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Few cities sum up Georgian splendour like exquisite Bath. Narrow streets, honey-coloured limestone townhouses and attractions like the Roman Baths make it a popular spot for weekend breakers. Just because it's elegant, doesn't mean you can't do Bath on a budget, though. There are a sprinkling of cheap beds up along Upper Bristol Road and Monmouth Place, near the Royal Victoria Park. Alternatively, you could nab one of the properties that are clustered around The Holburne Museum. You can even find a few value gems which have guestrooms overlooking the River Avon.

Cheap hotels in Bath

There are some superb hotels in Bath that won't break the bank. A good choice is Eight, a boutique property with guestrooms decked out in antique furnishings and artwork. Then there's the Parade Park Bath, a 2-star property housed in a Georgian townhouse. Simple, clean guestrooms, daily housekeeping and complimentary WiFi are thrown into the cheap rates. Plus, you'll be just a stone's throw from the city centre and all of Bath's attractions. Alternatively, you could nab a cheap bed at Anabelle's Guest House, which provides a free continental breakfast every morning.

Where to find cheap food in Bath

If it's cheap eats you're after, all you need to do is follow the crowd to Bath Farmers' Market, where you'll find homemade treats and local produce without the sky-high prices. Alternatively, you could amble down to Southgate shopping mall, where you can bag a bargain on juicy burgers, wood-fired pizzas and barista coffee at the chain classics. If the weather takes a turn for the worse, you could always dive into one of the historic pubs around Queen Square, where the menus are dominated by British classics like Sunday roasts and English fry-ups.

Cheap things to do in Bath

You could spend a whole fun-filled weekend in Bath without spending a penny on things to do. First timers shouldn't miss walking around the iconic Royal Crescent and Georgian splendour of The Circus. An ongoing debate continues over which is better. Bringing kids? Try Victoria Park, where the young ones can monkey around on the playground while parents can admire the pond and botanical gardens. Alternatively, you could go hiking or cycling along the Kennet and Avon Canal, ogle at the Abbey, or visit one of the 2 free museums – The Holburne Museum and Victoria Art Gallery.h3>Cheap ways to get around BathBath, particularly the city centre, is compact, making it best explored on foot. An amble around the narrow lanes and elegant streets makes for the best way to discover the city's hidden gems. If you want to get further afield, you could hire a bicycle and see everything from the back of 2 wheels. It's a cycle friendly city with a ton of bike lanes. Plus, you could scoot through the parks using pedal power. You don't need a big budget to use the city's network of buses, either, which can transport you out to its leafy environs.

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