Remember that time when travel bans caused travel disruptions? For me, it meant getting my travel fix close to home. Happy for me, I live in England, and despite it being small, it is full of beautiful places to explore. Don’t believe me? See my weekend guide for visits in England HERE. This is how I spent 3 days visiting Bath, Stonehenge & Castle Combe.
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Day Trip From London
I had had the chance to visit Bath and Stonegenge on a London: Windsor Castle, Stonehenge & Bath Full-Day Tour from London during my first visit to England. Admittedly, I don’t think I remember much of the Bath itself. That being said, if you are limited on time, I highly recommend this tour.
3 Days Visiting Bath
Bath is the perfect place to return to and explore properly. I most certainly was not disappointed and would highly recommend not rushing the visit. From Bath you can discover it’s neighboring sites of Stonehenge and Castle Combe.
Where to Stay In Bath
Abbey Rise Bed & Breakfast – A must stay in Bath! The perfect home away from home. The owner, Katherine went above and beyond in accommodating us. Katherine was our local expert and her little details at the B&B did not go unnoticed. This B&B is a beautiful property close to the city center, offering a fantastic breakfast for all appetite levels and with parking onsite.
Must Visit In Bath
- Castle Combe – Spend an afternoon visiting the quaint English village of Castle Combe in the Cotswolds named often as the “prettiest village in England”.
- Stonehenge – This prehistoric monument is one of the wonders of the world. Click HERE to see how to visit for FREE.
- View the Bath skyline at “Bathwick Meadow Hill” – The hill includes a 6-mile trail if you fancy a stroll.
- Walk through the city of Bath – See highlights like The Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, Royal Crescent & Parade Gardens.
Download The Bath, Stonehenge & Castle Combe Guide
See how easy it is to spend a relaxing 3 days visiting Bath, Stonehenge and Castle Combe using this pocket size travel guide. It’s packed with the top things to do, best spots to eat and must stay places.
Including a link of how to visit Stonehenge for FREE!!!
or click on the images below to access the guide via Canva.