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Directions from Bath Spa Railway Station (a 10 minute walk)

• Walk west towards Brunel Square
• Slight left onto Brunel Square
• Turn left to stay on Brunel Square
• Turn right onto Halfpenny Bridge
• Turn left onto Claverton St/Rossiter Rd/A36
• 0.4 mile along Putney Road

Bath Spa station was built in 1840 for the Great Western Railway by Brunel and is now a Grade II* listed building. It is in an asymmetrical Tudor style with curving gables on the north bank of the Avon where the line curves across from the southern bank to the station and then back again.
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From Bath Bus station (an 11 minute walk)

• Walk east on Dorchester St/A3039 towards Newark St
• Turn right into Brunel Square
• Then as below onto Halfpenny Bridge
From M4 Junction 18 (a 21 minute drive, 9.7 miles)

• Head south-west on A46 (7.6 miles)
• Use the left lane to take the A4 slip road to
   Bath/Warminster/A36 (0.2 miles)
• At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto London Rd
   W/A4 (1.1 miles)
• Turn left onto Cleveland Place (295 ft)
• Continue onto Bathwick Street (0.3 miles)
• Bathwick Street turns right and becomes Sydney Place/A36
• Go through roundabout onto Pultney Road (0.5 miles)
Public Car Parks

24 Hour Car Parks:
• Southgate Street Car Park, Bath BA1 1TP
• Manvers Street, 5A Manvers Street Bath BA1 1JQ
• Avon Street, 34 Corn Street, Bath BA1 1UF
Kennet and Avon Canal

The canal was built as a commercial transport route between 1794 and 1810 to provide safe and efficient travel between London and Bath, and via the River Avon, to Bristol. It had its heyday between 1810 and 1840, carrying stone from Bath and bringing coal and domestic goods into the city.
tariffs & bookings
Postcode: BA2 4HN

11 Summerlays Place, Pulteney Road, Bath BA2 4HN
Leave the car behind - we're just a few minutes walk from the bus and main train stations!