If you’re planning a romantic getaway with your partner in the UK, Bath ticks all the boxes. Sincerely, Bath’s romantic appeal is indisputable.
As the largest city in Somerset, Bath is known for the Roman-built baths in the area. Plus, it boasts breath-taking Georgian buildings, including the famous Royal Crescent. Booking a weekend getaway is perfect to explore the city with your partner.
Check out these top 5 reasons we think Bath is a great romantic city.
Here are 5 Reasons Why Bath is known as a Romantic City
#1 Relax in the famous waters of the Thermae Spa
Indeed, Bath’s got all you might need to spoil your partner. Booking the thermae spa is definitely one of the best ways to enjoy the naturally warm waters of the only hot spring in the UK.
Dated back to the 80s, the waters were attributed to having ”healing powers” when one bath in the waters. And it contributed to why Bath has immersingly developed into a top romantic city. So, be sure to soak, relax, and share memories at the Thermae Spa with your partner. Go for couples massage treatments and beauty packages too – could be fun together.
What’s fun about the waters is the fact that it bubbles up from the underground source every day. That’s quite astonishing and beautiful to behold! Don’t forget to visit the New Royal Bath.
#2 Pulteney Bridge
Speaking of Georgian architecture in Bath, Pulteney Bridge is a perfect example. Located on Bridge Street, the bridge is completely lined with shops selling all you can think of.
A gentle walk along the bridge explains an ideal picture of a romantic evening to enjoy in the city. Take stunning photos and create your history.
#3 Enjoy a traditional cream tea in a beautiful environment
Although cream tea is available at every corner in England, Bath makes it even more romantic and creative. Think London when thinking of cream teas in this city – no jokes.
Our top recommendation will be the Pump Room at the Roman Baths. Swipe your card and enjoy every bit of the meals, including sandwiches and cakes. You may even book a surprise birthday cake in advance.
#4 Go back to nature
Appreciate nature? Explore the amazing botanical gardens in Royal Victoria Park which covers about 9 acres. It’s home to the finest collections of plants, trees, and shrubs you can find around.
Another interesting thing you can try is taking a scented walk through the garden holding hands with your partner. Beautiful paths and scenery may be a good idea for a picnic. Spend quiet, quality time together!
#5 Dinner at The Ivy Bath Brasserie
Head over to one of the city’s most famous restaurants for a nice treat – The Ivy Bath Brasserie. Located in the heart of the city, the restaurant’s menus are designed to offer a varied blend of modern British food and intercontinental dishes.
Must-try dishes include the Crab and Apple salad, Ivy Shepherd’s Pie, and Wookey Hole Cheddar potato mash.
Romantic Places to Stay in Bath
If you’re planning a romantic weekend with your partner, book into luxury serviced accommodation at Bath.
This famous, The Exquisite Jewel of Central Bath – Sleeps is a fantastic choice. Beautiful environment, tastefully designed interior décor, and all premium facilities at friendly rates.