Bath Backpackers is the most centrally located and friendliest hostel in the Roman city of Bath. The hostel is in a nearly 300 year old building, rich with character and bulging with charm, yet this hostel has all the comforts and equipment of everything the 21st Century has to offer.
Bath Backpacker is the best situated hostel in the whole of Bath. Only a 2 minute walk from both the train and bus station and even closer to the Roman Baths and Abbey. Staying at Bath Bathpackers is the ideal way to get the most out of your visit to the city.
Nothing is too much trouble. We can organise your tours to Stonehenge, and our world renowned, knowledgeable staff will give you advice on the best bars, cafes, clubs and restaurants to take in during your stay in Bath.
Bath is a multi storey building, complete with a basement party dungeon, separate kitchen and TV/common room, with big screen TV & DVD player, ideal for that relaxing movie night or that amping sporting event!
Please take note of the 'standard' hostel conditions:
Bath Backpackers is a backpackers hostel.
Passports or drivers license are the only form of I.D. accepted by us and will be required on check-in.
The minimum age for staying at Bath Backpackers is 18 years old.
Reception opens from 7am until 11:00pm. For check in outside of these hours you must contact the hostel before booking.
Check-in is from1:30pm onwards, however you may arrive any time after 7am to store luggage and use the common facilities.
£5 security deposit is payable on check-in, which you will receive back when you leave provided you did follow the house rules.
Please note that bookings are for 7 days maximum. Extensions of stay would need to be discussed with staff at the hostel after arrival.
Important: the hostel has a 48 hours cancellation policy. If you wish to cancel, you must do it before 12 o'clock noon, two days before the date of your reservation. Any cancellations within this time will be charged for the first night and additional night canceled.
We don't allow group bookings to be made online. Any booking for 5 or more must contact the hostel directly to make the booking **
Any online multibookings for 5 or more will be cancelled.
We look forward to seeing you at bath backpackers
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Hostel Facilities & Policies
- Age Restriction
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Free City Maps
- Free WiFi
- Hair Dryers
- Hair Dryers For Hire
- Hot Showers
- Internet Access
- Jobs Board
- Self-Catering Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Included
- Security Lockers
- Luggage Storage
- Meeting Rooms
- No Curfew
- Non Smoking
- Steam Room
- Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Towels For Hire
- Towels Included
- Vending Machines
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 2 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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To get to the Bath Backpackers from the train or bus station, just walk up Manvers Street towards the city centre. Two blocks up on the left hand side you will come across the sign for the Bath Backpackers. It should take two or three minutes to walk there (depending on how large your backpack is!)
Note that Manvers Street becomes Pierrepont Street for some odd reason!
About 20 brilliant pubs and clubs, such as PoNaNa, Opa, The Second Bridge, the ice bar Celcius, The Huntsman, and The Cork.
A mere 2 minute walk away are The Roman Baths, The Pump Room, Bath Abbey, Abbey Vaults, The Tourist Information Centre, Sally Lunns (the oldest house in Bath!), Parade Gardens, The Art Gallery, Pulteney Bridge, The Guildhall Markets, and The Thermae Bath Spa. Not to mention shopping, shopping, shopping!
Less than ten minutes away on foot are Sydney Gardens, Henrietta Park, Bathwick Hill (for stunning views of the city), the canal, Royal Victoria Park, The Royal Crescent, The Circus, The Costume Museum and Assembly Rooms, The Jane Austen Museum and the house she lived in, Queens Square, and did we mention shopping?
If you want to venture out further, there are even MORE places for you to visit. Just tell us what you're looking to do and we'll point you in the right direction.