Spring Has Sprung!
May 5, 2014
As the year marches forward and Spring starts to look like it has finally sprung; as the weather gets better and the traffic gets worse, throw caution to the winds, hop on a train and come to Bath – you’ll be surprised at how little it can cost…
The lovely folks at First Great Western offer their passengers some very tempting 2 for 1 Offers on a selection of Bath attractions, including the American Museum, Prior Park Landscape Garden and even Sally Lunn’s!
Get your fill of history by visiting some Seriously George-dropping Museums with great offers designed to highlight Bath’s rich cultural inheritance as the epicentre of the Georgian social scene.
As we are a member of the Bath Independent Guest House Association, our guests have access to Big Ben (short for BIGHA Benefits), a great discount scheme that could potentially save you pots of money on a wide range of tourist sites, cafes, restaurants, spas and tours. All you need to do is present your Big Ben card at participating businesses, and the city is your impressively-discounted oyster! Here are a few of my favourite offers:
Thermae Bath Spa – for regular readers, it will come as no surprise that this is top of my list of Big Ben offers (I do love a bit of spa time – but then, who doesn’t?). Show your Big Ben card when you pay for a standard spa session and you’ll get three hours for the price of two! Blissful…
Bath Aqua Glass – with 2 for 1 admission at their Theatre of Glass on Walcott Street, plus 10% off in their Abbey Courtyard shop, this is an easy way to indulge your tasteful and artistic side and take home a striking souvenir of your visit to Bath.
The Roman Baths – the reason Bath came to be and has endured for so long; transport yourself to an age long past for a little less with 10% off all tickets.
Bizarre Bath Comedy Walk – never let it be said that Bath is a city that takes itself too seriously! Get a different perspective on our beautiful city and have a jolly good giggle along the way. But getting £1 off your ticket with the Big Ben card is no joke!
Wookey Hole – 25% off admission is a great reason to venture out of Bath and visit the 50,000 year old natural caves. Spooky…
Avon Valley Railway – a great way to see more of Somerset, not to mention a glimpse into our industrial history. Kids go free with the Big Ben card, and I’ve yet to meet a small boy (or girl, for that matter) who doesn’t love steam trains!
With all these savings on great things to see and do, there’s never been a better time to visit Bath and stay at with us at Three Abbey Green.