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Bath’s Travelodge central is set in an impressive Georgian building that sets the tone for a classy stag do in this cool city. You’re in a prime spot just a mile from Bath bus station and Bath Spa train station. Expect modern rooms, Dreamer beds and Freeview TV. This is a hotel for party hunters, surrounded by trendy pubs and clubs so you won’t have to walk far for a brilliant night out.
It would be a crime to visit Bath and not take a dip in the ancient Roman spa baths. These guys really knew how to cut loose, so take a leaf out of their book and let the warm healing waters steam away your fuzzy heads and prep you for the second big night out. There’s no dining room in the hotel, but you are a two-minute walk from the Pig & Fiddle, a wicked old pub with beer, live sports and amazing home cooked food.
If you’ve ever wondered what it feels like to be a lord, now’s your chance. Splash out on a weekend at Bailbrook House and experience British luxury at its most relaxed and inviting. Built in 1790, this Grade II-listed hotel has been expertly restored and refurbished to its former glory, once a posh family residence. This is a brilliant choice for the foodies, with two restaurants serving local meat and beers for an additional cost. The Conservatory Bar is open until 1am, so feel free to buy a pint, hang out at the hotel on your first night, catch up with the lads and plan the weekend ahead.
No expense has been spared in the furnishings of the bedrooms, so expect massive luxury mattresses, rain showers, and 24-hour room service. Bailbrook is a brilliant base to explore the countryside and rustic local pubs, or head into Bath for a massive party vibe. The city is only a ten minute drive away with a regular bus taking 25 minutes. There’s loads to do in the daytime and a vibrant clubbing scene, so your big night out is sorted.