Best Bath hostels
"Situated in Bath, this hostel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Bath Golf Club, University of Bath, and Roman Baths. Thermae Bath Spa and Bath Abbey are also within 1 mile (2 km). Bath Spa Station is 20 minutes by foot. "
Overall 8.2 Excellent
Based on 673 reviews
Pros: service and breakfast
"Situated in Bath, this guesthouse is within 1 mi (2 km) of Bath Golf Club and University of Bath. Roman Baths and Bath Abbey are also within 2 miles (3 km). "
Overall 8.0 Excellent
Based on 2,604 reviews
Pros: The Room - without any facilities is quiet and safe - and the Bus Link (route 18 + U18) from outside the central bus station is well serviced.
"Located in the heart of Bath, this hostel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Alexandra Park and within 3 miles (5 km) of Roman Baths and Thermae Bath Spa. University of Bath and Bath Abbey are also within 3 miles (5 km). "
Overall 8.0 Excellent
Based on 825 reviews
Pros: The location was great and the only females room was clean same with the showers and toilets.
"Located in Bath City Centre, this hostel is steps away from Parade Gardens, Roman Baths and Bath Abbey. Thermae Bath Spa and Theatre Royal Bath are also within 10 minutes. Bath Spa Station is only a 4-minute walk and Oldfield Park Station is 25 minutes. "
Overall 6.9 Good
Based on 680 reviews
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Top tips for finding the perfect Bath hostel
- Staying in a hostel in Bath comes with a long list of advantages over choosing other accommodation options like hotels and vacation rentals. One of the most significant benefits of booking a hostel in the area is the savings, as Bath hostels are significantly less expensive than area hotels. Other advantages of staying in a hostel include the shared kitchens and self-service laundry facilities that are perfect for the more independent travelers.
- When choosing your hostel in Bath, you’ll have a handful of different neighborhoods to choose from, including the downtown area, the nature-adjacent area of Bathwick, and the area north of downtown Bath near the Jane Austen Centre. While the areas in and around downtown offer the convenience of being near public transportation hubs and shops, hostels near Bathwick offer easier access to large parks and the Bathampton Downs.
- If you’re traveling to Bath on your own and you’re looking to meet up with other travelers, choosing the right hostel is essential. Besides offering affordable accommodations, spacious common rooms, and a shared lounge, St. Christopher’s Inn Bath gives travelers access to an on-site bar and restaurant. Hostel guests have the advantage of discounts at this bar and restaurant, and you’ll have plenty of opportunities to mingle with travelers and locals if you participate in one of its themed nights or live music events.
- If you’re looking for a hostel in Bath to accommodate your group, you have a few options to choose from. One of the best options in the area for groups traveling around Bath is YHA Bath, which is located in the scenic Bathwick Hill neighborhood. This hostel features plenty of flexible accommodation options that can comfortably sleep up to six people. In addition to providing room options to house large groups, this hostel features multiple dining options, as it contains both a shared kitchen and an on-site restaurant.
Where to stay in Bath?
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