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Thermal Waters - Old & New

The Old

The Roman Baths is one of the finest historic sites in Northern Europe. Situated at the heart of the City, next to the Cathedral and the famous Pump Rooms, the Roman Baths are one of the greatest religious spas of the ancient world. Thermal springs still naturally rise here and pour flowing natural hot water into these ancient baths.

You can lose yourself for an afternoon in this magnificent setting – walk on original roman pavements and explore the ruins of the Temple of Sulis Minerva. It is one of the UK’s top visitor attractions, and unmissable on your visit to Bath.

...and the New

Also unmissable, and a real romantic treat, is the Thermae Bath Spa. An impressive modernistic complex housing two magnificent baths fed by natural thermal waters. Open during the day and into the evening, the New Royal Bath sits at rooftop level, giving spectacular views over the city and surrounding hills; wonderful by day, and magical by night. A second larger pool the Minerva bath, named after the Roman Goddess of Health & Wisdom has flowing curves, massage jets and lazy river.  

Bookings are essential for the Romantic spa packages which include the use of the two pools, towels robes and slippers, and light dining at the on-site Springs restaurant. Memorable!

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