36 hours in...Bath
The Bath Priory is one of 36 hours in...Bath.

1. The Bath Priory

8.3
Weston Rd, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset
Hotel · Weston · 11 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Special treat: The Bath Priory (01225 331922) has combines a country house hotel feel with the attractions of a city. Pretty and elegant rooms from £210. Read a full review http://bit.ly/Sseq9s.

The Halcyon Hotel is one of 36 hours in...Bath.

2. The Halcyon Hotel

6.5
2/3 South Parade, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset
Hotel · 4 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Mid-range: The Halcyon (01225 444100; thehalcyon.com) is a central hotel in a Georgian townhouse, close to the railway station and the Roman Baths. From £125. Read a full review http://bit.ly/V59FEY.

3. Badminton Villa

10 Upper Oldfield Park, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset
Hotel · 2 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: On a budget: On an upmarket residential street about 15 minutes’ walk downhill to the centre, Badminton Villa (01225 426347) is a smart, homely B&B. From £75. Read a full review http://bit.ly/Tsr88g.

Sub13 is one of 36 hours in...Bath.

4. Sub13

7.4
4 Edgar Buildings (George St.), Bath
Cocktail Bar · 13 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: If up for a nightcap, Bath’s best cocktail bar, Sub 13 (01225 466667; sub13.net), is just three minutes’ stroll away, in stylish, vaulted underground premises.

The Roman Baths is one of 36 hours in...Bath.

5. The Roman Baths

9.0
Stall St, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset
Historic Site · 130 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: On weekends, the best time to visit the Roman Baths (adults £12.25, 65 and over £10.75, children 6-16 £8) is soon after they open — later on, there can be queues to get in.

6. Colonna & Small's

9.5
6 Chapel Row, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset
Coffee Shop · 109 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Enjoy a coffee at Colonna & Small’s (07766 808067; colonnaand smalls.co.uk). Its award-winning baristas prepare speciality brews with meticulous precision.

The Bertinet Bakery & Café is one of 36 hours in...Bath.

7. The Bertinet Bakery & Café

6 New Bond Street Pl (Upper Borough Walls), Bath, Bath and North East Somerset
Bakery · 6 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Have lunch at The Bertinet Bakery (01225 445531; thebertinetkitchen.com). Affiliated to a cookery school, it offers outstanding quiches, pasties and custard tarts well worth the wait for a table.

Bath Assembly Rooms is one of 36 hours in...Bath.

8. Bath Assembly Rooms

7.9
Bennett St, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset
History Museum · 7 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Tour Bath’s set-piece Georgian landmarks. Start at the Assembly Rooms (adults £2), the marvellously restored prime meeting places for Bath society in Jane Austen’s time.

The Royal Crescent is one of 36 hours in...Bath.

9. The Royal Crescent

9.0
Royal Cres, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset
Historic Site · 25 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: The Royal Crescent is the most impressive of Bath’s seven Georgian crescents. The Royal Crescent Hotel (royalcrescent.co.uk) does an impressive, if pricey, afternoon tea (£25). Book ahead.

The Star Inn is one of 36 hours in...Bath.

10. The Star Inn

Pub · 2 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Get the evening under way at The Star Inn (23 The Vineyards; star-inn-bath.co.uk), a resolutely traditional, civilised pub with a “death row” bench for its elderly regulars.

Thermae Bath Spa is one of 36 hours in...Bath.

11. Thermae Bath Spa

8.1
6-8 Hot Bath St, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset
Spa · 66 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: A two-hour session in the thermal waters of the open-air rooftop pool and indoor Minerva Bath of Thermae Bath Spa (01225 331234; thermaebathspa.com) is very enjoyable.

Prior Park Landscape Garden is one of 36 hours in...Bath.

12. Prior Park Landscape Garden

8.2
Ralph Allen Drive, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset
Park · 6 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Walk around Prior Park Landscape Garden, a woodland-bordered valley that sits above a rare example of a Palladian bridge. Nearby parking is tricky: a taxi from the city centre costs around £8.