best antique shops. Stay locally so you can shop around and drop off your purchases quickly. Consider a stay at Darcy’s View or the New Brunswick - Recently refurbished, contemporary and stylish two-bedroom apartment. 
  • Pet-friendly and hot tub are the most popular holiday rental property amenities in Bath
  • Holiday rentals in Bath are around 51% more expensive than hotels on average. Search here to compare prices for all accommodation types in Bath.
  • The best holiday rental properties in Bath are Barn In Beautiful Rural Location 4 Miles From The City Of Bath (9.8, 36 reviews), Ida's Nook (9.6, 66), and Bath Boating Station (9.5, 380), based on ratings and reviews from real travellers.
  • If you’re looking for a cheap holiday rental in Bath, you should consider visiting during the low season. The cheapest holiday homes in Bath can be found in February and October.
  • The cheapest night for renting a holiday home in Bath is Sunday. In contrast, the most expensive is Friday.
  • Book your Bath holiday rental at least 56 days before your stay begins to get the best price.
  • Holiday rentals are a popular choice for both long and short-term stays. KAYAK users usually book their holiday rental in Bath for 1 days.
  • The cheapest Bath holiday rental found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was €149, while the most expensive was €149.

FAQs when booking a holiday home in Bath

  • How much is a holiday rental for a week in Bath?

    The average price for a weekly Bath holiday rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is €3,456.

  • How much is a holiday rental for a month in Bath?

    The average price for a monthly Bath holiday rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is €14,812.

  • What types of holiday rentals are available in Bath?

    There are loads of different property types that you can make your holiday home in Bath. You’ll find apartments, cottages, homestays, campgrounds and barns.

  • What are some of the most-loved holiday rentals available in Bath?

    If you’re looking for something special, the holiday rental most loved by KAYAK users is University Of Bath City Accommodation.

  • Are there any pet-friendly holiday rentals in Bath?

    There are a number of dog and pet-friendly Bath holiday rentals, with around 11% allowing you to bring your pet along with you.

  • How much is a holiday rental in Bath?

    KAYAK users have found holiday rentals in Bath for as cheap as €96 in the last 3 days. The average price is €494.

  • How much is a holiday rental in Bath for tonight?

    In the last 72 hours, users have found Bath holiday rentals for tonight for as low as €74. Search here for similar prices

  • How can I find holiday rentals near me in Bath?

    Take a look at our holiday rentals map to find the best holiday rental homes near you.

  • Where should I stay if I want to see museums?

    There are plenty of museums to see in Bath, and most of them are located in the city centre. Consider staying close by so you can avoid driving to the museums. The Landsdown Slope Townhouse is an 18th-century building within walking distance of the main museums.

  • Which neighbourhood is good for shopping? 

    For shopping in Bath, head to the pedestrian lane Margaret’s Buildings, near The Royal Crescent. Here you can find art galleries and jewellery shops, plus other charming boutiques and independent shops. Find Bath holiday rentals close by so you can access the shops on foot. Consider a stay at Lady Margaret’s or Catherine Place View. Both are available through the KAYAK website.

  • Which neighbourhood is recommended for nightlife in Bath?

    Bath nightlife is filled with pubs, bars, restaurants and nightclubs spread throughout the city centre. To have access to all the best places, find Bath holiday rentals in the central area. Consider staying at Hiding Space - Trim Street Apartments, DoubleTree by Hilton Bath, or Harington’s Hotel.

  • Where is an alternative neighbourhood? 

    If you want to escape the main tourist areas, head over to Walcot. Here you can find small charming pubs, beautiful Georgian houses and interesting boutiques. Stay in Bath holiday rentals close by so you can enjoy this charming neighbourhood. Consider a stay at 1 London Street or Chatham House - Central Townhouse. Both are within walking distance of the main shops and close to the river.

Where to stay in Bath?

Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Bath by showing you the exact location of each holiday rental.