The Best Family Friendly Hotels In Bath

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The best child friendly hotels and apartments in Bath, England. Great locations. Big family options.

Apex City of Bath Hotel

Good indoor swimming pool, central location, spa, very good staff, comfortable beds.

Royal Crescent Hotel

Classic Georgian building in a beautiful location. 15 mins walk from centre. Spacious family suites.

Abbey Hotel

Pets allowed, 2 mins walk from The Roman Baths and Bath Abbey, great breakfast.

Ivythorpe Coach House

Holiday home sleeps 6, 2 beds, 5 miles from Bath Abbey and The Roman Baths. Terrace & garden. Great views.

The Fountain Apartment

Family apartment sleeps 5, 1 mile from centre, 2 beds, free parking and terrace. Jukebox and pinball machine.

The Gainsborough Bath Spa

The Gainsborough Bath Spa Set in the heart of Bath, this is the only UK hotel with access to naturally heated thermal waters within its Spa Village. It caters for families with its babysitting services, kids menus and flat-screen TVs in every room.

The Bath Priory

The Priory Bath A luxury country house hotel set within 4 acres of beautiful grounds. There are large family rooms with elegant decor and indoor and outdoor pools. The hotel has free parking.

The Queensberry Hotel

A contemporary styled hotel set in a quiet, but central location. Spacious rooms with original Georgian plasterwork and ornate fireplaces. Child-sized bathrobes and free baby listening is available for little ones.

Wheelwrights Arms

Wheelwright Arms Rustic country inn with an English pub and a short drive from Bath city centre. Contemporary rooms with flat-screen TVs. Free daily breakfast and free on-site parking. Duplex apartments sleep larger families.

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Dominic has been writing on the web since 2000. He has a BSc (Hons) degree in Biological Sciences from Nottingham University and his research thesis has been published in journals. With a foundation in painstaking research he found his passion for travel and has worked in the sector for 20 years. He has written a book about travel and has extended his expertise to consumer research across the travel and leisure sector.

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