Bath Ymca, International House, Broad Street Place, Bath, BA1 5LH
Bath YMCA offers a warm welcome and the best value accommodation. From its central location all the sights of this World Heritage City are easily reached on foot. Bath is also an ideal base for the explorer. Staying longer brings Stonehenge, Wookey Hole caves, Cheddar Gorge, the southern reaches of the Cotswolds, and more exciting destinations all within reach. With a total of 210 beds, Bath YMCA has a great deal of experience in making guests feel comfortable. There is a fully air conditioned lounge area with TV. Laundry, lockers, pool and football table, fax and internet facilities are available. The Health and Wellbeing Centre provides up to date equipment and qualified staff who work hard to provide ‘Fitness with Fun’. Couples, families, groups and backpackers are all welcome. All these facilities and the YMCA’s traditional sense of community will make your stay a truly memorable one. Awarded 3 stars by VisitBritain.This accommodation is featured on our map of Devon, Cornwall and the West Country and here is its own website.
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210: Dorms: 1×10, 3×12, 1×15, 1×18. Rooms: 7 x quad, 6 x triple, 29 x twin, 5 x double, 9 x single
All year. All day.
From: dorm £21pp, single £32pp, twin £28pp, double £30pp, triple £23pp, quad £22pp. Inc breakfast.
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Located approximately ½ mile from rail and bus station. Broad Street is located near the Podium Shopping Centre off Walcot Street
Bath has a train station and is served by National Express.
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City centre location and newly refurbished rooms of all sizes.
Bath YMCA has a city centre location with recently refurbished rooms, ranging from singles, twins, triples, quads and dormitory accommodation. Ideal group accommodation for student groups visiting bath and also for family trips. A light breakfast is included in the accommodation price.
Julien Goldschmidt will be running the Bath Half Marathon in March to raise money for the Brandon Trust
Julien Goldschmidt, a former volunteer at Bath YMCA, is planning to run the Bath Half Marathon in March 2017 to raise money for the Brandon Trust, a charity for children and adults with learning disabilities. Julien has promised to wear his famous moustache suit. If anyone would like to support Julien please donate here. The sight of Julien in his moustache suit is one not to be missed!
So whether you are travelling alone, or in a big group; old, young or with children – we have the bed for you.