Bath & Cotswolds, England

December 31, 2017

Bath is about 1.5 to 2 hours outside of London by train. It is set in the rolling countryside of southwest England, known for its natural hot springs and 18th-century Georgian architecture. It makes for a nice day trip, but we also wanted to do some hiking on the Cotswold Way so we were there a bit longer.

Here’s what we did!

We took the train from London to bath and started hiking north on the Cotswold way


We saw The Circus, which is, you know, cool.

it’s a bunch of town houses!

The Cotswold way is a path starting in Bath and going up north for 102 miles. How cool!

and so it begins

we came across a quite adorable house!

if only we could figure out how to get to the bed & breakfast…

just because you can see it doesn’t mean it’s easy to get to…


We eventually made it to Toghill House Farm which is about 10 miles north of Bath.


The next morning we took a taxi back to Bath

And dropped our stuff at The Griffin Inn. A hotel right above a pub! Naturally.

We checked out the museum which has the original Roman Baths!


And then had a pasty whilst admiring Bath Abbey

and then we did some more wandering


and we also saw this, which was kind of disturbing.

To finish off an amazing trip, we made sure to go to the Thermae Spa Bath (not my pic). IT IS SO RELAXING and they also have pools indoors as well. The weather was crap but we really enjoyed being outside.


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