Bath and Stonehenge Tour
For little as £55pp you can enjoy a half-day tour to the famous Stonehenge monument and two nights accommodation in the breathtaking World Heritage City of Bath!
The Stonehenge tour is operated by Lion Tours and it includes entrance ticket, free transport and audio guide with 10 different languages. For more information about the tour please visit the Lion Tours website.Book Now
- £55pp - 2 nights in a 12 bed dorm + Stonehenge tour (until 31 Dec 2017) *
- £59pp - 2 nights in a 6 bed dorm + Stonehenge tour (until 31 Dec 2017) *
- * Subject to availability
Tours depart every day from 9:30am and 2pm (returning back at 5pm) from the bus stop located in Terrace Walk, which is 5 min walking distance from our Hostel in the city center.
Sunday - Thursday stay only. Subject to availability. Excludes Public Holidays. Half day Stonehenge Tour courtesy of Lion Tours.
A picturesque town in the heart of Somerset, there is no other place quite like Bath. Every building in this breathtakingly beautiful city, in the finest of Georgian architecture, has been constructed entirely out of Bath Lime Stone from the nearby hills. Giving the town a timeless quality where centuries old buildings look the same as those most recently built.
Founded by the Romans for the natural hot springs found on site, Bath has always been a luxurious destination for rest and rejuvenation. In addition to the historic Roman Baths, there is now the ultra modern Bath Spa, gothic Bath Abbey, spooky Ghost Walks and the infamous Royal Crescent to keep you entertained. Not to mention the spectacular theatre options that has always attracted visitors to this quaint English city.
The mysterious and mythical Stonehenge has been a wonder throughout the ages. There has always been a great debate surrounding the theories about the erection and use of the great stone structure, which was built somewhere between 3000 BC and 1600 BC. Most commonly believed to be a prehistoric ceremonial structure. A true marvel to behold and contemplate its history, this is a huge part of English heritage.