Thermae Bath Spa. All of the baths are fed by the naturally warm, mineral-rich waters from the springs which have made the city famous. The temperature of the water in all the baths is approximately 33.5 degrees centigrade and all the baths are 1.35 metres deep. Britain's original and only natural thermal spa.
Clawfoot tub, floral wallpaper and antique chandeliers in a blue and white bathroom at Babington House hotel in Somerset, England | Best hotels for family holidays in Britain | UK breaks (Condé Nast Traveller)
Somerset: The Pulteney Bridge, Bath, Somerset UK (Bath is very beautiful but can get *mental* with tourists in the height of the summer when hotels, parking etc. can become a bit of a scrum for availability)
4 Sydney Place, Bath, Somerset, UK was the house that Jane Austen and her parents first moved to when they left the rectory at Steventon to move to Bath in 1801. Recently the first floor of this 18th century Georgian house has been refurbished as a luxury apartment and is available to rent on a self catering basis. Wonderful for all Jane Austen fans, more info here