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I can think of nothing better than being whisked off to the beautiful city of Bath, Somerset for a romantic holiday in Bath and with Valentines Day on the horizon I have a small glimmer of hope that it may happen. Set at the bottom of the Avon Valley and close to the southern edge of the Cotswold’s, it is an idyllic location steeped in history, culture and beauty. The distinctive 18th Century Georgian architecture making up the city adds a feel of mythical greatness and elegance and people unsurprisingly travel far and wide to walk in the footsteps of Jane Austen, visit Bath Abbey, marvel at the excavated Roman baths and shop in the uber trendy boutiques.

Bath has become one of the most alluring small cities in Europe, blissfully unspoilt, it has come to represent the quintessence of rural England with the rolling uplands of the Cotswold’s framing it and the lively, bustling streets comprising it. The City has been immortalised in countless books, paintings and films and is deservedly popular with tourists but despite this has managed to maintain its authenticity and preserve its history.

There are an assortment of hotels, restaurants and things to do in Bath for all budgets and tastes but for the best deals and quieter periods it is best to book a mid week break in Bath. If I have any chance of being whisked off my feet this Valentines I may have to start dropping some fairly obvious hints, especially as the question I had posed to me the other day was ‘Are we doing Valentines this year?’ you can imagine my response.


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