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The YHA Bath is located in a stunning building with large gardens. The location is ideal for stag groups as it's only a 10 minute walk into Bath city centre. This hostel offers affordable dorm rooms, booked privately for your group, with ensuite bathrooms. The majority of rooms contain bunk beds.
Bath’s Travelodge central is just minutes walk from Baths historic city centre as well as Bath train station. Keeping in theme with Baths famous architecture, the hotel is set in a striking Georgian building.
Bath is unique in that the entire city is a UNESCO World Heritage site thanks to its beautiful and well-preserved Georgian architecture. A stag weekend here therefore lends a touch of class, and at certain points can feel a bit like you’ve gone back in time. These days, there are - sadly - no horse and carts for hire though!
Our stag do accommodation in Bath, like pretty much every other building in the city centre, looks spectacular from the outside no matter what budget you have. All of the Bath hotels in our portfolio are central, and thanks to the city’s small proportions you can walk virtually anywhere from your accommodation.
As Bath generally is not a cheap location, you may decide to opt for a budget choice like the centrally located YHA hostel, with its huge communal garden and comfy beds, to leave a bit more money in your pockets for the beer kitty. In all of the hotels that we work with, rooms are en-suite, and the plump pillows will make those late nights a little easier on sore heads. And if you're looking for a more luxurious experience, then we can certainly cater for that too. The beautiful Bailbrook House Hotel, constructed back in 1790, exudes historical glamour and will be sure to make your group of stags feel like Kings.
Getting around Bath on your stag group is a breeze with the city's convenient public transport options. Whether you're hopping on a bus, catching a train, or using the Park & Ride service, you'll find that Bath has a well-established public transport network to cater to your needs.
The main train station is Bath Spa, and if you and the rest of the stags are planning on arriving and departing by train, then the good news is that this station is situated in the heart of the city - perfect for grabbing a pint before check in time!
Generally, buses are the go-to mode of public transport in Bath, taking you anywhere you want to go within the city and its surroundings. They're incredibly handy for stag groups looking to explore and enjoy all that Bath has to offer. Another mode of transport in Bath are Voi E-Scooters, which are available for hire in designated parking areas around the city centre.
Finally, if you’d rather opt for a taxi to whisk you and the boys off to your stag activities or back to your accommodation after a big night out, then there’s plenty of ranks available, including Bath Spa Station, Henry Street and Queens Square. It’s worth noting that night taxis (From 9:45 pm - 6:00 am) can only be found at the following ranks: George Street, Southgate Street and Walcott Street.
Driving to Bath for the stag do? Then you’ll want to know all about the parking situation in the city. There’s plenty of short stay car parks around central Bath, including Avon Street (short and long stay), Manvers Street (Short and long stay) and Kingsmede Square (Short Stay). There are, of course, loads of other car parks dotted around the city - we’d recommend checking out Visit Bath for further information on parking.
Alternatively, if there’s a designated driver amongst your stag group during the day, then you'll be pleased to know that there are Park & Ride services available. Park & Ride is a brilliant travel option, which will allow you to park outside the city centre and conveniently hop on a bus, which will take you into the heart of Bath. This eliminates all the stress and hassle of having to find a parking space in the busy, city centre.
Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Points
If you’re using an electric vehicle over the weekend, it’ll be worthwhile making a note of the city’s EV charging points.
Kingsmead Square Car Park, Bath: 4 x fast (22kW) bays
Charlotte Street Car Park, Bath: 2 x fast (22kW), 6 x rapid (50kW),
Larkhall Car Park, Bath: 2 x fast (22kW) bays
Claverton Road Car Park, Widcombe, Bath: 2 x fast (22kw) bays
Railway Place, Bath (adjacent to Bath railway station): 2 x rapid (50kW)
South Road Car Park, MSN: 4 x fast (22kW) bays
Church Street Car Park, Radstock: 4 x rapid (50kW) bays
Keynsham Civic Centre: 4 x rapid (50kW) and 2 x fast (22kW) bays
When it comes to stag do accommodation in Bath, there are a few options to consider, depending on your budget and preferences. If money’s a bit tighter and you're looking for something more affordable and social, then why not consider a hostel? Our YHA hostel in Bath is a great choice, which offers dormitory-style rooms where you can bunk up with your stag crew. There’s also social areas where you’ll be able to relax and meet other travellers. Location wise, it’s also close to the city centre and is just a short cab ride away.
On the other hand, if you prefer a bit more privacy and comfort, then look no further than Travelodge; a reputable chain that boasts a couple of hotels in Bath. Here, you’ll have clean and comfortable rooms at reasonable prices. We also have plenty of other stag friendly accommodation in Bath, so do get in touch to discuss your requirements. Whether you fancy the hostel vibe or want a hotel experience, Bath has got you covered!
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