‘Bath – no 1 place to live for families:

If the World Heritage Site' perfect Georgian crescents don’t do it for you, there is the 200 year old Theatre Royal and the Recreation Ground for watching Bath Rugby, as well as fantastic primary and secondary schools.’
THE TIMES 2015

GREEN SPACES

Surrounded by seven green hills, said to have been the attraction for the Romans 2,000 years ago, Bath nestles in its landscape, providing a compact and connected walkable city. 
Green spaces are plentiful in the city, with the river and canal paths offering  a   peaceful alternative to the exciting streets. 

Bath also has an impressive number of parks, notably Victoria Park,  Henrietta Park and Alexandra Park – the latter with magnificent panoramic views of the city.

ENTERTAINMENT

A packed calendar of events takes with major festivals dedicated to film, comedy, music and literature as well as to the 'first lady' of Bath, Jane Austen. But that’s not all. There is also the world-famous Bath Christmas Market and Bath's very own food festival - The Great Bath Feast. Brimming with history, the Theatre Royal Bath is one of the oldest and most beautiful theatres in Britain.